συνείδησις

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Forms of the word
Dictionary: 
συνείδησις, -εως, ἡ
Greek transliteration: 
syneidēsis
Simplified transliteration: 
syneidesis
Numbers
Strong's number: 
4893
GK Number: 
5287
Statistics
Frequency in New Testament: 
30
Morphology of Biblical Greek Tag: 
n-3e(5b)
Gloss: 
conscience
Definition: 
consciousness, Heb. 10:2; a present idea, persisting notion, impression of reality, 1 Pet. 2:19; conscience, as an inward moral impression of one's actions and principles, Acts 23:1; 24:16; Rom. 9:1; 2 Cor. 1:12; conscience, as the inward faculty of moral judgment, Rom. 2:15; 13:5; 1 Cor. 8:7b, 10, 12; 10:25, 27, 28, 29; 2 Cor. 4:2; 5:11; 1 Tim. 1:5, 19; 3:9; 4:2; 2 Tim. 1:3; conscience, as the inward moral and spiritual frame, Tit. 1:15; Heb. 9:9, 14; 10:22; 13:18; 1 Pet. 3:16, 21*

Greek-English Concordance for

Acts 23:1 Looking intently at the council, Paul said, “My brothers, I have lived in all good conscience (syneidēsei | συνειδήσει | dat sg fem) before God up to this day.”
Acts 24:16 In view of this I do my best to have a clear conscience (syneidēsin | συνείδησιν | acc sg fem) toward God and men at all times.
Romans 2:15 They show that the work of the law is written on their hearts, their conscience (syneidēseōs | συνειδήσεως | gen sg fem) bearing witness and their conflicting thoughts accusing or else defending them,
Romans 9:1 I am telling the truth in Christ — I am not lying; my conscience (syneidēseōs | συνειδήσεως | gen sg fem) convinces me in the Holy Spirit —
Romans 13:5 Therefore one must be subject, not only because of wrath, but also because of conscience (syneidēsin | συνείδησιν | acc sg fem).
1 Corinthians 8:7 However, not everyone has this knowledge. But some, because in former times they were involved with idols, eat this food as though it were an idol sacrifice, and thus their conscience (syneidēsis | συνείδησις | nom sg fem), being weak, is defiled.
1 Corinthians 8:10 For if someone should see you who have knowledge, dining in an idol’s temple, will not the conscience (syneidēsis | συνείδησις | nom sg fem) of the one who is weak be emboldened to eat food sacrificed to idols?
1 Corinthians 8:12 So when you sin against your brothers and wound their conscience (syneidēsin | συνείδησιν | acc sg fem), being weak, you are sinning against Christ.
1 Corinthians 10:25 Eat whatever is sold in the marketplace, asking no question based on conscience (syneidēsin | συνείδησιν | acc sg fem),
1 Corinthians 10:27 If one of the unbelievers invites you to a meal and you decide to go, eat whatever is set before you, asking no question based on conscience (syneidēsin | συνείδησιν | acc sg fem).
1 Corinthians 10:28 However, if someone should say to you, “This has been offered in sacrifice,” then do not eat it, for the sake of the one who told you, and for the sake of conscience (syneidēsin | συνείδησιν | acc sg fem) —
1 Corinthians 10:29 I mean the conscience (syneidēsin | συνείδησιν | acc sg fem) of the other person, not your own. Why then should my liberty be determined by the conscience (syneidēseōs | συνειδήσεως | gen sg fem) of another?
2 Corinthians 1:12 For our confidence is this, the testimony of our conscience (syneidēseōs | συνειδήσεως | gen sg fem), that with simplicity and sincerity like that of God, and not with earthly wisdom but by the grace of God, we conducted ourselves in the world, and all the more toward you.
2 Corinthians 4:2 But we have renounced shameful hidden deeds. We do not practice cunning, nor do we tamper with the word of God, but by the open declaration of truth we commend ourselves to everyone’s conscience (syneidēsin | συνείδησιν | acc sg fem) in the sight of God.
2 Corinthians 5:11 Therefore since we know the fear of the Lord, we attempt to persuade others; we stand open to God, and, I trust, also to your conscience (syneidēsesin | συνειδήσεσιν | dat pl fem).
1 Timothy 1:5 But the But goal of this command is love from a clean heart and a clear conscience (syneidēseōs | συνειδήσεως | gen sg fem) clear and a sincere faith. sincere
1 Timothy 1:19 holding on to faith and a good conscience (syneidēsin | συνείδησιν | acc sg fem). By rejecting their faith and good conscience, some have shipwrecked the faith,
1 Timothy 3:9 holding to the mystery of the faith with a clean conscience (syneidēsei | συνειδήσει | dat sg fem).
1 Timothy 4:2 by the hypocrisy of liars whose own consciences (syneidēsin | συνείδησιν | acc sg fem) have been seared,
2 Timothy 1:3 I continually thank God, whom I serve, as did my ancestors, with a clean conscience (syneidēsei | συνειδήσει | dat sg fem), as unceasingly I remember you in my prayers night and day,
Titus 1:15 All things are clean to the clean, but to the defiled and unbelieving nothing is clean, but both their mind and conscience (syneidēsis | συνείδησις | nom sg fem) are defiled.
Hebrews 9:9 This is an illustration pointing to the present time, during which the gifts and sacrifices being offered cannot perfect the worshiper so far as his conscience (syneidēsin | συνείδησιν | acc sg fem) is concerned,
Hebrews 9:14 how much more will the blood of Christ, who through the eternal Spirit offered himself without blemish to God, purify our conscience (syneidēsin | συνείδησιν | acc sg fem) from dead works to worship the living God!
Hebrews 10:2 For otherwise would they not have ceased being offered, since the worshipers, once cleansed, would have no consciousness (syneidēsin | συνείδησιν | acc sg fem) of sins?
Hebrews 10:22 let us continue to draw near with a sincere heart in full assurance of faith, since our hearts have been sprinkled clean from a guilty conscience (syneidēseōs | συνειδήσεως | gen sg fem) and our bodies washed with clean water.
Hebrews 13:18 Continue to pray for us, for we are convinced that we have a clear conscience (syneidēsin | συνείδησιν | acc sg fem), desiring to conduct ourselves honorably in every way.
1 Peter 2:19 For this is commendable, if because of conscience (syneidēsin | συνείδησιν | acc sg fem) toward God someone endures pain while suffering unjustly.
1 Peter 3:16 But do it with gentleness and respect, maintaining a clear conscience (syneidēsin | συνείδησιν | acc sg fem), so that in the very thing for which you are being slandered, those who are reviling your good conduct in Christ will be put to shame.
1 Peter 3:21 This water prefigures baptism, which now saves you — not the removal of dirt from the body but the answer of a good conscience (syneidēseōs | συνειδήσεως | gen sg fem) to God — by the resurrection of Jesus Christ,