Matthew 11:6

And blessed is he, whosoever shall not be offended in me.

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations

And blessed is he, whoseouer shal not be offended in me.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

"And blessed is he who does not take offense at Me."
- New American Standard Version (1995)

And blessed is he, whosoever shall find no occasion of stumbling in me.
- American Standard Version (1901)

And a blessing will be on him who has no doubts about me.
- Basic English Bible

and blessed is whosoever shall not be offended in me.
- Darby Bible

And blessed is he to whom I shall not be the cause of his falling into sin.
- Webster's Bible

and blessed is every one who does not stumble and fall because of my claims."
- Weymouth Bible

Blessed is he who finds no occasion for stumbling in me."
- World English Bible

And he is blessid, that shal not be sclaundrid in me.
- Wycliffe Bible

and happy is he who may not be stumbled in me.'
- Youngs Literal Bible

Bible commentary

Wesley's Notes for Matthew 11:6


11:6 Happy is he who shall not be offended at me - Notwithstanding all these proofs that I am the Messiah.


People's Bible Notes for Matthew 11:6


Mt 11:6 Blessed is [he], etc. This is suggested by John's seeming to have stumbled, not fallen, because Christ had not publicly declared his mission. The Lord does not upbraid, but gives in this way a tender rebuke, implying that he knew what to do with reference to his kingdom.

Discussion for Matthew 11

  • Janet
    I think that even today god is using people to do his will so many people need to know that God is real I mean he is real there is so many things he has done for me in my life that is just amazing no one did it but him.
  • Adris
    This chapter is one of my favourite. The verses that portray Jesus inviting everyone who are heavy laden to come toHim are sources of comfort for those who are experiencing trouble in their lives. If you are proud these verses will help to come to Jesus for Him to break down your pride and come to Him. Let us accept this open invitation and let Jesus come in our hearts and save us. Glory to God!
  • Gordy
    Matt 11:28 in comparison's to the references of other scriptures such as Paul's defence of his lite affliction's, being ship wretched, beaten with a whip, mocked, abandoned and much more. Casting our cares upon the Lord Jesus is part of our servival tactic that we are constantly to be mindful of. Our burdens are no more at the promise of our Lord!!
  • Michael W. Gephart
    Here is how I interpret Math, 11:11. Jesus taught that we don't go to heaven just as we are.
    We must first be "transformed" into more "perfect" beings. He pointed out that, even though John the Baptist was the most "perfect" man who ever walked the face of the earth, compared
    to the least ("transformed") person in heaven, he is still "lesser".
  • Alex Oyoro
    Matthew 11 is far reaching and very revealing. Our Lord Jesus Christ gave a food for thought
  • Stephen F. Zielski
    Let there be no doubt in any true believers heart or mind that it is and alway's has been the religious folks or people who will speak all manner of false accusation's, persecute and put you to death. As it was in the early church, so will it be in like manner. God bless you. Shalom yedda dim.

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