Welcome to the Hyper-concordance, an experiment in word-based navigation through the Scriptures from SemanticBible.
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The Hyper-concordance includes each word in the English Standard Version text of the New Testament (excepting common or function words like 'be', 'the', 'in', 'of', etc.). Following the link for one of those words displays a list of all the verses that contain some form of that word, with the word in bold to make it easy to see. Here's an example from the page for "hear":
|Mark.4.24||And he said to them, “Pay attention to what you hear: with the measure you use, it will be measured to you, and still more will be added to you.|
Each hyperlinked word takes you to a new list of verses for that word, so you can go directly from one set of word contexts to another. All words are grouped according to their dictionary forms, ignoring plurals and inflected verb forms. So in this example, the word "said" is linked to its dictionary form "say". Likewise, the noun "measure" and the verb "measured" both link to the same entry. If you hover over a link, a tooltip displays how many entries there are for that word.
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New Testament Hyper-Concordance version 1.1.2, released 2006-07-02.