SPURIOUS PHRASES AND PASSAGES IN THE NEW TESTAMENT

Based on the Sinaitic Manuscript unless otherwise noted.

Matt. 5:22without a cause
Matt. 6:13For thine is the Kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen.
Matt. 6:25or what ye shall drink*
Matt. 16:2When it is evening, ye say, it will be fair weather: for the sky is red.
Matt. 16:3This entire verse
Matt.17:21and fasting
Matt.18:12into the mountains
Matt. 2O:7and whatsoever is right, that shall ye receive
Matt. 22:13and take him away
Matt. 23:35son of Barachias*
Matt. 24:10and shall hate one another*
Matt. 24:31sound of a*
Matt. 24:41women shall be
Matt. 25:6cometh
Matt. 27:52and the graves were opened*
Matt. 27:53and went*
Matt. 28:19therefore
Mark 4:37so that it was now full*
Mark 6:51beyond measure and wondered
Mark 7:8For [...] as the washing of pots and cups: and many other such like things as ye do
Mark 7:14unto me every one of you
Mark 9:24with tears
Mark 9:29and fasting
Mark 9:44This entire verse
Mark 9:45into the fire that shall never be quenched
Mark 9:46This entire verse
Mark 9:47fire
Mark 9:49and every sacrifice shall be salted with salt
Mark 10:24for them that trust in riches
Mark 10:30houses and brethren and sisters and mothers and children and lands with persecutions*
Mark 14:30twice*
Mark 14:68and the cock crew
Mark 14:72the second time* [...] twice*
Mark 16:9-20All these verses
Luke 2: 40in spirit
Luke 8:45and sayest thou, Who touched me?
Luke 16:16and every man presseth into it
Luke 17:12which stood afar off*
Luke 17:35women
Luke 18:11with himself*
Luke 22:43This entire verse
Luke 22:44This entire verse
Luke 22:68me, nor let me go
Luke 23:5teaching*
Luke 23:34Then said Jesus, Father forgive them; for they know not what they do
Luke 24:42and of an honeycomb
John 1:25asked him, and*
John 3:13which is in heaven
John 4:9for the Jews have no dealings with the Samaritans
John 5:3waiting for the moving of the water
John 5:4This entire verse
John 5:25and now is*
John 8:1-11all these verses
John 8:59going through the midst of them and so passed by
John 16:16because I go to the Father
John 19:23and also his coat*
John 21:25This entire verse
Acts 6:3Holy Ghost and (should read "spirit of")
Acts 6:8faith (should read "grace")
Acts 8:37This entire verse
Acts 9:31churches (should read "church") [...] were (should read "was")
Acts 15:32and confirmed them*
Acts 18:5pressed in the spirit (should read "earnestly occupied with the Word")
Acts 18:21I must by all means keep this feast that cometh in Jerusalem: but
Rom. 3:22and upon all
Rom. 6:12it in
Rom. 7:6that being dead (should read "being dead to that")
Rom. 8:26for us
Rom. 11:6But if it be of works, then it is no more grace; otherwise work is no more work
Rom. 14:6and he that regardeth not the day, to the Lord he doth not regard it
1 Cor. 2:1testimony (should read "mystery")
1 Cor. 6:20and in your spirit, which are God's
1 Cor. 7:5fasting and
1 Cor. 10:28for the earth is the Lord's and the fulness thereof
1 Cor. 15:24cometh
2 Cor. 4:14by (should read "with")
Gal. 3:1that ye should not obey the truth
Gal. 3:17in Christ
Gal. 5:19adultery
Gal. 5:21murders
Eph. 5:9Spirit (should read "light")
Eph. 5:30of his flesh, and of his bones
2 Thess. 2:9Even him
1 Tim. 3:16God (should read "who")*
1 Tim. 4:12in spirit*
1 Tim. 6:5from such withdraw thyself*
2 Tim. 3:3without natural affection*
Heb. 12:18mount that might be touched and that burned with fire (should read "fire that might be touched and burned")*
Heb. 12:20or thrust through with a dart*
James 5:16Confess your faults (should read "Therefore confess your sins")*
1 Pet. 2:5spiritual (before the word "sacrifices")
1 Pet. 3:8courteous (should read "humble")
2 Pet. 1:1God and our (should read "our Lord and")*
1 John 3:16of God
1 John 5:7in heaven, the Father, the Word and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one
1 John 5:8And there are three that bear witness in earth
1 John 5:13and that ye may believe on the name of the Son of God
Rev. 1:17unto me, Fear not*
Rev. 2:22their (should read "her")*
Rev. 5:3neither under the earth*
Rev. 5:9us (omitted by the Alexandrian Ms., one of the three oldest Mss. known)
Rev. 5:10us (should read "them") [...] we (should read "they")
Rev. 5:13and under the earth*
Rev. 6:2to conquer (should read "he conquered")*
Rev. 9:4neither any green thing*
Rev. 9:13the four horns of*
Rev. 10:6and the sea, and the things which are therein*
Rev. 11:17and art to come*
Rev. 12:12inhabiters of* [...] of (before the words "the sea")
Rev. 14:5before the throne of God*
Rev. 14:12here are they*
Rev. 16:5and shalt be (should read "the holy")*
Rev. 16:7another out of*
Rev. 16:11and their sores* [...] of their deeds*
Rev. 16:17from the throne*
Rev. 18:22of whatsoever craft he be* [...] and the stone of a millstone shall be heard no more at all in thee*
Rev. 20:5But the rest of the dead lived not again until the thousand years were finished*
Rev. 21:24of them which are saved* [...] and honor*
Rev. 21:26and honor*
Rev. 22:3more*

* Omitted by the Sinaitic Manuscript. These not thus marked are omitted by both the Sinaitic and Vatican Manuscripts. The Epistles to Timothy, the latter part of Hebrews, and all of Revelation, are missing from the Vatican Manuscript, No. 1209, having been lost during the fifteen or more centuries since it was written. The Sinaitic Manuscript is perfect and complete and is the oldest known copy of the Scriptures, having been written (it is believed) in the year 331 A.D.