(From: MATTHEW #5 - 4:17-25)
IX. 4:17-7:29 SERMON ON THE MOUNT
A. 4:17 JESUS BEGINS TO PREACH
A-PO TOte ERxa-to ho IeSOUS keRUSsein  kai LEgein,
From then onbegan :Jesus to preach and to say,
Me-ta-noEIte , EGgi-ken gar heba-siLEIa  ton ou-raNON .
Repent, for the kingdom of the heavens is nigh.
B. 4:18-5:16 SUBJECTS AND PRINCIPLES OF THE KINGDOM
1. 4:18-22 THE FIRST DISCIPLES
a. 4:18 SEA OF GALILEE
Pe-ri-paTON de paRA ten THAlas-san tes Ga-liLAIas
And walking by the sea of :Galilee
EIden DUo a-delPHOUS, SImo-na ton le-GOme-non PEtron,
he saw two brothers, Simon :called Peter,
kai AnDREan ton a-delPHON  auTOU, BALlon-tas  amPHIbles-tron [293)
and Andrew his :brother, casting a net
eis ten THAlas-san; Esan gar ha-leEIS .
into the sea; for they were fishers.
b. 4:19 And he says to them, Come after me, and I will make you fishers of men.
kai LEgei auTOIS, DEUte oPIsomou, kai poiEsohuMAS ha-leEIS anTHROpon .
c. 4:20 And THEY straightway left their :nets, andfollowed him.
hoi de euTHEos aPHENtes ta DIKtu-a , e-koLOUthe-san  auTO.
d. 4:21 OF JAMES AND JOHN
kai proBAS  eKEIthen, EIden ALlous DUo a-delPHOUS,
And going on thence, he saw two other brothers,
IAko-bon ton tou Ze-beDAIou, kai IoAnen ton a-delPHON auTOU,
James the sonof :Zebedee, and John his :brother,
en toPLOIo meTA Ze-beDAIou tou paTROS  auTON,
in the boat with Zebedee their :father,
ka-tarTIzon-tas  ta DIKtu-a auTON; kai eKAle-sen  auTOUS.
mending their :nets; and he called them.
e. 4:22 And THEY straightway left the boat and their :father, andfollowed him.
hoi de euTHEos aPHENtes  to PLOIon kai ton paTEra auTON, e-koLOUthesan  auTO.
2. 4:23-25 JESUS TEACHING, PREACHING AND HEALING
a. 4:23 THE NATURE OF JESUS’ MINISTRY
Kai pe-riEgen en H0leteGa-liLAIa, diDASkon  en tais su-na-goGAIS  auTON,
And he went about in all :Galilee, teaching in their :synagogues,
kai keRUS-son  to eu-agGEli-on  tes ba-siLEIas ,
and preaching the gospel of the kingdom,
kai the-raPEUon  PAsan NOson  kai PAsan ma-laKIan  en tolaO.
and healing every sickness and every infirmity among the people.
b. 4:24 THE RESPONSE TO SIGNS
kai aPELthen hea-koE auTOU eis HOlen ten ZuRIan:
And the report of him went forth into all :Syria:
kai proSEneg-kan  auTOPANtas tous kaKOS ,
and they brought to him all that were :ill,
Echon-tas poiKIlais NOsois  kai baSAnois  su-ne-choMEnous ,
held with diverse diseases and torments,
dai-mo-ni-zoMEnous, kai se-le-ni-a-zoMEnous, kai pa-ra-lu-tiKOUS; kai e-theRApeu-senauTOUS.
demoniacs, and epileptics, and paralytics; and he healed them.
c. 4:25 THE CROWDS
kai e-koLOUthesan  auTOOCHloi  polLOI aPO tes Ga-liLAIas
And great crowds followed him from :Galilee
kai De-kaPOle-os kai Ie-ro-soLUmon kai IouDAIas kai PEran tou IorDAnou.
and Decapolis and Jerusalem and Judea and frombeyond the Jordan.
NOTE: The above is the first portion of the Sermon on the Mount based on the Numeric Greek and English New Testament as discovered and set forth from the hand of God by Ivan Panin. Numerics is God's signature to ensure the integrity of His Word, and to guarantee that Textual Criticism of the Higher Critics will be unable to tamper with it.
Note that God through Numerics even establishes the sentence structure, sub-divisions, paragraphs and chapter equivalents. When I discovered this in 1945 by reading the Introduction to Panin’s Numeric Greek New Testament, I was hooked. I have put in some 60 years of research and work to come up with the above format for the Numeric Interlinear Greek New Testament. And even at that, I have had valuable suggestions in perfecting the above format. One of the later suggestions was that the Greek text appear in regular print, but the interlinear English text appear in Black for contrast. Also that Strong’s numbers for significant Greek words follow these words rather than appear above.
A further departure from regular Interlinear Greek New Testaments – is that the English text is not treated so as to appear word by word under each Greek word. Also the text is centered in shorter clauses, so that it is easier to grasp a complete thought. Then too the Greek text is transliterated according to the “Berlitz” method of learning languages. This means that those not acquainted with the Greek alphabet, can yet read the Greek text with quite close correct pronunciation, with the help of the accented syllable in capitals.
These are fairly drastic changes from the normal Interlinear Greek New Testament – but our wish is that laymen may make more use of the wonders of the Greek text! Scholars will find it quite simple to take the transliteration back to the Greek text.
I have a helper seeking to transfer this text in the same format into an archive set-up. This will allow readers to download the text as it is received as a mailing.
I started working on the manuscript in the early ‘60’s, when I took my wife Marie to the games of the Seattle Pilots. Remember them? I became so engrossed in this project, that I missed seeing Pitcher Broadbender hit a “grand slam!”
Also – a special word of thanks to those who have sent gifts for computer expenses on this project, Technical Helpers and other miscellaneous expenses. These have been a marvelous help, especially now that Marie and I retired as of August 2007. But this also enables me to have more time for this Project and Assignment.
Sometime in the early 60’s God awakened me early one morning with these words, “Get My New Testament done!” I flew out of bed and have spent 1000’s of hours on this project since.
The Jehovah’s Witnesses offered to make a Greek Interlinear New Testament for Panin on the basis of their “Emphatic Diaglott.” But Panin had to reluctantly turn down this offer because of the “cultic” association. So he died in 1942 in Aldershot Ontario, with his hope and dream unrealized. I believe it is God’s desire that the 50 years and 100,000 hours of labor Panin put into this should be realized as the return of Jesus as Lord and King draws nigh. As you will note, I have departed from Panin’s English text of 1910 by making only minor changes such as substituting “thee’s and thou’s” with ”you’s and your’s>
Bless you again for your forbearance, interest and prayers in this most unusual project and assignment. J.A.W.