The Greek text was taken from the Unbound Bible site at Biola University. This is an extraordinary resource. You can use the "Power Search" option in order to display parallel texts, so, for example, you could look at the Greek text, together with two different English translations for comparison. The Unbound Bible site also uses a Unicode Greek standard to display the accented Greek text.
You can also view an interlinear Greek-English text at the Crosswalk Interlinear Bible site which contains a fully integrated New Testament Greek lexicon, so that you can look up words as you go along. The Crosswalk site does not use the Unicode Greek standard, so you will need to download and install the BST Greek font which is available at their website.
For help in understanding the Greek text, there is a Greek Morphology Tool at Perseus, which will help you to understand the form of the Greek words, and allow you to look them up in the comprehensive Liddell & Scott Greek lexicon. Although there are many specialized New Testament Greek lexicons, it is sometimes very helpful to use Liddell & Scott instead so tha tyou can see how words were used over the whole history of the Greek language, including archaic and classical meanings, in addition to the specifically Christian meanings which some words later acquired.
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