11 And some of you were these, but you are bathed off, but you are hallowed, but you were justified in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ and by the spirit of our God."
1 Corinthians 6:11 Cross References - CLV
2 Rinse me abundantly from my depravity, And from my sin cleanse me."
7 Expiate me with the hyssop, and I shall be clean; Rinse me, and I shall be whiter than snow."
12 A breed of men that are clean in their own eyes Yet are not washed from their filth;
16 Wash yourselves! Purge yourselves! Take away the evil of your actions from in front of My eyes!
25 In Yahweh shall they be just, and in Elohim all the seed of Israel shall boast."
11 From the toil of His soul shall He see light. And He shall be satisfied by His knowledge. My righteous Servant shall justify many, and with their depravities shall He be burdened."
14 Wash from evil your heart, O Jerusalem, That you may be saved, Till when do you lodge in your heart Thoughts of your strength?
25 And I have sprinkled over you clean water, And you have been clean; From all your uncleannesses, and from all your idols, I do cleanse you."
14 I am saying to you, this man descended to his home justified, rather than that one, for everyone who is exalting himself shall be humbled, yet he who is humbling himself shall be exalted."
10 Jesus is saying to him, "He who is bathed has no need, except to wash his feet, but is wholly clean. And you are clean, but not all."
39 and from all from which you could not be justified in the law of Moses, in this One everyone who is believing is being justified."
16 And now, why do you defer? Rise, be baptized, and bathe off your sins, invoking His name.'"
18 to open their eyes, to turn them about from darkness to light and from the authority of Satan to God, for them to get a pardon of sins and an allotment among those who have been hallowed by faith that is in Me.'"
24 Being justified gratuitously in His grace, through the deliverance which is in Christ Jesus"
26 toward the display of His righteousness in the current era, for Him to be just and a Justifier of the one who is of the faith of Jesus." 27 Where, then, is boasting? It is debarred! Through what law? 28 Of works? No! But through faith's law. For we are reckoning a man to be justified by faith apart from works of law. 29 Or is He the god of the Jews only? Is He not of the nations also? 30 Yes, of the nations also, if so be that God is One, Who will be justifying the Circumcision out of faith and the Uncircumcision through faith."
5 Yet to him who is not working, yet is believing on Him Who is justifying the irreverent, his faith is reckoned for righteousness."
1 Being, then, justified by faith, we may be having peace toward God, through our Lord, Jesus Christ,
9 Much rather, then, being now justified in His blood, we shall be saved from indignation, through Him."
17 Now thanks be to God that you were slaves of Sin, yet you obey from the heart the type of teaching to which you were given over." 18 Now, being freed from Sin, you are enslaved to Righteousness." 19 As a man am I saying this, because of the infirmity of your flesh. For even as you present your members as slaves to Uncleanness and to Lawlessness for lawlessness, thus now present your members as slaves to Righteousness for holiness."
30 Now whom He designates beforehand, these He calls also, and whom He calls, these He justifies also; now whom He justifies, these He glorifies also."
33 Who will be indicting God's chosen ones? God, the Justifier?
2 to the ecclesia of God which is in Corinth, hallowed in Christ Jesus, called saints, together with all in every place who are invoking the name of our Lord, Jesus Christ, both theirs and ours:"
30 Yet you, of Him, are in Christ Jesus, Who became to us wisdom from God, besides righteousness and holiness and deliverance,
2 You are aware that when you were of the nations, you were led away to the voiceless idols, as ever you were led."
16 having perceived that a man is not being justified by works of law, except alone through the faith of Christ Jesus, we also believe in Christ Jesus that we may be justified by the faith of Christ and not by works of law, seeing that by works of law shall no flesh at all be justified."
8 Now the scripture, perceiving before that God is justifying the nations by faith, brings before an evangel to Abraham, that In you shall all the nations be blessed."
11 Now that in law no one is being justified with God is evident, for the just one by faith shall be living."
24 So that the law has become our escort to Christ, that we may be justified by faith."
1 And you, being dead to your offenses and sins, 2 in which once you walked, in accord with the eon of this world, in accord with the chief of the jurisdiction of the air, the spirit now operating in the sons of stubbornness " 3 (among whom we also all behaved ourselves once in the lusts of our flesh, doing the will of the flesh and of the comprehension, and were, in our nature, children of indignation, even as the rest),
17 This, then, I am saying and attesting in the Lord: By no means are you still to be walking according as those of the nations also are walking, in the vanity of their mind, 18 their comprehension being darkened, being estranged from the life of God because of the ignorance that is in them, because of the callousness of their hearts, 19 who, being past feeling, in greed give themselves up with wantonness to all uncleanness as a vocation." 20 Now you did not thus learn Christ, 21 since, surely, Him you hear, and by Him were taught (according as the truth is in Jesus), 22 to put off from you, as regards your former behavior, the old humanity which is corrupted in accord with its seductive desires,
8 for you were once darkness, yet now you are light in the Lord."
26 that He should be hallowing it, cleansing it in the bath of the water (with His declaration),
13 Now we ought to be thanking God always concerning you, brethren, beloved by the Lord, seeing that God prefers you from the beginning for salvation, in holiness of the spirit and faith in the truth,
3 For we also were once foolish, stubborn, deceived, slaves of various desires and gratifications, leading a life in malice and envy, detestable, hating one another." 4 Yet when the kindness and fondness for humanity of our Saviour, God, made its advent, 5 not for works which are wrought in righteousness which we do, but according to His mercy, He saves us, through the bath of renascence and renewal of holy spirit, 6 which He pours out on us richly through Jesus Christ, our Saviour, 7 that, being justified in that One's grace, we may be becoming enjoyers, in expectation, of the allotment of life eonian."
11 For both He Who is hallowing and those who are being hallowed are all of One, for which cause He is not ashamed to be calling them brethren,
22 we may be approaching with a true heart, in the assurance of faith, with hearts sprinkled from a wicked conscience, and a body bathed in clean water."
21 Abraham, our father, was he not justified by works when offering up his son Isaac on the altar? 22 You are observing that faith worked together with his works, and by works was faith perfected." 23 And fulfilled was the scripture which is saying, Now "Abraham believes God, and it is reckoned to him for righteousness,and he was called "the friend of God." 24 You see that by works a man is being justified, and not by faith only." 25 Now likewise, was not Rahab the prostitute also justified by works when entertaining the messengers and ejecting them by a different way? 26 For even as the body apart from spirit is dead, thus also faith apart from works is dead."
2 according to the foreknowledge of God, the Father, in holiness of spirit, for obedience and sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ: May grace and peace be multiplied to you!"
22 Having purified your souls, by the obedience of truth, for unfeigned fondness for the brethren, love one another out of a true heart earnestly,
21 the representation of which, baptism, is now saving you also (not the putting off of the filth of the flesh, but the inquiry of a good conscience to God), through the resurrection of Jesus Christ,
2 2 by no means still to spend the rest of his lifetime in the flesh in human desires, but in the will of God." 3 For sufficient is the time which has passed by to have effected the intention of the nations, having gone on in wantonness, lusts, debauches, revelries, drinking bouts, and illicit idolatries,
5 and from Jesus Christ, the Faithful Witness, the Firstborn of the dead, and the Suzerain of the kings of the earth. To Him Who is loving us and looses us from our sins by His blood"
14 And I have declared to him: "My lord, you are aware.And he said to me, "These are those coming out of the great affliction. And they rinse their robes, and they whiten them in the blood of the Lambkin."