5 Worshipe them not, and serue them not: for I the LORDE thy God am a gelouse God, vysitinge ye synne of the fathers vpon the children, vnto ye thirde and fourth generacion, of them that hate me:
Bible verses about "resentment" | Coverdale
13 As for soch as be fayned, dyssemblers and ypocrytes, they heape vp wrath for them selues: for they call not vpon him, though they be his presoners.
11 My sonne, despyse not the chastenynge of ye LORDE, nether faynte when thou art rebuked of him.
12 And forgeue vs oure dettes, as we also forgeue oure detters.
1 The kyngdome of heauen is like vnto an housholder, which wete out early in the mornynge, to hyre labourers in to his vyniarde. 2 And wha he had agreed with the labourers for a peny a daye, he sent the in to his vynyarde. 3 And aboute ye thirde houre he wente out, and sawe other stondinge ydle in the market place, 4 and sayde vnto them: Go ye also in to my vynyarde, & what so euer is right, I wil geue it you. And they wete their waye. 5 Agayne, he wete out aboute the sixte and nyenth houre, and dyd likewyse, 6 And aboute the eleuenth houre he wete out, and founde other stodynge ydle, and sayde vnto them: Why stonde ye here all the daye ydle? 7 They sayde vnto him: because no man hath hyred us. He saide vnto the: Go ye also in to my vinyarde, and loke what is right, ye shal haue it. 8 Now whan euen was come, the lorde of the vynyarde sayde vnto his stewarde: Call the labourers, and geue them their hyre, begynnynge from the last vnto ye first. 9 Then they that were hyred aboute the eleuenth houre, came and receaued euery man a peny. 10 But whan the first came, they supposed that they shulde receaue more: and they also receaued euery man a peny. 11 And whan they had receaued it, they murmured agaynst the housholder, 12 and sayde: These last haue wrought but one houre, and thou hast made the equall vnto us, which haue borne the burthen and heate of the daye. 13 He answered and sayde vnto one of them: frende, I do ye no wronge: diddest not thou agree with me for a peny? 14 Take that thine is, and go thy waye. I wil geue vnto this last also, like as vnto the. 15 Or haue I not power, to do as me listeth with myne owne? Is thine eye euell, because I am good? 16 So the last shalbe the first, & the first the last. For many are called, but few are chosen.
10 A thefe cometh not, but for to steale, kyll, and destroye. I am come, yt they might haue life, and haue it more abundauntly.
10 Who so fyndeth an honest faithful woma, she is moch more worth the perles. 11 The herte of hir husbande maye safely trust in her, so that he shal haue no nede of spoyles. 12 She wil do him good & not euel all ye dayes of hir life. 13 She occupieth woll & flax, & laboureth gladly wt hir handes. 14 She is like a marchauntes shippe, that bryngeth hir vytayles from farre. 15 She is vp in ye night season, to prouyde meate for hir housholde, & foode for hir maydens. 16 She considreth lode, & byeth it, and wt the frute of hir handes she planteth a vynyarde. 17 She gyrdeth hir loynes with strength, and courageth hir armes. 18 And yf she perceaue that hir houswifrie doth good, hir candle goeth not out by night. 19 She layeth hir fyngers to the spyndle, & hir hande taketh holde of ye rocke. 20 She openeth hir hande to ye poore, yee she stretcheth forth hir hades to soch as haue nede. 21 She feareth not yt the colde of wynter shal hurte hir house, for all hir housholde folkes are duble clothed. 22 She maketh hir self fayre ornametes, hir clothige is whyte sylke & purple. 23 Hir hu?bade is moch set by in ye gates, whe he sytteth amonge ye rulers of ye londe. 24 She maketh cloth of sylke & selleth it, and delyuereth a gyrdle vnto ye marchaut. 25 Stregth and honoure is hir clothinge, & in the latter daye she shal reioyse. 26 She openeth hir mouth with wy?dome, & in hir toge is the lawe of grace. 27 She loketh wel to the wayes of hir housholde, & eateth not hir bred with ydilnes. 28 Hir children arise & call hir blessed, & hir hu?bande maketh moch of her. 29 Many daughters there be yt gather riches together, but thou goest aboue the all. 30 As for fauor, it is disceatfull, and beutie is a vayne thinge: but a woman that feareth the LORDE, she is worthy to be praysed. 31 Geue her of the frute of hir handes, and let hir owne workes prayse her in the gates.
3 The stone is heuy, and the sonde weightie: but a fooles wrath is heuyer then they both.
14 For yf ye forgeue other men their treaspases, youre heauenly father shall also forgeue you.
4 and yf he amende, forgeue him. And though he synne agaynst the seuen tymes in a daye, and come seuen tymes in a daye to ye agayne, and saye: It repenteth me, forgeue him.
28 But sure we are, that all thinges serue for the best vnto them that loue of God, which are called of purpose.
8 I wil therfore that men praye in all places, liftinge vp pure hades without wrath or dowtynge.
20 Therfore wil I prayse the & thy faithfulnesse (o God) playege vpon the lute, vnto the wil I synge vpon the harpe. o thou holy one of Israel. 21 My lippes wolde fayne synge prayses vnto the: 22 & so wolde my soule, whom thou hast delyuered. 23 My tonge talketh of thy rightuousnesse all the daye longe, 24 for they are confounded & brought vnto shame, yt sought to do me euel.
15 But and ye wyll not forgeue me their trespases, nomore shall youre father forgeue you youre trespases.
23 which whan he was reuyled, reuyled not agayne: wha he suffred, he threatened not: but commytted the cause vnto him, that iudgeth righteously:
2 As for the foolish man displeasure kylleth him, and anger slayeth ye ignoraunt.
10 As it is wrytte: There is none righteous, no not one.
2 Oh how loge shall I seke councell in my soule? how longe shall I be so vexed in my herte? how longe shal myne enemie triumphe ouer me? 3 Considre, ad heare me, o LORDE my God: lighten myne eyes, that I slepe not in death. 4 Lest myne enemie saye: I haue preuayled agaynst hi for yf I be cast downe, they that trouble me will reioyse at it.
7 Submit youre selues to God, and resist the deuell, & he wil flye fro you.
23 For they are all synners, and wate the prayse that God shulde haue of the,
2 And fashion not youre selues like vnto this worlde, but be chaunged thorow the renewynge off yor mynde, yt ye maye proue, what thinge that good, yt acceptable, & perfecte wil of God is.
15 ad loke well, that no ma be destitute of the grace of God, lest there sprynge vp eny bytter rote, and cause disquyetnes, and therby many be defyled:
31 Let all bytternes, and fearsnes, and wrath, and roaringe, & cursed speakynge be farre fro you with all maliciousnes.
37 Iudge not, and ye shal not be iudged. Condepne not, and ye shal not be condempned. Forgeue, and ye shal be forgeuen.
4 Loue is pacient & curteous, loue envyeth not, loue doth not frowardly, is not puft vp, dealeth not dishonestly, 5 seketh not hir awne, is not prouoked vnto anger, thynketh not euell, 6 reioyseth not ouer iniquyte, but reioyseth in the trueth, 7 beareth all thinges, beleueth all thinges, hopeth all thinges, suffreth all thinges.
16 Knowlege youre fautes one to another: and praye one for another, that ye maye be healed. The prayer of a righteous man auayleth moche, yf it be feruet.
1 Though I spake with the tunges of men and angels, and yet had not loue, I were euen as sowndinge brasse, or as a tynklinge Cymball. 2 And though I coulde prophecy, & vnderstode all secretes, and all knowlege, and had all faith, so that I coulde moue moutaynes out of their places, and yet had not loue, I were nothinge. 3 And though I bestowed all my goodes to fede ye poore, and though I gaue my body euen that I burned, and yet haue not loue, it profiteth me nothinge. 4 Loue is pacient & curteous, loue envyeth not, loue doth not frowardly, is not puft vp, dealeth not dishonestly, 5 seketh not hir awne, is not prouoked vnto anger, thynketh not euell, 6 reioyseth not ouer iniquyte, but reioyseth in the trueth, 7 beareth all thinges, beleueth all thinges, hopeth all thinges, suffreth all thinges. 8 Though prophecienges fayle, or tunges ceasse, or knowlege perishe, yet loue falleth neuer awaye. 9 For oure knowlege is vnparfecte, and oure prophecienge is vnparfecte. 10 But wha that which is perfecte, commeth, then shal the vnparfecte be done awaye. 11 Whan I was a childe, I spake as a childe, I vnderstode as a childe, I ymagined as a childe. But as soone as I was a man, I put awaye childishnes. 12 Now we se thorow a glasse in a darke speakynge, but the shal we se face to face. Now I knowe vnperfectly: but the shal I knowe eue as I am knowne. 13 Now abydeth faith, hope, loue, these thre: but the greatest of these is loue.
10 But ye God of all grace, which hath called you to his euerlastinge glory in Christ Iesu, shal his owne selfe make you perfecte, which suffre a litle season: eue he shal settle, strength, and stablish you.
25 And whan ye stonde and praye, forgeue yf ye haue ought ageynst eny man, that youre father also in heauen, maye forgeue you youre trespaces.