6 He that seith, that he dwellith in hym, he owith for to walke, as he walkide.
Bible verses about "friendship" | Wycliffe
13 He made fer my britheren fro me; and my knowun as aliens yeden awei fro me. 14 My neiyboris forsoken me; and thei that knewen me han foryete me. 15 The tenauntis of myn hows, and myn handmaydis hadden me as a straunger; and Y was as a pilgrym bifor her iyen. 16 Y clepide my seruaunt, and he answeride not to me; with myn owne mouth Y preiede hym. 17 My wijf wlatide my breeth; and Y preiede the sones of my wombe. 18 Also foolis dispisiden me; and whanne Y was goon awei fro hem, thei bacbitiden me. 19 Thei, that weren my counselouris sum tyme, hadden abhomynacioun of me; and he, whom Y louede moost, was aduersarie to me. 20 Whanne fleischis weren wastid, my boon cleuyde to my skyn; and `oneli lippis ben left aboute my teeth. 21 Haue ye merci on me, haue ye merci on me, nameli, ye my frendis; for the hond of the Lord hath touchid me. 22 Whi pursuen ye me, as God pursueth; and ben fillid with my fleischis?
11 Therfor thre frendis of Joob herden al the yuel, that hadde bifelde to hym, and camen ech man fro his place, Eliphath Temanytes, and Baldach Suythes, and Sophar Naamathites; for thei `hadden seide togidere to hem silf, that thei wolden come togidere, and visite hym, and coumforte. 12 And whanne thei hadden reisid afer `her iyen, thei knewen not hym; and thei crieden, and wepten, and to-renten her clothis, and spreynten dust on her heed `in to heuene. 13 And thei saten with hym in the erthe seuene daies and seuene nyytis, and no man spak a word to hym; for thei sien, that his sorewe was greet.
3 Whether tweyne schulen go togidere, no but it acorde to hem?
31 And as ye wolen that men do to you, do ye also to hem in lijk maner.
16 In my firste defence no man helpide me, but alle forsoken me; be it not arettid to hem.
17 Withdrawe thi foot fro the hous of thi neiybore; lest sum tyme he be fillid, and hate thee.
9 The Lord sente his merci in the dai; and his song in the nyyt.
10 Forsake thou not thi frend, and the frend of thi fadir; and entre thou not in to the hous of thi brothir, in the dai of thi turment. Betere is a neiybore nyy, than a brothir afer.
12 that ye be confermyd, that is, to be coumfortid togidere in you, bi feith that is bothe youre and myn togidere.
5 Be youre maneres withoute coueitise, apaied with present thingis; for he seide, Y schal not leeue thee,
28 A weiward man reisith stryues; and a man ful of wordis departith princis.
9 He that helith trespas, sekith frenschipis; he that rehersith bi an hiy word, departith hem, that ben knyt togidere in pees.
23 Dwelle thou with me, drede thou not; if ony man sekith thi lijf, he schal seke also my lijf, and thou schalt be kept with me.
1 If Y speke with tungis of men and of aungels, and Y haue not charite, Y am maad as bras sownynge, or a cymbal tynkynge. 2 And if Y haue prophecie, and knowe alle mysteries, and al kunnynge, and if Y haue al feith, so that Y meue hillis fro her place, and Y haue not charite, Y am nouyt. 3 And if Y departe alle my goodis in to the metis of pore men, and yf Y bitake my bodi, so that Y brenne, and if Y haue not charite, it profitith to me no thing. 4 Charite is pacient, it is benygne; charite enuyeth not, it doith not wickidli, it is not blowun, 5 it is not coueytouse, it sekith not tho thingis that ben hise owne, it is not stirid to wraththe, it thenkith not yuel, 6 it ioyeth not on wickidnesse, but it ioieth togidere to treuthe; 7 it suffrith alle thingis, it bileueth alle thingis, it hopith alle thingis, it susteyneth alle thingis. 8 Charite fallith neuere doun, whether prophecies schulen be voidid, ethir langagis schulen ceesse, ethir science schal be distried. 9 For a parti we knowun, and a parti we prophecien; 10 but whanne that schal come that is parfit, that thing that is of parti schal be auoidid. 11 Whanne Y was a litil child, Y spak as a litil child, Y vndurstood as a litil child, Y thouyte as a litil child; but whanne Y was maad a man, Y auoidide tho thingis that weren of a litil child. 12 And we seen now bi a myrour in derknesse, but thanne face to face; now Y knowe of parti, but thanne Y schal knowe, as Y am knowun. 13 And now dwellen feith, hope, and charite, these thre; but the most of these is charite.
17 what lond schal resseyue thee diynge, Y schal die ther ynne, and there Y schal take place of biriyng; God do to me these thingis, and adde these thingis, if deeth aloone schal not departe me and thee.
19 As the cheris of men biholdinge schynen in watris; so the hertis of men ben opyn to prudent men.
24 Nyle thou be freend to a wrathful man, nether go thou with a wood man; 25 lest perauenture thou lerne hise weies, and take sclaundir to thi soule. 26 Nyle thou be with hem that oblischen her hondis, and that proferen hem silf borewis for dettis; for if he hath not wherof he schal restore, 27 what of cause is, that thou take awei hilyng fro thi bed?
8 bifore alle thingis haue ye charite ech to other in you silf algatis lastynge; for charite couerith the multitude of synnes. 9 Holde ye hospitalite togidere with out grutching; 10 ech man as he hath resseyued grace, mynystringe it in to ech othere, as good dispenderis of the manyfold grace of God.
14 He that takith awei merci fro his frend, forsakith the drede of the Lord.
6 Betere ben the woundis of hym that loueth, than the gileful cossis of hym that hatith.
33 Nyle ye be disseyued; for yuel spechis distrien good thewis.
9 The herte delitith in oynement, and dyuerse odours; and a soule is maad swete bi the good counsels of a frend.
11 For which thing comforte ye togidere, and edefie ye ech other, as ye doon.
17 He that is a frend, loueth in al tyme; and a brother is preuyd in angwischis.
17 Yrun is whettid bi irun; and a man whettith the face of his frend.
9 Therfor it is betere, that tweyne be togidere than oon; for thei han profite of her felouschipe. 10 If oon fallith doun, he schal be vndurset of the tothere; wo to hym that is aloone, for whanne he fallith, he hath noon reisynge him. 11 And if tweyne slepen, thei schulen be nurschid togidere; hou schal oon be maad hoot? 12 And if ony man hath maistri ayens oon, tweyne ayen stonden hym; a threfolde corde is brokun of hard.
13 No man hath more loue than this, that a man putte his lijf for hise freendis.
24 A man freendli to felouschipe schal more be a frend, than a brothir.