John 14:6 is a longer verse than the verses we’ve looked at so far. Because of that we are going to split up the verse into parts. I don’t remember when I first learned the principle, but it goes like this:
“Yard by yard, it’s way too hard, but inch by inch, it’s a cinch.”
It’s pretty easy to remember a phrase or two, but learning verses that have multiple sentences and compound phrases becomes complicated, especially when you’re first starting. With that in mind we are in a break this verse down into three parts, and the first part is only four words in the Greek.
John 14:6 is one of the great proclamations that Jesus made about himself. Play the link below to learn the verse in Greek and to practice.
John14:6a Audio (click link to hear audio)
Jesus says to him (John 14:6a Darby)
The koine Greek for this verse looks like this:
Here is a breakdown of the Greek words and their meanings.
Phil 4:13 Word for Word Breakdown
Practice makes perfect. Practice saying the verse, as well as the individual words and meanings.
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