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Luke 11:27 NLT

27 As he was speaking, a woman in the crowd called out, “God bless your mother—the womb from which you came, and the breasts that nursed you!”

Study tools for Luke 11:27

  • a 11:2 - Some manuscripts add additional phrases from the Lord’s Prayer as it reads in Matt 6:9-13 .
  • b 11:3 - Or Give us each day our food for the day; or Give us each day our food for tomorrow.
  • c 11:4 - Or And keep us from being tested.
  • d 11:8 - Or in order to avoid shame, or so his reputation won’t be damaged.
  • e 11:11 - Some manuscripts add for bread, do you give them a stone? Or [if they ask].
  • f 11:15 - Greek Beelzeboul; also in 11:18, 19 . Other manuscripts read Beezeboul; Latin version reads Beelzebub.
  • g 11:20 - Greek by the finger of God.
  • h 11:24 - Greek unclean.
  • i 11:30 - “Son of Man” is a title Jesus used for himself.
  • j 11:31 - Greek The queen of the south.
  • k 11:33 - Some manuscripts do not include or puts it under a basket.
  • l 11:37 - Or and reclined.
  • m 11:42 - Greek tithe the mint, the rue, and every herb.
  • n 11:49 - Greek Therefore, the wisdom of God said.