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Luke 2:30

“For mine eyes have seen thy salvation,”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations

For mine eyes haue seene thy saluation.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

For my eyes have seen Your salvation,
- New American Standard Version (1995)

For mine eyes have seen thy salvation,
- American Standard Version (1901)

For my eyes have seen your salvation,
- Basic English Bible

for mine eyes have seen thy salvation,
- Darby Bible

For my eyes have seen thy salvation,
- Webster's Bible

Because mine eyes have seen Thy salvation,
- Weymouth Bible

for my eyes have seen your salvation,
- World English Bible

for myn iyen han seyn thin helthe,
- Wycliffe Bible

because mine eyes did see Thy salvation,
- Youngs Literal Bible

Bible commentary

Wesley's Notes for Luke 2:30

2:30 Thy salvation - Thy Christ, thy Saviour.

Discussion for Luke 2

  • Tolasek
    I believe that Jesus Christ was born on the Feast of the Trumpets! The first day of Tishri, Rosh Hashana!
  • Andrew Chinyama
    My comment on luke 2:52, If Jesus increased we as well we need to grow in all corners..
  • I wonder why God chose shepherds as the first to know of Jesus. I know it says the shepherds made it known 17 but who do they see out in the pastures day by day?
  • Tony
    I just love luke chapter 2. Because it talks about the birth of my lord and savior.
  • Juancho for verse 14
    Didn't know the gospel acclamation originated with THAT verse.
  • Robert Downey for verse 2
    One needs to keep in mind that the birth of Christ divided time between BC and AD, so he can 't be born in BC. In 1582 Pope Gregory didn 't do us any favors in not making the correction to God 's reckoning and that of J. Caesar. Luke has given us the correct clues, and Zumpt has it right.

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