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ἡμεῖς
Greek transliteration: 
hēmeis
Simplified transliteration: 
hemeis
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GK Number: 
7005
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864
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Acts 13:26 “My brothers, sons of the family of Abraham, and those among you who fear God, it is to us (hēmin | ἡμῖν | dat pl 1st) that the message of this salvation has been sent.
Acts 13:32 And we (hēmeis | ἡμεῖς | nom pl 1st) are telling you the good news regarding the promise that was made to the fathers,
Acts 13:33 that God has fulfilled this for (hēmin | ἡμῖν | dat pl 1st) us (hēmin | ἡμῖν | dat pl 1st), their children, by raising Jesus; as also in the second Psalm it is written, ‘You are my Son; today I have begotten you.’
Acts 13:47 For thus the Lord has commanded us: (hēmin | ἡμῖν | dat pl 1st) ‘I have appointed you to be a light for the Gentiles, to bring salvation to the ends of the earth.’”
Acts 14:11 And the crowds, seeing what Paul had done, lifted up their voices, saying in the dialect of Lycaonia, “The gods have come down to us (hēmas | ἡμᾶς | acc pl 1st) in the likeness of men!”
Acts 14:15 saying, “Men, why are you doing these things? For we (hēmeis | ἡμεῖς | nom pl 1st) too are men subject to the same frailties as you, bringing you good news to turn away from these vain things to the living God, who made the heaven and the earth and the sea and everything in them,
Acts 14:22 strengthening the souls of the disciples, encouraging them to continue in the faith, and saying, “It is through many tribulations that we (hēmas | ἡμᾶς | acc pl 1st) must enter the kingdom of God.”
Acts 15:8 And God, who knows the heart, confirmed this, by giving the Holy Spirit to them just as he did to us (hēmin | ἡμῖν | dat pl 1st),
Acts 15:9 and he made no distinction between us (hēmōn | ἡμῶν | gen pl 1st) and them, cleansing their hearts by faith.
Acts 15:10 So now why are you testing God by putting a yoke on the neck of the disciples, which neither our (hēmōn | ἡμῶν | gen pl 1st) ancestors nor we (hēmeis | ἡμεῖς | nom pl 1st) have been able to bear?
Acts 15:24 Since we have heard that some from among us (hēmōn | ἡμῶν | gen pl 1st) have gone out and troubled you with their words, unsettling your minds — we had given them no such instructions —
Acts 15:25 it seemed good to us (hēmin | ἡμῖν | dat pl 1st), having reached agreement, to select men to send to you with our (hēmōn | ἡμῶν | gen pl 1st) beloved Barnabas and Paul,
Acts 15:26 men who have risked their lives for the sake of our (hēmōn | ἡμῶν | gen pl 1st) Lord Jesus Christ.
Acts 15:28 For it seemed good to the Holy Spirit and to us (hēmin | ἡμῖν | dat pl 1st) to impose on you no further burden than these essential requirements:
Acts 16:9 And a vision in the night appeared to Paul: a man of Macedonia was standing there, urging him and saying, “Come over to Macedonia and help us!” (hēmin | ἡμῖν | dat pl 1st)
Acts 16:10 And when Paul had seen the vision, immediately we tried to go into Macedonia, concluding that God had called us (hēmas | ἡμᾶς | acc pl 1st) to preach the gospel to them.
Acts 16:15 And when she was baptized, and her household as well, she urged us, saying, “If you have judged me to be faithful to the Lord, come to my house and stay.” And she prevailed upon us (hēmas | ἡμᾶς | acc pl 1st).
Acts 16:16 Now as we (hēmōn | ἡμῶν | gen pl 1st) were going to the place of prayer, a slave girl who had a spirit of divination, met us (hēmin | ἡμῖν | dat pl 1st). She brought great profit to her masters by fortune-telling.
Acts 16:17 She followed after Paul and us (hēmin | ἡμῖν | dat pl 1st), crying out, saying, “These men are servants of the Most High God, who proclaim to you the way of salvation.”
Acts 16:20 And when they had brought them to the magistrates, they said, “These men are Jews, and they are disturbing our (hēmōn | ἡμῶν | gen pl 1st) city
Acts 16:21 by advocating customs that are not lawful for us (hēmin | ἡμῖν | dat pl 1st) to accept or practice, since we are Romans.
Acts 16:37 But Paul said to them, “They have beaten us (hēmas | ἡμᾶς | acc pl 1st) publicly, uncondemned, men who are Roman citizens, and have thrown us into prison; and now would they send us (hēmas | ἡμᾶς | acc pl 1st) away in secret? No indeed! They themselves must come and escort us (hēmas | ἡμᾶς | acc pl 1st) out.”
Acts 17:20 For you bring some strange things to our (hēmōn | ἡμῶν | gen pl 1st) ears, so we want to know what these things mean.”
Acts 17:27 that they should seek God, if perhaps that they might grope for him and find him, though indeed he is not far from each one of us (hēmōn | ἡμῶν | gen pl 1st).
Acts 19:25 He called them together with workmen in similar trades, and said, “Men, you know that from this trade prosperity comes to us (hēmin | ἡμῖν | dat pl 1st).
Acts 19:27 There is danger not only that this trade of ours (hēmin | ἡμῖν | dat pl 1st) will fall into disrepute, but also that the temple of the great goddess Artemis is in danger of being regarded as worthless and her magnificence in danger of being destroyed, she whom all Asia and the world worship.”
Acts 19:37 For you have brought these men, who are neither temple robbers nor blasphemers against our (hēmōn | ἡμῶν | gen pl 1st) goddess.
Acts 20:5 These men had gone on ahead and were waiting for us (hēmas | ἡμᾶς | acc pl 1st) in Troas.
Acts 20:6 We (hēmeis | ἡμεῖς | nom pl 1st) sailed away after the days of Unleavened Bread from Philippi and joined the others in Troas five days later, where we stayed for seven days.
Acts 20:7 On the first day of the week, when we (hēmōn | ἡμῶν | gen pl 1st) had gathered to break bread, Paul addressed them, and since he intended to leave the next day, he continued his message until midnight.
Acts 20:13 We (hēmeis | ἡμεῖς | nom pl 1st), then, went on to the ship and set sail for Assos, where we planned to take Paul on board; for he had made this arrangement, intending himself to travel by land.
Acts 20:14 When he met us (hēmin | ἡμῖν | dat pl 1st) at Assos, we took him on board and continued on to Mitylene.
Acts 20:21 testifying both to Jews and to Greeks about repentance toward God and about faith in our (hēmōn | ἡμῶν | gen pl 1st) Lord Jesus.
Acts 21:1 And when we had parted from them, we (hēmas | ἡμᾶς | acc pl 1st) put out to sea and sailed on a straight course to Cos, then on the next day to Rhodes, and from there to Patara.
Acts 21:5 When our (hēmas | ἡμᾶς | acc pl 1st) days there were ended, we departed and went on our journey, and they all, with wives and children, accompanied us (hēmas | ἡμᾶς | acc pl 1st) until we were outside the city. Then kneeling down on the beach, we prayed
Acts 21:7 And having completed the voyage from Tyre, we (hēmeis | ἡμεῖς | nom pl 1st) came to Ptolemais, and we greeted the brothers and stayed one day with them.
Acts 21:11 He came to us (hēmas | ἡμᾶς | acc pl 1st) and, taking Paul’s belt, he tied his own hands and feet with it and said, “The Holy Spirit says this: ‘This is how the Jews will tie up in Jerusalem the man whose belt this is, and will deliver him into the hands of the Gentiles.’”
Acts 21:12 When we heard this, both we (hēmeis | ἡμεῖς | nom pl 1st) and the local people urged him not to go up to Jerusalem.
Acts 21:16 And some of the disciples from Caesarea came with us (hēmin | ἡμῖν | dat pl 1st), bringing Mnason of Cyprus, an early disciple, with whom we should lodge.
Acts 21:17 When we (hēmōn | ἡμῶν | gen pl 1st) arrived in Jerusalem, the brothers welcomed us (hēmas | ἡμᾶς | acc pl 1st) gladly.
Acts 21:18 On the following day Paul went with us (hēmin | ἡμῖν | dat pl 1st) to James, and all the elders were present.
Acts 21:23 So, then, do what we tell you. There are with us (hēmin | ἡμῖν | dat pl 1st) four men who have taken upon themselves a vow.
Acts 21:25 But as for the Gentiles who have believed, we (hēmeis | ἡμεῖς | nom pl 1st) sent a letter with our judgment that they should abstain from what has been sacrificed to idols, and from blood, and from what has been strangled, and from sexual immorality.”
Acts 22:14 And he said, ‘The God of our (hēmōn | ἡμῶν | gen pl 1st) fathers has chosen you to know his will, to see the Righteous One and to hear a voice from his mouth.
Acts 23:15 So now you and the council give notice to the commanding officer to bring him down to you, as though you were going to examine his case more accurately; and we (hēmeis | ἡμεῖς | nom pl 1st) will be ready to kill him before he gets there.”
Acts 24:4 But, that I may not detain you any longer, I beg you to hear us (hēmōn | ἡμῶν | gen pl 1st) briefly in your kindness.
Acts 24:8 When you examine him yourself, you will be able to learn from him about all these things of which we (hēmeis | ἡμεῖς | nom pl 1st) are accusing him.”
Acts 25:24 And Festus said, “King Agrippa, and all men present with us (hēmin | ἡμῖν | dat pl 1st), you see this man about whom the whole Jewish people petitioned me, both in Jerusalem and here, crying out that he ought not to live any longer.
Acts 26:6 And now I stand here on trial because of my hope in the promise made by God to our (hēmōn | ἡμῶν | gen pl 1st) fathers,
Acts 26:7 to which our (hēmōn | ἡμῶν | gen pl 1st) twelve tribes hope to attain, worshipping strenuously night and day. It is for this hope, your Excellency, that I am being accused by Jews!

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