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  • Greeks from Uzal* came to trade for your merchandise. Wrought iron, cassia, and calamus were bartered for your wares.8 - Ezekiel 27:19

  • The shaggy male goat represents the king of Greece,* and the large horn between its eyes represents the first king of the Greek Empire.5 - Daniel 8:21

  • The four prominent horns that replaced the one large horn show that the Greek Empire will break into four sections with four kings, none of them as great as the first. - Daniel 8:22

  • You have sold the people of Judah and Jerusalem to the Greeks,* who took them far from their homeland.2 - Joel 3:6

  • Judah is my bow, and Israel is my arrow! Jerusalem* is my sword, and like a warrior, I will brandish it against the Greeks.*6 - Zechariah 9:13

  • Some Greeks who had come to Jerusalem to attend the Passover - John 12:20

  • The place where Jesus was crucified was near the city; and the sign was written in Hebrew, Latin, and Greek, so that many people could read it. - John 19:20

  • But as the believers* rapidly multiplied, there were rumblings of discontent. Those who spoke Greek complained against those who spoke Hebrew, saying that their widows were being discriminated against in the daily distribution of food.1 - Acts 6:1

  • He debated with some Greek-speaking Jews, but they plotted to murder him. - Acts 9:29

  • There was a believer in Joppa named Tabitha (which in Greek is Dorcas*). She was always doing kind things for others and helping the poor.1 - Acts 9:36

  • But Elymas, the sorcerer (as his name means in Greek), interfered and urged the governor to pay no attention to what Saul and Barnabas said. He was trying to turn the governor away from the Christian faith. - Acts 13:8

  • They decided that Barnabas was the Greek god Zeus and that Paul, because he was the chief speaker, was Hermes. - Acts 14:12

  • Paul and Silas went first to Derbe and then on to Lystra. There they met Timothy, a young disciple whose mother was a Jewish believer, but whose father was a Greek. - Acts 16:1

  • so Paul wanted him to join them on their journey. In deference to the Jews of the area, he arranged for Timothy to be circumcised before they left, for everyone knew that his father was a Greek. - Acts 16:3

  • Some who listened were persuaded and became converts, including a large number of godly Greek men and also many important women of the city.*1 - Acts 17:4
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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