Luke 1:37. ἀδυνατήσει: the verb means, in classic Greek, to be weak, of persons.
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... 1:37King James Version (KJV). <sup>37</sup> For with God nothing shall be impossible.
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Luke 1:37New International Version (NIV). <sup>37</sup> For no word from God will ever fail.
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