John 7:1-9 Mounce Reverse-Interlinear New Testament (MOUNCE)
7 · kai After meta this houtos Jesus Iēsous traveled peripateō about · ho in en · ho Galilee Galilaia; he chose thelō not ou to remain peripateō in en · ho Judea Ioudaia, because hoti the ho Jews Ioudaios were seeking zēteō to kill apokteinō him autos. 2 Now de the ho Jewish Ioudaios festival heortē of Tabernacles skēnopēgia was eimi near engys. · ho · ho 3 So oun his autos brothers adelphos said legō to pros him autos, · ho “ You should leave metabainō here enteuthen and kai go hypagō to eis · ho Judea Ioudaia so hina that your sy disciples mathētēs also kai · ho may observe theōreō the ho works ergon that hos you are doing poieō. 4 For gar no oudeis one acts poieō in en secret kryptos if kai he autos desires zēteō public recognition en. If ei you are doing poieō these houtos things , show phaneroō yourself seautou to the ho world kosmos.” 5 ( You see gar, not oude even · ho his autos brothers adelphos had confidence pisteuō in eis him autos.) 6 So oun Jesus Iēsous said legō to them autos, · ho · ho “ My emos time kairos · ho has not oupō yet come pareimi, · ho but de your hymeteros time kairos · ho is eimi always pantote here hetoimos. 7 The ho world kosmos cannot ou dynamai hate miseō you hymeis, but de it hates miseō me egō because hoti I egō am bearing martyreō witness against peri it autos that hoti · ho its autos works ergon are eimi evil ponēros. 8 You go anabainō up to eis the ho festival heortē yourselves hymeis; I egō am not ou going anabainō up to eis · ho this houtos festival heortē, for hoti · ho my emos time kairos has not oupō yet fully come plēroō.” 9 Having said legō this houtos, · de he autos stayed menō behind in en · ho Galilee Galilaia.
John 7:1-9 Expanded Bible (EXB)
Jesus’ Brothers Don’t Believe
7 After this, Jesus ·traveled [walked] around Galilee. He did not want to ·travel [walk] in Judea, because the ·Jewish leaders [L Jews] there ·wanted [sought] to kill him [see 5:18]. 2 [L But] It was [L near the] time for the Feast of ·Shelters [Tabernacles; Booths; C an important annual festival celebrating harvest, sometimes known as Ingathering, and commemorating the exodus from Egypt; Ex. 23:16; Lev. 23:33–44; Deut. 16:13–17]. 3 So Jesus’ brothers [C children of Joseph and Mary born after Jesus, or children of Joseph from a previous marriage; Mark 3:21, 31–35] said to him, “You should leave here and go to Judea so your ·followers [disciples] there can see the ·miracles [L works] you do. 4 [L For] Anyone who wants to be ·well [publicly] known does not ·hide what he does [L act in secret]. If you are doing these things, show yourself to the world.” 5 ([L For] Even Jesus’ brothers did not believe in him.)
6 [L Therefore] Jesus said to his brothers, “·The right time for me [L My time; 2:4] has not yet come, but any time is right for you [C they could go to Jerusalem anytime; but Jesus had a special destiny to fulfill there]. 7 The world cannot hate you [C because they are part of it], but it hates me, because I ·tell it [testify concerning; witness to] ·the evil things it does [L that its works are evil]. 8 So you go [L up] to the feast. I will not go [L up] yet[a] to this feast, because ·the right time for me [my time] has not yet ·come [fully come; L been fulfilled].” 9 After saying this, Jesus ·stayed [remained behind] in Galilee.