The New Testament Greek Virtual Assistant

  • Pastor, do you need help with the exposition of a verse list for an upcoming sermon?
  • Bible teacher, do you need assistance with the exegesis of your verse list for a future Bible conference or seminar?
  • Church person, do you need support with a personal Bible study or “hard to understand” verses?

The possibilities are endless! We can help!

The New Testament Greek Virtual Assistant has twenty five years’ experience in the New Testament Greek.

The Virtual Assistant will help you with commentary support for your verse list, word studies, word searches, Strong’s number word searches, grammar and syntax searches, and grammar parsing.

Our knowledge base includes:

  1. Kittel’s Ten Volume Theological Dictionary of New Testament Words
  2. Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance
  3. The Englishman’s Greek Concordance
  4. Vine’s Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
  5. Thayer’s Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament
  6. Moulton and Milligan’s Vocabulary of the Greek Testament
  7. Numerous English/ Greek Interlinear Bibles
  8. Robertson’s Word Pictures of the NT
  9. Wuest’s Word Studies in the Greek New Testament,
  10. Vincent’s Word Studies in the New Testament.
  11. Nicoll’s Expositor’s Greek Testament
  12. Jamieson, Faucet, and Brown Commentary
  13. Albert Barnes Notes on the Bible
  14. The Online Bible
  15. E Sword
  16. Interlinear Scripture Analyzer
  17. Robinson/Pierpont Byzantine Greek New Testament Parsing
  18. Han’s Parsing Guide to the NT
  19. Tense Voice Mood Verb Parsing
  20. Case Number and Gender Noun Parsing
  21. And much, much, more!

How Does The NT Greek Virtual Assistant Work?

  • You telephone “The Assistant” at 305.299.0633.
  • We discuss what your job entails and the best way to get it done.
  • You email us the list of verses that you want the exegeses for @
  • Our rates are $15.00 per hour.
  • We do not charge for lunch or breaks of any kind.
  • Our days and hours are flexible to meet your immediate needs.

Please visit our web site for more information

Within the USA: Telephone – 305.299.0633

Outside the USA: Telephone – +1 305.299.0633


There is just something!

There is just something about spending five days without electricity, a bathroom, running water, or electronics.

There is just something about having nothing else than to talk to people.

There is just something about realizing that the night sky is not black, but gray from thousands of stars.

There is just something about seeing the edge of our galaxy, the Milky Way.

There is just something about not hearing the noise of television.

There is just something about not getting a phone call.

There is just something about eating meat which had been slaughtered on that day, or vegetables which have been picked on that day, or drinking milk from a cow, on that day.

There is just something about eating fresh tilapia from Lake Victoria.

There is just something about grabbing a flashlight and roll of toilet paper in the night to do number two by squatting and aiming into a hole.

There is just something about kerosene lamps.

There is just something about taking a bath with birds chirping above and hens running around.

There is just something about drinking fresh spring water.

I have been so fortunate to enjoy these privileges which most white people will never venture out to get.


With Pastor Denvil Lee in Ugunga, Kenya during a five day Bible conference

The Tale of the Caribbean Island

I Cor 1:23  But we preach Christ crucified, unto the Jews a stumblingblock, and unto the Greeks foolishness;

I Cor 2:2  For I determined not to know any thing among you, save Jesus Christ, and him crucified.

In both instances above, Christ crucified is in the Greek perfect tense.

The Greek perfect tense is defined, as a once and for all accomplished event with an eternal impact. Though Christ was crucified 2000 years ago, the effect of His crucifixion is as powerful for us today, as it was 20 centuries ago.

Because Christ is God’s treasure chest, the effects of His crucifixion dwell permanently inside Him.

This very Christ, still crucified today, has been given to us as another of the treasures that lives within Him.

Why does God give to us “the treasure of Christ as permanently crucified”?

This is what I term as the “law of crucifixion” or “the law of the cross”.  A law tells us that under a specific set of circumstances, specific results will always occur.

With our every individual act of obedience towards God, “the law of crucifixion” (which is the permanently crucified Christ) kicks in, resulting into what is described in the next two verses out of 2 Corinthians chapter four.

Suppose that you and your family go on vacation to a beautiful secluded island. One morning, meandering through the ivory  sands, a rusty corner of barely protruding object grabs you attention.  You uncover a tarnished treasure chest hidden by English pirates.

When you break open the chest you find it loaded and overflowing with pounds of gold and silver bars, precious gems, brilliant stones, huge diamonds, superb rubies, exquisite rings, brooches, and more.

Is it more logical to have you and your sons close and secure the chest, grab it by the handles and wheel it so that you can forever enjoy  and use it.

That is one alternative!

However, you chose to sit for hours under the scorching sun of the Caribbean skies, and laboriously search through the chest for items of jewelry that your family needs.

You dig and pull out jewelry, breaking your nails and cutting your hands.

Finally you quit the process totally exhausted.  In a deep frustration your family finds the fifteen or twenty pieces that they need.  You leave the treasure chest in the sand, nearly full with hundreds pieces of jewelry now discarded around it, and go home.

Would you agree that this family acted it stupidity?

Yet this is a perfect description of the church, and its relationship to its understanding of the Lord Jesus.

Inside the Person of Christ dwells or is hidden all of who God is, all of what God wants, and wants to give to the church, and all that God possesses for this world and for the next.

Here is the secret.

When Christ is revealed or manifested in us, all the treasures within or inside of Him will be manifested along with Him.

The more revelation of the Son of God in you, the more will be the revelation of all that dwells IN HIM.  It is an automatic reality.

The secret to the manifestation or revelation of the Son of God in us has to do with our continuous obedience to Him.

The more that we obey God’s voice by His Holy Spirit, the more that Jesus Christ who dwells in our spirits will become revealed or manifested

The less that we obey God; the less will be the manifestation of the Son of God in our lives.  It is that simple!  It’s all proportional.

The revelation of Christ, and the treasures within Him, becomes a progressive reality inside of us by obedience to God.  Every act of obedience towards God activates the law of the cross that reveals the treasure of “Christ crucified”, which destroys our self-life and manifests Christ and His treasures.

How do we become free?


Satan has successfully deceived the church, to divert it from understanding and valuing the supreme importance of the revelation of the Son of God in its midst.  Our obedience to God is shallow, compromised, and limited; our knowledge of the Word of God is very poor at best.

Secondly, we have been deceived to allow the second most important truth in Christianity to slip right through our hands!

Christ has made you complete! But it’s experienced in proportion to how welcomed God is to take residence in you. Is He guest or family?



The New Testament Greek and Bible Programs Seminar


Please keep this on your January 2015 radar screen, when our seminars kick off in South Florida. Those who host them at home or church do not pay.  If you have an interest to host one, please email me at
They are best taught on Saturdays.
They are only available in the South Florida area, so far.
The cost is $10.00 per person per session.
Please make checks payable to “Jose Alvarez”.
Cash of course, is still king.
I have a PayPal account at for prepayments.  Please earmark your payment with “Florida Seminar.”
Churches or homes who host these seminars benefit from not paying.
The seminar is free for the pastor and wife and or for those who host the seminar at their church or home.
Attendees are encouraged to bring a brown bag lunch or get a bite at a nearby fast food restaurant for lunch.
Seminars usually last from 10 am to 4 pm.
Phone 305.299.0633
Web site:
Thank you!

John 8: 32 And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free.

  • When we know the truth of the Bible in its accuracy, it will set us free.
  • The truth will not set us free if we believe it in error.
  • We are set free through revelation knowledge.
  • Nothing is as effective in the revelation of the scriptures as the original language of Greek.

Here is what you will learn!

  1. The fundamentals of the Greek verb tenses, voices, and moods, (TVM)  and the nouns cases, number, and gender (CNG)
  2. The seminar is combined with three outstanding free Bible programs which you will download on your desktop and learn to use  with your knowledge of the NT Greek.
  3. The Online Bible
  4. The Interlinear Scripture Analyzer
  5. The E Sword Program in conjunction with free Bible resources @
  6. Learn to use the Verb TVM (Tense, Voice and Mood) Coded System on the Online Bible and the Interlinear Scripture Analyzer.
  7. Learn to  use the Noun CNG (Case, Number and Gender) Coded System on the Online Bible and the Interlinear Scripture Analyzer.
  8. Learn to  use the Online Strong’s Concordance, the second most important book in the world.
  9. Learn to use the massive library of free downloadable modules which integrates to the E Sword Program.

This seminar is most effective with a computer that you bring to the seminar.

The Bible programs are all Windows based.