Bill Mounce

For an Informed Love of God


Vocabulary form: 
A palimpset (palivmyhstoV, "scraped again") is a parchment that has had the original writing scraped off so it can be used again.

Palilogy (palilogiva) is the repetition of words for emphasis.

The palingenesia (paliggenesiva) is the rebirth, both of the Christian (Titus 3:5) and of the world in Stoic thought.
The pollen makes me sneeze again and again.
Mnemonic Singing: 
Alleluia thine the glory,
Alleluia amen,
Alleluia thine the glory,
revive us again.

Biblical Concordance

Matthew 4:7 Jesus said to him, “It also (palin | πάλιν | adverb) stands written: ‘You shall not put the Lord your God to the test.’”
Matthew 4:8 Again (palin | πάλιν | adverb), the devil took him to a very high mountain, and showed him all the kingdoms of the world and their splendor;
Matthew 5:33 “Again (palin | πάλιν | adverb), you have heard that it was said to those of old, ‘You shall not break an oath, but carry out the vows you made to the Lord.’
Matthew 13:45 Again (palin | πάλιν | adverb), the kingdom of heaven is like a merchant searching for fine pearls;
Matthew 13:47 Again (palin | πάλιν | adverb), the kingdom of heaven is like a dragnet that was cast into the sea and caught fish of every kind;
Matthew 18:19 “Again (palin | πάλιν | adverb), I tell you the truth, if two of you on earth are in agreement about anything whatever you may ask, it will be done for you by my Father who is in heaven.
Matthew 19:24 Again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) I say to you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for someone who is rich to enter the kingdom of God.”
Matthew 20:5 So they went off. When he went out again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) about the sixth hour and the ninth hour, he did the same thing.
Matthew 21:36 Then (palin | πάλιν | adverb) he sent other servants, more than the first time, and they did the same to them.
Matthew 22:1 Once again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) Jesus spoke to them in parables, saying:
Matthew 22:4 Then (palin | πάλιν | adverb) he sent other servants, saying, ‘Tell those who have been invited, “See, I have prepared my banquet, my oxen and fattened calves have been slaughtered, and everything is ready. Come to the wedding feast.”’
Matthew 26:42 Once again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) he went away and prayed, saying, “My Father, if this cannot pass unless I drink it, may your will be done.”
Matthew 26:43 Then he returned and found them sleeping, for their eyes were heavy.
Matthew 26:44 So he left them and went away, and for the third time prayed again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) using the same words.
Matthew 26:72 But again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) he denied with an oath, “I do not know the man!”
Matthew 27:50 And Jesus cried out again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) in a loud voice and breathed his last.
Mark 2:1 And when, after several days, Jesus had returned to Capernaum, after days, it was reported that he was at home. he was
Mark 2:13 Once (palin | πάλιν | adverb) again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) Jesus went out alongside the lake. A large crowd was coming to him, and he was teaching them.
Mark 3:1 Jesus entered again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) into a synagogue, and was there. a man with a withered with hand was there.
Mark 3:20 Then Jesus went to his house, and again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) a crowd gathered, so that they were not even able they even to eat a meal.
Mark 4:1 Again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) Jesus began to teach beside the lake. And a very large crowd gathered about him, crowd very large so that he got into a boat got and sat there out on the lake while all the people were on shore by the edge of the water. on shore were
Mark 5:21 When Jesus had crossed Jesus in a boat again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) to the other side, a large crowd gathered around him, and he was by the lake.
Mark 7:14 Calling the crowd to him again (palin | πάλιν | adverb), he said to them, “Listen to me, everyone, and understand.
Mark 7:31 Departing again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) from the region of Tyre, Jesus went through Sidon to the Sea of Galilee, in the midst of the region of the Decapolis.
Mark 8:1 In those days, when once again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) a large crowd had gathered and had nothing to eat, Jesus called his disciples and said to them,
Mark 8:13 Then he left them, got into the boat again (palin | πάλιν | adverb), and crossed to the other side.
Mark 8:25 Then Jesus again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) put his hands on the man’s eyes, and he saw clearly. His sight was restored, and he saw all things distinctly.
Mark 10:1 Then Jesus left that place and went to the region of Judea and beyond the Jordan, and crowds gathered around him again (palin | πάλιν | adverb). And again (palin | πάλιν | adverb), as was his custom, he began to teach them.
Mark 10:10 And in the house, the disciples were again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) questioning him about this matter.
Mark 10:24 The disciples were shocked at his words. But Jesus, responding again (palin | πάλιν | adverb), said to them, “Children, how difficult it is to enter the kingdom of God!
Mark 10:32 Now they were on the road, going up to Jerusalem, and Jesus was going on ahead of them. They were filled with awe, but those who followed behind were afraid. And taking the twelve aside again (palin | πάλιν | adverb), he began to tell them the things that were going to happen to him:
Mark 11:3 If anyone says to you, ‘Why are you doing this?’ say, ‘The Lord has need of it and will send it back (palin | πάλιν | adverb) as soon as possible.’”
Mark 11:27 And they came again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) to Jerusalem. And while he was walking about in the temple, the ruling priests and the scribes and the elders came to him,
Mark 12:4 And again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) he sent to them another servant; and that one they struck on the head and treated dishonorably.
Mark 14:39 And again (palin | πάλιν | adverb), going away, he prayed, saying the same thing.
Mark 14:40 And again (palin | πάλιν | adverb), returning, he found them sleeping, for their eyes were heavy, and they did not know how they should answer him.
Mark 14:61 But he remained silent and answered back nothing. Again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) the high priest questioned him and said to him, “Are you the Messiah, the Son of the Blessed?”
Mark 14:69 And the maid servant, seeing him, began again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) to say to those who were standing around, “This man is one of them.”
Mark 14:70 But again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) he denied it. And after a little while again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) those standing around said to Peter, “Surely you are one of them, for you also are a Galilean.”
Mark 15:4 Then Pilate questioned him again (palin | πάλιν | adverb), saying, “Do you answer nothing? See how many accusations they are bringing against you.”
Mark 15:12 And Pilate, answering again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) said to them, “What, then, do you want me to do with the man you call the king of the Jews?”
Mark 15:13 But again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) they cried out, “Crucify him!”
Luke 6:43 “For it is not a good tree that bears bad fruit, nor again (palin | πάλιν | adverb), a bad tree that bears good fruit,
Luke 13:20 And again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) he said, “To what shall I compare the kingdom of God?
Luke 23:20 Once again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) Pilate, wanting to release Jesus, called out to them,
John 1:35 Again (palin | πάλιν | adverb), on the following day, John was standing there with two of his disciples.
John 4:3 he left Judea and departed again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) for Galilee.
John 4:13 Jesus replied, “Everyone who drinks of this water will be thirsty again (palin | πάλιν | adverb),
John 4:46 So Jesus came again (palin | πάλιν | adverb) to Cana in Galilee where he had made the water wine. Now in Capernaum there was a certain officer in the royal service whose son was ill.
John 4:54 Now this was the second sign that Jesus performed after coming from Judea into Galilee.