MATTHEW CHAPTER 1

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First attempt - INCORRECT - failed to discount indeclinable nouns in the Greek.

1 The book of the genealogy of Jesus, Christ, son of David, son of Abraham:
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Abraham generated Isaac; Isaac generated Jacob; Jacob generated Judah and his brothers;
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Judah generated Perez and Zerah [twins] out [ek] of [Prepositional Genitive] Tamar; Perez generated Hezron; Hezron generated Ram;
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Ram generated Amminadab; Amminadab generated Nahshon; Nahshon generated Salmon;
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Salmon generated Boaz out [ek] of [Prepositional Genitive] Rahab; Boaz generated Obed out [ek] of [Prepositional Genitive] Ruth; Obed generated Jesse;
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Jesse generated David, the king. David generated Solomon out of the [wife] of the Uriah;
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Solomon generated Rehoboam; Rehoboam generated Abijah; Abijah generated Asa;
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Asa generated Jehoshaphat; Jehoshaphat generated Jehoram; Jehoram generated Uzziah;
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Uzziah generated Jotham; Jotham generated Ahaz; Ahaz generated Hezekiah;
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Hezekiah generated Manasseh; Manasseh generated Amon; Amon generated Josiah;
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Josiah generated Jeconiah and his brothers upon [at the time] of the deportation of Babylon [Prepositional Genitive].
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After the deportation of Babylon, Jeconiah generated Shealtiel; Shealtiel generated Zerubbabel;
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Zerubbabel generated Abiud; Abiud generated Eliakim; Eliakim generated Azor;
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Azor generated Zadok; Zadok generated Achim; Achim generated Eliud;
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Eliud generated Eleazar; Eleazar generated Matthan; Matthan generated Jacob;
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Jacob generated Joseph, the husband of Mary, out of whom was generated Jesus, the [one] called Christ.
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All the descendants, then, from Abraham until David, were 14 descendants, and from David until [the descendant, Josiah] of the deportation of Babylon 14 descendants [14 descendants ending with Josiah, the first descendant of the deportation], and from [apo] [the descendant, Jeconiah] of the deportation of Babylon until of the Christ [Prepositional Genitive] 14 descendants [14 descendants starting with Jeconiah, the second descendant of the deportation]

[Counting descendants shows that the descendants of the deportation are Josiah and Jeconiah].

'thj tou Ourioj' The [fem] of the Uriah [masc]' obviously refers to the [wife] of Uriah, since Uriah is masculine but 'the' is feminine in the Greek. Whereas 'thj metoikesiaj' could be '[thj] thj metoikesiaj', [the] of the deportation. Both 'descendant' genea and 'deportation' metoikesiaj are feminine nouns in Greek. The Greek must be referring to the descendant of deportation, not the deportation itself. Just as Solomon was out of Uriah's wife, Bath-sheba, not Uriah himself! So the Greek construction refering to Uriah's wife is a clue from the holy spirit showing us how to interpret 'until of the deportation'. Furthermore there were two descendants during the deportation which lasted 70 years, Josiah and Jeconiah. So the scripture would be false it is just referred to the deportation. There were 15 descendants from the deportation until Jesus. 

CNC (1,7,8,6,8,5,6,6,6,6,4,5,6,6,6,5,8)= 99
INC Book of Genealogy, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Judah, Brothers, Perez, Zerah, Tamar, Hezron, Ram, Amminadab, Nashon, Salmon, Boaz, Rahab, Obed, Ruth, Jesse, David, King, Solomon, Rehoboam, Abijah, Asa, Jehoshaphat, Jehoram, Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, Hezekiah, Manasseh, Amon, Josiah, Jeconiah, Deportation of Babylon, Shealtiel, Zerubbabel, Abiud, Eliakim, Azor, Zadok. Achim, Eliud, Eleazar, Matthan, Joseph, Husband of Mary, Jesus, Christ, Descendants = 51  

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Second attempt - CORRECT...

1 The book of the genealogy of Jesus, Christ, son of David, son of Abraham:
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Abraham generated Isaac; Isaac generated Jacob; Jacob generated Judah and his brothers;
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Judah generated Perez and Zerah [twins] out [ek + genitive] of Tamar; Perez generated Hezron; Hezron generated Ram;
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Ram generated Amminadab; Amminadab generated Nahshon; Nahshon generated Salmon;
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Salmon generated Boaz out [ek + genitive] of Rahab; Boaz generated Obed out [ek + genitive] of Ruth; Obed generated Jesse;
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Jesse generated David, the king. David generated Solomon out of the [wife] of the Uriah;
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Solomon generated Rehoboam; Rehoboam generated Abijah; Abijah generated Asa; [7]
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Asa generated Jehoshaphat; Jehoshaphat generated Jehoram; Jehoram generated Uzziah;
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Uzziah generated Jotham; Jotham generated Ahaz; Ahaz generated Hezekiah;
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Hezekiah generated Manasseh; Manasseh generated Amon; Amon generated Josiah;
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Josiah generated Jeconiah and his brothers upon [at the time] of the deportation of Babylon [Prepositional Genitive].
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After [meta] the [accusative] deportation of Babylon, Jeconiah generated Shealtiel; Shealtiel generated Zerubbabel;
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Zerubbabel generated Abiud; Abiud generated Eliakim; Eliakim generated Azor;
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Azor generated Zadok; Zadok generated Achim; Achim generated Eliud;
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Eliud generated Eleazar; Eleazar generated Matthan; Matthan generated Jacob;
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Jacob generated Joseph, the husband/Man [anhr] of Mary, out of whom was generated Jesus, the [one] called Christ. [16]
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All the descendants, then, from Abraham until David, were 14 descendants, and from David until [ewj + genitive of time - Thayer] of the deportation of Babylon 14 descendants [14 descendants ending with Josiah, the first descendant of the deportation], and from [apo + genitive] of the deportation of Babylon until [ewj + genitive of time - Thayer] of the Christ 14 descendants [14 descendants starting with Jeconiah, the second descendant of the deportation]. [7]

CNC = 7+16+7 = 30 (3 threads)
INC Book of Genealogy (1), Judah (2), Brothers (2), King (1), Solomon (2), Uzziah (2), Hezekiah (2), Manasseh (2), Josiah (2), Jeconiah (2), Deportation of Babylon (4), Husband of Mary (1), Jesus (1), Christ (2), Descendants (4) = 15 (3 threads)

'thj tou Ourioj' The [feminine] of the [masculine] Uriah ' obviously refers to the [wife] of Uriah, since Uriah is masculine but 'the' is feminine in the Greek.

Indeclinable nouns (in purple) are invariant in symbolic meaning. 

Abraham to David is 14 descendants inclusive. David to Josiah is 14 descendants inclusive. Jeconiah to Jesus is 14 descendants inclusive. 

Multiple designations: Jesus, Christ. Joseph, the husband of Mary. David, the King. So these 3 each stand for two characters in the totality of threads.

2 word threads. 

Possessive double designations such as The book of the genealogy of Jesus, Christ, son of David, son of Abraham just substitute into existing threads (and not substitute non existing threads such as son of David, Son of Abraham)

In word2, the double designation, Joseph, the man of Mary shows that the line is human. But the one called the Christ is generated/born in a greater way. He is born again. This is the sanctification line from Abraham to Joseph. Joseph did not sanctify Jesus. But the patriarchs in the line to Jesus sanctified the son in that line. And Christ means anointed. 

So Word1 is also an angelic genealogy since 'Descendants' takes two meanings, angelic and human, and it cannot be the human maternal line of Luke since literal Abraham to David are in that line but they must take a greater meaning in Word1. So it is the angelic descent of the Angel Michael, the one known as Jesus, he was an angel!

Abraham cannot be God because we are told that there are 14 generations/descendants from Abraham to David, yet David is the 13th generation after Abraham. So Abraham himself is a generation/descendant and so was generated. God was not generated. But the above will be a complete genealogy of the Angel Michael. So angelic Abraham must be Satan/Lucifer, the father of a crowd of angelic nations, the original firstborn angel. .

Jeconiah is the 27th generation after Abraham, so represents a 28th generation angel. There was a heavenly deportation to an archetypical Babylon! Jesus is the 13th generation after Jeconiah. So Michael is a 41st generation angel. So the line from Jehovah to Michael is 42 characters long angelically. Perhaps the question asked by the mega computer in Hitch-hikers guide to the galaxy was: How many angels are there in the ancestral line from the first God to the second God? Answer: 42!

14 On account of this I bend my knees to the Father
15 to whom every family in heaven and on earth owes its name (Ephesians 3).

Now all the indeclinable nouns are invariant in the symbolism. So the names not only apply to humans but also to their angelic archetypes. Therefore please say hello to the following 3 female angels

Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, And the following 34 male angels...

Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Perez, Zerah
Hezron, Ram, Amminadab, Nahshon, Salmon;
Boaz, Obed, Jesse, David, Rehoboam, Abijah, Asa
Jehoshaphat; Jehoram; Jotham, Ahaz, Amon, Shealtiel
Zerubbabel, Abiud, Eliakim, Azor, Zadok, Achim
Eliud, Eleazar, Matthan, Jacob2, Joseph !

Matthew 1:1-17 is not parallel.

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18 But the birth of Jesus, Christ was in-this-way. [Upon - implied epi] his Mother, Mary [maria] [His true genetic mother was the non adamic version of Mary. So Mary will do as a Metonym] having been promised-in-marriage to Joseph, before they were united, she was found in belly having out of [ek] spirit holy.
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However, Joseph, her man/husband, because he was righteous and did not want to make-a-public-spectacle of her, intended to divorce her secretly.
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But after he had thought these [things] over, look! [The] angel of [the] Lord appeared to him according to dream, saying: Joseph, son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary, your woman/wife home, for that which has been begotten in her is out of [ek] holy spirit.
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She will give birth to a son, and you must call his name Jesus, for he will save his people from their sins.
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But this all has happened in order that might be fulfilled the [word] spoken by [upo] [the] Lord through his prophet, saying:
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Look! The virgin in belly will have and will give birth to a son, and they will call his name Immanuel [a Hebrew title, not a declinable Greek noun] which means, when translated, With us is God.
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Then Joseph woke up from his sleep [upnou] and did as the angel of [the] Lord had directed him, and he took along his woman/wife [home].
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But he had no intercourse-with-her until she gave birth to a son, and he called his name Jesus.

CNC (5,1,6,5,0,1,3,3)  = 24 (3 threads)
INC Birth of Jesus, Birth of Christ, Mother, Mary, Belly, Spirit, Man, Angel of Lord, Dream, Son, Woman, Son, Name, Jesus, People, Sins, God, Sleep = 18 (3 threads)

SCNC = 6 (1 thread)
SINC = Lord, Prophet, Virgin, Belly, Son, Name = 6 

'Birth of Jesus' and 'Birth of Christ' both contribute to the INC because there is a 2nd Word thread.

The account in Luke 1 is not parallel, it is about Gabriel appearing to Mary, whereas Matthew is about Gabriel appearing to Joseph.

Dream speech is NOT comparative

Matthew 1:18-25 is not parallel.
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MATTHEW CHAPTER 2
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Now [at the time - implied epi] of Jesus having been born in Bethlehem of Judea in [the] days of Herod, the king, look! Magi [bible decoders of FDS2 and FDS4] from easts/eastern-parts [anatolh] came into Jerusalem,
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saying: Where is the one born king of the Jewish [ones]? For we saw his star [when we were] in the east [anatolh], and we have come to do obeisance to him.
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At hearing this the King, Herod, was agitated, and all Jerusalem along with him;
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and on gathering together all the chief-priests and scribes of the people he began to inquire of them where the Christ was to be born.
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The [ones] said to him: In Bethlehem of Judea; for like-this [outwj] it has been written through the prophet
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'And you, Oh Bethlehem in [dative] the land of Judah, are by no means the least [city] in the governors of Judah; for out of you will come forth a governing [one], who will shepherd my people, Israel [pronoun imbalance but substitutes OK].'
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Then Herod secretly summoned the Magi and carefully ascertained from them the time [cronon] of the appearing star;
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and, when sending them into Bethlehem, he said: Go make a careful search concerning [peri] the little-child [paidion], and when you have found it report back to me, that I too may go and do it obeisance.
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But the [ones] having heard [ek] of the king, went-their-way; and, look! the star they had seen [when they were] in the east went ahead of them, until it stood above [epanw] where the little-child [paidion] was.
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On seeing the star they rejoiced exceedingly [with] great joy.
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And when they went into the house they saw the little-child [paidion] with Mary, its mother, and, falling down, they did obeisance to it. They also opened their treasures and presented to it gifts, gold [JAC, kings] and frankincense [ICC, priests] and myrrh [1AC citizens preserved].
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However, having been divinely warned according to a dream not to return to Herod, they withdrew to their country by [dia] another way.

CNC (5,3,3,3,0,0,3,1,4,2,9,4) = 37

13 After they had withdrawn, look! [The] angel of [the] Lord appeared in a dream to Joseph, saying: Get up, take the little-child [paidion] and its mother and flee into Egypt, and stay there until I speak to you; for Herod is about to search for the little-child [paidion] to destroy it.
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So he got up and took along the little-child [paidion] and its mother [epi] of night [not adverbial use] and withdrew into Egypt,
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and he stayed there until [ewj] the decease of Herod, for that to be fulfilled which was spoken by [upo] Lord through the prophet, saying: Out of [ek] Egypt I called my son.
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Then Herod, seeing he had been outwitted by [upo] the Magi, was greatly enraged, and he sent out and took out all the children [paidaj], the [ones] in Bethlehem and in all its districts, from aged 2 and under, according to the time that he had carefully ascertained from [para] the Magi.
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Then was fulfilled the [word] spoken through [dia] Jeremiah, the prophet [does not substitute at verse 23], saying:
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A voice was heard in Ramah, weeping and much wailing; Rachel weeping-over her kids [teknon], and she was unwilling to take comfort, because they are no more.
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Now [at the time - epi] of Herod having deceased, look! The angel of [the] Lord appeared in a dream to Joseph in Egypt
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and said: Get up, take the little-child [paidion] and its mother and be-on-your-way into the land of Israel, for those who were seeking the soul of the little-child [paidion] have died.
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So he got up and took the little-child [paidion] and its mother and entered into the land of Israel.
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But hearing that Archelaus is reigning [epi] of Judea instead of [anti] his father, Herod, he became afraid to depart for there. Moreover, being given divine warning in a dream, he withdrew into the parts of Galilee,
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and came and dwelt in a city named Nazareth, that might be fulfilled the [word] spoken through the prophets: He will be called a Nazarene.

CNC (7,4,3,6,0,0,4,4,3,6,1)=38+37=75 (3 threads)
INC Jesus, Days of Herod, Days of the King, Magi, East, Jerusalem, Star, King, Herod, Chief-Priests, Scribes, Christ, (Time of Star), (Little-child), Joy, House, Mary, Mother, Treasures, Gifts, Gold, Frankincense, Myrrh, Dream, Country, Way, Angel of Lord, Night, Egypt, Decease of Herod, Lord, Children, Districts, Time, Land of Israel, Soul of Little-child, Archelaus, Judea, Father, Parts of Galilee, City = 39 (3 threads) .

SCNC = 12 (2 threads).
SINC Prophet (3), Land of Judah, Governors of Judah, People, Egypt, son, Jeremiah, Voice, Kids, Nazarene = 10 (2 threads)

Matthew 2:1-23 is not parallel.

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MATTHEW CHAPTER 3
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In those days John, the Baptist came preaching in the desolate [part] [substantive due to 'the'] of the Judea,
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saying: Repent, for the kingdom of the heavens has drawn near.
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For this is the [one] spoken of through [dia] Isaiah, the prophet saying: A Voice of [one] crying in the desolate [place], 'Prepare the way of [the] Lord [FDS1 was the 'way', this symbolism was not known to Isaiah. But this happened literally too in that the angels prepared the people on his path?] Make his roads [tribouj] straight.'
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But this very John had his clothing from hairs of camel and a leathery girdle around the loin of him; now his food [trofh] was locusts and wild honey.

5 Then [tote] Jerusalem and all the Judaean [ones] [Ioudaia] [could be the noun Judea or the adjective Judean. We take it as the adjective] and all the surrounding-country [pericwroj - an adjective acting as a noun] of the Jordan made-their-way-out to him,
6
and they were baptized by him in the Jordan River, openly confessing their sins.

Literal CNC =18
Symbolic CNC=3
Literal INC Days, John, Baptist, Kingdom of heavens, Isaiah, Prophet, Clothing, Hairs of Camel, Girdle, Loin, Food, Locusts, Honey, Jerusalem, Jordan. River, Sins = 17

7 Having seen many [ones] of the Pharisees and Sadducees [partitive genitive] coming to the baptism, he said to them: Generated-ones of vipers [generated/produced - Liddell and Scott gives wide meaning - through character corruption by metaphorical snakes], who has intimated to you to flee from the coming wrath?
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So then produce fruit [one] worthy [axion] of repentance [incomplete noun characterised adjectives act substantively],
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and do not presume to say to yourselves, '[for] a father [by the 1AC] we have Abraham.' For I say to you that God is able to raise up children to Abraham out of [ek] these stones [the ones John was baptising in the Jordan - who will one day baptise into the 1AC].
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Already the axe is lying at the root of the trees; every tree, then, that does not produce fine fruit is to be cut down and thrown into the fire.
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I, indeed, baptize you in [en] water into [eij] repentance; but the one coming after me is stronger than I am, whose sandals I am not fit to take off. That one will baptize you in holy spirit and fire [the OMC might be with actual fire].
12
His winnowing-shovel is in his hand, and he will completely clean up his threshing-floor, and will gather his wheat into the storehouse, but the chaff he will burn up with fire that cannot be put out.

Literal  CNC = 10
Symbolic  CNC = 17
LINC Pharisees, Sadducees, Baptism, Generated-ones of Vipers, Wrath, God, Water, Repentance, Spirit, Fire =10

Matthew CNC = 18 +10 = 28
Matthew INC  Days, John, Baptist, Kingdom of heavens, Isaiah, Prophet, Clothing, Hairs of Camel, Girdle, Loin, Food, Locusts, Honey, Jerusalem, Jordan, River, Sins, Pharisees, Sadducees, Baptism, Generated-ones of Vipers, Wrath, God, Water, Repentance, Spirit, Fire = 27

Matthew SCNC = 3 + 17 = 20
Matthew SINC Voice, Way of Lord, Roads, Fruit worthy of Repentance, Father, Children, Stones, Axe, Root of Trees, Tree, Fruit, Fire, Sandals, Winnowing-shovel, Hand, Threshing-floor, Wheat, Storehouse, Chaff = 19

Matthew 3:1-12 and Mark 1:1-8 and Luke 3:1-18 are parallel literally. If not then Paul, Russell and I are wearing leather loin cloths and eating locusts and honey. The totals are in Luke.

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13 Then Jesus came from Galilee to the Jordan to [proj] John, in order to be baptized by him.
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But the [one - WH] [John?? - NA26] tried to prevent him, saying: I, I have need to be baptized by you [John the human needed a sealing from Michael the angel], and you are coming to me?
15
In reply Jesus said to him: Let it be, for now, for thus it is suitable for us to carry out all righteousness [Immanuel had to join the first Christian church, the body for Michael]. Then he quit preventing him (Matthew 3).

CNC (4,1,2)=7
INC Jesus (2), Galilee, Jordan, John, Need, Righteousness = 6

16
After being baptized Jesus immediately came up from the water, [left the river] and, look! the heavens were opened up, and he saw descending as-if [wsei] [it were] a dove [the] spirit of God coming upon him.
17
And Look! a voice out of [ek] the heavens saying: This [dove you are seeing] is the Son of me, the beloved [one] [pronoun imbalance but no further substitutions], in whom I have delighted (Matthew 3).

CNC (4,3) = 7
INC Jesus, Water, Heavens, Spirit of God, Voice, Son = 6
Verse 13-17 CNC = 14
Verse 13-17 INC Jesus (3), Galilee, Jordan, John, Need, Righteousness, Water, Heavens (2), Spirit of God, Voice, Son = 11

Mark 1:9-11 and Matthew 3:13-17 and Luke 3:21-38 are parallel but John 1:29-34 is not, being set after the 40 days Jesus spent in the wilderness. Totals in Luke.

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MATTHEW CHAPTER 4
1 Then [tote] Jesus [the 1NC saints on earth, his body, are also literally called Jesus, being his wife, the same flesh by covenant] was-led-up into the desolate [place] under [upo] the spirit to be tempted by [upo] the Devil [diabouloj an adjective meaning slanderous, but used substantively as slanderous [one]].
2
And having fasted 40 days and 40 nights, finally, he felt hungry.
3
Also, the [one] tempting came and said to him: If a son you are of the God, tell the stones these [outoj] to become loaves/breads [artoi] [a mechanism to stop bible research. Members of the church become the channel for holy spirit, the only people able to understand the bible, the wide awake John Class] .
4
But in reply he said: It is written, 'Man must not live on bread [artw] alone, but on every utterance coming forth through the mouth of God.'
5
Then the Devil took him along into the holy city, and he stationed him upon the apex of the temple
6
and said to him: If a son you are of God [word order is pretty irrelevant in Greek], hurl yourself down [katw] [abandon your priesthood to non 1NC saints]; for it is written, 'To his angels he will give-a-charge concerning you, and they will carry you upon hands, that you may at no time strike your foot against a stone.' 
7
Jesus said to him: Again it is written, 'You must not put-to-the-test [the] Lord, your God.'
8
Again the Devil took him along into an unusually high mountain, and showed him all the kingdoms of the world and their glory, [in an instant of time - some mountain, this was Satan's heavenly administration]
9
and he said to him: All these things I will give you if you fall down and worship to me [just sign this little UN NGO agreement and I will give you all the kingdoms of the world as your territory - with UN approval].
10
Then Jesus said to him: Go away, Satan! For it is written, 'It is [the] Lord, your God you must worship, and it is to him alone you must render-sacred-service.'
11
Then the Devil left him, and, look! angels came and began to minister to him.

CNC = 16  (2 Threads)
INC  Jesus, Spirit, Days, Nights, Son of God, Stones, Breads, City, Apex of Temple, Kingdoms of World, Glory, Satan, Angels = 13. 
SCNC = 13

Matthew 4:1-11 and Mark 1:12-13 and Luke 4:1-13 are obviously parallel accounts of Jesus' temptation by Satan.

Applying the binary question principle hereby extended to the binary option principle, in the Word1, the 1NC saints make all the mistakes that Jesus did not make. However they still say all the right things as Jesus also said in the account, but they are hypocrites, that say one thing and do the other. 

10 No calamity will befall you, And not even a plague will draw near to your tent.
11 For he will give his own angels a command concerning you, To guard you in all your ways.
12 Upon their hands they will carry you, That you may not strike your foot against any stone (Psalm 91).

We recite the parallel accounts in Mark and Luke below just this once...

12 And immediately [temporal connect] the spirit impelled him to go into the desolate [place].
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And he was in the desolate [place] 40 days, being tempted by [upo] Satan, and he was with [meta] the wild-beasts, and the angels were ministering to him (Mark 1).

CNC = 5
INC Spirit, Days24hour, Satan, Wild-beasts, Angels = 5

1 Now Jesus, [one] full [not verb 'filled' but adjective 'full', plhrhj] of holy spirit, turned away from [apo] the Jordan, and he was led about in the spirit in the desolate [place].
2 for 40 days [40 months during the gap in the presence before the Revelation of John appeared?] while being tempted by [upo] the Devil. Furthermore, he ate nothing in those days, and so, when they were concluded, he felt hungry.
3 At this the Devil said to him: If a son you are of God, tell this stone to become bread/a loaf  [artoj].
4 But Jesus replied to him: It is written, 'Man must not live on bread [artw] alone.'
5 So he brought him up and showed him all the kingdoms of the inhabited [earth] in an instant of time;
6 and the Devil said to him: I will give you all this authority and the glory of them, because it has been delivered to me, and to whomever I wish I give it.
7 You, therefore, if you do an act of worship before me, it will all be yours.
8 In reply Jesus said to him: It is written, '[The] Lord, your God you must worship, and it is to him alone you must render-sacred-service.'
9 Now he led him into Jerusalem  [ierousalhm] [the name first used for Melchizedek's earthly administration of the true religion] and stationed [him] upon the apex of the temple and said to him: If a son you are of God, hurl yourself down [katw] from here;
10 for it is written that, 'To his angels he will give-a-charge concerning you, to preserve you,'
11 and that, 'They will carry you on hands, that you may not anytime strike your foot against a stone.'
12 And having answered Jesus said to him that it has been said, 'You must not test out [the] Lord, your God.'
13 So the Devil, having concluded all the temptation, retired from him until an appointed-time [kairou] (Luke 4).

CNC = 19
Luke INC Jesus, Jordan, Spirit, Days, Son of God, Stone, Bread, Kingdoms, Instant of Time, Authority, Glory, Apex of Temple, Temptation, Appointed-time = 14
SCNC = 10

Matthew INC  Jesus, Spirit, Days, Nights, Son of God, Stones, Breads, City, Apex of Temple, Kingdoms of World, Glory, Satan, Angels = 13. 

Mark INC Spirit, Days, Satan, Wild-Beasts, Angels = 5

Matthew + Mark + Luke: CNC 16 + 5 + 19 = 40 (2 threads)
Matthew + Mark + Luke: INC Jesus, Jordan, Spirit, Days, Son of God, Stone, Bread, Kingdoms, Instant of Time, Authority, Glory, Apex of Temple, Temptation, Appointed-time = 14,
Nights, City, Kingdoms of World, Satan, Angels = 19, Wild-Beasts = 20 (2 threads).   

Matthew + Mark + Luke: SCNC 13 + 10 = 23 (1 thread)

Jesus' wife fails the 3 tests in FDS1 and FDS3 that Jesus himself passed.

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12 Now when he heard that John had been arrested, he withdrew into Galilee.
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And having left Nazareth, he came and took up residence into [eij] Capernaum, the seaside [town] in [en] the districts [plural] of Zebulun and of Naphtali,
14
that there might be fulfilled what was spoken through Isaiah, the prophet, saying:
15
Oh land of Zebulun and land of Naphtali, way of the sea, across/beyond [peran used non- substantively, no 'the'] the Jordan, Galilee of the nations!
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the people, the [one] sitting in darkness, saw a great light, and for the [ones] sitting in a region/country [of death] [not a physical region of death, but a false worshipping congregation of death] and in a shadow of death, for them light rose up.

17 From then [tote] Jesus commenced preaching and saying: Repent, for the kingdom of the heavens has drawn near.

LCNC =7
LINC John, Galilee, Districts of Zebulun and of Napthali, Isaiah, Prophet, Jesus, Kingdom of heavens = 7

18 Walking (peripatwn roam around) alongside the sea of Galilee he saw 2 brothers, Simon, the [one] named Peter, and Andrew, his brother, casting (ballontaj) a fishing-net (amfiblhstron what is thrown around) into the sea, for they were fishers
19 And he said to them: Come after me, and I will make you fishers of men
20 At once leaving the nets (diktua), they followed him.
21 And having gone on (probaj) from there he saw 2 other brothers (allouj duo adelfouj), James, the [one] of the Zebedee, and John, his brother, in the boat with Zebedee, their father, mending their nets (diktua), and he called them. 
22 At once leaving the boat and their father, they followed him (Matthew 4). [21]

23 And he went around in all Galilee, teaching in their synagogues and preaching the good- news of the kingdom and curing every sickness and every infirmity in the people [thereby fulfilling Isaiah quoted in verses 15-16 above].

CNC (9,0,1,8,2,6) = 26
INC Sea of Galilee, Brothers, Simon, Peter, Andrew, Fishing-net, Sea, Fishers, Nets, James, John, Boat, Zebedee, Father, Galilee, Synagogues, Good-news of Kingdom, Sickness, Infirmity, People = 20

Matthew: INC John, Galilee, Districts of Zebulun and of Naphtali, Isaiah, Prophet, Jesus, Kingdom of heavens =10, (Sea of Galilee), Brothers, Simon, Peter, Andrew, Fishing-net, Sea, Fishers, Nets, James, John, Boat, Zebedee, Father, Synagogues, Good-news of Kingdom, Sickness, Infirmity, People = 25

Mark 1:14-20 and Matthew 4:12-23 are parallel.

Mark CNC = 7 + 17 = 24
Mark INC
John, Jesus, Galilee, Good-news of God, Appointed-time, Kingdom of God, Good-News, (Sea of Galilee), Simon, Andrew, (Brother of Simon), Sea, Fishers, Nets, James, John, Brother, Boat, Father, Zebedee, Hired-men = 19 

Total CNC 7+26+24 = 57 (3 threads).

Matthew + Mark: INC John, Galilee, Districts of Zebulun and of Napthali, Isaiah, Prophet, Jesus, Kingdom of heavens = 10, (Sea of Galilee), Brothers, Simon, Peter, Andrew, Fishing-net, Sea, Fishers, Nets, James, John, Boat, Zebedee, Father, Synagogues, Good-news of Kingdom, Sickness, Infirmity, People = 25, Good-news of God, Appointed-time, Kingdom of God, Good-news, (Brother of Simon), Hired-men = 30 (3 threads)

Matthew + Mark SCNC = 12+1=13

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24
And the report [akoh] of him went out into all Syria. And they brought him all the [ones] holding badly, and being afflicted by various sicknesses and torments, being-demon-possessed and being-epileptic and paralyzed [ones], and he cured them.  
25 And great crowds followed him from Galilee and Decapolis and Jerusalem and Judea and from across/beyond [peran] [not definite, used as a proposition] of the Jordan.

CNC = 10 (1 thread)
INC = Report, Syria, Sicknesses, Torments, Crowds, Galilee, Decapolis, Jerusalem, Judea, Jordan = 10.

Luke 4:31-37 and Mark 1:21-28 are parallel. Matthew 4:24-25 is not parallel. Syria is not the surrounding country of Galilee.

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MATTHEW CHAPTER 5
1
When he saw the crowds he went up into the mountain [on 2019Shebat9, the 5th marriage Pentecost when he enters into and takes over Zoar]; and having sat down his disciples came to him;
2
and having opened his mouth, he began teaching them [A sentence count is triggered by the body part - mouth], saying:
3
Happy are those conscious of their spiritual need, since the kingdom of the heavens belongs to them.
4
Happy are those who mourn, since they will be comforted.
5
Happy are the mild-tempered ones, since they will inherit the earth.
6
Happy are those hungering and thirsting for righteousness, since they will be filled.
7
Happy are the merciful, since they will be shown mercy.
8
Happy are the pure in heart, since they will see God.
9
Happy are the peaceable, since they will be called 'sons of God.'
10
Happy are those who have been persecuted for righteousness' sake, since the kingdom of the heavens belongs to them.
11
Happy are you when people reproach you and persecute you and lyingly say every sort of wicked thing against you for my sake.
12
Rejoice and exult, since your reward is great in the heavens; for in that way they persecuted the prophets prior to you.
13
you are the salt of the earth; but if the salt loses its strength, how will its saltiness be restored? It is no longer usable for anything but to be thrown outside to be trampled on by men.

9 happinesses are 9 months precisely from 2019Shebat9/10 to 2020Heshvan10 the last day of Christian Kingdom seizing by Zoarites..

14 You are the light of the world. A city cannot be hid when situated on-top [epanw] of a mountain.
15 neither they light lamp and they set it under the measuring-basket but upon the lampstand, and it shines to all the (ones) in the house.
16 Thus let shine the light of you before the men, so that they might see of you the fine works and they might glorify the Father of you the (one) in the heavens. (Matthew 5 KIT)

SCNC = 8
SINC Light of the world, City, Mountain, Lamp, Measuring-basket, Lampstand, House, Light

Matthew 5:14-16 and Mark 4:21-23 and Luke 8:16-18 and Luke 11:33 are parallel - See Luke 8.

17 Do not think I came to destroy the Law or the Prophets. I came, not to destroy, but to fulfill;
18
for truly I say to you that sooner would heaven and earth pass away than for one smallest letter or one particle of a letter to pass away from the Law by any means and not all things take place.
19
Whoever, therefore, breaks one of these least commandments and teaches mankind to that effect, he will be called 'least' in relation to the kingdom of the heavens. As for anyone who does them and teaches them, this one will be called 'great' in relation to the kingdom of the heavens.
20
For I say to you that if your righteousness does not abound more than that of the Scribes and Pharisees, you will by no means enter into the kingdom of the heavens.
21
you heard that it was said to those of ancient times, 'You must not murder; but whoever commits a murder will be accountable to the court of justice.'
22
However, I say to you that everyone who continues wrathful with his brother will be accountable to the court of justice; but whoever addresses his brother with an unspeakable word of contempt will be accountable to the Supreme Court; whereas whoever says, 'You despicable fool!' will be liable to the fiery Gehenna.
23
If, then, you are bringing your gift to the altar and you there remember that your brother has something against you,
24
leave your gift there in front of the altar, and go away; first make your peace with your brother, and then, when you have come back, offer up your gift.
25
Be about settling matters quickly with the one complaining against you at law, while you are with him on the way there, that somehow the complainant may not turn you over to the judge, and the judge to the court attendant, and you get thrown into prison.
26
I say to you for a fact, You will certainly not come out from there until you have paid over the last coin of very little value.
27
you heard that it was said, 'You must not commit adultery.'
28
But I say to you that everyone that keeps on looking at a woman so as to have a passion for her has already committed adultery with her in his heart.
29
If, now, that right eye of yours is making you stumble, tear it out and throw it away from you. For it is more beneficial to you for one of your members to be lost to you than for your whole body to be pitched into Gehenna [a non corporeal existence, whereby you lose all of your body members].
30
Also, if your right hand is making you stumble, cut it off and throw it away from you. For it is more beneficial to you for one of your members to be lost than for your whole body to land in Gehenna.
31
Moreover it was said, 'Whoever divorces his wife, let him give her a certificate of divorce.'
32
However, I say to you that everyone divorcing his wife, except on account of fornication, makes her a subject for adultery, and whoever marries a divorced woman commits adultery.
33
Again you heard that it was said to those of ancient times, 'You must not swear without performing, but you must pay your vows to Jehovah.'
34
However, I say to you: Do not swear at all, neither by heaven, because it is God's throne;
35
nor by earth, because it is the footstool of his feet; nor by Jerusalem, because it is the city of the great King.
36
Nor by your head must you swear, because you cannot turn one hair white or black.
37
Just let your word Yes mean Yes, your No, No; for what is in excess of these is from the wicked one.
38
you heard that it was said, 'Eye for eye and tooth for tooth.'
39
However, I say to you: Do not resist him that is wicked; but whoever slaps you on your right cheek, turn the other also to him.
40
And if a person wants to go to court with you and get possession of your inner garment, let your outer garment also go to him;
41
and if someone under authority impresses you into service for a mile, go with him 2 miles.
42
Give to the one asking you, and do not turn away from one that wants to borrow from you [without interest].
43
you heard that it was said, 'You must love your neighbor and hate your enemy.'
44
However, I say to you: Continue to love your enemies and to pray for those persecuting you;
45
that you may prove yourselves sons of your Father who is in the heavens, since he makes his sun rise upon wicked people and good and makes it rain upon righteous people and unrighteous.
46
For if you love those loving you, what reward do you have? Are not also the tax collectors doing the same thing?
47
And if you greet your brothers only, what extraordinary thing are you doing? Are not also the people of the nations doing the same thing?
48
you must accordingly be perfect, as your heavenly Father is perfect.

MATTHEW CHAPTER 6
1
Take good care not to practice your righteousness in front of men in order to be observed by them; otherwise you will have no reward with your Father who is in the heavens.
2
Hence when you go making gifts of mercy, do not blow a trumpet ahead of you, just as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, that they may be glorified by men. Truly I say to you, They are having their reward in full.
3
But you, when making gifts of mercy, do not let your left hand know what your right is doing,
4
that your gifts of mercy may be in secret; then your Father who is looking on in secret will repay you.
5
Also, when you pray, you must not be as the hypocrites; because they like to pray standing in the synagogues and on the corners of the broad ways to be visible to men. Truly I say to you, They are having their reward in full.
6
You, however, when you pray, go into your private room and, after shutting your door, pray to your Father who is in secret; then your Father who looks on in secret will repay you.
7
But when praying, do not say the same things over and over again, just as the people of the nations do, for they imagine they will get a hearing for their use of many words.
8
So, do not make yourselves like them, for God your Father knows what things you are needing before ever you ask him.
9
you must pray, then, this way: 'Our Father in the heavens, let your name be sanctified.
10
Let your kingdom come. Let your will take place, as in heaven, also upon earth.
11
Give us today our bread for this day;
12
and forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors.
13
And do not bring us into temptation, but deliver us from the wicked one.'
14
For if you forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you;
15
whereas if you do not forgive men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses.
16
When you are fasting, stop becoming sad-faced like the hypocrites, for they disfigure their faces that they may appear to men to be fasting. Truly I say to you, They are having their reward in full.
17
But you, when fasting, grease your head and wash your face,
18
that you may appear to be fasting, not to men, but to your Father who is in secrecy; then your Father who is looking on in secrecy will repay you.
19
Stop storing up for yourselves treasures upon the earth, where moth and rust consume, and where thieves break in and steal.
20
Rather, store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust consumes, and where thieves do not break in and steal.
21
For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.
22
The lamp of the body is the eye. If, then, your eye is pure/true/focussed, your whole body will be bright;
23
but if your eye is wicked, your whole body will be dark. If in reality the light that is in you is darkness, how great that darkness is!
24
No one can slave for 2 masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will stick to the one and despise the other. You cannot slave for God and for Riches.
25
On this account I say to you: Stop being anxious about your souls as to what you will eat or what you will drink, or about your bodies as to what you will wear. Does not the soul mean more than food and the body than clothing?
26
Observe intently the birds of heaven, because they do not sow seed or reap or gather into storehouses; still your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not worth more than they are?
27
Who of you by being anxious can add one cubit to his life span?
28
Also, on the matter of clothing, why are you anxious? Take a lesson from the lilies of the field, how they are growing; they do not toil, nor do they spin;
29
but I say to you that not even Solomon in all his glory was arrayed as one of these.
30
If, now, God thus clothes the vegetation of the field, which is here today and tomorrow is thrown into the oven, will he not much rather clothe you, you with little faith?
31
So never be anxious and say, 'What are we to eat?' or, 'What are we to drink?' or, 'What are we to put on?'
32
For all these are the things the nations are eagerly pursuing. For your heavenly Father knows you need all these things.
33
Keep on, then, seeking first the kingdom and his righteousness, and all these [other] things will be added to you.
34
So, never be anxious about the next day, for the next day will have its own anxieties. Sufficient for each day is its own badness.

MATTHEW CHAPTER 7
1
Stop judging that you may not be judged;
2
for with what judgment you are judging, you will be judged; and with the measure that you are measuring out, they will measure out to you.
3
Why, then, do you look at the straw in your brother's eye, but do not consider the rafter in your own eye?
4
Or how can you say to your brother, 'Allow me to extract the straw from your eye'; when, look! a rafter is in your own eye?
5
Hypocrite! First extract the rafter from your own eye, and then you will see clearly how to extract the straw from your brother's eye.


6
Do not give what is holy to dogs, neither throw your pearls before swine, that they may never trample them under their feet and turn around and rip you open.


7
Keep on asking, and it will be given you; keep on seeking, and you will find; keep on knocking, and it will be opened to you.
8
For everyone asking receives, and everyone seeking finds, and to everyone knocking it will be opened.
9
Indeed, who is the man among you whom his son asks for bread -- he will not hand him a stone, will he?
10
Or, perhaps, he will ask for a fish -- he will not hand him a serpent, will he?
11
Therefore, if you, although being wicked, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more so will your Father who is in the heavens give good things to those asking him?


12
All things, therefore, that you want men to do to you, you also must likewise do to them; this, in fact, is what the Law and the Prophets mean.


13
Go in through the narrow gate; because broad and spacious is the road leading off into destruction, and many are the ones going in through it;
14
whereas narrow is the gate and cramped the road leading off into life, and few are the ones finding it.


15
Be on the watch for the false prophets that come to you in sheep's covering, but inside they are ravenous wolves.
16
By their fruits you will recognize them. Never do people gather grapes from thorns or figs from thistles, do they?
17
Likewise every good tree produces fine fruit, but every rotten tree produces worthless fruit;
18
a good tree cannot bear worthless fruit, neither can a rotten tree produce fine fruit [so join the LWs].
19
Every tree not producing fine fruit gets cut down and thrown into the fire.
20
Really, then, by their fruits you will recognize those [men].


21
Not everyone saying to me, 'Lord, Lord,' will enter into the kingdom of the heavens, but the one doing the will of my Father who is in the heavens will.
22
Many will say to me in that day, ' Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name, and expel demons in your name, and perform many powerful works in your name?'
23
And yet then I will confess to them: I never knew you! Get away from me, you workers of lawlessness.

24 Therefore everyone that hears these sayings of mine and does them will be likened to a discreet man, who built his house upon the rock-mass.
25
And the rain poured down and the floods came and the winds blew and lashed against that house, but it did not cave in, for it had been founded upon the rock-mass.
26
Furthermore, everyone hearing these sayings of mine and not doing them will be likened to a foolish man, who built his house upon the sand.
27
And the rain poured down and the floods came and the winds blew and struck against that house and it caved in, and its collapse was great.

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28 Now when Jesus finished these words, the crowds were astounded at [epi + dative] his teaching;
29
for he was teaching them as [wj] [one] having authority, and not as [wj] their scribes.

MATTHEW CHAPTER 8
1
And having come down from the mountain many crowds followed him.
2 And, look! a leprous [one] came up and began doing obeisance to him, saying: Lord, if you just want to, you are able to cleanse me.
3
And so, stretching out [his] hand, he touched him, saying: I want to. Be cleansed. And immediately his leprosy was cleansed.
4
Then Jesus said to him: See that you tell no one, but go, show yourself to the priest, and offer the gift that Moses appointed, for a witness to them.

CNC = 14 
INC Jesus (2), Words, Crowds (2), Teaching, Mountain, Lord, Hand, Leprosy, Priest, Gift, Moses, Witness = 12

Mark INC Hand, Leprosy, Priest, Cleansing, Moses, Witness, Word, City, Places = 9
Luke
INC Cities, Man, Jesus, Face, Lord, Hand, Leprosy, Priest, Cleansing, Witness, Word, Crowds, Weaknesses = 13

Matthew + Mark + Luke CNC = 14 + 9 + 13 = 36 (2 threads)

Matthew + Mark + Luke INC Jesus (3), Word (3), Crowds (3), Teaching, Mountain, Lord (2), Hand (3), Leprosy (3), Priest (3), Gift, Moses (2), Witness (3) = 12, Cleansing (2), City (2), Place, Man, Face, Weaknesses = 18 (2 threads)

Matthew 7:28-8:4 and Mark 1:40-45 and Luke 5:12-16 are parallel.

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5 When he entered into Capernaum, a centurion came towards him, entreating him
6
and saying: Lord, my child [paij] is laid up lame, in the house, being terribly tormented.
7
He said to him: When I get there I will cure him.
8
In reply the centurion said: Lord, I am not fit for you to enter under my roof, but just say by word and my child will be healed.
9
For I too am a man [anqrwpoj] placed under authority, having soldiers under me, and I say to this one, 'Go!' and he goes, and to another, 'Come!' and he comes, and to my slave, 'Do this!' and he does it.
10
Well, hearing [that], Jesus became amazed and said to those following: Amen, I am saying to you, With no one in Israel have I found so-great a faith.
11
But I tell you that many [ones] from eastern-parts [anatolwn - risings] and western-parts [dusmh - settings] will come and recline [to eat] with Abraham and Isaac and Jacob in the kingdom of the heavens;
12
whereas the sons of the kingdom [of the LCC] will be thrown into the darkness, the outer [exwteron] [comparative adjective. Not a double designation, makes no sense singly]. There is where [their] weeping and the gnashing [brugmoj] of [their] teeth will be.
13
Then Jesus said to the centurion: Go. Just as [wj] you believed, let it come to pass for you. And the child was healed in that hour.

CNC (1,3,0,5,0,2,3,3,4) = 21
INC Centurion, Child, Boy, House, Roof, Word, Jesus, Faith, Eastern-parts, Western-parts, Kingdom of heavens, Sons of kingdom, Weeping, Gnashing of Teeth, Hour = 15

Matthew 8:5-13 and Luke 7:1-17 are parallel.

Total CNC 21 + 20 + 17 = 58 (2 threads)

Luke 7:1-10 INC  Sayings, Listening-ears, (Slave of centurion), Jesus, Slave, Nation, Synagogue, House, Centurion, Lord, Roof, Word, Boy, Crowd, Faith = 14

Luke 7:11-17 1NC City, Disciples, Crowd, Gate of the City, Son, Mother, Widow, (Crowd of the city), Lord, Coffin, Young-man, Fear, God, Prophet, People, Word, Judea = 16

Matthew + Luke  INC Centurion, Lord, Boy, House, Roof, Word, Jesus, Faith, Eastern-parts, Western-parts, Kingdom of heavens, Sons of kingdom, Weeping, Gnashing of Teeth, Hour = 15, Sayings, Listening-ears, Slave, Nation, Synagogue, Crowd = 21, City, Disciples, Gate of the City, Son, Mother, Widow, (Crowd of the city), Coffin, Young-man, Fear, God, Prophet, People, Judea = 34 (2 threads)

Yes, this looks like the centurion came himself, but the whole point of the account is that he has authority over men who do his bidding, so he sent others (actually devoted ones as described in Luke 7:6 - for the Centurion did not consider himself worthy to come to Jesus) to speak to Jesus on his behalf. So this account parallel to Luke 7:1-17. 

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14 And Jesus, having come into the home of Peter, saw his mother-in-law lying down and burning-with-fever.
15
So he attached himself [to] [aptw, takes a genitive direct object in middle voice - the Greek voice between active and passive, a generalised reflexive] the hand of her, and the fever left her, and she got up and began ministering to him.

CNC = 5
INC Jesus, Home of Peter, Mother-in-law, Hand, Fever = 6

Matthew 8:14-15 and Mark 1:29-31 and Luke 4:38-39 are parallel because once Jesus had cured Peter's mother-in-law of a fever, she was not going to be getting a fever again for a long time. Her immune system would have been good with fevers after that, very good with fevers!! Totals in Mark.

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16 And of evening [oyiaj] the genitive feminine of oyioj an adjective meaning late. The feminine is used as a noun meaning evening. But it is nonetheless an adjective according to Mounce and Strong's. Thucydides even used dei,lhj ovyi,aj meaning late of evening] occurring they brought him many demon-possessed [ones] and he expelled the spirits with a word, and he cured all who were faring badly;
17
in order that there might be fulfilled the [thing/word/prophecy] spoken through Isaiah, the prophet [the word spoken by Isaiah has to be fulfilled and so the whole phrase is comparative and therefore symbolic], saying: He himself took our infirmities [asqeneiaj] and carried our sicknesses [nosouj].

A prophecy which has to be fulfilled is comparative speech.

CNC = 4
INC Spirits, Word, Isaiah, Prophet = 4. 

SCNC = 4 (2 threads).
SINC Foxes, Dens, Birds of Heaven, Roosts = 4

Matthew 8:16-17 and Mark 1:32-34 and Luke 4:40-41 are parallel. Totals are in Mark

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18 But Jesus having seen a crowd around him, commanded to shove off for the other-side [peran].
19
And one scribe came up and said to him: Teacher, I will follow you wherever you are about to go.
20
But Jesus said to him: Foxes have dens and birds of heaven have roosts/dwelling places [kataskhnwseij], but the Son of the man has nowhere to lay down his head.
21
But another [one] [eteroj is an adjective used as a noun] of the disciples [partititve genitive] said to him: Lord, permit me first to leave and bury my father.
22
Jesus said to him: Keep following me, and let the dead [ones] bury their dead [ones].
23
And having himself boarded a boat, his disciples followed him.
24
Now, look! a great shaking [seismoj] arose in the sea, so that the boat was being covered under the waves/swells, he, however, was sleeping.
25
And they came and woke him up, saying: Lord, save us, we are about to perish!
26
But he said to them: Why are you fainthearted, [ones] little-faithers [oligopistoi]? Then, getting up, he rebuked the winds and the sea, and a great calm [galhnh] set in.
27
So the men [anqrwpoi] became amazed and said: What sort of [person] is this, that even the winds and the sea obey him?

LCNC (2,2,3,3,1,2,4,1,3,3) = 24 (2 threads)
LINC Jesus, Crowd, Scribe, Teacher, Son of Man, Head, Lord, Father, Boat, Disciples, Shaking, Sea, Waves, Winds, Calm, Men = 16 (2 threads)

Gadara and Gerasa were cities of Decapolis in land taken from the Girgashites, East of the Jordan and South of the Yarmuk River and North of the Jabbok river. So the land of the Gadarenes was the land of the Gerasenes which was the land of Decapolis essentially. But Matthew 8:18-27 and Mark 4:35-41 are not parallel because the herd of swine in Matthew is said to be far off whereas in Mark it is there on the mountain.

The Foxes, Dens, Birds, Roosts parables: Matthew 8:20 and Luke 9:58

20
But Jesus said to him: Foxes have dens and birds of heaven have roosts/dwelling places [kataskhnwseij], but the Son of the man has nowhere to lay down his head (Matthew 8).

58 And Jesus said to him: Foxes have dens and birds of heaven have roosts, but the Son of the man has nowhere to lay down his head (Luke 9).

Matthew 8:18-27 is not parallel.

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28 And having himself come into the other-side, into the country [cwran] of the Gadarenes, 2 demon-possessed [ones] coming out of the memorial-tombs met him, unusually fierce, so that nobody had the courage to pass by on that road.
29
And, look! they screamed, saying: What have we to do with you, Son of God? Did you come here to torment us before the appointed-time?
30
But far off [unlike Mark 5 and Luke 8 where the herd 'was there', 'on the mountain'] from them a herd of many swine was grazing.
31
Now the demons began to entreat him, saying: If you expel us, send us forth into the herd of swine.
32
Accordingly he said to them: Go away! So the [ones] having came out, went off into the swine; and, look! the entire herd rushed over [kata] the precipice into the sea and died in the waters.
33
But the [ones] feeding [them] fled and, having gone off into the city, they reported all [things], including the [things] of the demon-possessed [ones].
34
And, look! all the city came into meeting of the Jesus; and after having seen him, they entreated him to depart from their districts [orion].

MATTHEW CHAPTER 9
1
So, boarding into the boat, he crossed over and came into his own city.

CNC (3,2,1,2,5,1,3) = 17 (1 thread)
INC Country, Memorial-tombs, Road, Son of God, Appointed-Time, (Herd of Swine), Demons, Swine, Herd, Precipice, Sea, Waters, City (3), Meeting, Districts, Boat = 15

City appears 3x, every other word appears only once. So 1 thread, no word symbolic meaning.

Matthew 8:28-9:1 and Mark 4:35-41 are not parallel because the herd of swine in Matthew is said to be far off whereas in Mark it is there on the mountain.

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2
And, look! they were bringing him a paralyzed [one] having been cast upon on a bed [klinhj]. On seeing their faith Jesus said to the paralyzed [one]: Take courage, child; your sins are forgiven.
3
And, look! some/certain [ones] [tinej] of the scribes said to themselves: This [one] blasphemes.
4
And Jesus, knowing their thoughts [enqumhsij], said: Why are you thinking wicked [things] in your hearts?
5
For instance, which is easier, to say, Your sins are forgiven, or to say, Get up and walk?
6
However, in order for you to know that the Son of man has authority on earth to forgive sins - then he said to the paralyzed [one]: Get up, pick up your bed, and go to your house.
7
And having got up he went off to his house.
8
But having seen [this] the crowds were struck-with-fear, and they glorified the God, the [one] having given such [toiauthn] authority to men ['Such' is a pronoun imbalance. But there are no further verses in the account which mention God. So this is a double designation! If it was not then Matthew would count properly and therefore not be parallel. All 3 accounts are followed by the calling of Matthew = Levi, the son of Alphaeus, the tax collector].

CNC (5,1,2,1,6,1,4) = 20
INC Bed, Faith, Jesus, Child, Sins, Scribes, Thoughts, Son of man, Authority, Earth, House, Crowds, God, Men = 14

Matthew 9:2-8 and Mark 2:1-12 and Luke 5:17-26 are parallel. Totals in Mark.

paralutikoj an adjective meaning paralyzed, is used only as a noun in the New Testament. If it were counted as a noun here then CNC = 24 and INC = 16 so this could not be a parallel account but plainly it is, so paralutikoj is counted as an adjective. Parallel accounts do not count properly as stand alone accounts.

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9 And, the Jesus, passing along from there, saw a man seated at the tax-office called Matthew, and he said to him: Be following me. Thereupon he did rise up and follow him.
10
And when he was reclining in the house, look! many tax-collectors and sinful [ones] came and began reclining with Jesus and his disciples.
11
And having seen [this] the Pharisees began to say to his disciples: Why is it that your teacher eats with tax-collectors and sinful [ones]?
12
Hearing [them], he said: The [ones] being strong have no need of a healer, rather the [ones] having [fared] badly.
13
Go, then, and learn what this means, 'I want mercy, and not sacrifice.' For I came to call, not righteous [ones], but sinful [ones].

These two scenes in Matthew are joined up by the parallel account in Luke.

14 Then [tote] the disciples of John [some of whom were Pharisees] came to him and asked: Why is it that we and the Pharisees practice fasting but your disciples do not fast?
15
At this Jesus said to them: The sons of the bridal-chamber [male friends of the groom] are not able to mourn whilst the bridegroom is with them [are they]? But days will come when the bridegroom will be taken away from them [after the marriage feast, when the groom must make his bride rejoice for one year] [the gap in the presence or the gap between presences], and then they will fast.
16
Nobody sews a patch of unshrunk cloth upon an old outer-garment; for its filling would pull up from the outer-garment and the tear would become worse.
17
Neither do they pour young wine into old skins; for otherwise the skins burst and the wine spills out and the skins are ruined. But they pour young wine into new skins, and both are preserved.

LCNC (4,4,4,0,2,3,0,0,0) = 17
SCNC 5+12=17
LINC: Jesus, Man, Tax-office, Matthew, House, Tax-collectors, Disciples, Pharisees, Teacher, Mercy, Sacrifice, Disciples of John = 12
SINC:  Need of Healer, Sons of Bridal-chamber, Bridegroom, Days, Patch of cloth, Outer-garment, Filling, Tear, Wine, Skins = 10

Matthew 9:9-17 and Mark 2:13-22 and Luke 5:27-39 are parallel. Totals in Mark

The 3 parables of the Bridegroom, the Patch and the Wineskins are all part of the same account because they are all in answer to the same question. 

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18 [At the time] of his telling them these [things] [i.e. in Matthew's house], look! a ruler, a certain one [eij], having approached was doing obeisance to him, saying that: By now my daughter [not said to be 12] must have died; but come and lay your hand upon her and she will live.
19
And having got up Jesus and his disciples were following him
20 And, look! a woman having been bleeding 12 years [nominative] came up behind and touched [hyato] of the fringe [genitive direct object] of his outer-garment;
21
for she kept saying to herself: If I only touch [aptw] of his outer-garment [genitive direct object] I shall be saved.
22
Jesus having turned and seen her, said: Take-courage, daughter; your faith has saved you. And the woman was saved from that hour.
23 And Jesus, having come into the house of the ruler and having seen the flute-players and the crowd making-uproar,
24
began to say: Withdraw, for the maiden [korasion] did not die, but she is sleeping. And they began to laugh at him.
25
But when the crowd was evicted, having entered he took hold [kratew] of her hand [genitive direct object], and the maiden got up.
26
And the this report spread out into that whole earth/region.

CNC (3,2,3,1,5,4,1,3,2) = 24
INC Ruler, Daughter, Hand, Jesus, Disciples, Woman, Years, Fringe of Outer-garment, Outer-garment, Faith, Hour, House of Ruler, Flute-players, Crowd, Maiden, Report, Earth = 17

Luke 8:40-56 and Mark 5:22-43 and Matthew 9:18-26 are parallel. Totals in Mark.

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27 Whilst Jesus was passing along from there, 2 blind [ones] followed, crying out and saying: Show-mercy to us, Son of David.
28
But having come into the house, the blind [ones] came towards him, and Jesus asked them: Do you believe that I can do this? They answered him: Yes, Lord.
29
Then [tote] he touched [hyato] of their eyes [genitive direct object], saying: According to your faith let it happen to ye.
30
And their eyes were opened. And Jesus sternly charged them, saying: See that nobody gets to know it.
31
But having gone out they publicized him in that whole land [ghj].

CNC = 10 (2 threads)
INC Jesus (3), Son, House, Lord, Eyes (2), Touched of Eyes, Faith, Land = 8 (2 threads)

Matthew 9:27-31 is not parallel.

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32 Now when they were leaving, look! they brought him a dumb [one] demon-possessed
33
and [at the time - epi] of the demon having been expelled the dumb [one] spoke. Well, the crowds wondered saying Never was anything like this seen in Israel.
34
But the Pharisees began to say: By the ruler of the demons he expels the demons.

CNC = 5 (1 thread)
INC Demon, Crowds, Pharisees, Ruler of the demons = 4

Matthew 9:32-34 is not parallel.

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35 And Jesus was going about all the cities and the villages, teaching in their synagogues and preaching the good-news of the kingdom and curing every sickness and every infirmity.
36
But having seen the crowds he felt-pity about them, because they were fleeced [ones] and thrown-around [ones] as if [wsei] [they were] sheep without a shepherd.

37 Then he said to his disciples: Indeed, the harvest is great, but the workers are few.
38
Therefore, [you] beg the Lord of the harvest to send out workers into his harvest.

CNC = 9 (1 Thread, no repeated nouns).
INC Jesus, Cities, Villages, Synagogues, Good-news of Kingdom, Sickness, Infirmity, Crowds, Disciples = 9 (We initially had this as 12 and n threads means both the CNC and INC are divisible by n but not conversely. For example CNC = 24 and INC = 18 in Matthew 9:18-26 does not imply 6 threads!)

SCNC = 7
SINC Sheep, Shepherd, Harvest, Workers, Lord of Harvest = 5

The symbolic part of Matthew 9:37,38 is and identical to Luke 10:2. But it is the literal parts of accounts that are parallel.

2 Then he began to say to them: Indeed, the harvest is great, but the workers are few. Therefore, [you] beg the Lord of the harvest to send out workers into his harvest (Luke 10).

Matthew 9:35-38 is not parallel.

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MATTHEW CHAPTER 10
1
And having summoned his 12 disciples, he gave them authority of/over unclean spirits, [exousia with genitive means power over] in order to expel them and to cure every sickness and every infirmity.
2
But the names of the 12 apostles are these: First, Simon, the [one] called Peter, and Andrew, his brother; and James, the [son] of Zebedee and John, his brother,
3
Philip and Bartholomew, Thomas and Matthew, the tax-collector; James, the [son] of Alphaeus, and Thaddaeus;
4
Simon, the Cananaean [Mounce has this as a adjective and a noun! Groves Wheeler has it as a noun. We take it as a noun], and Judas, the Iscariot [iskariothj] [iskariothj is a declinable Greek word like kuriothj and unlike iskariwq of Mark and Luke, which is indeclinable So it does count here. It would mean an issacharite in Greek] even the [one] having betrayed him.

None of the potential double designations marked in orange, work singly for the names of the 12 apostles. So this account has 2 threads.

CNC (5,8,7,4) = 24 (2 threads)
INC  Disciples, Authority, Spirits, Sickness, Infirmity, Names of Apostles, Simon (2), Peter, Andrew, Brother (2), James (2), John, Philip, Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew, Tax-collector, Thaddaeus, Cananaean, Judas, Iscariot = 21.

Matthew 10:1-4 and  Mark 3:13-19 and Luke 6:12-16 are parallel. Totals are in Mark.

Mounce has cananaioj an adjective and a kananaioj noun!

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5
These 12 Jesus sent forth [on an entirely different occasion to the above], having commanded them saying: Do not go off into the way of the nations, and do not enter into a city of Samaritans;
6
but, instead, keep going to the sheep, the [ones] having been lost of the house of Israel [double designation but not in the literal account].
7
And as you go, preach, saying, 'The kingdom of the heavens has drawn near.'
8
Cure sick [ones], raise up dead [ones], cleanse leprous [ones], expel demons. A free-gift?/freely you received, free-gift?/freely should you give [in theory the Greek word dwrean might be the adverb 'freely' but could be accusative of the noun dwrea meaning free-gift].
9
Do not procure gold or silver or copper into your girdles/belts,
10
not a food-pouch [take] into the way, nor 2 undergarments, nor sandals nor a staff; for the worker is [one] worthy [axioj] of his food [adjectival use, characterising worthy an incomplete noun characterized adjective acting as a noun].
11
But into whichever city or village you enter, search out who in it is worthy, and stay there until you leave.
12
Let you, the [ones] entering [nominative] into the house, greet it.
13
and if the house is worthy, let your peace come upon it; but if it is not worthy, let the your peace return upon you.
14
Whoever does not receive you in or listen to your words, let you, [ones] going out [exercomenoi] [to the] outside [exw] [adverb used as a preposition taking the genitive] of that house or city shake off the dust of your feet [literal because they would not even listen. This was the custom of pious Jews upon leaving a Gentile City. So it would be an insult to a Jewish city].
15
Truly I say to you, It will be more endurable for the earth/land of Sodom and {the earth/land of} Gomorrah in the Day of Judgement than [h] for that city [a specific comparison such as the sister was fatter than the brother is not regarded as symbolic speech. A general comparison such as he was a prophet like one of the prophets is so regarded].
16
Look! I am sending you forth as [wj] sheep in midst of wolves ['among' prepositional genitive]; therefore prove yourselves cautious as [wj] serpents and innocent as [wj] doves.
17
Be on your guard from men [anqrwpwn], for they will deliver you up to local-courts, and they will scourge you in their synagogues.
18
Why, both before governors and kings you will be hauled up on-account-of me, into a witness to them and to the nations.
19
However, when they deliver you up, do not become anxious about how or what you are to speak; for what you are to speak will be given you in that hour;
20
for you are not the [ones] speaking, but the spirit of your father [is] the [one] speaking in you.
21
But, brother will deliver up brother into death, and father [will deliver up] child [teknon], and children [tekna] will rise up against parents and will cause them to die.
22
And you will be [ones] hated by all [ones] due to my name; but the [one] having endured into the end, this [one] will be saved.
23
So whenever they persecute you in this city, flee to another [one] ; for truly I say to you, you will by no means complete the cities of Israel [the administration of the saints in all the true churches] until the Son of the man arrives.
24
A disciple is not above his teacher, nor a slave above his lord [Jesus is speaking generally here, presumably one can speak comparatively about disciples to disciples who call you teacher and about slaves to slaves who call you Lord. The account counts fine if you can or if you cannot. Jesus is not speaking only about his disciples and salves but about all disciples and slaves]
25
It is enough for the disciple to become as [wj] his teacher, and the slave as [wj] his lord [So we all are to becomes Gods like Jesus if he is our Lord and Teacher]. If they have called the householder, Beelzebub [Hebrew title] how much more [will they call] the house-members so? [Comparative speech. Jesus did not own a house of bricks. But he had purchased a 6,000 year headlease on the house of Adam]
26
Therefore do not fear them; for there is nothing covered over that will not become uncovered, and hidden [thing] that will not become known.
27
What I tell you in the darkness, say in the light, and what you hear into the ear [metonym for privately], preach upon the housetops [metonym for publicly].
28
And do not have fear from the [ones] killing the body but not able to kill the soul [the sleeping angelic soul we become when we die]. But rather be fearing the [one] able to destroy both soul and body in Gehenna.
29
Are 2 sparrows [implied ek] of assarion [partitive genitive from the Latin assarius. Yes literally. No word symbolically] not sold? Yet not one of them will fall upon the earth without [the knowledge/consent] of your father [literally without God's knowledge] [Word symbolically: God gave the stewardship of the animals to Adam. So no consent from God is needed to kill a sparrow. So this is comparative speech. A sparrow stands for the least of the born again angelic men, who are not yet sealed. They do not lose their angels without the express consent of God - for they are his sons]
30
But [de] the very hairs of your head are all numbered [fascinating, reassuring, but comparative. The apostles are the heads of their tribes. The hairs on their heads are those in their tribes. God will never lose track of those hairs, because they are his true people. 12,000 1NC saints sealed per tribe].
31
Therefore do not ye be fearing: Ye [the 12 apostles - 11 of whom do get sealed] are more valuable/different [diaferw] of many sparrows [genitive indirect object] [literally true since slaves sold for 30 Shekels which is a lot of Assarii. 16 Assarii = 1 Denarius = 3.85 grams. I shekel = 11.4 grams. So there were 47.37 Assarii to a Shekel. So a slave was 1421.3 Assarii or 2842.6 sparrows. So 12 male slaves would be 34,111.2 Sparrows] [Sparrows symbolically are unsealed saints]
32
Everyone, therefore who confesses in me before men, I will also confess in him before my father, the [one] in the heavens;
33
but whoever disowns me before men, I will also disown him before my father, the [one] in the heavens. [Why did Jesus make this superfluous qualification for God twice? Because he truly did have a father down here, pre-fall Adam, the man, was also his father and he was his son, the son of the man]
34
Do not think I came to put peace upon the earth; I came to put, not peace, but a sword.
35
For I came to divide, a man against his father, and a daughter against her mother, and a bride against her mother-in-law.
36
Indeed, [the] hostile [ones] of a man [will be] the house-members of him.
37
The [one] having affection for father or mother over [uper] me is not worthy of me; and the [one] having affection for son or daughter over [uper] me is not worthy of me.
38
And whoever does not accept his torture-stake and follow after me is not worthy of me.
39
He that finds his soul will lose it, and he that loses his soul on my account will find it.
40
He that receives you receives me also, and he that receives me receives him also that sent me forth.
41
The [one] receiving a prophet into [the] name of prophet [i.e. as a prophet] will get [the] wages/reward of a prophet, and the [one] receiving a righteous [one] into [the] name of a righteous [one] [i.e. as a righteous one] will get the wages/reward of a righteous [one].
42
And whoever gives one of these little [ones] only a cup of cold [water] to drink [example of caring behaviour] into [the] name of a disciple [i.e. as a disciple during persecution], I tell you truly, he will by no means lose his wages/reward.

MATTHEW CHAPTER 11

1 Now when Jesus had finished giving-instructions to his 12 disciples, he set out from there to teach and preach in their cities.

CNC (3,0,3,1,4,5,2,1,3,4,3,0,3,4,1,1,7,2,3,0,0,0,4,4,0,0,1,3,3,3,6,1,4,0,2,0,5,3,3) = 93+15=108 (2 threads)

INC Jesus, (Way of Nations), City of Samaritans, Kingdom of Heavens, Demons, Free-Gift, Gold, Silver, Copper, Belts, Food-pouch, Way, Undergarments, Sandals, Staff, City, Village, House, Peace, Words, (Dust of Feet), Earth/Land of Sodom, Earth/Land of Gomorrah, Men, Local-courts, Synagogues, Governors, Kings, Witness, Nations, Hour, Spirit of Father, Brother, Death, Father, Child, Parents, Name, End, Cities of Israel, (Son of Man), Darkness, Light, Ear, Housetops, Body, Soul, Heavens, Daughter, Mother, Bride, Mother-in-law, House-members, Son, Prophet, (Name of Prophet), (Wages of Prophet), Wages, Cup (Name of Disciple), Disciple = 55, Power, Authority, Sicknesses, Kingdom of God, Bread = 60 (2 threads)

Matthew 10:5-11:1 and Luke 9:1-6 are parallel but Mark 6:7-13 is stand alone. Because in Matthew they are not to take a staff or sandals but in Mark they are to take both. Whereas in Luke they are not to take a staff.
Mark and Luke have no repeated nouns.

Luke CNC = 15 
Luke INC Power, Authority, Demons, Sicknesses, Kingdom of God, Way, Staff, Food-pouch, Bread, Silver, Undergarments, House, City, Witness, Villages = 15
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The Way of the Nations is the broad road to destruction, the way is the narrow and cramped path to everlasting life. 

In Matthew they are told to raise up the dead! Although no apostle is recorded as exercising it until after Pentecost. But any curing is through the non adamic body of Isaac or his ransom by John, after John died. So resurrections were possible, also Elijah and Elisha resurrected etc.

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2 But [de] John, having heard in jail the works of the Christ, having sent via his disciples
3
said to him: Are you the [one] coming, or are we to expect a different [one]?
4
Answering Jesus said to them: Go, report to John what you are hearing and seeing:
5
Blind [ones] are seeing again, and lame [ones] are walking about, leprous [ones] are being cleansed and deaf [ones] are hearing, and dead [ones] are being raised up, and poor [ones] are being given-the-good-news;
6
and happy is he who might not be stumbled in me.

CNC = 6
INC John, Jail, Works of Christ, Disciples, Jesus

7 But [at the time of] these going-their-way [temporal connect], Jesus started to say to the crowds about John: What did you go out into the desolate [place] to behold? A reed being tossed under a wind [anemou]? [literally this is be sarcasm, in the greater meaning this is a ruler being led by public opinion]
8
What, then, did you go out to see? A man [anqrwpon] dressed in soft [garments]? Look! the [ones] wearing the soft [garments] [are] in the houses of the kings.
9
Why then did you go out? To see a prophet? Yes, I tell you, and much more than [perissoteron] a prophet [prophet's more does not exist, this is a non susbtantive comparative genitive].
10
This is [the one] about whom it is written, 'Look! I myself am sending forth my angel before your face, who will prepare your way ahead [emprosqen] of you!'
11
Truly I am saying to you, in [ones] generated of women not has been produced a greater [one] than/of John, the Baptist; but the least [one] [relative superlative] in the kingdom of the heavens [any 1NC king, as all disciples of both John and Jesus were covenanted to be during Jesus' ministry if they do not lose faith] is greater than/of him.
12
But from the days of John, the Baptist until now, the kingdom of the heavens is being pursued, and queue-jumpers are seizing it.
13
For all the Prophets and the Law, prophesied until John;
14
and if you want to accept it, he is Elijah, the [one] destined to come.
15
The [one] having ears, let him listen.

16 With whom shall I compare this generation? It is like [omoia] little-children sitting in the marketplaces who cry out to the other [ones],
17
saying, 'We played-the-flute for you, but you did not dance; we wailed, but you did not beat yourselves.'

18 For John came neither eating nor drinking, and they are saying, 'He has a demon';
19
the Son of the man came eating and drinking, and they are saying, 'Look! A man, a glutton and a wine-drinker, beloved of tax-collectors and sinful [ones].' And [like they say] the wisdom is/was proved righteous from/by its works. [i.e. works are the true test of wisdom, but wisdom does not have works, People with wisdom have works]

CNC 6 + 28 = 34
LINC John, Jail, Works of Christ, Disciples, Jesus, Crowds, Reed, Wind, Man, Houses of Kings, Prophet, Angel/Messenger, Face, Kingdom of heavens, Days of John, Days of the Baptist, Queue-jumpers, Law, Elijah, Ears, Generation, Demon, Son of man, Glutton, Wine-drinker, Wisdom = 26 

Luke 7:18-35 and Matthew 11:2-19 are parallel.

Luke LINC John, Disciples, Lord, Males, Baptist, Hour, Sicknesses, Scourges, Spirits, (Angels/Messengers of John), Crowds, Reed, Wind, Man, Outer-garments, Clothing, Luxury, Prophet, Angel/Messenger, Face, Kingdom of God, People, Tax-collectors, God, Baptism of John, Pharisees, Counsel of God, Men of Generation, Bread, Wine, Demon, Son of man, Glutton, Wine-drinker, Wisdom = 34

Total CNC = 34 + 44 = 78 (3 threads)
Total INC John, Jail, Works of Christ, Disciples, Jesus, Crowds, Reed, Wind, Man, Houses of Kings, Prophet, Angel/Messenger, Face, Kingdom of heavens, Days of John, Days of Baptist, Queue-jumpers, Law, Elijah, Ears, Generation, Demon, Son of man, Glutton, Wine-drinker, Wisdom = 26, Lord, Males, Baptist, Hour, Sicknesses, Scourges, Spirits, (Angels/Messengers of John) Outer-garments, Clothing, Luxury, Kingdom of God, People, Tax-collectors, God, Baptism of John, Pharisees, Counsel of God, (Men of Generation), Bread, Wine = 45 (3 threads)

Matthew + Luke SCNC = 3 + 3 = 6 
SINC Way, Little-children, Marketplaces = 3

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20 Then [tote] [at that time, a temporal disconnect that can also be a temporal connect!] he started to reproach the cities in which his most powerful-works had occurred, because they did not repent:
21
Woe to you, Chorazin! Woe to you, Bethsaida! because if the powerful-works had occurred in Tyre and Sidon that took place in you, they would long ago have repented in sackcloth and ashes.
22
Consequently I say to you, It will be more endurable for Tyre and Sidon in [the] Day of Judgement than for you.
23
And you, Capernaum, will you perhaps be exalted until heaven? Until Hades you will come down; because if the powerful-works that took place in you had taken place in Sodom, it would have remained until today [shmeron] [Jesus does not mean the likes of Sodom, he means Sodom, because only Sodom and Gomorrah were so destroyed].
24
Consequently I say to you, It will be more endurable in [the] Day of Judgement for the earth/land/ground of Sodom [the people in that land. Sodom is a metonym for its people. The land of Sodom is also a metonym since the Sodomites lived on that land] than for you.

CNC  = 14
INC Cities, Powerful-works, Tyre, Sidon, Sackcloth, Ashes, Heaven, Hades, Sodom, Land of Sodom = 10

25 In that appointed time/season, Jesus answered saying: I publicly-praise you, Father, Lord of heaven and {Lord} of earth, because you have hidden these [things] from the wise [ones] and intellectual [ones] and have revealed them to pre-speech [ones].
26
Yes, Oh Father, because to do like-this [outwj] came to be the technique approved by you.
27
All [things] have been delivered to me by my Father, and no one accurately-knows the Son except the Father, neither does anyone accurately-know the Father except Son and [anyone] to whom the Son is willing to reveal him.
28
Come to me, all the [ones] toiling and loaded down, and I will refresh you.
29
Take my yoke [direction] upon you and learn from me, for I am mild-tempered and lowly in heart, and you will find refreshment for your souls.
30
For my yoke is gentle and my load is light.

CNC (5,2,6,0,1,0) = 14 (3 threads)
INC Appointed-time, Jesus, Father, Lord of heaven, Lord of earth, Technique, Son, Souls = 8

Matthew 11:20-30 and Luke 10:1-24 are parallel. Totals in Luke.
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MATTHEW CHAPTER 12
1
In that appointed time/season, Jesus went through the sown [areas] in the Sabbaths. But his disciples became hungry and started to pluck heads-of-grain and to eat.
2
But the Pharisees, having seen [this] said to him: Look! Your disciples are doing what it is not lawful to do on the Sabbath.
3
But the [one] said to them: Did you not read what David did when he became hungry and the [ones] with him?
4
How [pwj] he entered into the house of God and they ate the loaves of presentation, which was not lawful for him to eat, nor for the [ones] with him, but for the priests only? [David did not write that law when he was hungry - Moses did! - So Priests is not comparative]
5
Or, did you not read in the Law that as regards Sabbaths, the priests in the temple profane the Sabbath and are guiltless [ones]?
6
But I tell you that a greater [meizon] [one] of the temple [possessive genitive of comparison, a temple's greater one] is here.
7
However, if you had understood what, 'I want mercy, and not sacrifice,' is/means, you would not have condemned the guiltless [ones].
8
For the Son of the man is Lord of the Sabbath.

CNC = 13
INC Appointed time, Jesus, Sabbaths, Disciples, Heads-of-grain, Pharisees, Priests, Law, Son of the man, Lord of Sabbath = 10

Mark 2:23-28 and Matthew 12:1-8 and Luke 6:1-5 are parallel.

Mark CNC = 15
Mark INC Sabbaths, Disciples, Way, Heads-of-grain, Pharisees, Need, Chief-priest, Priest, Man, Son of the man, Lord [of man] and of the Sabbath = 11

Luke CNC = 10
Luke INC Sabbath, Disciples, Heads-of-grain, Hands, Pharisees, Jesus, Priests, Son of the man, Lord of Sabbath = 8

Matthew + Mark + Luke CNC = 13 + 15 + 10 = 38 (2 threads)
Matthew + Mark + Luke INC
Appointed time, Jesus, Sabbaths, Disciples, Heads-of-grain, Pharisees, Priests, Law, Son of the man, Lord of Sabbath = 10, Way, Need, Chief-priest, Man, Lord [of man] and of the Sabbath = 15, Hands = 16 (2 threads)

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9 Having departed from there he went into their synagogue [on one of the Sabbaths above];
10
and, look! a man [anqrwpoj] having a withered hand! So they asked him, Is it lawful to cure on the Sabbaths? in order that they might accuse him of [something].
11
But the [one] said to them: Which man out of you will be [one] who will have one sheep, and if this falls into a pit on the Sabbaths, will not get hold of it and lift it out?
12
Now then by how much does a man differ [diaferei] of/from a sheep [genitive direct object, does count]! [specific comparison so it is not symbolic] So it is lawful to do honourably on the Sabbaths.
13
Then he said to the man: Stretch out your hand. And he stretched [it] out, and [it] was restored sound like [wj] the other.

14 But the Pharisees went out and took counsel against him [on] how they might destroy him.

LCNC = 11 
INC Synagogue, Man, Hand, Sabbaths, Sheep, Pharisees, Counsel = 7

Matthew 12:9-14 and Mark 3:1-6 and Luke 6:6-11 are parallel. Totals in Mark.

Matthew refers to the disciples eating grain on several Sabbaths and entering into the synagogue to cure the man with the withered hand on one of these Sabbaths, and Luke refers to them entering into a synagogue on a different Sabbath to their eating grain. These two are therefore saying the same thing.

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15 But Jesus, having known [this], withdrew from there. Many also followed him, and he cured them all  
16
but he strictly charged them not to make him manifest;
17
that the [thing] might be fulfilled spoken through Isaiah, the prophet, saying:
18
Look! My child whom I chose, my beloved, whom my soul approved! I will put my spirit upon him, and judgement [krisij] he will make clear to the nations.
19
He will not wrangle, nor cry-aloud, nor will anyone hear his voice in the broadways.
20
No bruised reed will he crush, and no smouldering flax will he extinguish, until he sends out the judgement into victory [i.e. successfully].
21
Indeed, in his name nations will hope. [3,13]

CNC = 3 (3 threads)
INC Jesus, Isaiah, Prophet = 3
SCNC = 13
SINC Child, Soul, Spirit, Judgement (2), Nations (2), Voice, Broadways, Reed, Flax, Victory, Name = 11

Matthew 12:15-21 is not parallel.

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22 Then [tote] they brought him [one] being demonized, blind and dumb; and he cured him, so that the dumb [one] spoke and saw.
23
Well, all the crowds were put out of themselves and began to say: Isn't what this [one] is, the Son of David?
24
But the Pharisees, having heard this said: This [one] does not expel the demons except by Beelzebub, the ruler of the demons.
25
Knowing their thoughts, he said to them: Every kingdom [run by men] divided against itself becomes desolated, and every city or house [of men] divided against itself will not stand [these are all comparative examples].
26
And if Satan expels Satan [Satan1 will actually repent, join Zoar and expel Satan2] he has become divided against himself; how, then, will his kingdom [] stand?
27
Moreover, if I expel the demons by Beelzebub, by whom do your sons expel them? Due to this they will be judges of you.
28
But if by the spirit of God I expel the demons, really the kingdom of God has overtaken you.
29
Or how can anyone invade the house [literal physical house in comparative speech - standing for the home of the demon] of the strong [one] and seize his goods, unless first he binds the strong [one]? And then he will plunder his house.
30
The [one] not being with me is against me, and the [one] not gathering with me, scatters.
31
Due to this I say to you, Every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven men [anqrwpoj], but the blasphemy of the spirit will not be forgiven.
32
So, whoever speaks a word against the Son of the man, it will be forgiven him; but whoever speaks against the spirit, the holy, it will not be forgiven him, no, not in this age/system nor in the [one] to come. 
33
Either you make the tree fine and its fruit fine or you make the tree rotten and its fruit rotten; for by its fruit the tree is known.
34
Generated-ones of vipers [literal produce of metaphorical vipers], how can you speak good [things], being wicked [ones]? For out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks.
35
The good man out of the good treasure/stores sends out good [things], and the wicked man out of the wicked treasure/stores sends out wicked [things].[26,16]
36
I tell you that every unprofitable utterance that men [anqrwpoj] speak, they will render word about it in [the] Day of Judgment.
37
For out of your words you will be declared-righteous, and out of your words you will be condemned [31, 17]

38 Then [tote] some [tinej] of the Scribes and Pharisees [partitive genitive] answered him saying: Teacher, we want to see a sign from you.
39
But having answered he said to them: A wicked generation and an adulteress [moicalij] [the 1NC reserves is the adulteress breaking their covenant with God] keeps on seeking for a sign, but no sign will be given it/her except the sign of Jonah, the prophet.
40
For just as [wsper] Jonah was in the belly of the whale 3 days and 3 nights, thus the Son of the man will be in the heart of the earth 3 days and 3 nights [i.e. Jesus is a greater Jonah, so literal sign of greater Jonah. This is the heavenly miracle sign of Jonah. As distinct from the heavenly warning sign given to Nineveh].
41
Males, Ninevites, will rise up in the judgment with this generation and will condemn it; because they repented into the preaching [khrugma] of Jonah, but, look! something more [pleion] than/of Jonah [Jonah's greater, possessive] [is] here.
42
[The] Queen of [the] south will be raised up in the judgment with this generation and will condemn it; because she came from [ek] the limits [peraj] of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon, but, look! something more [pleion] than/of Solomon [Solomon's greater, possessive] [is] here.
43
Now whenever [the] unclean spirit comes out from the man, it passes through water-less places [Gehenna] seeking respite, and finds none.
44
Then it says, 'I will go back to my house from which I moved'; and having come [back] it finds [it] unoccupied, swept and adorned.
45
Then it goes and takes along with it 7 different spirits more wicked than/of itself, and, having entered, they dwell there [parables explain spiritual things in terms of familiar things - this one does not - so it is not a parable but just a literal explanation of possession - the spirit going out is that of the man to be possessed, his spirit that is going to Gehenna anyway, he goes there early and then takes 7 friends back, this is how multiple possession occurs?]; and the final [circumstances] of that man become worse than/of the first. Thus [outwj] it will also be with the generation this, the wicked [this wicked generation]. [22,12]

46 While he was yet speaking to the crowds, look! his mother and brothers stood outside seeking to speak to him.
47
So someone said to him: Look! Your mother and your brothers are standing outside, seeking to speak to you.
48
Having answered, he said to the one telling him: Who is my mother, and who are my brothers?
49
And extending his hand upon his disciples, he said: Look! My mother [the 1EC, the mother is composite] and my brothers [angelically]!
50
For whoever does the will of my Father [i.e. does not sin in God's eyes, i.e. is sanctified], the [one] in heaven [pronoun imbalance. Does not read OK because my father is ambiguous] he is my brother [through a covenant], and sister [through a covenant], and mother [through a covenant].[11,4]

CNC =  31 + 22 + 11 = 64 (3 threads)
SCNC = 17 + 12 + 4 = 33

Matthew INC Crowds, Son, Pharisees, Demons, Ruler of Demons, Thoughts, Satan, Kingdom, Judges, Spirit of God, Kingdom of God, Sin, Blasphemy, Men, (Blasphemy of Spirit), Word, (Son of Man), Spirit, Age, Generated-ones of Vipers, Abundance of Heart, Mouth, Utterance, Scribes, Teacher, Sign, Generation, Sign of Jonah, Sign of the Prophet, Day, Nights, Males, Ninevites, Judgement, Preaching of Jonah, Queen of South, Limits of Earth, Wisdom of Solomon, Mother, Brother, Hand, Disciples, Will of Father = 41.

Mark CNC = 20
Mark INC House, Crowd, Bread, Scribes, Jerusalem, Demons, Ruler of Demons, Parables, Satan, End, Sons of Men, Sins, Blasphemies, Spirit, Forgiveness, Age, Mother, Brothers, Will of God = 19

Matthew + Mark CNC = 64+29 = 93 (3 threads)

Matthew + Mark LINC Crowds, Son, Pharisees, Demons, Ruler of Demons, Thoughts, Satan, Kingdom, Judges, Spirit of God, Kingdom of God, Sin, Blasphemy, Men, (Blasphemy of Spirit), Word, (Son of Man), Spirit, Age, Generated-ones of Vipers, Abundance of Heart, Mouth, Utterance, Scribes, Teacher, Sign, Generation, Sign of Jonah, Sign of the Prophet, Day, Nights, Males, Ninevites, Judgement, Preaching of Jonah, Queen of South, Limits of Earth, Wisdom of Solomon, Mother, Brother, Hand, Disciples, Will of Father = 41, House, Bread, Jerusalem, Parables, End, Forgiveness, Will of God = 48 (3 threads)

Matthew SINC Kingdom, City, House, Goods, Tree, Fruit, Man, Treasure, Day of Judgement, Adulteress, Jonah, Belly, Days, Nights, Heart of Earth, Spirit, Places, Respite, Mother, Brother, Sister = 21 (Should this be even?)

Matthew 12:22-50 and Mark 3:19-35 are parallel. Luke 11:14-36 is not.
Matthew he expels a blind and dumb demon whereas in Luke he expels a dumb demon. Luke is set after the parallel accounts of the sower, whereas Matthew and Mark after set before them.

Mark SCNC = 11
Mark SINC Kingdom, House, Goods, Mother, Brother, Sister = 6

Matthew + Mark SCNC = 33+11=44
Matthew + Mark SINC Kingdom, City, House, Goods, Tree, Fruit, Man, Treasure, Day of Judgement, Adulteress, Jonah, Belly, Days, Nights, Heart of Earth, Spirit, Places, Respite, Mother, Brother, Sister = 21  (should this be even?)

Day of Judgement must be symbolic it has nothing to do with the earths rotation
Sign of greater Jonah, not greater sign of Jonah, because something more than Jonah is here.

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MATTHEW CHAPTER 13
1
On that day, having come-out, the Jesus of the house [genitive direct object of come out], [he] was sitting beside the sea;
2
and many crowds gathered to him, so that he went aboard a boat to sit down, and all the crowd was standing on the beach [aigialon].
3
And he told them many [things] in parables [so this account continues until the end of the parables when he dismisses the crowds in verse 35], saying:

Look! The [one] sowing went out to sow;
4
and in his sowing, some [seeds] indeed fell beside the way, and the birds came and ate them up.
5
Others fell upon the rocky [places] where they did not have much earth/soil, and at once they sprang up due to its not having depth of earth/soil.
6
But [at the time] [implied epi] of [the] Sun having risen they were scorched, and due to not having root they withered.
7
Others, too, fell upon the thorns, and the thorns came up and choked them.
8
Others, still, fell upon the earth/soil, the fine [not a double designation. It is equivalent to the fine soil as in verse 23, c.f. the dragon, the great, the serpent, the original] and began to yield fruit, this one 100, that one 60, the other 30.
9
The [one] having ears let him listen [ears might be literal or might be the ears of the heart. Symbolically we have eyes of the mind and ears of the heart].

CNC = 10
INC Day, House, Jesus, Sea, Crowd (2), Boat, Beach, Parables, Ears = 9

10 And the disciples came up and said to him: Why do you speak to them in parables?
11
In reply he said that to you it is granted to understand the sacred-secrets of the kingdom of the heavens, but to those [ones] it is not granted.
12
For whoever has [doctrinal humility], it will be given to him and he will be made to abound; but whoever does not have [doctrinal humility], even what he has [dead fossilized doctrine] will be taken from him.
13
This is why I speak to them in parables, because, looking, they do not see, and listening, they do not hear, neither do they comprehend.
14
and toward them is being fulfilled the prophecy of Isaiah, the [one/prophecy - feminine] saying [c.f. the dragon, the great, the serpent, the original, the [one] called the Devil and Satan, the [one] misleading the entire inhabited earth] hearing, you will hear but not understand; and looking, you will look but not see.
15
For the heart of this people was made-thick, and with their ears they have heard heavily/difficulty [literal ears hear. The brain/heart, the metaphorical ears, then makes it heavy or difficult. But ears are a part of the process so they are used metonymically whereas eyes can be used used metaphorically for seeing with the mind], and they have shut their eyes [the eyes of the mind, so as not to understand]; that they might not ever see with their eyes [literal eyes] and hear with their ears [these are literal ears, not the ears of the heart because the 'ears' of the heart are described next] and comprehend in their heart and turn back, and I heal them.'  
16
However, happy/blessed are your eyes because they behold, and your ears because they hear [literal ears cannot be happy now really would they be blessed. These must be the eyes of the mind and the ears of the heart].
17
For truly I say to you that, many prophets and righteous [ones] desired to see what [things] you are beholding and did not see [them], and to hear what [things] you are hearing and did not hear [them]. [9]

18 You, therefore, listen to the parable of the [one] having sown.
19
[in the case] of anyone hearing the word [metonym] of the kingdom but not comprehending [it], the wicked [one] comes and snatches away the [thing] having been sown in his heart; this is the one sown beside the way.
20
But the [one] sown upon the rocky [places], this is the [one] hearing the word and immediately accepting it with joy.
21
Yet he has no root in himself but is temporary, and [at the time] [implied epi] of tribulation or persecution having occurred due to the word he is immediately stumbled.
22
But the [one] sown into the thorns, this is the [one] hearing the word, but the anxiety of this system and the deceit of riches choke the word, and he becomes unfruitful.
23
But the [one] sown upon the fine earth/soil, this is the [one] hearing the word and getting the sense of it, who really is bearing-fruit and produces, this one a hundredfold, that one 60, the other 30. [12]

LINC Disciples, Parables, Sacred-secrets of Kingdom of Heavens, Prophecy of Isaiah, Ears, Prophets, Word of Kingdom, Word, Joy, Tribulation, Persecution, Anxiety of system, Deceit of Riches = 13

Matthew Intro + Parable+ Bridge + Explanation CNC = 10 + 9 + 12 = 31
Matthew Intro + Parable+ Bridge + Explanation INC Day, House, Jesus, Sea, Crowd, Boat, Beach, Parables, Ears = 9, Disciples, Sacred-secrets of Kingdom of Heavens, Prophecy of Isaiah, Eyes, Prophets, Word of Kingdom, Word, Joy, Tribulation, Persecution, Anxiety of system, Deceit of Riches = 21 

Matthew 13:1-23 and Mark 4: 1-20 and Luke 8:1-15 are parallel. Totals in Luke.

Sower Parable SCNC = 10
Sower Parable SINC Way, Birds, Earth (2), Depth of Earth, Sun, Root, Thorns (2), Fruit = 8

Bridge SCNC = 5
Bridge SINC = Heart of People, Eyes, Heart, Ears = 4

Sower Explanation SCNC = 5
Sower Explanation SINC Heart, Way, Root, Thorns, Earth = 5 

Matthew Sower Parable Explanation and Bridge SCNC = 10+5+5=20
Matthew Sower Parable Explanation and Bridge SINC
Way, Birds, Earth, Depth of Earth, Sun, Root, Thorns, Fruit = 8, Heart of People, Eyes, Heart, Ears = 12 

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24 Another parable he set before them [the crowds, whom he dismissed in verse 36], saying: The kingdom of the heavens has become like a man [anqrwpoj] that sowed fine seed in his field.
25
While the men were sleeping, the hostile [one] of him came and oversowed weeds/zizania/darnel up [ana] [the] midst of the wheat, and left.
26
So when the blade sprouted and produced fruit, then the weeds/zizania appeared also.
27
So the slaves of the householder came up and said to him, 'Lord, did you not sow fine seed in your field? From where, therefore, is it having weeds?'
28
He said to them: A hostile man, did this.' They said to him, 'Do you want us, then, to go out and collect them?'
29
He said, 'No, for when collecting the weeds, you might uproot the wheat along with them.
30
Let both grow together until the harvest; and in the appointed-time of the harvest I will tell the reapers, collect first the weeds and bind them into bundles to burn them up, then gather the wheat into my storehouse.' [24]

31 Another parable he set before them, saying: The kingdom of the heavens is like a grain [kokkoj] of mustard, which a man took and planted in his field;
32
which is, smaller indeed [men] [implied ek] of all the seeds [comparative for superlative - all], but when it has grown it is larger [indeed] [implied ek] of the vegetables [comparative for superlative] and becomes a tree, so that the birds of heaven come and lodge in its branches.

33 Another parable he spoke to them: The kingdom of the heavens is like [omoia] leaven, which a woman took and hid in 3 Seahs of flour, until the whole [lot] was fermented

34 All these [things] Jesus spoke to the crowds in parables. Indeed, without a parable he would say nothing to them;
35
So that the [thing] might be fulfilled spoken through the prophet, saying: I will open my mouth? in parables?, I will publish [things] hidden since the founding? [a set of criteria which are to be measured against/compared with  the activities of potential fulfillers. So it is comparative speech, like slave is not greater than his master a maxim to be applied to any master slave type relationship] [11] [14]

CNC = 11
INC Parable, Kingdom of Heavens, Jesus, Crowds, Prophet = 5

Matthew 13:24-35 and Mark 4:21-34 are parallel. Parallel parables which are not in parallel literal accounts are not treated as parallel !

Mark CNC =9
Mark INC Ears, Measure, Kingdom of God, Parable, Word, Disciples = 6

Matthew + Mark CNC = 11+9 = 20 (2 threads)
Matthew + Mark INC
Parable, Kingdom of Heavens, Jesus, Crowds, Prophet = 5, Ears, Measure, Kingdom of God, Word, Disciples = 10 (2 threads)

Matthew SCNC = 24+14 = 38
Matthew SINC
Man, Seed, Field, Weeds, Wheat, Blade, Fruit, Slaves of Householder, Lord, Harvest, Appointed-time of Harvest, Reapers, Bundles, Storehouse, Grain of Mustard, Vegetables, Tree, Birds of Heaven, Branches, Leaven, woman, Seah, Prophet, Mouth, Founding = 25

Mark SCNC = 26
Mark SINC Lamp, Measuring-basket, Bed, Lampstand, Man, Seed, Earth, Night, Day, Blade, Stalk-head, Cereal, Fruit, Sickle, Harvest, Grain of Mustard, Vegetables, Branches, Birds of Heaven, Shadow = 20

Matthew + Mark SCNC = 38+26 = 64 (2 threads)
Matthew + Mark SINC
Man, Seed, Field, Weeds, Wheat, Blade, Fruit, Slaves of Householder, Lord, Harvest, Appointed-time of Harvest, Reapers, Bundles, Storehouse, Grain of Mustard, Vegetables, Tree, Birds of Heaven, Branches, Leaven, woman, Seah, Prophet, Mouth, Founding = 25, Lamp, Measuring-basket, Bed, Lampstand, Earth, Night, Day, Stalk-head, Cereal, Sickle, Grain of Mustard, Vegetables, Shadow = 38 (2 threads)

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36 Then having dismissed the crowds [who must have remained in localised groups] he went into the house. And his disciples came to him and said: Explain to us the parable of the weeds of the field.
37
Answering he said: The [one] sowing the fine seed is the Son of the man;
38
the field is the world [kosmoj]; now the fine seed, these are the sons of the kingdom; but the weeds are the sons of the wicked [one],
39
the hostile [one], the [one] having sown them is the Devil. The harvest is a conclusion of a system, and the reapers are angels.

40 Therefore, just-as [wsper] the weeds are collected and burned down by fire, thus [outwj] [it] will be in the conclusion of the system.
41
The Son of the man will send forth his angels, and they will collect out [ek] of his kingdom all the stumbling-blocks and the [ones] doing the lawlessness,
42
and they will pitch them into the furnace of the fire. There the weeping? and the gnashing? of the teeth will be [One has eyes which cannot see and teeth which cannot bite in Gehenna. This is because one shares them with umpteen soul mates. So one cannot use them to see with or to bite with until one's turn arrives. But during one's turn one can weep and gnash].
43
Then the righteous [ones] will shine as [wj] the Sun? in the kingdom of their Father. The [one] having ears, let him listen. [12] [18]

CNC = 18 (3 threads)
INC Crowds, House, Disciples, Parable, Son of Man (2+1), World, Sons, Conclusion of System (2), Angels, Kingdom, Lawlessness, Weeping, Gnashing of Teeth, Kingdom of Father, Ears = 15
SCNC = 12
SINC Seed (2), Field, Sons of Kingdom, Weeds (2), Harvest, Reapers, Fire, Stumbling-blocks, Furnace of Fire, Sun = 10

Matthew 13:36-43 is not parallel. It is the only explanation of the parable of the weeds of the field. 

Parable account + Interpretation account SCNC = 24+14+12+26 = 76 (2 threads)
Parable account + Interpretation account SINC Man, Seed, Field, Weeds, Wheat, Blade, Fruit, Slaves of Householder, Lord, Harvest, Appointed-time of Harvest, Reapers, Bundles, Storehouse, Grain of Mustard, Vegetables, Tree, Birds of Heaven, Branches, Leaven, woman, Seah, Prophet, Mouth, Founding = 25, Sons of Kingdom, Fire, Stumbling-blocks, Furnace of Fire, Sun = 30, Lamp, Measuring-basket, Bed, Lampstand, Earth, Night, Day, Blade, Stalk-head, Cereal, Sickle, Shadow = 42 (3 threads)

Common parable symbolism principle: Parables in the same literal account or in the same set of parallel literal accounts share the same symbolism.
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More Public parables

44 The kingdom of the heavens is like treasure having been hidden in the field which a man found and hid, and for the joy he has he goes away and sells as many [things] as he has and buys that field  

45 Again [palin] the [administration of the] kingdom of the heavens is like a merchant/trader seeking fine pearls [masculine].
46
Finding one highly valued pearl, he went off and sold all the [things - neuter] he had and bought it.

47 Again [palin] the kingdom of the heavens is like a dragnet thrown into the sea and gathering together [fish] out of every kind.
48
When it was filled they hauled it up upon the beach and, sitting down, they collected the fine [ones] into receptacles, but the rotten [ones] they threw outside.
49
Thus it will be in the conclusion of the system. The angels will go out and separate the wicked [ones] out of the midst of the righteous [ones].
50
and will cast them into the furnace of the fire. There the weeping and the gnashing of teeth will be.

CNC = 7 (1 thread)
CINC Kingdom of Heavens, Conclusion of System, Angels, Weeping, Gnashing of Teeth = 5
SCNC = 14 (2 threads)
SINC Treasure, Field, Man, Joy, Trader, Pearls, Dragnet, Sea, Kind, Beach, Receptacles, Furnace of Fire = 12

Matthew 13:44-50 is not parallel. 

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Private conversation with disciples

51 Did you understand all these [things]? They said to him: Yes.
52
But he said to them: Due to this, every scribe/teacher, having studied the kingdom of the heavens, is like a man, a householder, who brings out [ek] of his treasure new [things] and old [things].
53
Now it happened that when Jesus had finished these parables, he departed from there. [3] [4]

CNC = 4 (1 thread)
INC Scribe, Kingdom of Heavens, Jesus, Parables = 4
SCNC = 3 (3 threads)
SINC Man, Householder, Treasure = 3

Matthew 13:51-53 is not parallel. 

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54
And after coming into his father-town [Nazareth] he began to teach them in their synagogue, so that [wste] they were astounded and said: From where did this [one] [get] this wisdom and the powers?
55
Is this not the son of the carpenter? Is his mother not called Mary [Mariam] and his brothers [called] James and Joseph and Simon and Judas?
56
And his sisters, are they not all with us? From where, therefore [were] all these [things] [given] to this [one] ?
57
So they began to stumble at him. But Jesus said to them: No prophet is dishonoured except in his father-town and in his house.
58
And he did not produce many powers [dunamij] there due to their faithlessness.

CNC = 14
INC Father-town, Synagogue, Wisdom, Power (2), Son of Carpenter, Mother, Brothers, James, Simon, Judas, Sisters, Jesus, Faithlessness = 13

Matthew 13:54-58 and Mark 6:1-6 and Luke 4:14-30 are parallel. Totals in Luke.

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MATTHEW CHAPTER 14
1
In that appointed-time/season Herod, the tetriarch, heard the report of Jesus
2
and said to his servants/boys: This is John, the Baptist. He was raised up from the dead [ones], and due to this the powerful-works are operating in him.
3
For Herod having arrested John bound him and put him away in prison due to Herodias, the wife of Philip, his brother.
4
For John had been saying to him: It is not lawful for you to be having her.
5
However, although willing to kill him, he feared the crowd, because they held him as [wj] a prophet [they held him to be a prophet, not to be like a prophet. This is not comparative. It is literal].
6
But when the birthday-festivities of Herod occurred, the daughter of Herodias danced in the midst [of them] and pleased Herod.
7
From which he promised with an oath to give her whatever she asked.
8
But she, having been coached under her mother, said: Give me here upon a plate, the head of John, the Baptist.
9
And having been grieved, the king, due to the oaths and the [ones] reclining with [him] commanded [it] to be given;
10
and he sent and beheaded John in the prison.
11
And his head was brought on a plate and given to the maiden, [korasin] and she brought [it] to her mother.
12
And his disciples came up and removed the corpse and buried him and came and reported back to Jesus.

CNC = 34

INC Appointed-time, Herod, Tetriarch, Report of Jesus, Boys, John, Baptist, Powerful-works, Prison, Herodias, Wife of Philip, Crowd, Prophet, Birthday-festivities of Herod, Daughter of Herodias, Oath, Mother, Plate, (Head of John), (Head of Baptist), King, Head, Maiden, Disciples, Corpse, Jesus = 24

Mark 6:14-29 and Matthew 14:1-12 and Luke 3:19-20 and Luke 9:7-9 are parallel. The totals are in Mark.
Luke 3 and Luke 9 are not parallel to each other. One is the account of Herod beheading John. The other is him thinking that Jesus was the resurrected John. Matthew and Mark are parallel to Luke 9 but include the story of Luke3. So both Luke 3 and Luke 9 are parallel to Matthew 14 and Mark 6. This makes all 4 parallel. 

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13 At hearing this Jesus withdrew from there [Capernaum] in boat into a lonely place on his own. But the crowds, having heard, followed him on-foot from the cities.
14
So when he got out he saw a great crowd. And he felt-tender-affection for them, and he cured their sick [ones].
15
But [at the time] of late [oyiaj] having become his disciples came to him saying: The place is lonely and the hour has already passed by; send off the crowds, in order that having gone off into the villages they might buy themselves foods.
16
However, Jesus said to them: They do not have to leave: You give them [something] to eat.
17
They said to him: We do not have [anything] here but 5 loaves and 2 fishes.
18
He said: Bring them here to me.
19
And having commanded the crowds to recline on the grass, he took the 5 loaves and the 2 fishes, and, looking up into heaven, he blessed [them] and, having broken [them] he gave the loaves to the disciples, and the disciples [gave them] to the crowds.
20
So all ate and were satisfied, and they took up the remaining-over/abounding [perisseuon] of the fragments [perisseuw a surplus of fragments, possessive], 12 baskets full .
21
Yet the [ones] eating were males about [wsei] 5,000, apart from women and little-children [paidiwn].
22
And immediately, he compelled the disciples to step aboard the boat and go ahead of him to the other-side [peran], while he sent off the crowds.

CNC (5,1,6,1,2,0,9,1,3,3) = 31
INC Jesus, Boat, Place, Crowds, Cities, Disciples, Hour, Villages, Foods, Loaves, Fishes, Grass, Heaven, Baskets, Males, Women, Little-children = 17

Matthew 14:13-22 and Mark 6:30-45 are parallel. Totals are in Mark. In both accounts Jesus leaves Capernaum for a lonely place on that side of the lake towards Tiberias, and then after the feeding the disciples head for the Bethsaida side of the lake.

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23
And having sent the crowds away, he went up into the mountain by himself to pray. But [at the time] of evening [oyiaj] having occurred, he was there alone.
24
The boat was already many stadia from the land, being tormented by the waves, because the wind was adverse.
25
But in the 4th watch of the night he came to them, walking upon the sea.
26
But the disciples, having seen him walking upon the sea, were troubled, saying that: It is an apparition! And they cried out from the fear.
27
But immediately Jesus spoke to them saying: Take-courage, I am [here] fear not.
28
Answering Peter said to him: Lord, if you are [here], command me to come to you upon the waters.
29
He said: Come! And Peter, getting down from the boat, walked upon the waters and went toward Jesus.
30
But looking at the wind, he grew afraid and, starting to sink, he cried out: Lord, save me!
31
So immediately Jesus stretching out the hand caught hold of him and said to him: You of little-faith, why did you doubt?
32
And when they had stepped aboard the boat, the wind abated.
33
But the [ones] in the boat did obeisance to him, saying: Truthfully You are [a] Son of God.

CNC (2,5,2,4,1,3,4,2,2,2,2) = 29

INC Crowds, Mountain, Boat4, Stadia, Land, Waves, Wind3, Watch of Night, Sea2, Disciples, Apparition, Fear, Jesus, Peter, Lord, Waters, Hand, Son of God = 18

Matthew 14:23-33 and Mark 6:46-52 are parallel. 
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34 And having got across they came upon the land into Gennesaret.
35
And having recognized him, the males of that place sent forth into all that surrounding-country [pericwron], and brought towards him all the [ones] holding badly.
36
And they were entreating him in order that they might only touch [ayontai] of the fringe [genitive direct object] of his outer-garment; and as many as touched [it] were saved-through.

CNC = 3
INC Land, Males of Place, Fringe of Outer-garment = 3
 

Matthew 14:34-36 and Mark 6:53-56 are parallel. Totals in Mark.

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MATTHEW CHAPTER 15
1
Then Scribes and Pharisees from Jerusalem came towards Jesus, saying:
2
Why are your disciples overstepping the tradition of the ancient [ones]? For they are not washing the hands whenever they eat bread.
3
Answering, he said to them: Why also are you overstepping the commandment [entolh] of God due to your tradition?
4
For God said, 'Honor the father and the mother'; and, 'The [one] reviling father or mother let him stop by death.'
5
But you teach, 'Whoever says to his father or mother: [this thing] by which you might-get-benefit out of me is [in fact] an offering,
6
does not have to honor his father [with that thing].' So you have invalidated the word of God through your tradition.
7
Hypocrites, Isaiah aptly prophesied about you, saying:
8
'This people honors me with their lips, yet their heart is far removed from me.
9
Fruitlessly they keep worshiping me, [ones] teaching [as/for] doctrines, commands [entalma] of men.'
10
And having called over the crowd he said to them: Listen and understand:
11
The [thing] entering into the mouth does not defile the man; but the [thing] coming forth out [ek] of the mouth, this defiles the man [this is a parable according to Peter. It is comparing vomit to bad words. Vomit defiles as do wicked words. But the nouns in the parables are not meant comparatively. It is the stuff going into and out of the mouth that is comparative].

CNC (4,4,2,6,3,3,2,0,0,1,2) = 27
INC Scribes, Pharisees, Jerusalem, Jesus, Disciples, Tradition, Hands, Bread, ( Commandment of God), God, Father, Mother, Death, Offering, Word of God, Hypocrites, Isaiah, Crowd, Man = 18. 

The Commandment of God is the Word of God and the word of God is the commandment of God. For man must live by every word that comes forth from Jehovah's mouth. And that is the whole point of this account .The traditions of man are bureaucratic creep over and above the perfect law, the perfect word, the perfect commandments of God.

Matthew 15:1-11 and Mark 7:1-15 are parallel. Totals are in Mark.

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12 Then the disciples came up and said to him: Do you know that the Pharisees having heard [that] word were stumbled?
13
But answering he said: Every plant [planting] that my Father, the heavenly [one] has not planted will be uprooted.
14
Let them be. Blind guides they are. If, then, a blind [one] guides a blind [one], both will fall into a pit.
15
Answering Peter said to him: Explain to us the parable.
16
At this he said: Are you even now still unenlightened [ones]? [binary question, reader condemnation]
17
Are you not aware that everything entering into the mouth passes along into the belly and is discharged into the sewer?
18
However, the [things] coming out of the mouth proceed out of the heart, and these are the [things] defiling the man.
19
For out of the heart come wicked reasonings, murders, adulteries, fornications, thefts, false-testimonies, blasphemies.
20
These is/are the [things] defiling the man; but to eat with unwashed hands does not defile the man.

CNC = 21
INC Disciples, Pharisees, Word, Father, Peter, Parable, Mouth, Man, Reasonings, Murders, Adulteries, Fornications, Thefts, False-testimonies, Blasphemies, Hands = 16

Matthew 15:12-20 and Mark 7:17-23 are parallel. Totals are in Mark.
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21 Leaving there, Jesus now withdrew into the parts of Tyre and {parts} of Sidon.
22
And, look! a Canaanite woman from those regions [oriwn] came out and cried aloud, saying: Have mercy on me, Lord, Son of David. My daughter is badly demonized.
23
But he did not answer a word to her. So his disciples came up and began to request him saying: Send her away; because she keeps crying out after us.
24
Answering he said: I was not sent forth to any but to the sheep, the [ones] having been lost of [the] house of Israel.
25
But having come she was doing obeisance to him, saying: Lord, help me!
26
Answering he said: It is not right to take the bread of the children and throw it to little-dogs [so bread is experience].
27
But she said: Yes [it is right], Lord; for even the little-dogs eat from the crumbs, the [ones] falling from the table of their lords.
28
Then answering Jesus said to her: Oh woman, great is your faith; let it happen to you as you wish. And her daughter was healed from that hour.

CNC = 17

INC Jesus, Parts of Tyre, Parts of Sidon, Woman, Regions, Lord, Son, Daughter, Word, Disciples, Faith, Hour = 12 

Mark 7:24-30 and Matthew 15:21-28 are parallel. Totals in Mark.
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29 Having gone across from there, Jesus came beside the sea of Galilee, and, having gone up into the mountain, he was sitting there.
30 And many crowds approached him, having with them lame [ones], maimed [ones], blind [ones], dumb [ones], and many other [ones], and they threw them at his feet, and he cured them;
31
so that the crowd were amazed seeing dumb [ones] speaking and lame [ones] walking and blind [ones] seeing, and they glorified the God of Israel.
32
But Jesus having called his disciples said: I feel-pity on the crowd, because already 3 days they have stayed with me and they have nothing to eat; and I am not willing to send them away fasting. They may possibly give out on the way/road.
33
However, the disciples said to him: From where in [this] desolate-place are we going to get so many loaves in order to satisfy a crowd so great?
34
And Jesus said to them: How many loaves have you? They said: 7, and a few little-fishes [icqudion].
35
So, having ordered the crowd to recline upon the earth/ground,
36
he took the 7 loaves and the fishes [icquj] [2NC celebration] and, having-given-thanks, he broke [them] and began giving [them] to the disciples, and the disciples [gave them] to the crowds [plural because they reclined in groups presumably as in the 5,000 but they were still the same overall crowd as verse 35].
37
And all ate and were satisfied, and they took up the remaining-over/abounding of the fragments [perisseuw a verb which takes the genitive], 7 provision-baskets full.
38
Yet the [ones] eating were 4,000 males, apart from women and little-children.

CNC = 31
INC Jesus, Sea of Galilee, Mountain, Crowd, Feet, God of Israel, Disciples, Days, Way, Desolate-place, Loaves, (Little-fishes), Earth, Fishes, Provision-baskets, Fragments, Males, Women, Little-children = 18

Matthew 15:29-38 and Mark 8:1-9 are parallel. Totals in Mark
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39 And having sent the crowds away, he stepped into the boat and came into the regions [orion] of Magadan.

MATTHEW CHAPTER 16
1
And the Pharisees and Sadducees approached and tempting [him] they asked him to display to them a sign out [ek] of sky/heaven [ouranoj] [God's home or the atmosphere].
2
Answering he said to them: [[[[at the time - epi] of evening [oyiaj] [an adjective] occurring you are accustomed to say, 'It will be fair-weather, for the sky/heaven is being-fire-red';
3
and at morning [prwi], 'It will be stormy-weather today, for the sky/heaven is gloomy-looking.' you know how to interpret the face/countenance/appearance [proswpon] of the sky/heaven but the signs of the times you cannot interpret.]]]] 
4
A generation wicked and an adulteress [moicalij is a noun - Mounce], keeps on seeking a sign, but no sign will be given it/her except the sign of Jonah. And he went away, leaving them behind (Matthew 16).

CNC 17
INC Crowds, Boat, Regions, Pharisees, Sadducees, Sign (3), Sky/Heaven, Fair-weather, Stormy-weather, Appearance of Sky/Heaven, Signs of Times, Generation, Sign of Jonah = 13

Matthew 15:39 - 6:4 and Mark 8:10-12 are parallel. Totals are in Mark. 

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5 Now having come to the other side, the disciples [realised that they] forgot to take loaves.
6
But Jesus said to them: Keep looking, watch out from the leaven of the Pharisees and Sadducees.
7
So they began to argue among themselves, saying: We did not take any loaves along.
8
Knowing [this], Jesus said: Why are you arguing among yourselves, because you have no loaves, [ones] little-of-faith?
9
Do you not yet perceive, or do you not remember the 5 loaves [5 FDS1 watches] of the 5,000 and how many baskets [years after FDS1 lost authority over saints] you took up?
10
Or the 7 loaves [7 Bilhah FDS2 watches] of the 4,000 and how many provision-baskets [months after sons of Bilhah raptured?] you took up?
11
How do you do not perceive that I did not talk to you about [peri] loaves? But watch out from the leaven of the Pharisees and Sadducees.
12
Then they grasped that he said to watch out, not from the leaven of the loaves, but from the teaching of the Pharisees and the Sadducees [the common teachings, where the two agree].

CNC = 13
INC Disciples, Loaves, Jesus, Baskets, Provision-baskets, Leaven of Loaves, Teaching of Pharisees and Sadducees = 7

Mark 8:13-21 and Matthew 16:5-12 are parallel. Totals in Mark

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13 Now having come into the parts of Caesarea-of-the-Philip, Jesus went asking his disciples: Who are men saying the Son of the man is?
14
They said: The [ones] say John, the Baptist, but others Elijah, still others Jeremiah or one of the prophets [partitive genitive].
15
He said to them: You, though, who do you say I am?
16
Answering Simon, Peter said: You are the Christ, the Son of the God, the living [one].
17
Answering Jesus said to him: Happy are you, Simon, Bar-Jonah, [Aramaic title: Son of Jonah]  because flesh and blood [a metonym for man] did not reveal [it] to you, but my Father, the [one] in the heavens [did].
18
Also, I am saying to you that, you are Peter [petroj - a stone], and on this rock-mass [petra] I will build my congregation, and the gates of Hades [the 2 gates into Hades are sleep and death!] will not overpower it.
19
I will give you the closing-means [kleij] [literally that which serves for closing - Liddell] of the kingdom of the heavens, and whatever you may bind upon the earth will be bound in the heavens, and whatever you may loose upon earth will be loosed in the heavens.
20
Then [tote] he warned the disciples in order that they should tell no one that he was the Christ.

CNC = 29
INC Parts of Caesarea-of-the-Philip, Jesus, Disciples, Men, Son of the Man, John, Baptist, Elijah, Jeremiah, Prophets, Simon, Peter, Christ, Son of God, Flesh, Blood, Father, Heavens, Congregation, Closing-means of the Kingdom, Earth = 21

The account continues see Mark 8:34-9:1 which is parallel.

21 From [apo] then [tote] Jesus, Christ started to show his disciples that it is necessary for him to go off into Jerusalem and suffer many [things] from the older [men] and chief-priests and scribes, and be killed, and on the 3rd day be raised up.

22 And taking him towards himself Peter started to rebuke him, saying: Be kind to yourself, Lord; you will certainly not have this [destiny].
23
But, the [one] turning said to Peter: Get thee behind me, Satan! [Peter was not Satan. But he acting like Satan. So Satan was a metaphor for him] You are a my stumbling-block, [being the first stone and the head of his wife, he was Eve to Jesus] because you think, not the [things] of God, but the [things] of men.

CNC  = 39
INC Parts of Caesarea-of-the-Philip, Jesus, Disciples, Men, Son of the Man, John, Baptist, Elijah, Jeremiah, Prophets, Simon, Peter, Christ, Son of God, Flesh, Blood, Father, Heavens, Congregation, Closing-means of the Kingdom, Earth = 21, Jerusalem, Chief-priests, Scribes, Day, Lord = 26

Matthew 16:13-23 and Mark 8:27-33 and Luke 9:18-22 are parallel. Totals in Mark.

The two gates into Hades are sleep and death!

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24 Then [tote] [this advice follows from Jesus being outspoken about his own death on a literal torture stake!] Jesus said to his disciples: If anyone wants to come after me, let him disown himself and pick up his torture-stake [evidence that Jesus was impaled and not crucified] and continually follow me.
25
For whoever wants to save his soul [should be comparative - we all want to save our souls, but Christians want to serve God more] will lose it; but whoever loses his soul on-account of me will find it.
26
For how will a man be helped/benefited if he gains the whole world but forfeits his soul? or what will a man give in exchange of his soul? [These are rhetorical questions. They are not comparative speech]
27
For the Son of the man is about to be coming in the glory of his Father with his angels, and then he will recompense each one according to his practice.
28
Truly I am saying to you that there are some of the [ones] standing here that will not taste of death [genitive direct object] at all until they see the Son of the man coming in his kingdom.

CNC = 15
INC Jesus, Disciples, Soul, Man, World, Exchange of Soul, Son of Man, Glory of Father, Angels, Practice, Death, Kingdom = 12

Matthew 16:24-28 and Mark 8:34-9:1 are parallel since they both occurred 6 days before the Transfiguration. Luke 9:23-27 is not since it occurred 8 days before the Transfiguration. Luke is stand alone and counts that way. Totals are in Mark.

geuomai meaning to taste, is an interesting verb. It takes an accusative direct object when meant literally and a genitive direct object when meant metaphorically, as above - Walter Bauer. If only all Greek verbs were like that! Death and fries anyone?

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MATTHEW CHAPTER 17
1
And after 6 days, Jesus took along Peter and James and John, his brother and brought them up into a lofty mountain privately.
2
And he was transfigured before them, and his face shone as [wj] the sun, and his outer-garments became white as [wj] the light.
3
And, look! there appeared to them Moses and Elijah, conversing with him.
4
Responding Peter said to Jesus: Lord, it is fine for us to be here. If you wish, I will erect 3 tents here, one for you and one for Moses and one for Elijah.
5
While he was yet speaking, look! a bright cloud overshadowed them, and, look! a voice out of the cloud, saying: This is the Son, of me, the beloved [one], [pronoun imbalance but no further substitutions. 2Peter 1:17 has: My son, my beloved for this - which has no pronoun imbalance] in whom I have delighted, listen to him.
6
And hearing [this] the disciples fell upon their face and became-fearful very much
7
And Jesus approached and touching them said: Get up and be not fearful.
8
But having raised their eyes, they saw no one but Jesus himself only.

CNC (7,2,2,6,4,2,1,2) = 26
INC Days, Jesus, Peter, James, John, Brother, Mountain, Face, Outer-garments, Moses, Elijah, Lord, Tents, Cloud, Voice, Son, Disciples, Eyes = 18

9 And [epi - at the time] of their descending out of the mountain, Jesus commanded them, saying: Tell the vision/spectacle to no one until the Son of the man is raised up from the dead [ones].
10
However, the disciples inquired of him, saying: Why, therefore, are the scribes saying that it is necessary for Elijah to come first?
11
The [one] answering said: Elijah, indeed, is coming and will restore all [things].
12
However, I am saying to you that Elijah has already come and they did not recognize him but did with him as many [things] as they wanted. Thus also the Son of the man is about to suffer by them.
13
Then the disciples perceived that he spoke to them about [peri] John, the Baptist [this is not a double designation due to the ambiguity with John the brother of James, one of the 3 witnesses to the Transfiguration.. The scriptures are ONLY ambiguous when God designs them that way because both possible meanings are true in some thread of the account]

CNC (4,3,1,2,3) = 12
INC Mountain, Jesus, Vision, Son of Man, Disciples, Scribes, Elijah, John, Baptist = 9

Matthew CNC = 26+12 = 38
Matthew INC Days, Jesus, Peter, James, John, Brother, Mountain, Face, Outer-garments, Moses, Elijah, Lord, Tents, Cloud, Voice, Son, Disciples, Eyes = 18, Vision, Son of Man, Scribes, Baptist = 22

Matthew 17:1-13 and Mark 9:2-13 and Luke 9:28-36, all the 3 accounts of the transfiguration, are plainly parallel. Totals in Luke.

There have to be 3 threads, because the word tent appears 3 times in total. So if there were two threads, then tent would only ever mean a canvas temporary accommodation unit. 

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14 And [epi - at the time] of coming toward the crowd, a man approached him, kneeling down to him and saying:
15
Lord, have-mercy on my son, because he-is-epileptic and is holding badly, for many-times [pollakij] he falls into the fire and many-times [pollakij] into the water;
16
and I have brought him to your disciples, but they could not cure him.
17
Answering Jesus said: Oh faithless and twisted generation, how long must I continue with you? How long must I put up with you? Bring him here to me.
18
And Jesus rebuked it, and the demon came out of him; and the boy [paij] was cured from that hour.
19
Then the disciples came up to Jesus privately [new scenario sense override] and said: Why is it we could not expel it?
20
And the [one] said to them: Because of your little-faith [oligopistia]. For truly I am saying to you, If ever you have faith [pistij] as [wj] a grain of mustard, you will say to this mountain, 'Transfer from here to there,' and it will transfer, and nothing will be impossible for you.

21 [[[[However this kind [genoj] does not come out except by prayer [proseuch] and fasting [nhsteia] [Not in Vatican B or Sinaiticus or WHO. But in Alexandrinus, Syriac Peshitta and Latin versions. Jesus did not fast other than on atonement day. Because the groom was present. So this is NOT CANONICAL] ]]]]

CNC = 17
INC Crowd, Man, Lord, Son, Fire, Water, Disciples, Jesus, Generation, Demon, Boy, Hour, Little-faith, Faith = 14

Matthew 17:14-20 and Mark 9:14-29 and Luke 9:37-43 are parallel. Totals in Mark. And Matthew 17:21 is not canonical.
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22 But [epi - at the time] of their being gathered together in Galilee, Jesus said to them: The Son of man is destined to be delivered/given beside [paradidwmi] into hands of men,
23
and they will kill him, and in [from the dative case] the 3rd day he will be raised up. And they were very much grieved.

CNC = 2.
INC Galilee, Jesus = 2

Mathew 17:22-23 and Mark 9:30-32 are Luke 9:44-45 are parallel. Even though Mark 9:30-32 happened after he departed from the house he entered in Mark 9:28 when he explained to his disciples that the demon could only be expelled by prayer. Whereas Luke is set after the expulsion when people are marvelling and before he entered into the house and explained how to expel the demon. Luke was the warm up: I am going to be delivered into the hands of men. Matthew and Mark are the big deal: They will kill me and I will rise on/after the 3rd day. Totals in Mark.

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24 [upon] their coming into Capernaum the [ones] collecting the 2-drachmas [temple tax] approached Peter and said: Your teacher is not paying the 2-drachmas [temple tax]?
25 He said: Yes. However, having entered the house, Jesus got ahead of/anticipated him saying: What do you think, Simon? From which [ones] do the kings of the earth receive duties or head-tax? From their sons or from the foreign [ones]?
26 When he said: From the foreign [ones], Jesus said to him: Really, then, the sons are free.
27 But that we do not cause them to stumble: You go to the sea, cast a hook, and lift up the first fish having come up and, when you open its mouth, you will find a stater-coin. Take that and give it to them for me and you (Matthew 17).

Literal CNC = 10 ( 2 Threads) 
Literal INC: 2-Drachmas, Peter, Teacher, House, Jesus, Simon, Mouth, Stater-coin =8 

SCNC = 8 (1 thread).
SINC Kings, Duties, Head-tax, Sons, Sea, Hook, Fish = 7 

Tax parable SCNC = 4 (1 thread).
SINC Kings of Earth, Duties, Head-tax, Sons = 4

A drachma was a day's wage. So to get 4 days wages from one fish was good. In this way possibly neither Peter nor Jesus nor any human paid temple tax out of their own money, which might have avoided a problem with a temple tax not mentioned in the Law of Moses. Peter was sent on an evangelical campaign and this first person who listened made a donation.

Matthew 17:24-27 is not parallel.

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MATTHEW CHAPTER 18
1
In that hour the disciples came towards Jesus and said: Who really is greatest in the kingdom of the heavens?
2
So, summoning a little-child, he set it in the midst of them.
3
and said: Truly I am saying to you, unless you turn around and become as [wj] little-children, you will by certainly not enter into the kingdom of the heavens.
4
Therefore, whoever will humble himself [to be] like [wj] this little-child, this [one] is the greatest in the kingdom of the heavens;
5
and whoever receives one little-child like-such [toioutoj] [arriving] upon [i.e. on account of] my name [so a little spiritual child] receives me.
6
But whoever stumbles one of these little [ones] the [ones] putting-faith in me, it is better for him that a millstone of-an-ass should be hung around his neck and he should be sunk in the watery-deep of the sea [symbolic speech for being permanently thrown out of the true church with the condemnatory stone tablet of the Ass, the law of the church hung around his neck in shame - for at least he can be sealed into the FRC or the OMC].
7
Woe to the world from the stumbling-blocks! Because [its is] a necessity [for] the stumbling-blocks to come, nevertheless [plhn] woe to the man through whom the stumbling-block comes!
8
So if your hand or your foot is stumbling you, cut it off and throw [it] away from you. It is finer for you to enter into the life maimed or lame than having 2 hands or 2 feet to be thrown into the fire, the indefinitely/everlasting [people have cut their arms off when trapped in a burning barn! Not a double designation. Makes no sense separately].
9
Also, if your eye is stumbling you, take it out and throw it away from you. It is finer for you to enter one-eyed into the life than having 2 eyes to be thrown into the Gehenna of the fire.
10
See to it that you do not despise of one [genitive direct object] of these little [ones], for I tell you that their angels in [the] heavens through everything behold the face of my Father, the [one] in [the] heavens.

11 -- [[[For the Son of Man came to save what was lost]]] [Not in Vatican B or Sinaiticus. In Alexandrinus and Scrivener and Stephanus and Byzantine Majority text. We INCLUDE it!!]

CNC = 22
INC Hour, Disciples, Jesus, Kingdom of Heavens, Little-child, Name, World, Necessity, Man, Hand, Foot, Life, Eye, Angels, Heavens, Son of Man = 16

SCNC = 12
SINC = Little-child, Millstone, Neck, watery-deep, Stumbling blocks, Fire, Gehenna of Fire, Face of Father, Face of the [one] in [the] Heavens = 9

Matthew 18:1-35  (see Matthew 19:1) and Mark 9:33-50 and Luke 9:46-50 are parallel.

Fire is symbolic and Gehenna is symbolic (it is not the literal valley of Hinnom outside Jerusalem, the urban incinerator, where they threw the bodies of criminals.

12 What do you think? If a certain one [tij - with a grave on the i, the opposite way round to the acute on the i in tij in the parallel parable in Luke 15, hinting at the reversed double designation here where the pronoun precedes the noun] a man comes to have 100 sheep and one of them gets strayed, will he not leave the 99 upon the mountains and go seeking the [one] straying?
13
And if he happens to find it, truly I am saying to you, he rejoices more over it than over the 99, the [ones] not having strayed.
14
Thus/Likewise it is not [the] will before [i.e. in the estimation of] my Father, the [one] in heavens that one of these little [ones] should perish.

The lost sheep parables of Matthew 18:12-14 and Luke 15:4-7 are not parallel. There is no such thing as parallel parables. Only parallel literal accounts.

15 But if ever your brother should sin, go away and reprove him between you and him alone. If he listens to you, you have gained your brother [in the congregation].
16
But if ever he does not listen, take along with you yet one or 2 more, in order that at [the] mouth of 2 witnesses or {[the] mouth of} 3 witnesses every saying may be established.
17
But if ever he does not listen to them, speak to the congregation [the head of the congregation, the body of elders. This is a metonym]. But if ever he does not listen even to the congregation, let him be to you just as [wsper] a foreign [one] and a tax-collector.
18
Truly I am saying to you, whatever [things] you may bind on the earth will be [things] bound in heaven, and whatever [things] you may loose on the earth will be [things] loosed in heaven.
19
Again truly I am saying to you, if ever 2 out of you on earth agree about any matter [pragma] of which they should request [a judicial matter in the congregation with 2 elders agreeing one of which is presiding of the proceedings], it will take place for them beside my Father, the [one] in heavens.
20
For where there are 2 or 3 gathered together into my name, there I am in the midst? of them.[14]

21 Then [tote] Peter came up and said to him: Lord, how-many-times [posakij] is my brother to sin against me and am I to forgive him? Up to 7-times [eptakij - an adverb]?
22
Jesus said to him: I say to you, not, up to 7-times, but, up to 70-times 7 [ebdomhkontakij epta].

23 That is why the kingdom of the heavens has become like a man, a king, that wanted to settle word/account with his slaves.
24 When he started to settle it, there was brought to him one [slave], a debtor of 10,000 talents [60,000,000 Denarii].
25 But because he did not have [the means] to pay [it] back, [his] master/Lord [kurioj] ordered him and his wife and his children [teknon] and all the things he had to be sold and payment-to-be-made.
26 Therefore the slave fell down and began to do obeisance to him, saying, 'Be patient with me and I will pay back everything to you.'
27 Moved-to-pity at this, the Lord of the slave let him off and cancelled his loan [danion].
28 But that slave went out and found one of his fellow-slaves that was owing him 100 Denarii; and, grabbing him, he began to choke him, saying, 'Pay back whatever you owe.'
29 Therefore his fellow-slave fell down and began to entreat him, saying, 'Be patient with me and I will pay you back.'
30 However, he was not willing, but went off and had him thrown into prison until he should pay back what was owing.
31 When, therefore, his fellow-slaves saw the things that had happened, they became very much grieved, and they went and made clear to their Lord all the things that had happened.
32 Then his Lord summoned him and said to him, 'Wicked slave, I cancelled all that debt [ofeilhn] for you, when you entreated me.
33 Ought you not, in turn, to have-had-mercy-on your fellow-slave, as I also had-mercy-on you?'
34 With that his Lord, provoked-to-wrath, delivered him to the jailers, until he should pay back all that was owing.

35 Thus/likewise also my father, the heavenly [one] will deal with you if you do not forgive each one his brother [you do not only forgive spiritual brothers, the Jews should forgive brothers in Jacob and we actually should all forgive brothers in Noah] from your hearts.

Matthew 18:12-35 CNC = 3+14+3+1+1 = 22 (2 threads)
Matthew 18:12-35 INC Will, Father, Heavens, Mouth of Witnesses, Saying, Congregation, Earth, Matter, Name, Peter, Lord, Jesus, Kingdom of Heavens = 13 (2 threads)

Mark CNC = 25
Mark INC House, Way, Servant, Little-child, Name, John, Teacher, Demons, Jesus, Powerful-work, Cup of Water, Name of Christ, Reward, Hand, Life, Foot, Eye, Kingdom of God = 18
Luke CNC = 9
Luke
INC Reasoning, Jesus, ( Reasoning of heart), Little-child, John, Instructor, Demons, Name = 7

Matthew + Mark + Luke CNC = 22+22+25+9 = 78 (2 threads)
Matthew + Mark + Luke INC: Hour, Disciples, Jesus, Kingdom of Heavens, Little-child, Name, World, Necessity, Man, Hand, Foot, Life, Eye, Angels, Heavens, Son of Man = 16, House, Way, Servant, John, Teacher, Demons, Powerful-work, Cup of Water, Name of Christ, Reward, Kingdom of God = 27, Reasoning, Instructor = 29, Will, Father, Mouth of Witnesses, Saying, Congregation, Earth, Matter, Peter, Lord = 38 (2 threads)

Matthew 18:12-35: SCNC = 3+3+1+24+2 = 33
Matthew 18:12-35: SINC Man, Sheep, Mountains, Brother, Tax-collector, King, Word, Slave, Debtor of Talents, Lord, Wife, Children, (Lord of Slave), Loan, (Fellow-slave), Denarii, Prison, Debt, Jailers, hearts = 18 

Mark SINC Little-children, Millstone, Neck, Sea, Gehenna, Fire, Worm, Maggot, Salt = 9 
Matthew 18:1-11: SINC = Little-child, Millstone, Neck, watery-deep, Stumbling blocks, Fire, Gehenna of Fire, Face of Father, Face of the [one] in [the] Heavens = 9

Matthew + Mark SCNC = 12+33=45 (3 threads)
Matthew + Mark SINC
Man, Sheep, Mountains, Brother, Tax-collector, King, Word, Slave, Debtor of Talents, Lord, Wife, Children [teknon], (Lord of Slave), Loan, (Fellow-slave), Denarii, Prison, Debt, Jailers, hearts = 18 (3 threads), .Little-child, Millstone, Neck, Watery-Deep, Stumbling-blocks, Fire, (Gehenna of Fire), Face of Father, Sea, Gehenna, Worm, Maggot, Salt = 30 (3 threads). 

Having interpreted 'Slave' one has got 'fellow-slave' (douloj and sundouloj). 'Fellow-slave' is literally 'with-slave', and 'with' is an invariant preposition.

1 Talent is 3000 Shekels which is 9000 Denarii. 10,000 Talents is 90,000,000 Denarii. So 900,000:1 Debt ratio here! 

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MATTHEW CHAPTER 19
1
And it happened when Jesus had finished these words, he departed from Galilee and came into the frontiers of Judea across [peran] [ndefinite so not used substantively] the Jordan.
2
Also, great crowds followed him, and he cured them there.
3
And Pharisees came up to him, tempting him and asking: If it is lawful to divorce his woman according to every cause?
4
But answering he said: Did you not read that the [one] created them from [the] beginning made them male [arsen] and female,
5
and he [God] said, 'On account of this a man will leave the father and his mother and will stick to his woman, and the 2 will be into one flesh? [Groves Wheeler, Liddell, Strong and Mounce think it is a noun]
6 So that they are no longer 2, but one flesh [this concept is repeated - a successive articulation]. Therefore, what God has yoked together let no man put apart.
7 They said to him: Why, therefore, has Moses commanded to give a certificate of separation and to divorce her?
8
He said to them that Moses, [due] to your hardheartedness, conceded to you to divorce your women, but from the beginning it has not been like that.
9
And I say to you that whoever divorces his woman, except upon fornication, and marries another commits-adultery [Perfection of the sermon on the mount].

CNC (5,1,3,1,5,3,2,4,2) = 26
INC Jesus, Words, Galilee, Frontiers of Judea, Jordan, Crowds, Pharisees, Woman, Cause, Beginning, Man, Father, Mother, Flesh, God, Moses, Certificate of Separation, Hardheartedness, Fornication = 19

Matthew 19:1-19 and Mark 10:1-9 are parallel.

Mark CNC (3,3,1,2,3,1,3,2,2) = 20
Mark INC Frontiers of Judea, Jordan, Crowds, Pharisees, Male, Woman, Moses, Certificate of Separation, Jesus, Hardheartedness, Commandment, Beginning of Creation, Man, Father, Mother, Flesh, God = 17

Matthew + Mark CNC = 26 + 20 = 46 (2 threads).
Matthew + Mark INC Jesus, Words, Galilee, Frontiers of Judea, Jordan, Crowds, Pharisees, Woman, Cause, Beginning, Man, Father, Mother, Flesh, God, Moses, Certificate of Separation, Hardheartedness, Fornication = 19, Male, Commandment, Beginning of Creation = 22 (2 threads)

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10 The disciples said to him [before they entered the house of Mark 10:10]: If the cause/position of the man is like-this [outwj] with his woman, it is not advisable to marry.
11
He said to them: Not all make-room for the word, but [the ones] to whom it has been given.
12
For [there] are eunuchs who were generated like-that out of womb of mother, and [there] are eunuchs who were made-eunuchs by men, and [there] are eunuchs who made-eunuchs of themselves due to the kingdom of the heavens. Let him that can make-room for it make-room for it.

CNC = 10 (2 threads)
INC Disciples, Cause/Position of Man, Woman, Word, Eunuchs (3), Womb of Mother, Men, Kingdom of Heavens = 8 (2 threads)

Matthew 19:10-12 counts correctly by itself. So Matthew 19:10-12 and Mark 10:10-12 are NOT parallel. The disciples asked Jesus about this twice. First in Matthew and second in Mark.

Matthew 1810-12 is not parallel. 

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13 Then [tote] little-children were brought to him, in order that he might lay the hands upon them and he might pray. But the disciples rebuked them.
14
But Jesus said: Let the little-children alone, and do not prevent them from coming to me, for the kingdom of the heavens is [made] of such [ones].
15
And having land the hands upon them and went from there.

CNC = 7
INC Little-children, Hands, Disciples, Jesus, Kingdom of Heavens = 5

Matthew 19:13-15 and Mark 10:10-16 and Luke 18:15-17 are parallel and all set in the house of Mark 10:10. Then they leave the house in Mark 10:17 and the ruler comes along.

Matthew + Mark + Luke CNC = 7 + 11 + 6 = 24 (2 threads)

Mark INC = House, Disciples, Woman, Male, Little-children, Jesus, Kingdom of God, Hands = 8.
Luke: INC Infants, Disciples, Jesus, Little-children, Kingdom of God = 5

Matthew + Mark + Luke INC Little-children, Hands, Disciples, Jesus, Kingdom of Heavens, House, Woman, Male, Kingdom of God, Infants = 10 (2 threads)

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16 And look! a certain one came up to him [in the house] and said: Teacher, what good [thing] must I do in order to have everlasting life?
17
But the [one] said to him: Why do you ask me about the good [behaviour]? One is the good [one]. If, though, you want to enter into life, be observing the commandments.
18
He said to him: Which ones? Jesus said: The [one], you must not murder, you must not commit-adultery, you must not steal, you must not bear-false-witness.
19
Honor the father and the mother, and, you must love your nearby [one] [plhsion] as [wj] yourself.
20
The young-man [neaniskoj] said to him: I have kept all these; what yet am I lacking?
21
Jesus said to him: If you want to be perfect, go sell the [things] belonging of you and give to the poor [ones] and you will have treasure [literally stored up stuff] in heavens, and come follow me.
22
But, the young-man, having heard this word, went away grieved, for he was holding many possessions.

CNC = 14
INC Teacher, Life, Commandments, Jesus, Father, Mother, Young-man, Treasure, Heavens, Word, Possessions = 11

23 But Jesus said to his disciples [after the conversation with the ruler of Mark 10 and Luke 18]: Truly I say to you that the rich [one] will difficultly enter into the kingdom of the heavens.
24
Again I say to you, It is easier for a camel to enter through an aperture/hole/eye of a needle [rafij] than [for] a rich [one] to enter into the kingdom of God [a direct comparison].
25
But the disciples, having heard [this] were very much astounded [this would only happen the once so these verses are parallel to Mark 10 and Luke 18], saying: Who really can be saved?
26
Looking directly [into them], Jesus said to them: With men this is impossible, but with God all [things] possible [are]. [9]

CNC = 21
INC Teacher, Life, Commandments, Jesus, Father, Mother, Young-man, Treasure, Heavens, Word, Possessions = 11, Disciples, Kingdom of Heavens, Men, God = 15

27 Then [tote] answering Peter said to him: Look! We have left all [things] and followed you; what really will [there] be for us?
28
Jesus said to them: Truly I am saying to you, that in the re-creation, whenever the Son of the man sits down upon his throne of glory, you, the [ones] having followed me, you will also sit upon 12 thrones, judging the 12 tribes of Israel.
29
And everyone who has left houses or brothers or sisters or father or mother or children or fields on-account-of my name will receive many-times-more and will inherit everlasting life.
30
But many first [ones] will be last [ones] and last [ones] will be first [ones].

MATTHEW CHAPTER 20
1
For the kingdom of the heavens is like a man, a householder, who went out early [in the morning] to hire workers for his vineyard.
2 When he had agreed with the workers [to be paid] out of [ek] a denarius [genitive], [for] the day, he sent them forth into his vineyard.
3 Going out also about the 3rd hour, he saw others standing unemployed in the marketplace,
4 and to those he said, 'You also, go into the vineyard, and whatever is just I will give you.'
5 So off they went. Again he went out about the 6th and the 9th hour and did likewise.
6 But, about the 11th [hour] he went out and found others standing, and he said to them, 'Why have you been standing here all day unemployed?'
7 They said to him, 'Because nobody has hired us.' He said to them, 'You too go into the vineyard.'
8 When it became late, the Lord of the vineyard said to his foreman, 'Call the workers and pay them their wages, proceeding from the last to the first.'
9 When the 11th hour [ones] came, they each received a denarius.
10 So, when the first came, they concluded they would receive more; but they also each received a denarius.
11 On receiving it they began to murmur against [kata] the householder [genitive from kata]kata]
12 and said, 'These last [ones] did one hour, still you made them equal to us who bore the burden of the day and the burning heat!'
13 But in reply to one of them he said, 'Fellow, I do you no wrong. You agreed with me [wages] [Greek thinks it is cool to leave 'obvious' words out] of a denarius, did you not?
14 Take what is yours and go. I want to give to this last [one] the same as to you.
15 Is it not lawful for me to do what I want with my own [things]? Or is your eye wicked because I am good?'
16 Thus the last [ones] will be first, and the first [ones] last (Matthew 20).  

Vineyard Workers Parable

SCNC = 27 (3 threads). 
SINC: Man, Householder, Workers, Vineyard, Denarius, Day, Hour, Marketplace, Lord of Vineyard, Foreman, Wages, Burden of Day, Heat, Fellow, Eye = 15

Denarius (3), Hour (4), Day (2) Workers (3), Householder (2).

Multiple Designations: Man, Householder, Lord of Vineyard.

LCNC = 15 (1 thread)
LINC Peter, Jesus, Re-creation, Son of Man, Tribes, Houses, Brothers, Sisters, Father, Mother, Children, Fields, Name, Life, Kingdom of Heavens = 15

Matthew 19:16-20:16 and Mark 10:17-31 and Luke 18:18-30 are parallel.

Mark CNC = 41
Mark INC Way, Teacher, Life, Jesus, God, Commandments, Father, Mother, Youth, Treasure, Heaven, Word, Possessions, Disciples, Riches, Kingdom of God, Children, Men, Peter, House, Brothers, Sisters, Fields, Good-news, Appointed-time, Persecutions, System = 27

Luke CNC = 27
Luke
INC Ruler, Teacher, Life, Jesus, God, Commandments, Father, Mother, Youth, Treasure, Heavens, Riches, Kingdom of God, Men, Peter, House, Woman, Brothers, Parents, Children, Appointed-time, System = 22

Matthew + Mark + Luke CNC = 21 + 15+ 41 + 27 = 104 (2 threads)

Matthew + Mark + Luke INC Teacher, Life, Commandments, Jesus, Father, Mother, Young-man, Treasure, Heavens, Word, Possessions = 11, Disciples, Kingdom of Heavens, Men, God = 15, Way, Youth, Riches, Kingdom of God, Children, Peter, House, Brothers, Sisters, Fields, Good-news, Appointed-time, Persecutions, System = 29, Ruler, Woman, Parents = 32, Re-creation, Son of Man, Tribes, Name = 36 (2 threads) 

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17 Being now about to go up to Jerusalem [ierosoluma] Jesus took the 12 disciples off privately and said to them in the way/road:
18
Look! We are going up to Jerusalem [ierosoluma], and the Son of the man will be delivered up to the chief-priests and scribes, and they will condemn him to death,
19
and will deliver him up to the nations to make-fun of and to scourge and to impale, and in/by the [dative] 3rd day he will be raised up [on 33Nisan16 as a human] (Matthew 20).

CNC = 11
INC Jerusalem, Jesus, Disciples, Way, Son of Man, Chief-priests, Scribes, Death, Nations, Day = 10

We include Mark and Luke here for comparative purposes...

31 Having taken the 12 aside, he said to them: Look! We are going up to Jerusalem [ierousalhm], and all the [things] written through [not by but through dia, so they were just secretaries] the prophets about the Son of man will be completed/fulfilled.
32
Because he will be delivered up to the nations and will be made fun of and be treated insolently and spit upon;
33
and after scourging him they will kill him, and to the day, the 3rd [not a double designation does not make sense singly. He rises as a human on 33Nisan16 and into heaven from Bethany of Luke 24 on 33Nisan17] he will rise.
34
However, they understood nothing of these [things]; and this utterance was hidden from them, and they were not knowing the [things] said (Luke 18).

The idea here is to go through the old testament and find all the prophetic references to the above treatment of the Christ. Jonah being in the belly of the whale for 3 days is one.

Luke CNC = 3 
Luke INC Prophets, Son of Man, Utterance = 3

32 But they were in the way/road going up to Jerusalem [ierosoluma], and Jesus was going-before them, and they were astonished, but the [ones] following began to fear. Once again he took the 12 aside and started to tell them the [things] destined to befall him:
33
[Saying] that look! We are advancing up to Jerusalem [ierosoluma], and the Son of man will be delivered to the chief-priests and to the scribes, and they will condemn him to death and will deliver him to the nations,
34
and they will make fun of him and will spit upon him and scourge him and kill him, and with/within/after [meta] 3 days [as a human on 33Nisan16 and into heaven from Bethany of Luke 24 on 33Nisan17] he will rise (Mark 10)

Mark CNC = 10
Mark INC Way, Jerusalem, Jesus, Son of Man, Chief-priests, Scribes, Death, Nations, Days = 9

Matthew 20:17-19 and Mark 10:32-34 and Luke 18:31-34 are parallel.

Total CNC = 11 + 10 + 3 = 24 (2 threads)

Mark: INC Way, Jerusalem, Jesus, Son of Man, Chief-priests, Scribes, Death, Nations, Days = 9

Luke: INC Jerusalem, Prophets, Utterance = 3

Total INC Jerusalem, Jesus, Disciples, Way, Son of Man, Chief-priests, Scribes, Death, Nations, Day, Prophets, Utterance = 12 (2 threads)

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20 Then [tote] the mother of the sons of Zebedee approached him with her sons, doing obeisance and asking [for] something from him.
21
He said to her: What do you want? She said to him: Say in order that these, my 2 sons, may sit down, one out of right [places] and one out of left [places], in your kingdom.
22
Answering Jesus said: You do not know what you are asking [for]. Can you drink the cup [literal cup is drunk representing a covenant, this is a metonym] that I am about to drink? They said to him: We are able.
23
He said to them: You will indeed drink my cup, but the sitting down at my right [places] and at my left [places] is not mine to give, but [belongs] to what ones it has been prepared [for] by my father.
24
Having heard [this] the 10 became indignant about the 2 brothers.
25
But Jesus, having summoned them, said: You know that the rulers of the nations lord-it over them and the great [ones] dominate over them.
26
It is not thus [outwj] among you. But whoever among you wants to become great must be your minister/deacon,
27
and whoever wants to be first among you must be your slave.
28
Just as [wsper] the Son of man came, not to be ministered to, but to minister, and to give his soul [for] a ransom in-exchange-of many.

CNC = 12
INC Mother of Sons of Zebedee, Sons, Kingdom, Jesus, Cup, Father, Brothers, Minister, Slave = 9

Matthew 20:20-28 and Mark 10:35-45 are parallel. Totals in Mark.

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29 And [epi - at the time] of them going out of Jericho a great crowd followed him.
30
And, look! 2 blind [ones] sitting beside the way/road. Having heard that Jesus was passing by, they cried out, saying: Lord, have mercy on us, Son of David!
31
But the crowd rebuked them in order that they should be silent. Yet the [ones] cried out louder, saying: Lord, have mercy on us, Son of David!
32
And having stopped Jesus called them and said: What do you want me to do for you?
33
They said to him: Lord, [do] in order that our eyes [ofqalmoj] might be opened.
34
But Jesus, having been moved-with-pity, touched of their eye-lids [omma] [genitive direct object], and immediately they saw again, and followed him.

CNC = 13 (1 thread)??
INC Crowd, Way, Jesus, Lord, Son, Eyes, Eye-lids = 7

Jesus (3), Lord (3), Crowd (2), Son (2). THIS COUNT IS WRONG. TOO MANY REPETITIONS TO HAVE ONLY ONE THREAD!!

Matthew 20:29-34 is not parallel. It has two blind ones, neither of whom are said to be beggars, and with Jesus touching their eye-lids, somehow counts singly and is not parallel to Mark 10:46-52 or to Luke 18:35-43 both one which involve a single blind beggar.

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MATTHEW CHAPTER 21
1
Well, when [ote] they got close into Jerusalem [ierosoluma] and came into Bethphage into the Mount of Olives, then [tote] Jesus sent forth 2 disciples,
2
saying to them: Be going into the village the [one] opposite you, and immediately you will find an ass tied, and a colt with her; untie them and bring them to me.
3
And if someone says anything to you, you must say, 'The Lord has need of them.' And immediately he will send them forth.
4
This actually happened in order that the [thing] spoken through the prophet might be fulfilled saying:
5
Tell the daughter of Zion, 'Look! Your King is coming to you, mild-tempered, and mounted upon an ass, and upon a colt, a son of a beast-of-burden.'
6
But the disciples, having gone and having done just as [kaqwj] Jesus ordered to them,
7
brought the ass and the colt, and put upon them their outer-garments, and he sat on top [epanw] [improper preposition] of them [He rode one then the other so as not to tire out the colt, which had never carried anyone before - not John Wayne riding both at once].
8
And the most/main/largest crowd spread their outer-garments in the way/road, but others were cutting branches [kladouj] from the trees and spreading [them] in the way/road.
9
But the crowds, the [ones] going ahead of him and the [ones] following him were crying out, saying: Hosanna [Indeclinable Hebrew word - Mounce thinks this is a noun meaning Save now? Thayer does not think it means 'save we pray' . Strong's thinks: Oh save!- some noun!] in/by the [dative] Son of David! Blessed is the [one] coming in the name of the Lord! Hosanna [oh save] in the highest [places]!
10
Now when he entered into Jerusalem, all the city was buzzing, saying: Who is this?
11
But the crowds were saying: This is the prophet, Jesus, the [one] from Nazareth of Galilee!
12
And Jesus entered into the temple and threw out all the [ones] selling and buying in the temple, and overturned the tables of the money-changers and the benches of the [ones] selling the doves.
13
And he said to them: It is written, 'My house will be called a house of prayer,' [Isaiah 56:7 LXX] but you are making it a cave of robbers [written in Jeremiah 7:11].
14
Also, blind [ones] and lame [ones] came up to him in the temple, and he cured them.
15
But having seen, the chief-priests and the scribes, the marvellous [things] which he did and the boys [paij], the [ones] crying out in the temple and saying: Hosanna [oh save] in/by the [dative] Son of David! [make non sense singly] they became indignant
16
and said to him: Do you hear what these are saying? But Jesus said to them: Yes. Did you never read that out of [the] mouth of pre-speech [ones] and of suckling [ones] you have furnished praise'?

CNC (4,3,2,1,0,1,3,6,3,2,3,5,0,1,5,1) = 40
INC Jerusalem, Mount of Olives, Jesus, Disciples, Village, Ass, Colt, Lord, Need, Prophet, Outer-garments, Crowd, Way, Branches, Trees, Son, Name of Lord, City, Temple, Tables of Money-changers, Benches, Chief-priests, Scribes, Boys = 24

Matthew 21:1-16 and Mark 11:1-11 and Luke 19:29-48 and John 12:12-19 are parallel. There was only one Palm Monday on 33Nisan10, when the sheep entered into the house.

Total CNC = 40 + 26 + 41 + 19 = 126 (3 threads)

Mark CNC = 26
Mark INC Jerusalem, Bethany, Mount of Olives, Disciples, Village, Colt, Men, Lord, Need, Door, Side-street, Jesus, Outer-garments, Way, Boughs, Fields, Name of Lord, Kingdom of Father, Temple, Hour = 20

Luke CNC = 41
Luke INC Bethany, Mountain, Disciples, Village, Colt, Men, Lord, Jesus, Outer-garments, Way, Descent of Mount of Olives, Multitude of Disciples, God, Voice, Powerful-works, King, Name of Lord, Peace, Heaven, Glory, Pharisees, Crowd, Teacher, City, Day, Appointed-time of Inspection, Temple, Chief-priests, Scribes, People = 30

John CNC = 19
John INC Crowd, Festival, Jesus, Jerusalem, Fronds of Palm-trees, Meeting, Name of Lord, King, Little-ass, Disciples, Lazarus, Memorial-tomb, Sign, Pharisees, World = 15

Total Matthew + Mark + Luke + John INC Jerusalem, Mount of Olives, Jesus, Disciples, Village, Ass, Colt, Lord, Need, Prophet, Outer-garments, Crowd, Way, Branches, Trees, Son, Name of Lord, City, Temple, Tables of Money-changers, Benches, Chief-priests, Scribes, Boys = 24, Bethany, Men, Door, Side-street, Boughs, Fields, Kingdom of Father, Hour = 32, Mountain, Descent of Mount of Olives, Multitude of Disciples, God, Voice, Powerful-works, King, Peace, Heaven, Glory, Pharisees, Teacher, Day, Appointed-time of Inspection, People = 47, Festival, Fronds of Palm-trees, Meeting, (Little-ass), Lazarus, Memorial-tomb, Sign, World = 54 (3 threads) 

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17 And leaving them behind he went out [exhlqen] outside [exw] [as a preposition] of the city into Bethany and lodged there.

18 But early-in-the-morning upon [implied - epi] returning to the city he became hungry.
19
And having seen a fig-tree, a certain one upon the way/road he went to it, but he found nothing on it except leaves only, and he said to it: Let no fruit come out of you any longer into the age [you will water baptise nobody else, not grapes, bloodless fruit, fresh figs are 80% water]. And the fig-tree withered instantly [water baptism ended instantly].

CNC = 9
INC City, Bethany, Fig-tree, Way, Leaves, Fruit, Age = 7

20 And having seen [this] [the next morning - see Mark 11:19-20], the disciples wondered, saying: How [did] the fig-tree wither instantly?
21
Answering Jesus said to them: Truly I am saying to you, if only you have faith and do not doubt, not only will you do the [sign] of the fig-tree [loss of water baptism for a true church producing no fruit - Laodicea], but also if you say to this mountain: Be lifted up and cast into the sea, it will happen [true church administration becomes a false church administration, part of the world].
22
And all [things] as many as you ask in prayer, having-faith, you will receive.

CNC  = 5
INC Disciples, Fig-tree, Jesus, Faith, Prayer = 5

Matthew 21:17-22 and Mark 11:12-14 and Mark 11:19-25 are parallel

Matthew CNC = 14
Matthew INC City, Bethany, Fig-tree, Way, Leaves, Fruit, Age = 7, Disciples, Jesus, Faith, Prayer = 11

Mark CNC = 8+11 = 19
Mark INC City, Fig-tree, Roots, Peter, Jesus, Faith, God, Father, Heavens, Trespasses = 10,
Bethany, Leaves, Season of Figs, Fruit, Age, Disciples = 16

Matthew + Mark CNC = 14+19=33 (3 threads)
Matthew + Mark INC City, Fig-tree, Roots, Peter, Jesus, Faith, God, Father, Heavens, Trespasses = 10,
Bethany, Leaves, Season of Figs, Fruit, Age, Disciples = 16, Way, Prayer = 18 (3 threads) 

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23 And [upon - implied epi] ] his having come into the temple, the chief-priests and the older [ones] [out] of the people [partitive genitive] came up to him in [his] teaching and said: In what sort-of authority [dative] do you do these [things]? And who gave you this authority?
24
Answering Jesus said to them: I will ask you, also I, word [metonym for a few words] one, which if you tell to me, I also will tell you in what sort-of authority [dative] I am doing these [things]:
25
The baptism, the [one] of John, from where was it? Out of heaven or out of men? But the [ones] were reasoning among themselves, saying: If we say, out of heaven, he will say to us, 'Due to what, therefore, did you not believe him?'
26
But if we say, out of men, we are fearing the crowd, for all [of them] hold John as [wj] a prophet?.
27
And answering to Jesus they said: We do not know. He also said to them: Neither am I telling you in what sort-of authority [dative] I am doing these [things]. [17]

CNC = 17
INC Temple, Chief-priest, People, Authority, Jesus, Word, Baptism, Heaven, Men, Crowd, John =  11
Matthew 21:23-27 and Mark 11:27-33 and Luke 20:1-8 are describing the same events but plainly the accounts continue....

28 What do you think? A man had 2 children. Going up to the first [one], he said, 'Child, go work today in the vineyard.'
29
Answering he said, I [will], lord,' but did not go out.
30
Approaching the second [one], he said as-thus [wsautwj]. Answering he said, 'I will not.' Afterwards having-felt-regret, he went out.
31
Which out of the 2 did the will? of the father? They said: The latter [one]. Jesus said to them: Truly I am saying to you that the tax-collectors and the harlots are going ahead of you into the kingdom of God.
32
For John came to you in [the] way/road of righteousness, and you did not believe him. But, the tax-collectors and the harlots believed him, and you, although you saw [this], did not feel-regret afterwards [about - implied peri] believing him. [8]

Now we have the parables of the vineyard cultivators and the rejected stone. In the word symbolism, Matthew is TCC1 rejecting Paul in Word1 and becoming the evil Roman Catholic Church. All are rejecting Jesus in the event symbolism. Mark is about TCC3 rejecting Gordon and Luke is about is about TCC2 rejecting MZ - see U87.

33 Hear another parable: A man, [there] was a householder, who planted a vineyard and put a fence around it and dug a winepress in it and erected a tower, and let it out to cultivators, and travelled abroad.
34
When the appointed time/season of the fruits drew near, he dispatched his slaves to the cultivators to get his fruits.
35
However, the cultivators took his slaves, and one they beat up, another they killed, another they stoned.
36
Again [palin] he dispatched other slaves, more of/than the first [ones], but they did to them likewise.
37
Lastly/afterwards/latterly [usteron] he dispatched his son to them, saying, 'They will respect my son.'
38
But the cultivators, having seen the son said among themselves, 'This is the heir; come, let us kill him and get his inheritance!'
39
So they took him and threw [him] out [exebalon] outside [exw] [adverb] of the vineyard and killed [him].
40
Therefore, whenever the lord of the vineyard comes, what will he do to those cultivators?
41
They said to him: Bad [ones] [they are], he will destroy them malevolently and will let out the vineyard to other cultivators, who will render him the fruits in their appointed times [food at the appointed time, fruit in due season].[1]

SCNC 1+ (4,1,0,0,1,7,4,2,1,2,4,1,2,4) = 34
SINC: Prophet, Man, Children, Vineyard, Lord, Way of Righteousness, Householder, Fence, Winepress, Tower, Cultivators, (Appointed-time of Fruits), Slaves, Fruits, Son, Heir, Inheritance, (Lord of Vineyard), Appointed-times = 17

42 Jesus said to them: Did you never read in the scriptures, 'The stone which the [ones] building rejected, this [one] turned to be into head [kefalhn] of corner. From [the] Lord this came about, and it is fantastic in our eyes [Psalm 118:22-23. Eyes of the mind].
43
Due to this I say to you, the kingdom of God will be taken from you and be given to a nation [eqnoj] [in Greek this is just a body of men accustomed to living together. So nation can stand for church! A nation has genetic descent, a church has baptism descent] producing its fruits [metaphorical but not part of the parable].
44
And the [one] falling upon this stone will be shattered. And whomsoever it falls upon, it will pulverize him. [4]

22 The stone that the builders rejected. Has become the head of the corner.
23 This has come to be from Jehovah himself. It is wonderful in our eyes (Psalm 118).

Psalm 118:22-23 is quoted. Acts 4:11 and 1 Peter 2:7 are explanations that Jesus is the fulfilment of the event symbolism of this parable.

45 And the chief priests and the Pharisees, having heard his parables, knew that he was speaking about them.
46
And seeking to seize him, they feared the crowds, because they held him into a prophet. [5]

MATTHEW CHAPTER 22
1
And answering Jesus again [palin] spoke to them in parables, saying:

2 The kingdom of the heavens has become like a man, a king, whoever made marriage-festivities for his son.
3
And he sent forth his slaves to call the invited [ones] to the marriage-festivities, but they were unwilling to come.
4
Again he sent forth other slaves, saying, 'Tell the invited [ones]: Look! I have prepared my breakfast, my bulls and fattened [ones] are slaughtered, and all [things] are ready. Come to the marriage-festivities.'
5
But unconcerned they went off, one to his own field, another to his commercial-business,
6
but the remaining [ones], having seized his slaves, treated them insolently and killed them.
7
But the king grew wrathful, and sent his armies and destroyed those murderers and burned their city.
8
Then he said to his slaves, 'The marriage-feast [gamoj] indeed is ready, but the invited [ones] were not worthy.
9
Therefore go to the exit-routes of the roads, and however many as you find invite to the marriage-festivities [gamoj]'
10
Accordingly those slaves went out to the roads and gathered together all they found, wicked [ones] and good [ones]; and the bridal-chamber was filled of/with reclining [ones].
11
But the king having come to view the [ones] reclining saw there a man not clothed with a garment of marriage.
12
So he said to him, 'Fellow/comrade, how did you get in here not having a/any garment of marriage?' He was rendered speechless.
13
Then [tote] the king said to his servants/ministers [diakonoij]: Having bound him feet and hands, throw him out into the darkness, the outer [one] [exwteron]. There is where the weeping and the gnashing of the teeth [of him] will be.' [3]
14
For many are invited, but few are chosen.

SCNC (4,1,1,0,0, 4,2,4,2,1,4,2,2,3,3,2,7) = 42 (3 threads)
SINC Stone, Head of Corner, Lord, Eyes, Fruits, Man, King, Marriage-festivities, Son, Slaves, Breakfast, Bulls, Field, Commercial-business, Armies, Murderers, City, Exit-routes of Roads, Roads, Bridal-chamber, Garment of Marriage, Fellow, Servants, Foot, Hand, Darkness, Weeping, Gnashing of Teeth = 28 

Mark SCNC = 25
SINC: Man, Vineyard, Fence, Winepress-vat, Tower, Cultivators, Appointed-time, Slave, Fruits of Vineyard, Son, Heir, Inheritance, ( Lord of Vineyard) = 12, Stone, Head of Corner, Lord, Eyes = 15

Luke SCNC = 19+3 =22
Luke SINC Man, Vineyard, Cultivators, Times, Appointed-time, Slave, Fruit of Vineyard, Lord of Vineyard, Son, Heir, Inheritance = 11, Stone, Head of Corner = 13 

Matthew + Mark + Luke SCNC = 34+42+25+22=123 (3 threads)
Matthew + Mark + Luke SINC Prophet, Man, Children, Vineyard, Lord, Way of Righteousness, Householder, Fence, Winepress, Tower, Cultivators, (Appointed-time of Fruits), Slaves, Fruits, Son, Heir, Inheritance, (Lord of Vineyard), Appointed-times = 17, Stone, Head of Corner, Eyes, King, Marriage-festivities, Breakfast, Bulls, Field, Commercial-business, Armies, Murderers, City, Exit-routes of Roads, Roads, Bridal-chamber, Garment of Marriage, Fellow, Servants, Foot, Hand, Darkness, Weeping, Gnashing of Teeth = 40, Winepress-vat, (Fruits of Vineyard), Times = 42 (3 threads)

Matthew CNC 17+8+1+4+5+3 = 38 
Mathew INC Temple, Chief-priests, People, Authority, Jesus, Word, Baptism, Heaven, Men, Crowd, John =11, Will of Father, Tax-collectors, Harlots, Kingdom of God, Parable, Scriptures, Nation, Pharisees, Kingdom of Heavens = 20

Matthew 21:23-22:14 and Mark 11:27-12:12 and Luke 20:1-18 are parallel.

Mark CNC = 24
Mark INC Jerusalem, Temple, Chief-priests, Scribes, Authority, Jesus, Baptism, Word, Heaven, Men, Crowd, John, Prophet, Parables, Scripture = 15

Luke CNC = 18
Luke INC Days, Chief-priests, Scribes, Authority, Word, Baptism of John, Heaven, Men, People, John, Prophet, Jesus, Parable = 13

Matthew + Mark + Luke CNC = 38 + 24 + 18 = 80 (2 threads).
Matthew + Mark + Luke INC:
Temple, Chief-priests, People, Authority, Jesus, Word, Baptism, Heaven, Men, Crowd, John =11, Will of Father, Tax-collectors, Harlots, Kingdom of God, Parable, Scriptures, Nation, Pharisees, Kingdom of Heavens = 20, Jerusalem, Scribes, Prophet, Days, (Baptism of John) = 24 (2 threads)

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15 Then [tote], having gone, the Pharisees, took-counsel together in order to trap him in word.
16
And they dispatched to him their disciples, together with the Herodians [Hrwdianoi] [a noun according to Mounce and Groves Wheeler], saying: Teacher, we know you are truthful and teach the way/road of God in truth, and you do not care for anybody, for you do not look into the face of men [the outward appearance].
17
Tell us, therefore. What do you think? Is it lawful to pay head-tax to Caesar or not?
18
But Jesus, knowing their wickedness, said: Why are you testing me, hypocrites?
19
Show me the coin of the head-tax. They brought him a denarius.
20
And he said to them: Whose image and inscription is this?
21
They said: [The image] of Caesar. Then he said to them: Pay back, therefore, the [things] of Caesar to Caesar, but the [things] of God to God.
22
Well, when they heard [that], they marvelled, and leaving him they went off.

CNC (2,5,2,3,2,2,2,0) = 18
INC Pharisees, Word, Disciples, Herodians, Teacher, Truth, Face of Men, Head-tax, Caesar, Jesus, Wickedness, Hypocrites, Coin of Head-tax, Denarius, Image, Inscription, God = 17

Matthew 22:15-22 and Mark 12:13-17 Luke 20:19-26 are parallel.

Mark INC: Pharisees, Herodians, Word, Teacher, Face of Men, Truth, Head-tax, Caesar, Hypocrisy, Denarius, Image, Inscription, Jesus, God = 14

Luke INC: Scribes, Chief-priests, Hands, Hour, People, Parable, Chief, Authority of Governor, Teacher, Face, Truth, Tax, Caesar, Craftiness, Denarius, Image, Inscription, God, Saying = 19

Total INC = 18 + 15 + 21 = 54 (2 threads).

Total INC: Pharisees, Word, Disciples, Herodians, Teacher, Truth, Face of Men, Head-tax, Caesar, Jesus, Wickedness, Hypocrites, Coin of Head-tax, Denarius, Image, Inscription, God = 17, Hypocrisy, Scribes, Chief-priests, Hands, Hour, People, Parable, Chief, Authority of Governor, Face, Tax, Craftiness, Saying = 30 (2 threads)

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5 If brothers live together, and one of them dies, and has no son, the wife of the dead shall not go outside to a strange man; her brother-in-law shall go in to her, and take her to himself for a wife, and shall perform the duty of the levirate; (Deuteronomy 25 GLT)
5 And if brethren should live together, and one of them should die, and should not have seed, the wife of the deceased shall not marry out [of the family] to a man not related: her husband's brother shall go in to her, and shall take her to himself for a wife, and shall dwell with her. (Deuteronomy 25 LXXb)

23 In that day Sadducees, [ones] saying not to be resurrection, came up to him and they asked him saying:
24
Teacher, Moses said, 'If anyone dies without having children, his brother must marry his woman and raise up seed [sperma] [meaning seed of plants or men or animals] for his brother.' [said rather than wrote in Mark and Luke. He did not say these precise words in Deuteronomy25:5. So this is not scripture. so it is not comparative speech?? This recital must be non comparative in order for the noun counts of woman and brother to work!]
25
Now there were with us 7 brothers [so this is a history not a parable] and the first [one] having married died and, not having seed, he left his woman to his brother.
26
Likewise [omoiwj] also the second [one] and the 3rd [one], until [all] the 7.
27
After all of them, the woman died.
28
In the resurrection, therefore, [a] woman of which one of the 7 will she be? For they all got her.
29
But answering Jesus said to them: You are mistaken, not knowing the Scriptures or the power of God;
30
for in the resurrection neither do [males] marry nor are [females] given-in-marriage, but they are as [wj] angels in heaven.
31
But about the resurrection of the dead [ones], did you not read the [thing] spoken to you by God, saying,
32
'I am the God of Abraham and the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob'? He is the God not of the dead [ones], but of the living [ones].
33
And having heard [that], the crowds were astounded upon his teaching.

CNC (3,7,4,0,1,2,3,1,2,1,2) = 26
INC Day, Sadducees, Resurrection, Teacher, Moses, Children, Brother, Woman, Seed, Jesus, Scriptures, Power of God, God, Crowds, Teaching = 15

Matthew SCNC = 5
Matthew SINC: Angels, Heaven, God = 3

5 If brothers live together, and one of them dies, and has no son, the wife of the dead shall not go outside to a strange man; her brother-in-law shall go in to her, and take her to himself for a wife, and shall perform the duty of the levirate; (Deuteronomy 25 GLT)
5 And if brethren should live together, and one of them should die, and should not have seed, the wife of the deceased shall not marry out [of the family] to a man not related: her husband's brother shall go in to her, and shall take her to himself for a wife, and shall dwell with her. (Deuteronomy 25 LXXb)

34 But, the Pharisees, having heard that he silenced the Sadducees, they came together upon the same [place] [connecting this scene to the above].
35
And one out of them, legally-skilled, asked, testing him:
36
Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?
37
He said to him: 'You must love [the] Lord, God of you [not a double designation - does not substitute] with your whole heart and with your whole soul and with your whole mind.'
38
This is the greatest and first commandment.
39
The second [one], like [omoia] [it] , is this, 'You must love your neighbouring [one] as yourself.'
40
On these 2 commandments the whole Law hangs, and the Prophets.

CNC = 9
INC Pharisees, Sadducees, Teacher, Commandment, Law, Prophets = 6

41 But [upon - implied epi] the Pharisees being gathered together, Jesus asked them:
42
What do you think about the Christ? Whose son is he? They said to him: [a son] of the David.
43
He said to them: Then how [does] David, in spirit, call him Lord, saying,
44
[The] Lord said to my Lord: Sit out of my right [parts] until I put your hostile [ones] beneath [upokatw] your feet'?
45
If, therefore, David calls him Lord, how is he his son?
46
And nobody was able to answer a word to him, nor did anyone dare from that day on to question him any further.

CNC = 9
INC Pharisees, Jesus, Christ, Son, Spirit, Word, Day = 7

Total Matthew CNC = 26 + 9 + 9 = 44.
Total Matthew INC
Day, Sadducees, Resurrection, Teacher, Moses, Children, Brother, Woman, Seed, Jesus, Scriptures, Power of God, God, Crowds, Teaching = 15, Pharisees, Commandment, Law, Prophets, Christ, Son, Spirit, Word = 23

Matthew 22:23-46 and Mark 12:18-37 and Luke 20:27-44 are parallel. Totals in Luke.

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 MATTHEW CHAPTER 23
1
Then [tote] Jesus spoke to the crowds and to his disciples, saying:
2
The scribes and the Pharisees have seated themselves in the seat of Moses.
3
Therefore all the things they tell you, do and observe, but do not do according to their deeds, for they say but do not perform.
4
They bind up heavy loads and put them upon the shoulders of men, but they themselves are not willing to budge them with their finger.
5
All the works they do they do to be viewed by men; for they broaden the [scripture-containing] cases that they wear as safeguards, and enlarge the fringes [of their garments].
6
They like the most prominent place at evening meals and the front seats in the synagogues,
7
and the greetings in the marketplaces and to be called Rabbi by men.
8
But you, do not you be called Rabbi, for one is your teacher, whereas all you are brothers.
9
Moreover, do not call anyone your father on earth, for one is your Father, the heavenly One.
10
Neither be called 'leaders,' for your Leader is one, the Christ.
11
But the greatest one among you must be your minister.
12
Whoever exalts himself will be humbled, and whoever humbles himself will be exalted.
13
Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! because you shut up the kingdom of the heavens before men; for you yourselves do not go in, neither do you permit those on their way in to go in.
14
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15
Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! because you traverse sea and dry land to make one proselyte, and when he becomes one you make him a subject for Gehenna twice as much so as yourselves.
16
Woe to you, blind guides, who say, 'If anyone swears by the temple, it is nothing; but if anyone swears by the gold of the temple, he is under obligation.'
17
Fools and blind ones! Which, in fact, is greater, the gold or the temple that has sanctified the gold?
18
Also, 'If anyone swears by the altar, it is nothing; but if anyone swears by the gift on it, he is under obligation.'
19
Blind ones! Which, in fact, is greater, the gift or the altar that sanctifies the gift?
20
Therefore he that swears by the altar is swearing by it and by all the things on it;
21
and he that swears by the temple is swearing by it and by him that is inhabiting it;
22
and he that swears by heaven is swearing by the throne of God and by him that is sitting on it.
23
Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! because you give the 10th of the mint and the dill and the cumin, but you have disregarded the weightier matters of the Law, namely, justice and mercy and faithfulness. These things it was binding to do, yet not to disregard the other things.
24
Blind guides, who strain out the gnat but gulp down the camel!
25
Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! because you cleanse the outside of the cup and of the dish, but inside they are full of plunder and immoderateness.
26
Blind Pharisee, cleanse first the inside of the cup and of the dish, that the outside of it also may become clean.
27
Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! because you resemble whitewashed graves, which outwardly indeed appear beautiful but inside are full of dead men's bones and of every sort of uncleanness.
28
In that way you also, outwardly indeed, appear righteous to men, but inside you are full of hypocrisy and lawlessness.
29
Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! because you build the graves of the prophets and decorate the memorial tombs of the righteous ones,
30
and you say, 'If we were in the days of our forefathers, we would not be sharers with them in the blood of the prophets.'
31
Therefore you are bearing witness against yourselves that you are sons of those who murdered the prophets.
32
Well, then, fill up the measure of your forefathers.
33
Serpents, offspring of vipers, how are you to flee from the judgment of Gehenna?
34
For this reason, here I am sending forth to you prophets and wise men and public instructors. Some of them you will kill and impale, and some of them you will scourge in your synagogues and persecute from city to city;
35
that there may come upon you all the righteous blood spilled on earth, from the blood of righteous Abel to the blood of Zechariah son of Barachiah, whom you murdered between the sanctuary and the altar.
36
Truly I say to you, All these things will come upon this generation.

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37
Jerusalem, Jerusalem, the killer of the prophets and stoner of those sent forth to her, -- how often I wanted to gather your children together, the way a hen gathers her chicks together under her wings! But you people did not want it.
38
Look! Your house is abandoned to you.
39
For I say to you, you will by no means see me from henceforth until you say, 'Blessed is he that comes in Jehovah's name!'

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MATTHEW CHAPTER 24
1
Departing now, Jesus was on his way from the temple, but his disciples approached to show him the buildings of the temple.
2
In response he said to them: Do you not behold all these things? Truly I say to you, By no means will a stone be left here upon a stone and not be thrown down.
3
While he was sitting upon the Mount of Olives, the disciples approached him privately, saying: Tell us, When will these things be, and what will be the sign of your presence and of the conclusion of the system of things?
4
And in answer Jesus said to them: Look out that nobody misleads you;
5
for many will come on the basis of my name, saying, 'I am the Christ,' and will mislead many.
6
you are going to hear of wars and reports of wars; see that you are not terrified. For these things must take place, but the end is not yet.
7
For nation will rise against nation and kingdom against kingdom, and there will be food shortages and earthquakes in one place after another.
8
All these things are a beginning of pangs of distress.
9
Then people will deliver you up to tribulation and will kill you, and you will be objects of hatred by all the nations on account of my name.
10
Then, also, many will be stumbled and will betray one another and will hate one another.
11
And many false prophets will arise and mislead many;
12
and because of the increasing of lawlessness the love of the greater number will cool off.
13
But he that has endured to the end is the one that will be saved.
14
And this good news of the kingdom will be preached in all the inhabited earth for a witness to all the nations; and then the end will come.
15
Therefore, when you catch sight of the disgusting thing that causes desolation, as spoken of through Daniel the prophet, standing in a holy place, let the reader use discernment,
16
then let those in Judea begin fleeing to the mountains.
17
Let the man on the housetop not come down to take the goods out of his house;
18
and let the man in the field not return to the house to pick up his outer garment.
19
Woe to the pregnant women and those suckling a baby in those days!
20
Keep praying that your flight may not occur in wintertime, nor on the Sabbath day;
21
for then there will be great tribulation such as has not occurred since the world's beginning until now, no, nor will occur again.
22
In fact, unless those days were cut short, no flesh would be saved; but on account of the chosen ones those days will be cut short.
23
Then if anyone says to you, 'Look! Here is the Christ,' or, 'There!' do not believe it.
24
For false Christs and false prophets will arise and will give great signs and wonders so as to mislead, if possible, even the chosen ones.
25
Look! I have forewarned you.
26
Therefore, if people say to you, 'Look! He is in the wilderness,' do not go out; 'Look! He is in the inner chambers,' do not believe it.
27
For just as the lightning comes out of eastern parts and shines over to western parts, so the presence of the Son of man will be.
28
Wherever the carcass is, there the eagles will be gathered together.
29
Immediately after the tribulation of those days the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light, and the stars will fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens will be shaken.
30
And then the sign of the Son of man will appear in heaven, and then all the tribes of the earth will beat themselves in lamentation, and they will see the Son of man coming on the clouds of heaven with power and great glory.
31
And he will send forth his angels with a great trumpet sound, and they will gather his chosen ones together from the 4 winds, from one extremity of the heavens to their other extremity.
32
Now from the fig tree learn the illustration: Just as soon as its young branch grows tender and it puts forth leaves, you know that summer is near.
33
Likewise also you, when you see all these things, know that he is near at the doors.
34
Truly I say to you that this generation will by no means pass away/come beside/arrive until all these things occur.
35
Heaven and earth will pass away/come beside/arrive, but my words will by no means pass away/come beside/arrive.
36
Concerning that day and hour nobody has seen, neither the angels of the heavens nor the Son, but only the Father.
37
For just as the days of Noah were, so the presence of the Son of man will be.
38
For as they were in those days before the flood, eating and drinking, men marrying and women being given in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark;
39
and they took no note until the flood came and swept them all away, so the presence of the Son of man will be.
40
Then 2 men will be in the field: one will be taken along and the other be abandoned;
41
2 women will be grinding at the hand mill: one will be taken along and the other be abandoned.
42
Keep on the watch, therefore, because you do not know on what day your Lord is coming.
43
But know one thing, that if the householder had known in what watch the thief was coming, he would have kept awake and not allowed his house to be broken into.
44
On this account you too prove yourselves ready, because at an hour that you do not think to be it, the Son of man is coming.
45
Who really is the faithful and discreet slave whom his master appointed over his domestics, to give them their food at the proper time?
46
Happy is that slave if his master on arriving finds him doing so.
47
Truly I say to you, He will appoint him over all his belongings.
48
But if ever that evil slave should say in his heart, 'My master is delaying,'
49
and should start to beat his fellow slaves and should eat and drink with the confirmed drunkards,
50
the master of that slave will come on a day that he does not expect and in an hour that he does not know,
51
and will cut him in two and will assign him his part with the hypocrites. There is where [his] weeping and the gnashing of [his] teeth will be.

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MATTHEW CHAPTER 25

1 Then [tote] the kingdom of the heavens will become like 10 virgins that took their lamps and went out into [the] meeting [upanthsiV] of the bridegroom.
2 5 of them were foolish, and 5 were discreet/intelligent/prudent.
3 For the foolish [ones] took their lamps but took no oil with them,
4 whereas the discreet [ones] took oil in their receptacles with their lamps.
5 But [upon - epi - on account] of [the] delaying [genitive participle acting as a noun - a gerund in fact] of the bridegroom [possessive to delaying], they all nodded and went to sleep.
6 But cry arose [upon - epi] of middle of night [partitive genitive so it does count], 'Look!, the bridegroom! Be on your way out into [the] meeting [apanthsiV].'
7 Then all those virgins rose and put their lamps in order.
8 The foolish [ones] said to the discreet [ones], 'Give us [some] out of [ek] your oil, because our lamps are about to go out.'
9 The discreet answered saying: 'Perhaps there may not be quite enough for us and you. Be on your way, instead, to those who sell it and buy for yourselves.'
10 While they were going off to buy, the bridegroom arrived, and the ready [ones] went in with him to the marriage/marriage-feast; and the door was shut.
11 Afterwards the remaining virgins also came, saying, 'Lord, Lord [repeated designation but not a double designation? Cannot get another meaning from it?], open to us!'
12 In answer he said, 'I tell you the truth, I do not know you.'

SCNC: 3,0,2,3,0,4,2,2,0,3,3,0 = 22
Symbolic INC: virgins, lamps, (meeting of the bridegroom), oil, receptacles, cry, night, meeting, marriage-feast, door, Lord = 10.

13 Keep on the watch, therefore, because you know neither the day nor the hour [of the coming of your bridegroom] (Matthew 25).

SCNC: 3,0,2,3,1,3,2,2,0,3,3,0,2 = 24
Symbolic INC: virgins, lamps, (meeting of the bridegroom), oil, receptacles, cry, night, meeting, marriage-feast, door, Lord, day, hour = 12.

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14 As-even for man traveling abroad called the own slaves and gave over to them the belongings of him,
15 and to which (one) indeed he gave five talents to which (one) but two to which (one) but one, to each (one) according to the own power, and he traveled abroad. Immediately
16 having gone his way the (one) the five talents having received worked in them and gained others five;
17 as-thus the (one) the two gained others two;
18 the (one) but the one having received having gone off dug up earth and hid the silver of the lord of him.
19 After but much time is coming the lord of the slaves those and lifts up with word with them.
20 And having come toward the (one) the five talents having received brought toward others five talents saying Lord, five talents to me you gave over; see others five talents I gained.
21 Said to him the lord of him Well, slave good and faithful, upon few (things) you were faithful, upon many (things) you I shall set down; enter into the joy of the lord of you.
22 Having come toward also the (one) the two talents said Lord, two talents to me you gave over; see others two talents I gained.
23 Said to him the lord of him Well, slave good and faithful, upon few (things) you were faithful, upon many you I shall set down; enter into the joy of the lord of you.
24 Having come toward but also the (one) the one talent having received said Lord, I knew you that hard you are man, reaping where not you sowed and gathering whence not you scattered;
25 and having feared having gone off I hid the talent of you in the earth; see you are having the yours.
26 Having answered but the lord of him said to him Wicked slave and sluggish, you knew that I am reaping where not I sowed and am gathering whence not I scattered?
27 It was necessary you therefore to throw the silver [pieces] of me to the bankers, and having come I carried off likely the mine with interest.
28 Lift you up therefore from him the talent and give to the (one) having the ten talents;
29 to the (one) for having to everyone it will be given and he will be made to abound; of the (one) but not having also which he is having will be lifted up from him.
30 And the useless slave throw you out into the darkness the outer; there will be the weeping and the gnashing of the teeth. (Matthew 25 KITc)

14 For it is just as when a man, about to travel abroad, summoned slaves of his and committed to them his belongings.
15
And to one he gave 5 talents, to another 2, to still another one, to each one according to his own ability, and he went abroad.
16
Immediately the one that received the 5 talents went his way and did business with them and gained 5 more.
17
In the same way the one that received the 2 gained 2 more.
18
But the one that received just one went off, and dug in the ground and hid the silver money of his master.
19
After a long time the master of those slaves came and settled accounts with them.
20
So the one that had received 5 talents came forward and brought 5 additional talents, saying, 'Master, you committed 5 talents to me; see, I gained 5 talents more.'
21
His master said to him, 'Well done, good and faithful slave! You were faithful over a few things. I will appoint you over many things. Enter into the joy of your master.'
22
Next the one that had received the 2 talents came forward and said, 'Master, you committed to me 2 talents; see, I gained 2 talents more.'
23
His master said to him, 'Well done, good and faithful slave! You were faithful over a few things. I will appoint you over many things. Enter into the joy of your master.'
24
Finally the one that had received the one talent came forward and said, 'Master, I knew you to be an exacting man, reaping where you did not sow and gathering where you did not winnow.
25
So I grew afraid and went off and hid your talent in the ground. Here you have what is yours.'
26
In reply his master said to him, 'Wicked and sluggish slave, you knew, did you, that I reaped where I did not sow and gathered where I did not winnow?
27
Well, then, you ought to have deposited my silver monies with the bankers, and on my arrival I would be receiving what is mine with interest.
28
'Therefore take away the talent from him and give it to him that has the 10 talents.
29
For to everyone that has, more will be given and he will have abundance; but as for him that does not have, even what he has will be taken away from him.
30
And throw the good-for-nothing slave out into the darkness outside. There is where [his] weeping and the gnashing of [his] teeth will be.'

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31
When the Son of man arrives in his glory, and all the angels with him, then he will sit down on his glorious throne.
32
And all the nations will be gathered before him, and he will separate people one from another, just as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats.
33
And he will put the sheep on his right hand, but the goats on his left.
34
Then the king will say to those on his right, 'Come, you who have been blessed by my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the founding of the world.
35
For I became hungry and you gave me something to eat; I got thirsty and you gave me something to drink. I was a stranger and you received me hospitably;
36
naked, and you clothed me. I fell sick and you looked after me. I was in prison and you came to me.'
37
Then the righteous ones will answer him with the words, 'Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty, and give you something to drink?
38
When did we see you a stranger and receive you hospitably, or naked, and clothe you?
39
When did we see you sick or in prison and go to you?'
40
And in reply the king will say to them, 'Truly I say to you, To the extent that you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me.'
41
Then he will say, in turn, to those on his left, 'Be on your way from me, you who have been cursed, into the everlasting fire prepared for the Devil and his angels.
42
For I became hungry, but you gave me nothing to eat, and I got thirsty, but you gave me nothing to drink.
43
I was a stranger, but you did not receive me hospitably; naked, but you did not clothe me; sick and in prison, but you did not look after me.'
44
Then they also will answer with the words, 'Lord, when did we see you hungry or thirsty or a stranger or naked or sick or in prison and did not minister to you?'
45
Then he will answer them with the words, 'Truly I say to you, To the extent that you did not do it to one of these least ones, you did not do it to me.'
46
And these will depart into everlasting cutting-off, but the righteous ones into everlasting life.

 

MATTHEW CHAPTER 26
1
Now when [ote] Jesus finished all these words, he said to his disciples:
2
you know that 2 days from now the Passover occurs, and the Son of man is to be delivered up to be impaled.

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3 Then the chief-priests and the older [ones] of the people gathered together in the courtyard of the chief-priest, the [one] called Caiaphas [courtyard of the [one] is not a possessive noun chain],
4
and took counsel together to seize Jesus by craftiness and to kill him.
5
However, they kept saying: Not at the festival, in order that no uproar may arise among the people.

CNC = 7
INC Chief-priests, Courtyard of Chief-priest, Jesus, Craftiness, Festival, Uproar, People = 7

6 But [upon] Jesus having come to be in Bethany in the house of Simon, the leprous [one] [joined to verses 3-5 since the account of the seizing of verse 3-5 continues in verses 14-16,
7
a woman with an alabaster-case of costly perfumed-oil approached him, and was pouring [it] upon his head [upon] his reclining.
8
But having seen [this] the disciples became indignant and said: What is this destruction/waste [apwleia]?
9
For this could have been sold for much and been given to poor [ones].
10
But Jesus, knowing, said to them: Why do you make troubles for the woman? For she did a fine work toward me.
11
For you always have the poor with you, but you will not always have me.
12
For when this woman put this perfumed-oil upon my body, she did it for my burial-preparing [entafiasai] [infinitive verb].
13
Truly I say to you, Wherever this good-news is preached in the whole world, what this woman did shall also be told in remembrance of her.

CNC = 19
INC Jesus, Bethany, House of Simon, Woman, Alabaster-case of Perfumed-oil, Head, Disciples, Destruction, Troubles, Work, Perfumed-oil, Body, Good-news, World, Remembrance = 15

14 Then, one [eij] of the 12, the [one] called Judas Iscariot [iskariwthj] [not a double designation there were two Judas' in the 12 apostles], having gone to the chief-priests
15
said: What will you give me to betray him to you? They stipulated to him 30 silvers [arguria].
16
So from then on he kept seeking an opportunity to betray him.

CNC = 5
INC Judas, Iscariot [
iskariwthj], Chief-priests, Silvers, Opportunity = 5

Matthew 26:3-16 and  Mark 14:1-11 and Luke 22:1-6 are parallel. John 11:55-57 is not being set at least 4 days earlier (in Mark 14:2 the chief priests repeatedly said not at the festival). .

Matthew CNC = 7+19+5 = 31
Matthew INC Jesus, Bethany, House of Simon, Woman, Alabaster-case of Perfumed-oil, Head, Disciples, Destruction, Troubles, Work, Perfumed-oil, Body, Good-news, World, Remembrance = 15, Chief-priest, Courtyard of Chief-priest, Craftiness, Festival, Uproar, People, Judas, Iscariot [iskariwthj], Silvers, Opportunity = 25 

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17 On the first day of the unfermented cakes the disciples came up to Jesus, saying: Where do you want us to prepare for you to eat the Passover?
18
He said: Go into the city to So-and-so and say to him, The Teacher says, 'My appointed time is near; I will celebrate the Passover with my disciples at your home.'
19
And the disciples did as Jesus ordered them, and they got things ready for the Passover.
20
When, now, it had become evening, he was reclining at the table with the 12 disciples.
21
While they were eating, he said: Truly I say to you, One of you will betray me.
22
Being very much grieved at this, they commenced each and every one to say to him: Lord, it is not I, is it?
23
In reply he said: He that dips his hand with me in the bowl is the one that will betray me.
24
True, the Son of man is going away, just as it is written concerning him, but woe to that man through whom the Son of man is betrayed! It would have been finer for him if that man had not been born.
25
By way of reply Judas, who was about to betray him, said: It is not I, is it, Rabbi? He said to him: You yourself said [it].
26
As they continued eating, Jesus took a loaf and, after saying a blessing, he broke it and, giving it to the disciples, he said: take, eat. This means my body.
27
Also, he took a cup and, having given thanks, he gave it to them, saying: Drink out of it, all of you;
28
for this means my 'blood of the covenant,' which is to be poured out in behalf of many for forgiveness of sins.
29
But I tell you, I will by no means drink henceforth any of this product of the vine until that day when I drink it new with you in the kingdom of my Father.
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30 Finally, after singing praises, they went out to the Mount of Olives.
31
Then Jesus said to them: All of you will be stumbled in connection with me on this night, for it is written, 'I will strike the shepherd, and the sheep of the flock will be scattered about.'
32
But after I have been raised up, I will go ahead of you into Galilee.
33
But Peter, in answer, said to him: Although all the others are stumbled in connection with you, never will I be stumbled!
34
Jesus said to him: Truly I say to you, On this night, before a cock crows, you will disown me 3 times.
35
Peter said to him: Even if I should have to die with you, I will by no means disown you. All the other disciples also said the same thing.
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36 Then Jesus came with them to the spot called Gethsemane, and he said to the disciples: Sit down here while I go over there and pray.
37
And taking along Peter and the 2 sons of Zebedee, he started to be grieved and to be sorely troubled.
38
Then he said to them: My soul is deeply grieved, even to death. Stay here and keep on the watch with me.
39
And going a little way forward, he fell upon his face, praying and saying: My Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass away from me. Yet, not as I will, but as you will.
40
And he came to the disciples and found them sleeping, and he said to Peter: Could you men not so much as watch one hour with me?
41
Keep on the watch and pray continually, that you may not enter into temptation. The spirit, of course, is eager, but the flesh is weak.
42
Again, for the second time, he went off and prayed, saying: My Father, if it is not possible for this to pass away except I drink it, let your will take place.
43
And he came again and found them sleeping, for their eyes were heavy.
44
So leaving them, he again went off and prayed for the 3rd time, saying once more the same word.
45
Then he came to the disciples and said to them: At such a time as this you are sleeping and taking your rest! Look! The hour has drawn near for the Son of man to be betrayed into the hands of sinners.
46
Get up, let us go. Look! My betrayer has drawn near.
47
And while he was yet speaking, look! Judas, one of the 12, came and with him a great crowd with swords and clubs from the chief priests and older men of the people.
48
Now his betrayer had given them a sign, saying: Whoever it is I kiss, this is he; take him into custody.
49
And going straight up to Jesus he said: Good day, Rabbi! and kissed him very tenderly.

50 But Jesus said to him: Fellow, for what purpose are you present? Then they came forward and laid hands on Jesus and took him into custody.
51
But, look! one of those with Jesus reached out his hand and drew his sword and struck the slave of the high priest and took off his ear.
52
Then Jesus said to him: Return your sword to its place, for all those who take the sword will perish by the sword.
53
Or do you think that I cannot appeal to my Father to supply me at this moment more than 12 legions of angels?
54
In that case, how would the Scriptures be fulfilled that it must take place this way?
55
In that hour Jesus said to the crowds: Have you come out with swords and clubs as against a robber to arrest me? Day after day I used to sit in the temple teaching, and yet you did not take me into custody.
56
But all this has taken place for the scriptures of the prophets to be fulfilled. Then all the disciples abandoned him and fled.

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57 But the [ones] having seized Jesus led him away to Caiaphas, the high/chief-priest, where the scribes and the older [ones] were gathered together.
58
But Peter kept following him from afar, until the courtyard of the chief-priest, and, after going inside, he was sitting with the subordinates to see the end/result [teloj]. [8]

59 But the chief-priests and the entire Sanhedrin [Governing Body of the Watchtower] were looking for false-witness against Jesus in order to put him to death,
60 but they found none, [out of] many false-witnesses having come forward. Later on 2 came forward
61 and said: This one said, 'I am able to throw down the temple of God and build it up in 3 days [Jesus never said that. Compare and find out! He said break it down and I will rebuild it. Jesus did not knock down the temple of Judaism. Caiaphas did that].'
62 With that the chief/high-priest stood up and said to him: Are you answering nothing? What is it these are testifying against you?
63
But Jesus kept silent. So the chief/high-priest said to him: By the living God I put-you-under-oath to tell us whether you are the Christ, the Son of God!
64 Jesus said to him: You yourself said [it]. Yet I say to you, From henceforth you will see the Son of the man sitting out of the right-hand [parts] of power [power has no hands] and coming on [epi] the clouds?? of heaven [on a metaphorical cloud in Matthew, with a literal cloud in Mark]
65 Then the chief-priest [Caiaphas] ripped his outer-garments, saying: He has blasphemed! What further need [creia] do we have of witnesses?? [not possessive, but it is used adjectivally, descriptively, for the noun 'need'] See! Now you have heard the blasphemy.
66 What do you think? They said answering: He is liable to death
67 Then they spat into his face and clobbered him. Others slapped him,
68 saying: Prophesy to us, you Christ. Who is it that struck you? (Matthew 26) [20].

CNC=8+20=28
INC: Jesus, Caiaphas, Chief-Priest, Scribes, Peter, Courtyard of Chief-priest, Subordinates, End, Sanhedrin, False-witness, God, Christ, Son of God, Son of Man, Outer-Garments, Need of Witnesses, Blasphemy, Death, Face =19

69 Now Peter was sitting outside in [en] the courtyard; and a servant-girl came up to him, saying: You, too, were with Jesus, the Galilean [one]!
70
But he denied it before them all, saying: I do not know what you are talking about.
71
After he had gone out to the gatehouse, another [one] noticed him and said to those there: This [one] was with Jesus, the Nazarene [Groves Wheeler, Mounce, Thayer, Strong have it as a noun]
72
And again he denied it, with an oath: I do not know the man!
73
After a little [while] those standing around came up and said to Peter: Certainly you also are one of them, for, in fact, your dialect [lalia] gives you away.
74
Then he started to curse and swear: I do not know the man! And immediately a cock crowed.
75
And Peter remembered the saying Jesus spoke, that [oti]: Before a cock crows, you will disown me 3-times. And he went outside and wept bitterly. [16]

CNC = 8 + 20 + 16 = 44
INC
Jesus, Caiaphas, Chief-Priest, Scribes, Peter, (Courtyard of Chief-priest), Subordinates, End, Sanhedrin, False-witness, God, Christ, Son of God, Son of Man, Outer-Garments, Need of Witnesses, Blasphemy, Death, Face = 18, Courtyard, Servant-girl, Gatehouse, Nazarene, Oath, Man, Dialect, Cock, Saying = 27 

Matthew 26:57-75 and Mark 14:53-72 and Luke 22:54-65 and John 18:12-27 are parallel. Totals are in Mark. These accounts runs from leading him to Annas then on to Caiaphas then until the 2nd cock crowing, until day break.

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MATTHEW CHAPTER 27
1
[upon] morning having occurred, all the chief-priests and the older [ones] of the people held a consultation against Jesus so as to kill him.
2
And, after binding him, they led him off and handed him over to Pilate, the governor. [6]

CNC = 6
INC Morning, Chief-priests, Consultation, Jesus, Pilate, Governor = 6

Matthew 27:1-2 and Luke 22:66-23:1 and Mark 15:1 and John 18:28 are parallel. Totals in Luke

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3 Then [tote] Judas, who betrayed him, seeing he had been condemned, repented and turned the 30 silver-pieces back to the chief-priests and older [ones],
4
saying: I sinned when I betrayed righteous blood [blood is a metaphor for life. Blood cannot be righteous. But Jesus had led a righteous life]. They said: What is that to us? You must see to that!
5
So he threw the silver-pieces into the temple and withdrew, and went off and hanged himself.
6
But the chief-priests took the silver-pieces and said: It is not lawful to drop them into the sacred-treasury, because they are the price of blood [a metaphor for life].
7
After a consultation, they bought with them the field of the potter for the burial of foreign [ones].
8
Due to which that field has been called Field of Blood until today.
9
Then what was spoken through Jeremiah, the prophet was fulfilled, saying: And they took the 30 silver-pieces, the price of the [one] having been priced, whom they priced from the sons of Israel,
10
and they gave them for the field of the potter, according to what the Lord had stipulated to me [Jesus told Matthew this knowing that Jeremiah would be compromised?]. [18]

Zechariah 11:12-13 has a not very good approximation to this quote. Perhaps it was in the original version of Jeremiah but we have lost some of that book (it has been removed?). 

12 And I said to them, If [it is] good in your eyes, give My price; and if not, let it go. And they weighed My price, thirty [pieces] of silver. (GLT)
12 And I will say to them, If it be good in your eyes, give [me] my price, or refuse it. And they weighed for my price thirty pieces of silver. (LXXb)
13 And Jehovah said to Me, Throw it to the potter, the magnificent price at which I was valued by them. And I took the thirty [pieces of] silver and threw it to the potter in the house of Jehovah. (Zechariah 11 GLT)
13 And the Lord said to me, Drop them into the furnace, and I will see if it is good [metal], as I was proved for their sakes. And I took the thirty pieces of silver, and cast them into the furnace in the house of the Lord. (Zechariah 11 LXXb)

CNC = 18 
INC Judas, Silver-pieces, Chief-priests, Temple, Sacred-treasury, Price of
Blood, Consultation, Field of Potter, Burial, Field, Field of Blood, Jeremiah, Prophet, Lord = 14

Matthew 27:3-10 is parallel to Acts1:15-26 - which we have not yet counted!

Actually in the present version of the bible Word1 is false and Word2 is true. So there is only one true word thread. So there are 2 threads which is how this counts!!!

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11 Jesus now stood before the governor [hgemonoj] the governor inquired upon him: Are you the king of the Jewish [ones]? Jesus replied: You yourself say [it].
12
But, while he was being accused by the chief-priests and older [ones], he answered nothing.
13
Then Pilate said to him: Do you not hear how many [things] they are testifying against you?
14
Yet he did not answer him, no, not a saying, so that the governor wondered very much.
15
Now according to festival the governor was accustomed to release a prisoner to the crowd, the one they wanted.
16
But, then, they were holding a notorious prisoner called Barabbas.
17
Hence when they were gathered together Pilate said to them: Which one do you want me to release to you, [[[Jesus?]]] [in Codex Rescriptus only] the Barabbas or Jesus the [one] called Christ?
18
For he was aware that due to envy they had handed him over. [20]
19
Moreover, while he was sitting on the judgment-seat, his woman sent out to him, saying: Have nothing to do with that righteous [one], for I suffered much today in a dream [onar] [Mounce has it as a declinable noun n-3c(6b). Liddell has it in the nominative and accusative only. Groves Wheeler has it as indeclinable. But if it has a nominative and an accusative then it is declinable] because of him.
20
But the chief-priests and the older [ones] persuaded the crowds to ask for Barabbas, but to have Jesus destroyed.
21
Now responding the governor said to them: Which of the 2 do you want me to release to you? They said: Barabbas.
22
Pilate said to them: What, then, shall I do with Jesus the [one] called Christ? They all said: Let him be impaled!
23
He said: Why, what bad did he do? Still they kept crying out all the more: Let him be impaled!
24
But Pilate, seeing that it did no good but, rather, an uproar was arising, took water and washed his hands before the crowd, saying: I am innocent of the blood [the responsibility for shedding the blood] of this [one]. You yourselves must see to it.
25
At that all the people said answering: His blood [the responsibility for shedding his blood] come upon us and upon our children [well it did judgementally and salvationally for the faithful!].
26
Then he released Barabbas to them, but he had Jesus whipped and handed him over to be impaled. [43] 

CNC = 43 

INC: Jesus, Governor, King, Chief-priests, Pilate, Saying, Festival, Prisoner, Crowd, Barabbas, Christ, Envy, Judgment-seat, Woman, Dream, Uproar, Water, Hands, Blood, People, Children = 21 

Matthew 27:11-26 and Mark 15:1-15 and Luke 23:2-25 and John 18:28-19:16 are parallel and up until the sentencing by Pilate. Totals are in John.

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27 Then [tote] the soldiers [stratiwtai] of the governor took Jesus into the praetorium [praitwrion] and gathered the whole band-of-troops together to him.
28
And disrobing him, they draped him with a scarlet cloak, [clamuda]
29
and they braided a crown out of thorns and put it on his head and a reed in his right [hand]. And, kneeling before him, they mocked him, saying: Rejoice! King of the Jewish [ones]!
30
And they spat upon him and took the reed and began hitting him upon his head.
31
And when they had mocked him, they took the cloak [clamuj] off and put his outer-garments [imation] upon him and led him off for impaling. 
32 But going out they found a man,  a Cyrenian [kurhnaion] [ Mounce, Groves Wheeler, Thayer and Strong have it as a noun] Simon in name. This [one] they drafted in order that he might lift up his stake. [19]

CNC = 19
INC: Soldiers of Governor, Jesus, Praetorium, Band-of-troops, Cloak, Crown, Thorns, Head, Reed, King, Outer-garments, Man, Cyrenian, Simon, Name, Stake = 16

Matthew 27:27-32 and Mark 15:16-21 and Luke 23:26-31 are parallel and post sentencing by Pilate, the story of the Journey from Pilate to Golgotha. Totals in Mark.

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33 And having come into the place called Golgotha [Hebrew place name. But a declinable Greek noun - Golgoqan], that is to say, place of skull,
34
they gave him wine with gall to drink; but, after tasting it, he refused to drink.
35
When they had impaled him they distributed his outer-garments by casting lot,
36
and, as they sat, they watched over him there.
37
Also, they posted above his head the charge against him, written: This [one] is Jesus, the King of the Jewish [ones].
38
Then 2 robbers were impaled with him, one out of his right [parts] and one out of his left [parts].
39
But the [ones] passing by were abusing of him, wagging their heads
40
and saying: The [one] throwing down the temple and building it in 3 days, save yourself! If a son of God you are come down from the stake! [this being the more convenient time for Satan to test him further]
41
Likewise [omoiwj] [in the same way] [an explicit comparison] also the chief-priests with the scribes and older [ones] began mocking him and saying:
42
Others he saved; himself he cannot save! He is King of Israel; let him now come down from the stake and we will believe on him.
43
He has trusted upon God; let him now rescue him if he wants him, for he said, 'I am Son of God.'
44
This very [way] also the robbers, the [ones] impaled with him, began reproaching him.

CNC = 24

INC Place, Golgotha, Place of Skull, Wine, Gall, Outer-garments, Lot, Head, Charge, Jesus, King, Robbers, Temple, Days, Son of God, Stake, Chief-priests, Scribes, King of Israel, God = 20

Matthew 27:33-44 and Mark 15:22-32 and Luke 23:32-43 and John 19:16-27 are parallel. Totals in Mark.
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45 From the 6th hour on a darkness fell over all the land/earth, until the 9th hour.
46
About the 9th hour, Jesus called out with a loud voice, saying: Elohi, Elohi, lama sabachthani? that is, My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?
47
At hearing this, some of those standing there began to say: This [one] is calling Elijah.
48
And immediately one of them ran and having taken a sponge and having filled of sour-wine [oxouj] and having put it about a reed caused him to drink.
49
But the remaining [ones] said: Let him be! Let us see whether Elijah comes to save him. [[[But another [one] took a spear and pierced his side [pleuran], and blood and water came out]]] [In the Siniaticus and the Vatican B and the Codex Rescriptus, but not in the Alexandrinus and not in much else. We take it as NOT canonical.]
50
Again Jesus cried out in a loud voice, and yielded up [his] spirit [said spirit did not die, but was entrusted into his father's hands owing to his oncoming lack of consciousness - Luke 23:46].
51
And, look! the curtain of the sanctuary was split from above to below into 2, and the earth was shaken, and the rock-masses were split.
52
And the memorial-tombs were opened and many bodies of the sleeping holy [ones] were raised up [so the physically dead are asleep].
53
and having coming out from among the memorial-tombs after his being raised up, they entered into the holy city, and appeared to many.
54
But the hundred-chief and those with him watching Jesus, having seen the earthquake and the [things] happening, grew very much afraid, saying: Truly this was a Son of God.
55
Moreover, many women were there viewing from afar, who had accompanied Jesus from Galilee ministering to him;
56
among whom was Mary [Maria], the Magdalene, also Mary [Maria], the mother of James and {mother} of Joseph, and the mother of the sons of Zebedee.

CNC = 37/(41)

Matthew (37)/41 + Mark 29 and Luke 19 and John 29 = 114/(118) (3 threads)

Matthew INC Hour, Darkness, Earth, Jesus, Voice, God, Elijah, Sponge, Sour-wine, Reed, [Spear, Side, Blood, Water], Spirit, Curtain of Sanctuary, Rock-masses, Memorial-tombs, Bodies, City, Hundred-chief, Earthquake, Son of God, Women, Galilee, Mary, Magdalene, Mother of James, Mother, Mother of Sons of Zebedee = 26/(30)

Matthew 27:45-56 and Mark 15:33-41 and Luke 23:44-49 and John 19:26-37 are parallel. Totals in Matthew.

Mark INC Hour, Darkness, Earth, Jesus, Voice, God, Elijah, Sponge, Sour-wine, Reed, Curtain of Sanctuary, Centurion, Man, Son of God, Women, Mary, Magdalene, Mother of James, Mother of Joses, Salome, Galilee, Jerusalem  = 22

Luke INC Darkness, Earth, Hour (2), Sun, Curtain of Sanctuary, Voice, Jesus, Father, Hands, Spirit, Hundred-chief, God, Man, Crowds, Spectacle, Breasts, Women, Galilee = 18

John INC Jesus, Scripture, Vessel, Sponge, Hyssop, Mouth, Sour-wine, Head, Spirit, Preparation, Bodies, Stakes, Sabbath, Day of Sabbath, Pilate, Legs, Soldiers, Side, Spear, Blood, Water, Witness = 22

Total INC Hour, Darkness, Earth, Jesus, Voice, God, Elijah, Sponge, Sour-wine, Reed, (Spear, Side, Blood, Water), Spirit, Curtain of Sanctuary, Rock-masses, Memorial-tombs, Bodies, City, Hundred-chief, Earthquake, Son of God, Women, Galilee, Mary, Magdalene, Mother of James, Mother, Mother of Sons of Zebedee = 26, Centurion, Man, Mother of Joses, Salome, Jerusalem = 31, Sun, Father, Hands, Crowds, Spectacle, Breasts = 37, Scripture, Vessel, Hyssop, Mouth, Head, Preparation, Stake, Sabbath, Day of Sabbath, Pilate, Legs, Soldiers, Side, Spear, Blood, Water, Witness = 54/(54) (3 threads)

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57 Now upon it becoming evening/late [oyiaj], a rich man came from Arimathea, the-name?? [tounoma] [crasis, where you write and speak two words together] Joseph, who also was discipled to Jesus. [he got through the eye of the needle!]
58
This [one] approached Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus. Then Pilate commanded it to be given over.
59
And Joseph took the body, wrapped it up in clean fine-linen,
60
and laid it in his new memorial-tomb, which he had quarried in the rock-mass. And, having rolled a big stone to the door/entrance of the memorial-tomb, he left.
61
But Mary [Mariam], the Magdalene was there, and the other Mary [Maria], opposite [apenanti] the grave.

CNC = (15)/16
Matthew INC Man, Arimathea, the-Name, Jesus, Pilate, (Body of Jesus), Body, Fine-linen, Memorial-tomb, Rock-mass, Stone, Door of Memorial-tomb, Mary, Magdalene, Grave = (13)/14

Matthew 27:57-61 and Mark 15:42-47 and Luke 23:50-56 and John 19:38-42 are parallel. Totals in Matthew.

CNC Matthew 16 + Mark 21 + Luke 23 + John 21 = 81 (3 threads)

Mark INC Preparation, Sabbath-eve, Arimathea, Counsellor, Kingdom of God, Pilate, Body of Jesus, Centurion, Corpse, Fine-linen, Tomb/(Memorial tomb), Rock-mass, Stone, Door of Memorial-tomb, Mary, Magdalene = 16

Luke INC Male, Name, Counsellor, Wish, Action, Arimathea, City, Kingdom of God, Pilate, Body of Jesus, Fine-linen, Tomb, Day of Preparation, Sabbath, Women, Galilee, Memorial-tomb, Body, Spices, Perfumed-oils, Commandment = 21

John INC Arimathea, Disciple of Jesus, Fear, Pilate, (Body of Jesus), Body, Nicodemus, Night, Roll of Myrrh and Aloes, Pounds, Bandages, Spices, Place, Garden, Memorial-tomb, Preparation, Jesus = 16

Total INC Man, Arimathea, the-Name, Jesus, Pilate, (Body of Jesus), Body, Fine-linen, Memorial-tomb, Rock-mass, Stone, Door of Memorial-tomb, Mary, Magdalene, Grave = 14, Preparation, Sabbath-eve, Counsellor, Kingdom of God, Centurion, Corpse, Tomb, Male, Name, Wish, Action, City, Day of Preparation, Sabbath, Women, Galilee, Spices, Perfumed-oils, Commandment,  Disciple of Jesus, Fear, Nicodemus, Night, Roll of Myrrh and Aloes, Pounds, Bandages, Place, Garden = 42 (3 threads)

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62
But the upon-morrow [epaurion], which was after the Preparation, the chief-priests and the Pharisees gathered together toward Pilate,
63
saying: Lord, we have remembered that that impostor/fraudulent [one] [planoj] [Mounce, Liddell Groves Wheeler Strong and Thayer have it as an adjective] said while yet alive, 'After 3 days I am being raised up.'
64
Therefore command the grave to be secured until the 3rd day, that his disciples may not at any time come and steal him and say to the people, 'He was raised up from the dead [ones]!' and this last fraud/deceit [planh] [the noun] will be worse of the first.
65
Pilate said to them: You have a guards/custodians [koustwdian] Go make it as secure as you know how.
66
So they went and secured the grave sealing the stone with the guards.

CNC = 16 (2 threads)

INC: Preparation, Chief-priests, Pharisees, Pilate, Lord, Days, Grave, Disciples, People, Fraud, Guards, Stone = 12 (2 threads)

Matthew 27:62-68 is not parallel.

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MATTHEW CHAPTER 28
1
After the Sabbaths [one day of Nisan15 being two Sabbaths, both the Sabbath of the first day of Cakes and the Sabbath of the 7th day of the week], when it was lighting up on the [first] one of the Sabbaths [partitive. Literally this was NOT the first day of the  week, for that would have Sabbath in the singular. But the first day of the festival of weeks. They both are 33Nisan16. BUT in the greater meaning it is the first Sabbath of Weeks which is actually 2019Sivan24, the first Sabbath of reappointed Laodicean Weeks], Mary Magdalene and the other Mary came to view the grave.
2
And, look! a great earthquake had occurred; for the angel of the Lord had descended out of [ex] heaven and approached and rolled away the stone, and was sitting above [epanw] it.
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His outward-appearance was as [wj] lightning, and his clothing was white as [wj] snow.
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But from fear of him the [ones] observing trembled and became as [wj] dead [ones]
5
Answering the angel said to the women: Do not you be fearful, for I know you are looking for Jesus, the [one] having been impaled.
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He is not here, for he was raised up, just as [kaqoj] he said. Come, see the place where he was lying.
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And go quickly and tell his disciples that he was raised up from the dead [ones], and, look! he goes before you into Galilee; there you will see him. Look! I have told you.
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So, quickly leaving the memorial-tomb, with fear and great joy, they ran to report to his disciples.

CNC = 23
INC Sabbath, Mary, Magdalene, Grave, Earthquake, Angel of Lord, Heaven, Stone, Outward-appearance, Clothing, Fear, Angel, Women, Jesus, Place, Disciples, Galilee, Memorial-tomb, Joy = 19

Matthew 28:1-8 and Mark 16:1-8 and Luke 24:1-11 and John 20:1-10 are parallel. Totals in Luke.

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9 And, look! Jesus met them and said: Be you rejoicing! They approached and caught him by his feet and glorified him.
10
Then Jesus said to them: Do not be fearful! Go, report to my brothers [not his fleshly brothers, his angelic brothers, the saints], that they may go off into Galilee; and there they will see me.
11
While they were walking, look! some of the custodians [partitive genitive] went into the city and reported to the chief-priests all that had happened.
12
And after these had gathered together with the older-men and taken counsel, they gave sufficient silver-pieces to the soldiers
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and said: Say, 'His disciples came at night [implied 'upon'] and stole him while we were sleeping.'
14
And if this ever should be heard by/upon [epi] governor, we will persuade [him] and will set you worry-free.
15
So they took the silver-pieces and did as they were instructed; and this word has been spread abroad among the Jewish [ones] until the today/present day

CNC = 16 (2 threads)
INC Jesus (2), Feet, Galilee, Custodians, City, Chief-priests, Counsel, Silver (2), Soldiers, Disciples, Night, Governor, Word, Day = 14 (2 threads)

Matthew 28:9-15 is not parallel. 

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However, the 11 disciples went into Galilee to the mountain which Jesus had arranged for them [Jesus did not arrange a physical mountain for the 11 disciples/apostles. He arranged a church administration for them, which is symbolised by a mountain which ahs oversight over the land. So the HQ of FDS1 was supposed to be in Galilee NOT in Jerusalem and NOT in Rome],

32 But after I have been raised up, I will go ahead of you into Galilee (Matthew 26)

7 And go quickly and tell his disciples that he was raised up from the dead [ones], and, look! he goes before you into Galilee; there you will see him. Look! I have told you (Matthew 28)

17 and when they saw him they glorified him, but some doubted.
18
And Jesus approached and spoke to them, saying: All authority has been given me in heaven and on [epi] the earth.
19
Go therefore and evangelize all nations, baptizing them into the name of the Father and {the name} of the Son and {the name} of the holy spirit,
20
teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And, look! I am with you all the days until the total-conclusion of the age.

CNC = 13
INC Disciples, Galilee, Jesus, Authority, Heaven, Earth, Nations, Name of Father, Name of Son, Name of Spirit, Days, Conclusion of the age = 12

Matthew 28:16-20 and Mark 16:14-20 are parallel. Totals in Matthew

Mark CNC = 11+6 = 17
Mark INC Faithlessness, Hardheartedness, World, Good-news, Creation, Signs, Name, Demons, Tongues, Hands = 10, Lord, Jesus, Heaven, Word = 14

Total CNC = 13 + 17 = 30 (3 threads)

Total INC Disciples, Galilee, Jesus, Authority, Heaven, Earth, Nations, Name of Father, Name of Son, Name of Spirit, Days, Conclusion of the age = 12, Faithlessness, Hardheartedness, World, Good-news, Creation, Signs, Name, Demons, Tongues, Hands, Lord, Word = 24 (3 threads)

The Administration of FDS1 should have remained in Galilee and not moved to Jerusalem as in Acts15 or to Rome.

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