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Forms of the word
παράπτωμα, -ατος, τό
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trespass, transgression, sin against, to sin as a moral failure to keep a command, fig., stepping out of the bounds of God's law
pr. a stumbling aside, a false step; in NT a trespass, fault, offence, transgression, Mt. 6:14, 15; Mk. 11:25, 26; Rom. 4:25; a fall in faith, Rom. 11:11, 12

Greek-English Concordance for παράπτωμα

Matthew 6:14 “For if you forgive others their offenses (paraptōmata | παραπτώματα | acc pl neut), your heavenly Father will also forgive you;
Matthew 6:15 but if you do not forgive others their offenses, neither will your Father forgive your offenses (paraptōmata | παραπτώματα | acc pl neut).
Mark 11:25 And whenever you stand praying, forgive if you have something against someone, so that your Father in heaven may also forgive you your transgressions.” (paraptōmata | παραπτώματα | acc pl neut)
Romans 4:25 who was delivered over to death for our transgressions (paraptōmata | παραπτώματα | acc pl neut) and raised for our justification.
Romans 5:15 But the free gift is not like the transgression (paraptōma | παράπτωμα | nom sg neut). For if the many died through the transgression (paraptōmati | παραπτώματι | dat sg neut) of the one, much more did the grace of God and the gift that came by the grace of the one man Jesus Christ overflow to the many.
Romans 5:16 And the gift is not like the result of that one man’s sin; for the judgment following the one transgression led to condemnation, but the free gift following the many transgressions (paraptōmatōn | παραπτωμάτων | gen pl neut) led to justification.
Romans 5:17 For if by the transgression (paraptōmati | παραπτώματι | dat sg neut) of the one man death reigned through that one, much more will those who receive the abundance of grace and the gift of righteousness reign in life through the one, Jesus Christ.
Romans 5:18 Therefore, just as one man’s transgression (paraptōmatos | παραπτώματος | gen sg neut) brought condemnation for all so also one man’s righteous act brought justification and life for all
Romans 5:20 Now the law came in so that the transgression (paraptōma | παράπτωμα | nom sg neut) might increase; but where sin increased, grace increased all the more,
Romans 11:11 So I ask, did they stumble so as to fall? By no means! But because of their transgression (paraptōmati | παραπτώματι | dat sg neut) salvation has come to the Gentiles so as to make Israel jealous.
Romans 11:12 Now if their transgression (paraptōma | παράπτωμα | nom sg neut) means riches for the world and their failure means riches for the Gentiles, how much more will their full inclusion mean!
2 Corinthians 5:19 that is, God was in Christ reconciling the world to himself, not counting their trespasses (paraptōmata | παραπτώματα | acc pl neut) against them. And he has entrusted us with the message of reconciliation.
Galatians 6:1 My brothers, if someone is detected in some wrongdoing (paraptōmati | παραπτώματι | dat sg neut), you who are spiritual should restore that one in a spirit of gentleness, taking care lest you yourself be tempted.
Ephesians 1:7 In him we have received redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of our trespasses (paraptōmatōn | παραπτωμάτων | gen pl neut), according to the rich benefits of his grace,
Ephesians 2:1 And you were dead by reason of your trespasses (paraptōmasin | παραπτώμασιν | dat pl neut) and sins,
Ephesians 2:5 even though we were dead in our trespasses (paraptōmasin | παραπτώμασιν | dat pl neut), made us alive together with Christ — by grace you have been saved —
Colossians 2:13 And although you were dead although were in your trespasses (paraptōmasin | παραπτώμασιν | dat pl neut) and the uncircumcision of your flesh, your God made you alive you with Christ. He forgave us all our transgressions (paraptōmata | παραπτώματα | acc pl neut),