1 Corinthians 3

Diaglott(i) 1 And I, brethren, not was able to speak to you as to spiritual ones, but as to fleshly ones, even as to babes in Anointed. 2 Milk you I gave to drink, not solid food; not yet were you able. But not even yet now are you able; 3 yet for fleshly ones you are. Where for among you envy and strife and divisions, not fleshly ones you are, and according to man walk you? 4 When for may say any one: I indeed am of Paul; another and: I, of Apollos; not fleshly ones are you? 5 Who then is Paul, who and Apollos? Servants, through whom you believed, and to each as the Lord gave. 6 I planted, Apollos watered, but the God caused to grow; 7 so neither he planting is anything, nor he watering, but he causing to grow God. 8 He planting but and he watering one are; each and the own reward will receive according to the own labor. 9 Of God for we are fellow-workers; of God a farm, of God a building you are. 10 According to the favor of the God that having been given to me, as a wise architect a foundation I have laid; another but builds up; each one but let see, how he builds up. 11 Foundation for another no one is able to have laid besides that being laid, who is Jesus Anointed. 12 If but any one builds on the foundation this gold, silver, stones costly, wood, hay, straw; 13 of each one the work manifest shall become; the for day will show, because in fire it is revealed; and of each one the work what kind it is, the fire will try. 14 If of any one the work abides which he built up, a reward he will receive; 15 if of any one the work shall be consumed, he will suffer loss; he himself but shall be saved, in this way but as through fire. 16 Not know you, that a temple of God you are, and the spirit of the God dwells in you? 17 If any one the temple of the God destroys, will destroy him the God; the for temple of the God holy is, who ever are you. 18 No one himself let deceive; if any one seems wise to be among you in the age this, a fool let him become, so that he may become wise. 19 The for wisdom of the world this, foolish with the God is; it has been written for: He is catching the wise ones in the craftiness of them; 20 and again: Lord knows the reasonings of the wise ones, that they are vain. 21 Therefore no one let boast in men; all things for of you is, 22 whether Paul, or Apollos, or Cephas, or world, or life, or death, or present things, or being about to be; all things of you is; 23 you and, of Anointed; Anointed and, of God.