ROMANS: Old Testament quotes in the New Testament

Sha’ul’s letter to the Romans has more references to the Tanakh (Old Testament) than any of his other epistles (letters) – over 60 references!  There is an implication by many scholars, past and present, that if you could only have one book of the Brit Chadashah (New Testament) in your possession, the book of Romans would be that book.

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Without further discussion, let’s review:

Romans 1:17 (CJB) 17 For in it is revealed how God makes people righteous in his sight; and from beginning to end it is through trust — as the Tanakh puts it, “But the person who is righteous will live his life by trust.” Habakkuk 2:4 (CJB) 4 “Look at the proud: he is inwardly not upright; but the righteous will attain life through trusting faithfulness.
Romans 2:6 (CJB) 6 for he will pay back each one according to his deeds. Psalm 62:12 (CJB) 12 Also to you, Adonai, belongs grace; for you reward all as their deeds deserve.

Proverbs 24:12 (CJB) 12 If you say, “We knew nothing about it,” won’t he who weighs hearts discern it? Yes, he who guards you will know it and repay each one as his deeds deserve.

Romans 2:15 (CJB) 15 For their lives show that the conduct the Torah dictates is written in their hearts. Their consciences also bear witness to this, for their conflicting thoughts sometimes accuse them and sometimes defend them Jeremiah 31:33 (CJB) 33 “For this is the covenant I will make with the house of Isra’el after those days,” says Adonai: “I will put my Torah within them and write it on their hearts; I will be their God, and they will be my people.
Romans 2:21 (CJB) 21 then, you who teach others, don’t you teach yourself? Preaching, “Thou shalt not steal,” do you steal? Exodus 20:15 (CJB) 15 ח‎ (15) “Do not steal.

Deuteronomy 5:19 (CJB) 19 ח‎ (19) “‘Do not steal.

Romans 2:22 (CJB) 22 Saying, “Thou shalt not commit adultery,” do you commit adultery? Detesting idols, do you commit idolatrous acts? Exodus 20:14 (CJB) 14 ז‎ (14) “Do not commit adultery.

Deuteronomy 5:18 (CJB) 18 ז‎ (18) “‘Do not commit adultery.

Romans 2:24 (CJB) 24 as it says in the Tanakh,

 

For it is because of you that God’s name is blasphemed by the Goyim.”

Isaiah 52:5 (CJB) 5 So now, what should I do here,” asks Adonai, “since my people were carried off for nothing? Their oppressors are howling,” says Adonai,

“and my name is always being insulted, daily.

 

Ezekiel 36:20 (CJB) 20 When they came to the nations they were going to, they profaned my holy name; so that people said of them, ‘These are Adonai’s people, who have been exiled from his land.’

Romans 3:4 (CJB) 4 Heaven forbid! God would be true even if everyone were a liar! — as the Tanakh says,

“so that you, God, may be proved right in your words and win the verdict when you are put on trial.”

Psalm 51:4 (CJB) 4 Against you, you only, have I sinned

and done what is evil from your perspective;

so that you are right in accusing me

and justified in passing sentence.

Romans 3:10-12 (CJB) 10 As the Tanakh puts it,

 

There is no one righteous, not even one!

No one understands, 11 no one seeks God, 12 all have turned away

and at the same time become useless;

there is no one who shows kindness,

not a single one!

Psalm 14:1-3 (CJB) 1 Fools say in their hearts,

“There is no God.”

They deal corruptly, their deeds are vile,

not one does what is right. 2 From heaven Adonai observes humankind

to see if anyone has understanding,

if anyone seeks God. 3 But all turn aside, all alike are corrupt;

no one does what is right,

not a single one.

 

Psalm 53:1-3 (CJB) 1 A brutish fool tells himself,

“There isn’t any God.”

Such people are depraved, all their deeds are vile, not one of them does what is good. 2 God looks out from heaven

upon the human race

to see if even one is wise,

if even one seeks God. 3 Every one of them is unclean,

altogether corrupt;

not one of them does what is good,

not a single one.

Romans 3:13 (CJB) 13 “Their throats are open graves,

they use their tongues to deceive.

 

Vipers’ venom is under their lips.

Psalm 5:9 (CJB) 9 For in their mouths there is nothing sincere, within them are calamities,

their throats are open tombs,

they flatter with their tongues.

 

Psalm 140:3 (CJB) 3 They have made their tongues as sharp as a snake’s;

viper’s venom is under their lips.

(Selah)

Romans 3:14 (CJB) 14 Their mouths are full of curses and bitterness. Psalm 10:7 (CJB) 7 His mouth is full of curses, deceit, oppression; under his tongue, mischief and injustice.
Romans 3:15-17 (CJB) 15 “Their feet rush to shed blood, 16 in their ways are ruin and misery, 17 and the way of shalom they do not know. Isaiah 59:7-8 (CJB) 7 Their feet run to evil,

they rush to shed innocent blood,

their thoughts are thoughts of wickedness,

their paths lead to havoc and ruin. 8 The way of shalom they do not know,

their goings-about obey no law,

they make devious paths for themselves;

no one treading them will ever know shalom.

 

Proverbs 1:16 (CJB) 16 their feet run to evil, they rush to shed blood.

Romans 3:18 (CJB) 18“There is no fear of God before their eyes.” Psalm 36:1 (CJB) 1 Crime speaks to the wicked.

I perceive this in my heart;

before his eyes there is no fear of God.

Romans 3:20 (CJB) 20For in his sight no one alive will be considered righteous on the ground of legalistic observance of Torah commands, because what Torah really does is show people how sinful they are. Psalm 143:2 (CJB) 2 Don’t bring your servant to trial,

since in your sight no one alive

would be considered righteous.

Romans 3:30 (CJB) 30 because, as you will admit, God is one. Therefore, he will consider righteous the circumcised on the ground of trusting and the uncircumcised through that same trusting. Deuteronomy 6:4 (CJB) 4 (A:vi, S: v) “Sh’ma, Yisra’el! Adonai Eloheinu, Adonai echad [Hear, Isra’el! Adonai our God, Adonai is one];
Romans 4:3 (CJB) 3 For what does the Tanakh say?

 

Avraham put his trust in God, and it was credited to his account as righteousness.”

Genesis 15:6 (CJB) 6 He believed in Adonai, and he credited it to him as righteousness.

 

Romans 4:7-8 (CJB) 7 “Blessed are those whose transgressions are forgiven,

whose sins are covered over; 8 Blessed is the man whose sin Adonai

will not reckon against his account.”

Psalm 32:1-2 (CJB) 1 How blessed are those whose offense is forgiven,

those whose sin is covered! 2 How blessed those to whom Adonai imputes no guilt,

in whose spirit is no deceit!

Romans 4:9 (CJB) 9 Now is this blessing for the circumcised only? Or is it also for the uncircumcised? For we say that Avraham’s trust was credited to his account as righteousness; Genesis 15:6 (CJB) 6 He believed in Adonai, and he credited it to him as righteousness.
Romans 4:13 (CJB) 13 For the promise to Avraham and his seed that he would inherit the world did not come through legalism but through the righteousness that trust produces.

 

Romans 4:16 (CJB) 16 The reason the promise is based on trusting is so that it may come as God’s free gift, a promise that can be relied on by all the seed, not only those who live within the framework of the Torah, but also those with the kind of trust Avraham had — Avraham avinu for all of us.

Genesis 15:3 (CJB) 3 You haven’t given me a child,” Avram continued, “so someone born in my house will be my heir.”

Genesis 15:5 (CJB) 5 Then he brought him outside and said, “Look up at the sky, and count the stars — if you can count them! Your descendants will be that many!”

Romans 4:17 (CJB) 17 This accords with the Tanakh, where it says, “I have appointed you to be a father to many nations.” Avraham is our father in God’s sight because he trusted God as the one who gives life to the dead and calls nonexistent things into existence. Genesis 17:5 (CJB) 5 Your name will no longer be Avram [exalted father], but your name will be Avraham [father of many], because I have made you the father of many nations.
Romans 4:18 (CJB) 18 For he was past hope, yet in hope he trusted that he would indeed become a father to many nations, in keeping with what he had been told, “So many will your seed be.” Genesis 15:5 (CJB) 5 Then he brought him outside and said, “Look up at the sky, and count the stars — if you can count them! Your descendants will be that many!”
Romans 4:22-23 (CJB) 22 This is why it was credited to his account as righteousness. 23 But the words, “it was credited to his account…,” were not written for him only. Genesis 15:6 (CJB) 6 He believed in Adonai, and he credited it to him as righteousness.

 

Romans 7:7 (CJB) 7 Therefore, what are we to say? That the Torah is sinful? Heaven forbid! Rather, the function of the Torah was that without it, I would not have known what sin is. For example, I would not have become conscious of what greed is if the Torah had not said, “Thou shalt not covet.” Exodus 20:17 (CJB) 17 י‎ 14(17) “Do not covet your neighbor’s house; do not covet your neighbor’s wife, his male or female slave, his ox, his donkey or anything that belongs to your neighbor.”

Deuteronomy 5:21 (CJB) 21 י‎ 18(21) “‘Do not covet your neighbor’s wife; do not covet your neighbor’s house, his field, his male or female slave, his ox, his donkey or anything that belongs to your neighbor.’

Romans 8:36 (CJB) 36 As the Tanakh puts it,

 

For your sake we are being put to death all day long, we are considered sheep to be slaughtered.”

Psalm 44:22 (CJB) 22 For your sake we are put to death all day long, we are considered sheep to be slaughtered.
Romans 9:7 (CJB) 7 indeed, not all the descendants are seed of Avraham;

 

rather, “What is to be called your ‘seed’ will be in Yitz’chak.”

2 Chronicles 20:7 (CJB) 7 You, our God, drove out those living in the land ahead of your people Isra’el and gave it forever to the descendants of Avraham your friend.

Psalm 105:6 (CJB) 6 You descendants of Avraham his servant,

you offspring of Ya‘akov, his chosen ones,

 

Genesis 21:12 (CJB) 12 But God said to Avraham, “Don’t be distressed because of the boy and your slave-girl. Listen to everything Sarah says to you, because it is your descendants through Yitz’chak who will be counted.

Romans 9:9 (CJB) 9 For this is what the promise said:

 

At the time set, I will come; and Sarah will have a son.”

Genesis 18:14 (CJB) 14 Is anything too hard for Adonai? At the time set for it, at this season next year, I will return to you; and Sarah will have a son.”
Romans 9:12 (CJB) 12 it was said to her,

 

The older will serve the younger.”

Genesis 25:23 (CJB) 23 who answered her, “There are two nations in your womb. From birth they will be two rival peoples. One of these peoples will be stronger than the other, and the older will serve the younger.”
Romans 9:13 (CJB) 13 This accords with where it is written,

 

Ya‘akov I loved, but Esav I hated.”

Malachi 1:2-3 (CJB) 2 “I love you,” says Adonai.

But you ask, “How do you show us your love?” Adonai answers, “‘Esav was Ya‘akov’s brother. Yet I loved Ya‘akov 3 but hated ‘Esav.

I made his mountains desolate

and gave his territory to desert jackals.”

Romans 9:15 (CJB) 15 For to Moshe he says,

 

I will have mercy on whom I have mercy, and I will pity whom I pity.”

Exodus 33:19 (CJB) 19 He replied, “I will cause all my goodness to pass before you, and in your presence I will pronounce the name of Adonai. Moreover, I show favor to whomever I will, and I display mercy to whomever I will.
Romans 9:17 (CJB) 17 For the Tanakh says to Pharaoh,

 

It is for this very reason that I raised you up, so that in connection with you I might demonstrate my power, so that my name might be known throughout the world.”

Exodus 9:16 (CJB) 16 But it is for this very reason that I have kept you alive — to show you my power, and so that my name may resound throughout the whole earth.
Romans 9:20 (CJB) 20 Who are you, a mere human being, to talk back to God?

 

Will what is formed say to him who formed it, “Why did you make me this way?”

Isaiah 29:16 (CJB) 16 How you turn things upside down!—

Is the potter not better than the clay,

Does something made say of its maker,

“He didn’t make me”?

Does the product say of its producer,

“He has no discernment”?

 

Isaiah 45:9 (CJB) 9 Woe to anyone who argues with his maker,

like potsherds lying on the ground!

Does the clay ask the potter,

“What are you doing?”

or,

“What’s this you’re making, that has no hands?”

Romans 9:25-26 (CJB) 25 As indeed he says in Hoshea,

 

Those who were not my people I will call my people;

her who was not loved I will call loved; 26 and in the very place where they were told, ‘You are not my people,’

there they will be called sons of the living God!”

Hosea 2:23 (CJB) 23 I will sow her for me in the land. I will have pity on Lo-Ruchamah [Unpitied]; I will say to Lo-‘Ammi [Not-My-People], ‘You are my people’; and they will say, ‘You are my God.’”

Hosea 1:10 (CJB) 10 “Nevertheless, the people of Isra’el will number as many as the grains of sand by the sea, which cannot be measured or counted; so that the time will come when, instead of being told, ‘You are not my people,’ it will be said to them, ‘You are the children of the living God.’

Romans 9:27-28 (CJB) 27 But Yesha‘yahu, referring to Isra’el, cries out,

 

Even if the number of people in Isra’el is as large as the number of grains of sand by the sea,

only a remnant will be saved. 28 For Adonai will fulfill his word on the earth with certainty and without delay.”

Isaiah 10:22-23 (CJB) 22 For, although your people, Isra’el,

are like the sand of the sea,

only a remnant of them will return.

Destruction is decreed, overflowing with justice. 23 Adonai Elohim-Tzva’ot

will bring about this decreed destruction throughout all the land.

Romans 9:29 (CJB) 29 Also, as Yesha‘yahu said earlier,

 

“If Adonai-Tzva’ot had not left us a seed,

we would have become like S’dom,

we would have resembled ‘Amora.”

Isaiah 1:9 (CJB) 9 If Adonai-Tzva’ot had not left us

a tiny, tiny remnant,

we would have become like S’dom,

we would have resembled ‘Amora.

Romans 9:32 (CJB) 32 Why? Because they did not pursue righteousness as being grounded in trusting but as if it were grounded in doing legalistic works. They stumbled over the stone that makes people stumble. Isaiah 8:14 (CJB) 14 He is there to be a sanctuary.

But for both the houses of Isra’el

he will be a stone to stumble over,

a rock obstructing their way;

a trap and a snare

for the inhabitants of Yerushalayim.

Romans 9:33 (CJB) 33 As the Tanakh puts it,

 

“Look, I am laying in Tziyon

a stone that will make people stumble,

a rock that will trip them up.

But he who rests his trust on it

will not be humiliated.”

Isaiah 28:16 (CJB) 16 therefore here is what Adonai ELOHIM says:

 

“Look, I am laying in Tziyon

a tested stone, a costly cornerstone,

a firm foundation-stone;

he who trusts will not rush here and there.

Romans 10:5 (CJB) 5 For Moshe writes about the righteousness grounded in the Torah that the person who does these things will attain life through them. Leviticus 18:5 (CJB) 5 You are to observe my laws and rulings; if a person does them, he will have life through them; I am Adonai.
Romans 10:6-8 (CJB) 6 Moreover, the righteousness grounded in trusting says:

 

Do not say in your heart, ‘Who will ascend to heaven?’” —

 

that is, to bring the Messiah down — 7 or,

 

“‘Who will descend into Sh’ol?’” —

 

that is, to bring the Messiah up from the dead. 8 What, then, does it say?

 

The word is near you, in your mouth and in your heart.” —

 

that is, the word about trust which we proclaim, namely,

Deuteronomy 30:11-14 (CJB) 11 (LY: vi) For this mitzvah which I am giving you today is not too hard for you, it is not beyond your reach. 12 It isn’t in the sky, so that you need to ask, ‘Who will go up into the sky for us, bring it to us and make us hear it, so that we can obey it?’ 13 Likewise, it isn’t beyond the sea, so that you need to ask, ‘Who will cross the sea for us, bring it to us and make us hear it, so that we can obey it?’ 14 On the contrary, the word is very close to you — in your mouth, even in your heart; therefore, you can do it!
Romans 10:11 (CJB) 11 For the passage quoted says that everyone who rests his trust on him will not be humiliated. Isaiah 28:16 (CJB) 16 therefore here is what Adonai ELOHIM says:

 

“Look, I am laying in Tziyon

a tested stone, a costly cornerstone,

a firm foundation-stone;

he who trusts will not rush here and there.

Romans 10:13 (CJB) 13 since everyone who calls on the name of Adonai will be delivered. Joel 2:32 (CJB) 32 At that time, whoever calls

on the name of Adonai will be saved.

For in Mount Tziyon and Yerushalayim

there will be those who escape,

as Adonai has promised;

among the survivors will be those

whom Adonai has called.

Romans 10:15 (CJB) 15 And how can people proclaim him unless God sends them? — as the Tanakh puts it,

How beautiful are the feet of those announcing good news about good things!”

Isaiah 52:7 (CJB) 7 How beautiful on the mountains

are the feet of him who brings good news, proclaiming shalom, bringing good news

of good things, announcing

salvation (‏יְשׁוּעָה‎ yeshûʿāh)

and saying to Tziyon, “Your God is King!”

Romans 10:16 (CJB) 16 The problem is that they haven’t all paid attention to the Good News and obeyed it. For Yesha‘yahu says,

 

Adonai, who has trusted what he has heard from us?”

Isaiah 53:1 (CJB) 1 Who believes our report?

To whom is the arm of Adonai revealed?

Romans 10:18 (CJB) 18 “But, I say, isn’t it rather that they didn’t hear?” No, they did hear —

 

Their voice has gone out throughout the whole world and their words to the ends of the earth.”

Psalm 19:4 (CJB) 4 their line goes out through all the earth

and their words to the end of the world.

In them he places a tent for the sun,

Romans 10:19 (CJB) 19 “But, I say, isn’t it rather that Isra’el didn’t understand?”

I will provoke you to jealousy over a non-nation, over a nation void of understanding I will make you angry.”

Deuteronomy 32:21 (CJB) 21 They aroused my jealousy with a non-god

and provoked me with their vanities;

I will arouse their jealousy with a non-people

and provoke them with a vile nation.

Romans 10:20 (CJB) 20 Moreover, Yesha‘yahu boldly says,

I was found by those who were not looking for me, I became known to those who did not ask for me”;

Isaiah 65:1 (CJB) 1 “I made myself accessible

to those who didn’t ask for me,

I let myself be found

by those who didn’t seek me.

I said, ‘Here I am! Here I am!’

to a nation not called by my name.

Romans 10:21 (CJB) 21 but to Isra’el he says,

 

All day long I held out my hands

to a people who kept disobeying and contradicting.”

Isaiah 65:2 (CJB) 2 I spread out my hands all day long

to a rebellious people

who live in a way that is not good,

who follow their own inclinations;

Romans 11:1 (CJB) 1 “In that case, I say,

isn’t it that God has repudiated his people?” Heaven forbid!

For I myself am a son of Isra’el,

from the seed of Avraham,

of the tribe of Binyamin.

2 Chronicles 20:7 (CJB) 7 You, our God, drove out those living in the land ahead of your people Isra’el and gave it forever to the descendants of Avraham your friend.

Psalm 105:6 (CJB) 6 You descendants of Avraham his servant,

you offspring of Ya‘akov, his chosen ones,

Romans 11:2 (CJB) 2 God has not repudiated his people,

whom he chose in advance.

Or don’t you know what the Tanakh says

about Eliyahu?

He pleads with God against Isra’el,

1 Samuel 12:22 (CJB) 22 For the sake of his great reputation, Adonai will not abandon his people; because it has pleased Adonai to make you a people for himself.

Psalm 94:14 (CJB) 14 For Adonai will not desert his people, he will not abandon his heritage.

Romans 11:3 (CJB) 3 “Adonai, they have killed your prophets and torn down your altars, and I’m the only one left, and now they want to kill me too!” 1 Kings 19:10 (CJB) 10 He answered, “I have been very zealous for Adonai the God of armies, because the people of Isra’el have abandoned your covenant, broken down your altars and killed your prophets with the sword. Now I’m the only one left, and they’re coming after me to kill me too.”

1 Kings 19:14 (CJB) 14 He answered, “I have been very zealous for Adonai the God of armies; because the people of Isra’el have abandoned your covenant, broken down your altars and killed your prophets with the sword. Now I’m the only one left, and they’re after me to kill me too.”

Romans 11:4 (CJB) 4 But what is God’s answer to him?

 

I have kept for myself seven thousand men who have not knelt down to Ba‘al.”

1 Kings 19:18 (CJB) 18 Still, I will spare seven thousand in Isra’el, every knee that hasn’t bent down before Ba‘al and every mouth that has not kissed him.”
Romans 11:8 (CJB) 8 just as the Tanakh says,

 

God has given them a spirit of dullness —

eyes that do not see

and ears that do not hear,

right down to the present day.”

Deuteronomy 29:4 (CJB) 4 Nevertheless, to this day Adonai has not given you a heart to understand, eyes to see or ears to hear!

Isaiah 29:10 (CJB) 10 For Adonai has poured over you a spirit of lethargy;

he has closed your eyes (that is, the prophets)

and covered your heads (that is, the seers).

Romans 11:9-10 (CJB) 9 And David says,

 

Let their dining table become for them

a snare and a trap, a pitfall and a punishment. 10 Let their eyes be darkened, so that they can’t see, with their backs bent continually.”

Psalm 69:22-23 (CJB) 22 Let their dining table

before them become a snare;

when they are at peace,

let it become a trap; 23 let their eyes be darkened,

so that they can’t see,

and let their bodies always be stumbling.

Romans 11:11 (CJB) 11 “In that case, I say,

isn’t it that they have stumbled

with the result

that they have permanently fallen away?”

Heaven forbid!

Quite the contrary,

it is by means of their stumbling

that the deliverance has come

to the Gentiles,

in order to provoke them to jealousy.

Deuteronomy 32:21 (CJB) 21 They aroused my jealousy with a non-god

and provoked me with their vanities;

I will arouse their jealousy with a non-people

and provoke them with a vile nation.

Romans 11:14 (CJB) 14 in the hope that somehow I may provoke some of my own people to jealousy and save some of them! Deuteronomy 32:21 (CJB) 21 They aroused my jealousy with a non-god

and provoked me with their vanities;

I will arouse their jealousy with a non-people

and provoke them with a vile nation.

Romans 11:26-27 (CJB) 26 and that it is in this way that all Isra’el will be saved.As the Tanakh says,

 

Out of Tziyon will come the Redeemer;

he will turn away ungodliness from Ya‘akov 27 and this will be my covenant with them,…

when I take away their sins.”

Isaiah 59:20-21 (CJB) 20 “Then a Redeemer will come to Tziyon,

to those in Ya‘akov who turn from rebellion.”

So says Adonai. 21 “And as for me,” says Adonai,

“this is my covenant with them:

my Spirit, who rests on you,

and my words which I put in your mouth

will not depart from your mouth

or from the mouth of your children,

or from the mouth of your children’s children, now or ever,” says Adonai.

 

Isaiah 27:9 (CJB) 9 So the iniquity of Ya‘akov is atoned for by this, and removing his sin produces this result:

he chops up all the altar stones like chalk—

sacred poles and sun-pillars stand no more.

Romans 11:34 (CJB) 34 For, ‘Who has known the mind of Adonai? Who has been his counselor?’ Isaiah 40:13 (CJB) 13 Who has measured the Spirit of Adonai? Who has been his counselor, instructing him?
Romans 11:35 (CJB) 35 Or, ‘Who has given him anything and made him pay it back?’ Job 41:11 (CJB) 11 Who has given me anything

and made me pay it back?

Everything belongs to me

under all of heaven.

Romans 12:19 (CJB) 19 Never seek revenge, my friends; instead, leave that to God’s anger; for in the Tanakh it is written,

Adonai says, ‘Vengeance is my responsibility; I will repay.’”

Deuteronomy 32:41 (CJB) 41 if I sharpen my flashing sword

and set my hand to judgment,

I will render vengeance to my foes,

repay those who hate me.

Romans 12:20 (CJB) 20 On the contrary,

If your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him something to drink. For by doing this, you will heap fiery coals [of shame] on his head.”

Proverbs 25:21-22 (CJB) 21 If someone who hates you is hungry, give him food to eat;

and if he is thirsty, give him water to drink. 22 For you will heap fiery coals [of shame] on his head,

and Adonai will reward you.

Romans 13:9 (CJB) 9 For the commandments,

 

Don’t commit adultery,”

 

Don’t murder,”

 

Don’t steal,”

 

Don’t covet,”

 

and any others are summed up in this one rule:

 

Love your neighbor as yourself.”

Exodus 20:13-15 (CJB) 13 ו‎ 13 “Do not murder. 14 ז‎ (14) “Do not commit adultery. 15 ח‎ (15) “Do not steal.

Exodus 20:17 (CJB) 17 י‎ 14(17) “Do not covet your neighbor’s house; do not covet your neighbor’s wife, his male or female slave, his ox, his donkey or anything that belongs to your neighbor.”

Deuteronomy 5:17-19 (CJB) 17 ו‎ 17 “‘Do not murder. 18 ז‎ (18) “‘Do not commit adultery. 19 ח‎ (19) “‘Do not steal.

Deuteronomy 5:21 (CJB) 21 י‎ 18(21) “‘Do not covet your neighbor’s wife; do not covet your neighbor’s house, his field, his male or female slave, his ox, his donkey or anything that belongs to your neighbor.’

Leviticus 19:18 (CJB) 18 Don’t take vengeance on or bear a grudge against any of your people; rather, love your neighbor as yourself; I am Adonai.

Romans 14:11 (CJB) 11 since it is written in the Tanakh,

As I live, says Adonai, every knee will bend before me, and every tongue will publicly acknowledge God.”

Isaiah 45:23 (CJB) 23 In the name of myself I have sworn,

from my mouth has rightly gone out,

a word that will not return—

that to me every knee will bow

and every tongue will swear

Romans 15:3 (CJB) 3 For even the Messiah did not please himself; rather, as the Tanakh says,

 

The insults of those insulting you fell on me.’

Psalm 69:9 (CJB) 9 because zeal for your house is eating me up,

and on me are falling the insults

of those insulting you.

Romans 15:9 (CJB) 9 and in order to show his mercy by causing the Gentiles to glorify God — as it is written in the Tanakh,

Because of this I will acknowledge you among the Gentiles and sing praise to your name.”

2 Samuel 22:50 (CJB) 50 “So I give thanks to you, Adonai, among the nations; I sing praises to your name.

Psalm 18:49 (CJB) 49 “So I give thanks to you, Adonai, among the nations; I sing praises to your name.

Romans 15:10 (CJB) 10 And again it says,

 

Gentiles, rejoice with his people.”

Deuteronomy 32:43 (CJB) 43 “Sing out, you nations, about his people!

For he will avenge the blood of his servants.

He will render vengeance to his adversaries

and make atonement for the land of his people.”

Romans 15:11 (CJB) 11 And again,

Praise Adonai, all Gentiles!

Let all peoples praise him!”

Psalm 117:1 (CJB) 1 Praise Adonai, all you nations!

Worship him, all you peoples!

Romans 15:12 (CJB) 12 And again, Yesha‘yahu says,

The root of Yishai will come,

he who arises to rule Gentiles;

Gentiles will put their hope in him.”

Isaiah 11:10 (CJB) 10 On that day the root of Yishai,

which stands as a banner for the peoples—

the Goyim will seek him out,

and the place where he rests will be glorious.

Romans 15:21 (CJB) 21 but rather, as the Tanakh puts it,

Those who have not been told about him will see, and those who have not heard will understand.”

Isaiah 52:15 (CJB) 15 so now he will startle many nations;

because of him, kings will be speechless.

For they will see what they had not been told,

they will ponder things they had never heard.”

 

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About Even If Ministries

Dani'el 3:17-18 (CJB) 17 Your majesty, if our God, whom we serve, is able to save us, he will save us from the blazing hot furnace and from your power. 18 But even if he doesn’t, we want you to know, your majesty, that we will neither serve your gods nor worship the gold statue which you have set up.”
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