“Agrapha” – Sayings of Jesus not found in any of the surviving Gospels per Bart Ehrman here.

Previous post here titled Ever Hear of an Agraphon? An “Unwritten” Saying of Jesus? Extracted sayings in Bart’s translation is below.

Mark 9:49 in ms D et al:

For every sacrifice will be salted with salt.

Mark 16:14 in ms W (Freer Logion):

And Christ replied to them, “The term for the years of Satan’s authority has been fulfilled; but other terrible things draw near.  And I was handed over to death for those who have sinned, in order that they might return to the truth and sin no longer, that they might inherit the spiritual and imperishable glory of righteousness that is in heaven.”

Luke 6:4 in ms D:

On the same day, when he saw a certain man working on the Sabbath, he said to him, “O man, if you know what you are doing, you are blessed; but if you do not know, you are cursed, and a transgressor of the Law.”

Luke 9:55b56a in K G Q and other manuscripts:

And he said, “You do not know what sort of spirit you are, for the son of man did not come to destroy human souls but to save them.”

Luke 22:2728 in ms D:

“For I came into your midst not as one who reclines at the table, but as the one who serves; and you have grown in my service as one who serves.”