4 It behooved and him to pass through the Samaria. 5 He comes therefore into a city of the Samaritans, being called Sychar, near by the field, of which gave Jacob Joseph to the son of himself. 6 Was and there a spring of the Jacob. The then Jesus having become weary from the journey, sat down thus over the spring; hour was about six. 7 Comes a woman of the Samaria, to draw water. Say to her the Jesus: Give to me a drink. 8 (The for disciples of him had gone into the city, that provisions they might buy.) 9 Says then to him the woman that Samaritan: How thou, a Jew being, from me to drink askest, being a woman a Samaritan? (Not for associate with Jews Samaritans.) 10 Answered Jesus and said to her: If thou hast known the gift of the God, and who is be saying to thee: Give to me to drink; thou wouldst ask him, and he would give thee water living. 11 Says to him the woman: O lord, nothing to draw with thou hast, and the well is deep; whence then hast thou the water the living? 12 Not thou greater art the father of us, Jacob? who gave to us the well, and he of it drank, and the sons of him, and the cattle of him. 13 Answered Jesus and said to her: All the drinking of the water this, will thirst again; 14 who but ever may drink of the water, of which I shall give to him, not not may thirst to the age; but the water, which I shall give him, shall be in him a well of water springing into life age-lasting. 15 Says to him the woman: O lord, give to me this the water, that not I may thirst, nor may come in this place to draw. 16 Says to her the Jesus: Go, call the husband of thee, and come here. 17 Answered the woman and said: Not I have a husband. Says to her the Jesus: Rightly thou didst say: That a husband not I have. 18 Five for husbands thou hast had; and now whom thou hast not is of thee a husband; this truly thou hast said. 19 Says to him the woman: O lord, I see, that a prophet art thou. 20 The fathers of us in the mountain this worshipped; and you say, that in Jerusalem is the place, where it is necessary to worship. 21 Says to her the Jesus: O woman, believe thou me, that comes an hour, when neither in the mountain this, nor in Jerusalem you shall worship the Father. 22 You worship what not you know; we worship what we know; because the salvation from the Jews is. 23 But comes an hour, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and truth; and for the Father such like seeks those worshipping him. 24 A spirit the God; and those worshipping him, in spirit and truth it behooves to worship. 25 Says to him the woman: I know, that Messiah comes; (the being called Anointed;) when may come he, he will relate to us all. 26 Says to her the Jesus: I am, he talking to thee.
Bible verses about "diversity" | Diaglott
19 Going forth disciple you all the nations, immersing them into the name of the Father and of the Son and of the holy spirit;
1 The but weak to the faith, take to yourselves, not for differences of reasoning. 2 Who indeed believes to eat all things; the but one being weak herbs eats. 3 The one eating, the not one eating not despise; and the not eating, the one eating not judge; the God for him received to himself. 4 Thou who art the judging belonging to another household servant? to the own Lord he stands or he falls; he shall be made to stand and; able for is the God to make stand. 5 Indeed esteems a day from a day, another but esteems every day; each in the own mind let be fully assured. 6 He minding the day, to Lord minds; and he not minding the day, to Lord not minds. And he eating, to Lord eats, he gives thanks for to the God; and he not eating, to Lord not eats, and he gives thanks to the God. 7 No one for of you to himself lives, and no one to himself dies. 8 If both for we live, to the Lord we live; if and we die, to the Lord we die. If both therefore we live, if and we die, of the Lord we are. 9 To this for Anointed both died and lived, so that both of dead ones and living he might be lord. 10 Thou but, why judgest the brother of thee? or also thou, why settest at nought the brother of thee? all for shall stand before the judgment seat of the Anointed. 11 It has been written for: Live I, says Lord, because to me shall bend every knee, and every tongue shall confess to the God. 12 So then each one of us concerning himself an account shall give to the God. 13 No longer therefore each other we should judge; but this judge you rather, that not to place a stumbling-block to the brother or a cause of fall. 14 I know, and have been persuaded in Lord Jesus, that nothing common through itself, if not to him regarding anything common to be, to him common; 15 If but through food the brother of thee is grieved, no longer according to love dost thou walk. Not with the food of thee him do thou destroy, on behalf of whom Anointed died. 16 Not let be evil spoken of therefore of you the good. 17 Not for is the kingdom of the God eating and drinking, but righteousness and peace and joy in spirit holy; 18 he for in this doing service for the Anointed, well-pleasing to the God, and approved by the men. 19 So then the things of the peace we should pursue, and the things of the building up of that for each other. 20 Not on account of food demolish the work of the God. All things indeed you pure; but evil for the man for that through a stumbling-block eating. 21 Good the not to eat flesh, not to drink wine, nor by which the brother of thee stumbles, or in ensnared, or in weakened. 22 Thou faith hast; according to thyself hold it in presence of the God. Blessed he not judging himself in what he approves. 23 He but discerning a difference, if he should eat, has been condemned, because not from faith; every thing and which not from faith, sin is.
9 After these things I saw, and lo a crowd great, which to have numbered him no one was able, out of every nation and of tribes and of peoples and of tongues, standing in presence of the throne and in presence of the lamb, having been clothed robes white, and palms in the hands of them;
16 because in him were created the things all, the things in the heavens and the things on the earth, the things seen and the things unseen, whether thrones, or lordships, or governments, or authorities; the things all on account of him and for him have been created; 17 and he is in advance of all, and the things all in him has been placed together;
1 Brethren of me, not with a respect of persons do you hold the faith of the Lord of us Jesus Anointed of the glory. 2 If for may enter into the synagogue of you a man having gold ring on his fingers in a robe splendid, may enter and also a poor man in dirty clothing, 3 and you should look on the one wearing the robe the splendid, and you should say: Thou sit here honorably; and to the poor man you should say: Thou stand there, or sit thou here under the footstool of me; 4 and not did you make a difference among yourselves and became judges reasonings of evil things? 5 Hear you, brethren of me beloved ones, not the God chose the poor of the world rich ones in faith and heirs of the kingdom, which he promised to those loving him? 6 You but dishonored the poor. Not the rich ones domineer over you, and they drag you into courts of justice? 7 Not they revile the honorable name that having been named on you? 8 If indeed a law you keep royal, according to the writing: Thou shalt love the neighbor of thee as thyself, well you do. 9 If but you respect persons, sin you work, being convicted under the law as transgressors. 10 Whoever for whole the law keeps, shall fail but in one, has become of all guilty. 11 The for one having said: Not thou mayest commit adultery, said also: Not thou mayest murder; if now not thou commit adultery, thou dost murder but, thou hast become a transgressor of law. 12 Thus speak you and thus do you, as by means of a law of freedom being about to be judged. 13 The for judgment merciless for him not having practised mercy; glories over mercy judgment. 14 What the profit, brethren of me, if faith may say any one to have, works but not may have? not is able the faith to save him? 15 If but a brother or a sister naked ones should be, and wanting may be of the daily food, 16 may say and any one to them from of you: Go you away in peace, be you warmed and be you filled; not you may give but to them the things necessary of the body, what the profit? 17 Thus also faith, if not if may have works, dead it is by itself. 18 But will say some one: Thou faith hast, and I works have; show to me the faith of thee without the works of thee, and I will show to thee by the works of me the faith of me. 19 Thou believest, that the God one is; well thou doest; even the demons believe, and shudder. 20 Wishest thou but to know, O man vain, that the faith without the works dead is? 21 Abraham the father of us not by works was made righteous, having brought up Isaac the son of himself to the altar? 22 Seest thou, that the faith worked with the works of him, and by the works the faith was perfected? 23 And was fulfilled the writing that saying: Believed but Abraham the God, and it was counted to him for righteousness; and a friend of God he was called. 24 Do you see, that by works is made righteous a man, and not by faith alone? 25 In like manner and also Rahab the harlot not by works was justified, having received the messengers, and by another way having sent out? 26 As for the body without breath dead is, so also the faith without the works dead is.