1 Paul, an apostle of Christ Jesus, through the will of God, and Timothy the brother,—unto the assembly of God which is in Corinth, together with all the saints who are in the whole of Achaia: 2 Favour unto you, and peace, from God [our] Father, and Lord Jesus Christ. 3 Blessed, be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassions, and God of all encouragement, 4 Who encourageth us in all our tribulation, to the end we may be able to encourage them who are in any tribulation—through means of the encouragement wherewith we, ourselves, are encouraged by God. 5 Because, even as the sufferings of the Christ overflow unto us, so, through the Christ, overfloweth, our encouragement also. 6 But, whether we are in tribulation, it is for your encouragement and salvation; whether we are encouraged, it is for your encouragement, which worketh inwardly by the endurance of the same sufferings which, we also, suffer;— 7 And so, our hope, is sure in your behalf,—knowing that,—as ye are sharers of the sufferings, so, also of the encouragement. 8 For we do not wish you to be ignorant, brethren, as to our tribulation which happened in Asia,—that, exceedingly, beyond power, were we weighed down, so that we despaired, even of life. 9 But, we ourselves, within ourselves, have had the sentence of death, that we might not rest our confidence upon ourselves, but upon God, who raiseth the dead, 10 Who, out of so great a death, rescued us, and will rescue,—unto whom we have turned our hope, [that], even yet, he will rescue: 11 Ye also labouring together on our behalf, by your supplication, that, unto many persons, being due the gift of favour, unto us, through means of many, might thanks be given in our behalf. 12 For, our boasting, is, this,—the witness of our conscience, that, in sanctity and sincerity of God, [and] not in fleshly wisdom, but in God’s favour, have we behaved ourselves in the world,—and more abundantly towards you. 13 For, no other things, are we writing unto you, than what ye are either reading or even acknowledging,—I hope, moreover, that, throughout, ye will acknowledge, 14 According as ye have also acknowledged us, in part,—that, your theme of boasting, we are, even indeed as, ye, also [shall be], ours, in the day of our Lord Jesus. 15 And, in this confidence, I purposed, before, to come unto you,—in order that, a second joy, ye might have,— 16 And, by your means, to pass into Macedonia, and, again, from Macedonia, to come unto you, and, by you, be set forward unto Judea:— 17 This, then, being my purpose, perhaps, after all, with lightness, I dealt [with the matter] ? or, the things that I purpose, according to the flesh, I purpose,—that, with me, should be the Yea, yea, and the Nay, nay? 18 Faithful, however, is God, in that, our discourse, which was [delivered] unto you, is not Yea and Nay; 19 For, the Son of God, Christ Jesus—who, among you, through us, was proclaimed,—through me, and Silvanus, and Timothy, became not Yea and Nay,—but Yea, in him, hath it become; 20 For, how many soever be the promises of God, in him, is the Yea,—wherefore also, through him, [be] the Amen, unto God, for glory, through us. 21 Now, he that confirmeth us, together with you, for Christ, and hath anointed us, is God: 22 Who also hath sealed us, and given the earnest of the Spirit in our hearts. 23 But, I, call upon God, as a witness, against my own soul,—that, to spare you, not yet, have I come unto Corinth: 24 Not that we have lordship over your faith, but are, helpers, of your joy, for, by your faith, ye stand.
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15 And enmity, will I put between thee, and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed,—He shall crush thy head, but, thou, shalt crush his heel.
20 And blessed be GOD Most High, who hath delivered thine enemies into thy hand. So he gave unto him a tenth of all.
18 So shall all the nations of the earth bless themselves in thy seed,—Because thou didst hearken unto my voice.
10 The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, Nor the commanders staff a from between his feet,—Until that he come in as a Shiloh, And, his, be the obedience of the peoples:
14 And God said unto Moses, I Will Become whatsoever I please, And he said—Thus, shalt thou say to the sons of Israel, I Will Become hath sent me unto you.
14 Now, therefore, revere ye Yahweh, and serve him, in sincerity and in truth,—and put away the gods which your fathers served beyond the River, and in Egypt, and serve ye Yahweh.
4 So they gave him seventy pieces of silver, out of the house of Baal-berith,—and Abimelech hired therewith, loose and unstable men, and they followed him.
12 And Samuel took a certain stone, and set it between Mizpah and Yeshanah, and called the name thereof Eben-ezer,—and said, Hitherto, hath Yahweh helped us.
37 And David said, Yahweh, who hath rescued me out of the power of the lion, and out of the power of the bear, he, will rescue us out of the hand of this Philistine. Then said Saul unto David—Go! and, Yahweh, will be with thee.
3 But David sware yet further, and said—Thy father, doth know, that I have found favour in thine eyes, therefore saith he,—Do not let Jonathan know this, lest he grieve; but, indeed, by the life of Yahweh, and by the life of thine own soul, surely there is but as it were a step betwixt me and death!
1 And David said, unto his own heart, Now, shall I be swept off, in a single day, by the hand of Saul,—there is nothing for me better than that I, escape, into the land of the Philistines, so shall Saul give up seeking for me any more, in any of the bounds of Israel, so shall I escape out of his hand.
20 Only yesterday, camest thou, and, today, shall I let thee wander with us, on our journey, seeing that, I, am going, whithersoever I may? Return and take back thy brethren with thee, and may Yahweh deal with thee in lovingkindness and faithfulness.
18 Then, the spirit, clothed Amasai, chief of the thirty, Thine, O David, Yea, with, thee, O son of Jesse! Prosperity, prosperity to thee, And prosperity to thy helpers, For thy God, hath helped thee: So David accepted them, and set them among the chiefs of the band.
10 Therefore did David bless Yahweh in the eyes of all the convocation,—and David said, Blessed art thou, O Yahweh, the God of Israel our father, from age even unto age.
5 Then said the Levites—Jeshua and Kadmiel, Bani, Hashabneiah, Sherebiah, Hodiah, Shebaniah, Pethahiah, Stand up, bless Yahweh your God, from age to age,—Yea let them bless thy glorious Name, which is exalted above all blessing and praise.
21 and said—Naked came I forth from the womb of my mother, and naked must I return thither, Yahweh, gave, and, Yahweh, hath taken away,—The name of Yahweh be blessed!
17 Lo! how happy is the man whom God correcteth! Therefore, the chastening of the Almighty, do not thou refuse; 18 For, he, woundeth that he may bind up, He smiteth through, that, his own hands, may heal. 19 In six troubles, he will rescue thee, and, in seven, there shall smite thee no misfortune: 20 In famine, he will ransom thee from death, and in battle from the power of the sword; 21 During the scourge of the tongue, shalt thou be hid, neither shalt thou be afraid of destruction when it cometh; 22 At destruction and at hunger, shalt thou laugh, and, of the wild beast of the earth, be not thou afraid;
15 Lo! he may slay me, [yet], for him, will I wait,—Nevertheless, my ways—unto his face, will I show to be right:
1 A covenant, I solemnised for mine eyes,—How then could I gaze upon a virgin? 2 Or what would have been my portion of GOD from above? Or what inheritance of the Almighty from on high? 3 Is there not calamity, for the perverse? and misfortune, for the workers of iniquity? 4 Would, he, not see my ways? and of all my steps, take account? 5 Verily I walked not in falsity, nor did my foot haste unto deceit:— 6 Let him weigh me in balances of righteousness,—and let GOD take note of mine integrity! 7 If my goings have swerved from the way,—and, after mine eyes, hath gone my heart, and, to my hands, hath adhered any stain, 8 Let me sow but, another, eat. And let, what I have springing up, be uprooted! 9 If my heart hath been enticed unto a woman, or, by the door of my neighbour, I have lien in wait, 10 Let my wife, grind to another, and, over her, let others bend! 11 Surely that had been a shameful thing! and that an iniquity for the judges! 12 Surely, a fire, had that been, which, unto destruction, would have consumed, and, of all mine increase, had it torn up the root. 13 If I refused the right of my servant, or my handmaid, when they contended with me, 14 What then could I have done when GOD rose up? And, when he visited, what could I have answered him? 15 Did not he who, in the womb, made me, make him? And is not he who formed us in the body one? 16 If I withheld—from pleasure—the poor, or, the eyes of the widow, I dimmed; 17 Or, used to eat my morsel alone, so that the fatherless did not eat thereof; 18 Surely, from my youth, he grew up to me, as to a father, and, from my birth, I acted as guide to her: 19 If I saw one perishing for lack of clothing, or that the needy had no covering; 20 If his loins did not bless me, or if, with the fleece of my lambs, he did not warm himself; 21 If I shook—against the fatherless—my hand, when I saw, in the gate, his need of my help, 22 Let, my shoulder, from the shoulder-blade, fall, and, my arm, from the upper bone, be broken; 23 For, a dread unto me, was calamity from GOD, and, from his majesty, I could not escape. 24 If I made gold my stay, and, to precious metal, said, My confidence! 25 If I rejoiced because great was my substance, and, an abundance, my hand had discovered; 26 If I looked at the sun, when it flashed forth light, or at the moon, majestically marching along; 27 And befooled secretly was my heart, so that my hand kissed my mouth, 28 That too, had been a judicial iniquity, For I should have been false to GOD, above. 29 If rejoiced in the misfortune of him that hated me, or exulted when calamity found him;— 30 Neither did I suffer my palate to sin, by asking, with a curse, for his life: 31 If the men of my household have not said, Oh for some of his flesh—we cannot get filled, 32 Outside, the sojourner lodged not for the night, My doors—to the wayfarer, I threw open. 33 If I covered, like Adam, my transgressions, by hiding in my bosom mine iniquity, 34 Then let me be made to tremble at a great throng, yea let, the contempt of families, terrify me, so that, keeping silence, I shall not go out of the door! 35 Oh that I had one to hear me, Lo! my crossmark, May, the Almighty, answer me! And would that, a book, mine opponent had written! 36 Oh! would I not, upon my shoulder, lift it, or bind it as a crown upon me; 37 The number of my footsteps, I would declare to him, Like a noble, would I draw near to him. 38 If, against me, my ground used to cry out, and, together, my ridges did weep; 39 If, the strength thereof, I used to eat, without payment, and, the soul of the holders thereof, I made groan; 40 Instead of wheat, let there come forth bramble, and, instead of barley, a bad-smelling weed! Ended are the words of Job.
14 And, even I myself, will praise thee, in that thine own right hand can bring thee salvation.
7 Let me tell of a decree,—Yahweh, hath said unto me, My son, thou art, I, to-day, have begotten thee:
3 O Yahweh my God, If I have done this, If there hath been perversity in my hands: 4 If I have requited my friend with wrong,—or have oppressed mine adversary without need, 5 Let an enemy pursue my soul, and overtake it, that he may tread down, to the earth, my life,—and, mine honour—in the dust, he may cause to dwell. [Selah.]
46 Yahweh liveth and, blessed, be my Rock, yea, exalted, be the God of my salvation:
29 All the great ones of the earth, shall eat and bow down, Before him shall kneel, all that go down to the dust, Even he who had not kept alive, his own soul!
5 My sin, would I own unto thee, and, mine iniquity, not hide, I said, I will confess my transgressions unto Yahweh, And, thou, didst forgive the iniquity of my sin. [Selah.]
7 Thou, art a hiding-place for me, From distress, wilt thou preserve me,—With shouts of deliverance, wilt thou compass me about. [Selah.]
2 In Yahweh, boasteth my soul, The patient oppressed-ones shall hear and be glad. 3 Ascribe ye greatness unto Yahweh with me, and let us exalt his Name together. 4 I enquired of Yahweh, and he hath answered me, And, out of all my terrors, hath he rescued me. 5 They looked unto him and were radiant, And, as for their faces, let them not be abashed. 6 This, oppressed one cried, and, Yahweh, heard—and, out of all his distresses, saved him.
19 Many are the misfortunes of the righteous, But, out of them all, doth Yahweh rescue him.
17 All this, hath come upon us, Yet had we not forgotten thee, Neither had we dealt falsely with thy covenant; 18 Our heart had not drawn back, Nor had our goings swerved from thy path; 19 That thou shouldst have crushed us down in the place of wild dogs, And covered us over with a deadly shadow. 20 If we had forgotten the Name of our God, And had spread forth our hands unto the GOD of the foreigner, 21 Would not, God, have searched into this, Seeing that, he, knoweth the secrets of the heart?
7 Thou hast loved righteousness, and hated lawlessness,—For this cause, hath God, thine own God, anointed thee, With the oil of gladness, beyond thy partners.
16 Come! hearken—that I may recount, all ye reverers of God, What he hath done for my soul:—
17 May his Name he age-abiding, In the presence of the sun, let his Name flourish,—And may all the families of the ground bless themselves in him, All nations, pronounce him happy!
19 And blessed be his glorious Name, unto times ago-abiding,—And filled with his glory be all the earth, Amen and Amen!
5 For, thou, O My Lord, art good and forgiving, And abundant in lovingkindness, to all who call upon thee.
15 But, thou, O My Lord, art, A God of compassion and favour, Slow to anger, and abundant in lovingkindness a faithfulness.
17 Perform with me a token for good,—That they who hate me may see and be ashamed, In that, thou, Yahweh, hast helped me and comforted me.
5 But, of Zion, it shall be said—This man and that were born in her, And the Highest himself shall establish her.
4 Unto times age-abiding, will I establish thy seed, And will build up, unto generation after generation, thy throne. [Selah.]
16 When Yahweh, hath built up, Zion, Hath appeared in his glory;
26 He that trusteth his own heart, the same, is a dullard, but, he that walketh wisely, the same, shall be delivered.
14 Wherefore let My Lord Himself give you a sign,—Lo! a Virgin, being with child and giving birth to a son, thou wilt call his name Immanuel.
6 For, A Child, hath been born to us, A Son, hath been given to us, And the dominion is upon his shoulder,—And his Name hath been called Wonderful Counsellor, Mighty GOD, Father of Futurity, Prince of Prosperity. 7 Of the increase of dominion, and of prosperity, There shall be no end—Upon the throne of David and Upon his kingdom, By establishing it and By sustaining it, With justice and With righteousness,—From henceforth, Even unto times age-abiding: The jealousy of Yahweh of hosts, will perform this!
7 Of the increase of dominion, and of prosperity, There shall be no end—Upon the throne of David and Upon his kingdom, By establishing it and By sustaining it, With justice and With righteousness,—From henceforth, Even unto times age-abiding: The jealousy of Yahweh of hosts, will perform this!
1 Thou shalt say, therefore, in that day, I will praise thee, O Yahweh! Though thou hast been angry with me, Thine anger turneth back. And thou dost comfort me.
4 It may be, that Yahweh thy God will hear the words of Rabshakeh whom the king of Assyria his lord, hath sent to reproach a Living God, and will rebuke the words which Yahweh thy God hath heard,—Wherefore lift thou up a prayer, for the remnant that remaineth.
3 and said,—I beseech thee, O Yahweh, remember, I pray thee, how I have walked before thee in faithfulness and with an undivided heart, and, that which is good in thine eyes, have I done. And Hezekiah wept aloud.
1 Comfort ye—comfort ye my people,—Saith your God.
3 Hearken unto me O house of Jacob, Even all the remnant of the house of Israel,—Who have been borne from birth, Who have been carried from nativity:
8 Thus, saith Yahweh—In a time of acceptance, have I answered thee, In a day of salvation, have I helped thee,—That I may preserve thee And give thee as the covenant of a people, To establish the land, To bring into possession the desolate heritages;
10 They shall neither hunger, nor thirst, Nor shall smite them the glowing sand, or the glaring sun,—For, he that hath compassion upon them, will lead them, And unto springs of water, will he conduct them.
3 For Yahweh hath comforted Zion, He hath comforted all her waste places, And hath made her wilderness like Eden, And her waste plain like the garden of Yahweh,—Joy and gladness, shall be found in her, Thanksgiving, and the voice of melody.
12 I—I, am he that comforteth you,—Who art, thou, that thou hast feared Frail man that dieth, and A son of the earthborn, who, as grass, shall be delivered up?
9 Break forth, shout in triumph together, ye waste places of Jerusalem,—For Yahweh Hath comforted his people, Hath redeemed Jerusalem:
21 And as for me, this, shall be my covenant with them, Saith Yahweh: My spirit that is upon thee, And my words which I have put in thy mouth,—Shall not he taken out of thy mouth—Nor out of the mouth of thy seed. Nor out of the mouth of thy seeds seed, Saith Yahweh, From henceforth even unto times age-abiding.
1 The spirit of My Lord Yahweh, is upon me,—Because Yahweh Hath anointed me to tell good tidings to the oppressed, lath sent me to bind up the broken-hearted, To proclaim To captives, liberty, To them who are bound, the opening of the prison;
7 Neither give rest, unto him, Until he establish and until he set forth Jerusalem as a praise in the earth!
16 So that he who blesseth himself in the earth, Will bless himself in the God of faithfulness, And he who sweareth in the earth Will swear by the God of faithfulness—Because the former troubles have been forgotten, and Because they are hid from mine eyes.
12 For, thus, saith Yahweh,—Behold me! extending unto her like a river, prosperity, And as a torrent o’erflowing, the glory of the nations. That ye may draw it forth—Upon the side, shall ye be carried, and Upon the knees, shall ye be caressed: 13 As one whom, his mother, consoleth, So, will, I, console you, And in Jerusalem, shall ye be consoled. 14 As soon as ye have seen it, your heart, shall be joyful, And your bones, like green herbage, shall thrive,—So shall be known The hand of Yahweh with his servants, But indignation with his foes!
23 Thus, saith Yahweh Let not, the wise man, glory in his wisdom, Neither let, the mighty man, glory, in his might,—Let not, the rich man, glory in his riches; 24 But, in this, let the glorying one glory—In having intelligence and in knowing me, That, I, am Yahweh, Executing lovingkindness, justice, and righteousness in the earth,—That in these things, I delight Declareth Yahweh.
5 Thus, saith Yahweh Accursed is the man—Who trusteth in a son of earth, And hath made flesh his arm,—And whose heart from Yahweh, turneth aside: 6 Therefore shall he become as a shrub in the waste plain, Neither shall he perceive when good cometh, But shall inhabit Parched places in a wilderness, A land of salt that cannot he dwelt in. 7 Blessed is the man Who trusteth in Yahweh, To whom Yahweh is his ground of confidence;
32 Behold me! against such as prophesy the dreams of falsehood, Declareth Yahweh, who have related them and led astray my people, with their falsehoods and with their recklessness,—whereas, I, had not sent them nor commanded them, so that they could be of no, profit, to this people, Declareth Yahweh.
13 When I say of the righteous man He shall surely live but he hath trusted in his righteousness and committed perversity None of his righteous deeds shall be mentioned, But by his perversity which he hath committed—thereby, shall he die.
1 The hand of Yahweh I being upon me, he carried me forth in the spirit of Yahweh, and set me down in the midst of a plain,—and the same was full of bones; 2 and he caused me to pass near them. round about on every side,—and lo! they were very many on the face of the plain, and lo! they were very dry. 3 Then said he unto me, Son of man. Can these bones I live. And I said, My Lord, Yahweh, thou knowest! 4 Then said he unto me, Prophesy, over these bones,—and thou shalt say unto them, Ye bones so dry! hear ye the word of Yahweh! 5 Thus saith My Lord Yahweh, Unto these bones,— Lo! I am about to bring into you— spirit, and ye shall live; 6 Yea I will lay upon you—sinews, And bring up over you flesh. And cover over you—skin, And put in you—spirit And ye stall live, Then shall ye know that I, am Yahweh. 7 And when I prophesied as I was commanded, then was there a noise, as I prophesied and lo! a rattling, and the bones came near, each bone unto its own bone. 8 And when I looked, then lo! upon them were sinews, and flesh had come up, and there had spread over them skin above, but spirit, was there none within them. 9 Then said he unto me, Prophesy unto the spirit, Prophesy, Son of man. and thou shalt say unto the spirit. Thus saith My Lord Yahweh- From the four winds, come thou, O spirit, And breathe into these slain That they may live. 10 And when I prophesied as he commanded me, then came into them the spirit, and they lived and stood upon their feet, an exceeding great army. 11 Then said he unto me, Son of man. These bones, are all the house of Israel,— Lo! they are saying. Dried are our bones, and lost is our hope We are quite cut off! 12 Therefore prophesy and thou shalt say unto them Thus saith My Lord Yahweh, Lo I myself am going to open your graves And will cause you to come up out of your graves. O my people,— And will bring you upon the so of Israel. 13 So shall ye know that I, am Yahweh,— When I open your graves. And cause you to come up out of your graves O my people, 14 And I will put my spirit within you and ye shall live, And I will settle you upon your own soil, So shall ye know that I, Yahweh have spoken and have performed. Declareth Yahweh.
1 Nebuchadnezzar the king, unto all the peoples, the races and the tongues who are dwelling in all the earth, Let, your prosperity, abound!
34 And, at the end of the days, I, Nebuchadnezzar, mine eyes unto the heavens, did uplift, and, mine understanding, unto me, returned, and, the Most High, I blessed, and, to him that liveth age-abidingly, I rendered praise and honour,—whose dominion, is an age-abiding dominion, and, his kingdom, lasteth from generation to generation;
9 To the Lord our God, belong compassions, and forgivenesses,—for we have rebelled against him;
18 Who is a GOD like unto thee, taking away the iniquity—and passing over the transgression—of the remnant of his inheritance? He hath not held fast, perpetually, his anger, for, one who delighteth in lovingkindness, is he!
4 Her prophets, are reckless, treacherous men! her priests, have profaned the holy, done violence to law.
17 and lo! a voice out of the heavens,—saying, This, is my Son, the Beloved, in whom I delight.
37 But let your word be, Yea, yea,—Nay, nay; and, what goeth beyond these, is, of evil.
13 And bring us not into temptation, but rescue us from the evil one.
5 While yet he was speaking, lo! a brightly shining cloud, overshadowed them, and lo! a voice, out of the cloud, saying—This, is, my Son, the Beloved, in whom I delight,—Be hearkening to him.
35 The heaven and the earth, shall pass away, but, my words, shall, in nowise, pass away.
49 And begin to be striking his fellow-servants, and eating and drinking with the drunken,
63 But, Jesus, was silent. And, the High-priest, said unto him: I put thee on oath, by the Living God, that, to us, thou say—Whether, thou, art the Christ, the Son of God. 64 Jesus saith unto him: Thou, hast said; Moreover, I say unto you—Hereafter, ye will see the Son of Man, sitting on the right hand of power, and coming upon the clouds of heaven.
40 and saying—The man that taketh down the Temple and in three days buildeth it! Save, thyself! If thou art God’s, Son, come down from the cross.
54 Now, the centurion, and those with him watching Jesus, seeing the earthquake and the things coming to pass, were violently affrighted, saying—Truly, God’s Son, was, he!
1 Beginning of the glad-message of Jesus Christ.
35 And answering, the messenger said unto her—The Holy Spirit, shall come upon thee, and, the power of the Most High, shall overshadow thee; wherefore, even that which is to be born, Holy, shall be called, Son of God.
68 Blessed, be the Lord, the God of Israel! Because he hath visited and wrought redemption for his people, 69 And hath raised up a horn of salvation for us, In the house of David his servant: 70 According as he hath spoken by mouth of his holy ancient prophets,— 71 Of salvation from among our foes, and out of the hand of all them that hate us: 72 To perform mercy with our fathers, and to be mindful of his holy covenant,— 73 The oath which he sware unto Abraham our father, To grant us, 74 without fear, from the hand of enemies rescued, to be rendering divine service unto him,
14 Glory, in the highest, unto God! And, on earth, peace, among men of goodwill.
25 And lo! there was, a man, in Jerusalem, whose name, was Symeon; and, this man, was righteous and devout, awaiting the consolation of Israel, and Holy Spirit was upon him;
9 And he spake, even unto certain who were confident in themselves that they were righteous, and were despising the rest, this parable:—
17 Because, the law, through Moses, was given, favour and truth, through Jesus Christ, came into existence.
34 I, therefore, have seen, and borne witness—That, this, is, the, Son of God.
49 Nathanael answered him—Rabbi! thou, art, the Son of God: Thou, art, King, of Israel.
5 Jesus answered—Verily, verily, I say unto thee: Except one be born of water and spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God.
16 For God, so loved, the world, that, his Only Begotten Son, he gave,—that, whosoever believeth on him, might not perish, but have life age-abiding.
34 For, he whom God hath sent, the sayings of God, doth speak; for, not by measure, giveth he the Spirit. 35 The Father, loveth the Son, and, all things, hath given into his hand. 36 He that believeth on the Son, hath life age-abiding: whereas, he that yieldeth not unto the Son, shall not see life,—but, the anger of God, awaiteth him.
27 Be working, not for the food that perisheth, but for the food that endureth unto life age-abiding,—which, the Son of Man, unto you, will give; for upon, the same, hath the Father, even God, set his seal.
69 And, we, have believed, and come to know,—that, thou, art the Holy One of God.
28 Jesus, therefore, cried aloud in the temple, teaching, and saying—Both me, ye know, and ye know whence I am,—and yet, of myself, have I not come, but he is real, who sent me, whom, ye, know not.
15 Ye, according to the flesh, do judge: I, am judging no one.
26 Many things, have I, concerning you, to speak, and to judge; but, he who sent me, is, true, and, I, what things I heard from him, the same, speak I unto the world.
58 Jesus said unto them—Verily, verily, I say unto you: Before, Abraham, came into existence, I, am.
30 I and the Father, are, one.
6 Jesus saith unto him—I, am the way, and the truth, and the life: No one, cometh unto the Father, but through me.
16 And, I, will request the Father, and, Another Advocate, will he give unto you, that he may be with you age-abidingly,
18 I will not leave you bereft,—I am coming unto you.
26 But, the Advocate, The Holy Spirit, which the Father will send in my name, He, will teach you all things, and will put you in mind, of all things which, I, told you.
7 The Jews answered him—We, have, a law, and, according to the law, he ought to die, because, Son of God, himself, he made.
17 Jesus saith unto her—Be not detaining me, for, not yet, have I ascended unto the Father; but be going unto my disciples, and say unto them—I am ascending unto my Father and your Father, and my God and your God.
28 Thomas answered, and said unto him—My Lord, and my God!
31 but, these, are written, that ye may believe that, Jesus, is, the Christ, the Son of God; and that, believing, ye may have life in his name.
25 Ye, are the sons of the prophets, and of the covenant which God covenanted unto your fathers, saying unto Abraham—And, in thy seed, shall be blessed, all the families of the ground. 26 Unto you first, God—having raised up his Servant—hath sent him forth, ready to bless you, when ye are turning away, each one, from your wickednesses.
36 And, as they were journeying along the way, they came unto a certain water,—and the eunuch saith—Lo! water! What doth hinder my being immersed?
4 And, falling unto the earth, he heard a voice saying unto him—Saul! Saul! why, me, art thou persecuting?
20 And, straightway, in the synagogues, he began proclaiming Jesus, that, This, is the Son of God.
38 How God anointed him with Holy Spirit and with power, who went about doing good and healing all that were oppressed by the adversary, because, God, was with him.
5 Peter, therefore, was kept in the prison; but, prayer, was, earnestly, being made by the assembly, unto God, concerning him.
32 We, therefore, unto you, bring the good news, as to the promise which, unto our fathers, was made,— 33 That God hath fulfilled, the same, for our children, by raising up Jesus: as also, in the second psalm, it is written—My son, art, thou: I, this day, have begotten thee. 34 And, in that he raised him from among the dead, no more destined to return unto corruption, on this wise hath he spoken—I will give unto you the faithful lovingkindnesses of David. 35 Wherefore also, in a different [place], he saith—Thou wilt not give thy man of lovingkindness to see corruption. 36 For, David, indeed, unto his own generation having done service, by the counsel of God, fell asleep, and was added unto fathers, and saw corruption; 37 But, he whom God hath raised, did not see corruption. 38 Be it known unto you, therefore, brethren,—that, through this man, unto you, remission of sins is declared; 39 And, from all things from which ye could not, by the law of Moses, be justified, by this man, everyone that believeth, is justified.
22 Then, seemed it good unto the Apostles and the Elders with the whole Assembly to send chosen men from among them unto Antioch, with Paul and Barnabas,—even Judas who is called Barsabbas, and Silas, men taking a lead among the brethren:
1 And he came even unto Derbe, and unto Lystra; and lo! a certain disciple, was there, by name Timothy, son of a believing Jewish woman, but whose father was a Greek,—
1 After these things, withdrawing from Athens, he came unto Corinth; 2 and, finding a certain Jew, by name Aquila, of Pontus by birth,—lately come from Italy, and Priscilla his wife, because Claudius had ordered all the Jews to be leaving Rome, he came unto them, 3 and, because he was of the same craft, he abode with them, and wrought, for they were tent-makers by their trade. 4 And he began reasoning in the synagogue every sabbath, and was persuading both Jews and Greeks. 5 When, however, both Silas and Timothy had come down from Macedonia, Paul began to be urged on in the word, bearing full witness unto the Jews that, Jesus, was, the Christ.
5 When, however, both Silas and Timothy had come down from Macedonia, Paul began to be urged on in the word, bearing full witness unto the Jews that, Jesus, was, the Christ. 6 But, as they began opposing and defaming, shaking out his garments, he said unto them—Your blood, be upon your own head! Pure, am, I: henceforth, unto the nations, will I go. 7 And, removing from thence, he came into the house of a certain man by name Titius Justus, who worshipped God, whose house was adjoining unto the synagogue. 8 But, Crispus, the ruler of the synagogue, believed in the Lord, with all his house. And, many of the Corinthians, hearing, were believing, and being immersed. 9 And the Lord said by night, through means of a vision, unto Paul—Be not afraid! but be speaking,—and do not hold thy peace; 10 Inasmuch as, I, am with thee, and, no one, shall set upon thee to harm thee; inasmuch as I have much people in this city. 11 And he remained a year and six months, teaching among them the word of God. 12 But, when Gallio was proconsul of Achaia, the Jews, with one accord, set upon Paul, and led him unto the judgment-seat,
21 Now, when these things were fulfilled, Paul purposed in his spirit, going through Macedonia and Achaia, to be journeying unto Jerusalem, saying—After I have been there, Rome also, must I see! 22 And, sending off into Macedonia two of them that ministered unto him, Timothy and Erastus, he himself, held on awhile in Asia. 23 And there arose during that season no small disturbance concerning the Way. 24 For, one Demetrius by name, a silversmith, making [silver] shrines, of Diana, used to bring unto the craftsmen no little business; 25 gathering whom together, and them who in such things wrought, he said—Men! ye well know that, by this business, we have our prosperity; 26 and ye perceive and hear that, not only in Ephesus, but well-nigh in all Asia, this Paul, hath persuaded and turned away a considerable multitude, saying that they are, no gods, which, with hands, are made. 27 And, not only is there danger that this our heritage into ill-repute may come, but even that the temple, of the great Goddess Diana, for nothing, may be counted; also that, even on the point of being pulled down, may be Her Majesty, whom, all Asia and the habitable world, do worship. 28 Now, hearing this, and becoming full of wrath, they began crying aloud, saying—Great, is Diana of the Ephesians! 29 And the city was filled with the confusion; they rushed also with one accord into the theatre, carrying off with them Gaius and Aristarchus, Macedonians, fellow-travellers of Paul. 30 But, Paul, being minded to enter in among the populace, the disciples would not suffer him. 31 Moreover, certain of the Asiarchs also, being his friends, sending unto him, were beseeching him not to adventure himself into the theatre. 32 Others, indeed, were crying out something else; for the assembly had become confused, and, the greater part, knew not for what cause they had come together. 33 Howbeit, out of the multitude, they bare aloft one Alexander, the Jews thrusting him forward; Alexander, however, waving his hand, was wishing to make his defense unto the populace. 34 But, recognizing that he was a Jew, one voice arose from all for about two hours, as they cried aloud—Great, is Diana of the Ephesians! 35 Howbeit the town-clerk, having calmed the multitude, saith—Ephesians! why, who is there of mankind that doth not acknowledge the city of Ephesians to be temple-keeper of the Great Diana, and of the [image] that fell from Jupiter?
5 And, when it came to pass that we had completed the days, we went forth, and continued our journey, all of them accompanying us, with wives and children, as far as outside the city; and, kneeling down on the beach in prayer,
1 And Paul, looking steadfastly, at the High-council, said—Brethren! I, in all good conscience have used my citizenship for God until this day.
16 herein, even I, myself, am studying to have, an unoffending conscience, towards God and men, continually.
21 Because of these things, Jews seized me in the temple, and were attempting to slay me with their own hands.
7 Unto all that are in Rome, beloved of God, called saints, favour unto you, and peace, from God our Father and Lord Jesus Christ.
9 For God is, my witness,—unto whom I am rendering divine service in my spirit, in the glad message of his Son,—how incessantly, I am making mention of you
11 And, a sign, he received [namely] of circumcision, a seal of the righteousness of the faith which he had while yet uncircumcised; to the end he might be father of all that believe during uncircumcision, to the end [the same] righteousness might be reckoned unto them,—
17 Even as it is written—Father of many nations, have I appointed thee: before him whom he believed—God, who causeth the dead to live, and calleth the things that are not as things that are:— 18 Who, past hope, upon hope believed, so that he became father of many nations,—according to what had been said—So shall be thy seed;— 19 And, without becoming weak in his faith, he attentively considered his own body, already deadened—he being a hundred years old, the deadening also of Sarah’s womb; 20 In respect, however, of the promise of God, he was not led to hesitate by unbelief, but received power by his faith, giving glory unto God, 21 And being fully persuaded (that),—what he hath promised, able is he also to perform: 22 Wherefore [also], it was reckoned unto him as righteousness. 23 Now it was not written for his sake alone that it was reckoned unto him, 24 But for our sakes also—unto whom it is to be reckoned,—even unto them that believe upon him who raised Jesus our Lord from among the dead: 25 Who was delivered up on account of our offences and was raised on account of the declaring us righteous.
2 Through whom also we have had, our introduction, [by our faith] into this favour wherein we stand; and let us boast in hope of the glory of God. 3 And, not only so, but let us boast also in our tribulations; knowing that, our tribulation, worketh out endurance. 4 And, our endurance, a testing, and, our testing, hope, 5 And, our hope, putteth not to shame. Because, the love of God, hath been poured out in our hearts, through the Holy Spirit that hath been given unto us:
23 For, the wages of sin, is death; but, God’s gift of favour, is life age-abiding, in Christ Jesus our Lord.
9 But, ye, have not your being in flesh, but in spirit,—if at least, God’s Spirit, dwelleth in you; and, if anyone hath not Christ’s Spirit, the same, is not his;—
14 For, as many as by God’s Spirit are being led, the same, are God’s sons,— 15 For ye have not received a spirit of servitude, leading back into fear, but ye have received a spirit of sonship, whereby we are exclaiming—Abba! Oh Father! 16 The Spirit itself, beareth witness together with our spirit that we are children of God; 17 And, if children, heirs also—heirs, indeed, of God, but co-heirs with Christ,—if, at least, we are suffering together, in order that we may also be glorified together. 18 For I reckon that unworthy are the sufferings of the present season to be compared with the glory about to be revealed towards us;
23 And, not only so, but, we ourselves, also, who have the first-fruit of the Spirit—[we] even ourselves, within our own selves do sigh,—sonship ardently awaiting—the redeeming of our body;—
28 We know, further, that, unto them who love God, God causeth all things to work together for good,—unto them who, according to purpose, are such as he hath called;
1 Truth, say I, in Christ, I utter no falsehood,—my conscience bearing witness with me in the Holy Spirit,—
20 Well: by their want of faith, they have been broken out,—and, thou, by thy faith, dost stand!—Regard not lofty things, but be afraid;
25 For I wish not, ye should be ignorant, brethren, of this sacred secret, lest within yourselves ye be presumptuous, that, a hardening in part, hath befallen Israel, until, the full measure of the nations, shall come in;
36 Because, of him, and through him, and unto him, are all things:—unto him, be the glory, unto the ages. Amen!
5 Now may, the God of the endurance and of the encouragement, give you, the same thing, to be regarding amongst one another, according to Christ Jesus; 6 In order that, with one accord, with one mouth, ye maybe glorifying the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. 7 Wherefore receive ye one another, even as, Christ also, hath received us unto the glory of God:— 8 For I affirm Christ to have become a minister of circumcision in behalf of the truth of God,—to confirm the promises of the fathers, 9 And that, the nations, for mercy should glorify God:—even as it is written—For this cause, will I openly confess unto thee among nations, and, unto thy name, will strike the strings;
26 For Macedonia and Achaia have been well-pleased to make a certain fellowship for the destitute of the saints who are in Jerusalem,—
29 And know that, when I come unto you, in the fullness of the blessing of Christ, I shall come. 30 I beseech you, moreover, [brethren], through our Lord Jesus Christ, and through the love of the Spirit, to strive together with me in your prayers on my behalf unto God,— 31 In order that I may be delivered from them who do not yield in Judaea, and, my ministry which is unto Jerusalem, may prove to be acceptable unto the saints;
5 [Salute] also the assembly at their house. Salute ye Epaenetus, my beloved, who is a first-fruit of Asia unto Christ.
18 For, they who are such, unto our Lord Christ are not doing service, but unto their own belly,—and, through their smooth and flattering speech, deceive the hearts of the innocent. 19 For, your obedience, unto all hath reached,—over you, therefore, I rejoice! But I wish you—to be wise, [indeed], as to that which is good, yet pure, as to that which is evil.
21 There salute you—Timothy, my fellow-worker, and Lucius, and Jason, and Sosipater, my kinsmen.
25 Now, unto him who hath power to establish you, according to my glad-message—even the proclamation of Jesus Christ, according to the revelation of a sacred secret, in age-past times kept silent,
1 Paul, a called apostle of Jesus Christ, through God’s will,—and Sosthenes the brother,— 2 Unto the assembly of God which is in Corinth, sanctified in Christ Jesus, called saints,—with all who call upon the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, in every place,—their Lord and ours: 3 Favour unto you, and peace, from God our Father, and Lord Jesus Christ.
13 Which we also speak—not in words taught of human wisdom, but in such as are taught of [the] Spirit, by spiritual words, spiritual things, explaining.
5 What then is Apollos? and, what is Paul? ministers through whom ye believed, and, each, as the Lord, gave to him.
4 For, of nothing, to myself, am I conscious: nevertheless, not hereby, am I declared righteous, but, he that doth examine me, is the Lord.
8 Already, ye have become full, already, ye are become rich,—apart from us, ye are become kings! And I would indeed ye had become kings, that, we also, with you, might have together become kings!
10 We, are foolish for Christ’s sake, but, ye, prudent in Christ; we are weak, but, ye, mighty; ye, all-glorious, but, we, dishonoured. 11 Until the present hour, we both hunger and thirst, and are naked, and are buffeted, and are wanderers, 12 And toil, working with our own hands: being reviled, we bless, being persecuted, we hold on, 13 Being defamed, we beseech: as the sweepings of the world have we become, the offscouring of all—until even now.
19 Howbeit, I will come quickly unto you,—if, the Lord, please,—and will get to know—not the speech of them who are puffed up, but, the power;
21 What will ye? that, with a rod, I should come unto you? or, with love, and a spirit of meekness?
5 To deliver such a one as this, unto Satan, for the destruction of the flesh,—that, the spirit, may be saved in the day of the Lord.
8 So then, let us be keeping the feast, not with old leaven, nor with leaven of baseness and wickedness,—but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth.
11 And, these things, were some of you; but ye bathed them away,—but ye were sanctified, but ye were justified, in the name of [our] Lord Jesus Christ, and in the Spirit of our God.
13 Trial, hath not taken you, save such as man can bear; faithful, moreover is God, who will not suffer you to be tried above what ye are able, but will make, with the trial, also the way of escape, that ye may be able to hold out.
32 Give no occasion of stumbling—whether to Jews, or to Greeks, or to the assembly of God:
18 For, first of all,—when ye come together in assembly, I hear that divisions among you exist,—and, in part, I believe it;
34 If anyone be hungry, at home, let him eat, lest, unto judgment, ye be coming together. And, the remaining things, whensoever I come, I will set in order.
16 Else, if thou be blessing in a spirit, he that filleth up the place of the ungifted person, how shall he say the Amen upon thy thanksgiving? since indeed, what thou art saying, he knoweth not;
1 Moreover, brethren, I make known unto you The joyful message, which I myself announced to you, which also ye received, in which also ye stand;
10 But, by favour of God, I am what I am, and, his favour, which was unto me, hath not been made void,—but, much more abundantly than they all, have I toiled, albeit not, I, but the favour of God with me.
5 Now I will come unto you, as soon as I have passed through Macedonia,—for I do pass through Macedonia, 6 And, with you, I may perhaps sojourn, or winter, that, ye, may set me forward, whithersoever I may be journeying. 7 For I do not wish to see you, just now, by the way; for I hope to remain, some time, with you,—if, the Lord, permit.
15 Now I beseech you, brethren,—ye know the house of Stephanas, that it is a first-fruit of Achaia, and, for the purpose of ministering, they devoted themselves, unto the saints—
4 Who encourageth us in all our tribulation, to the end we may be able to encourage them who are in any tribulation—through means of the encouragement wherewith we, ourselves, are encouraged by God. 5 Because, even as the sufferings of the Christ overflow unto us, so, through the Christ, overfloweth, our encouragement also. 6 But, whether we are in tribulation, it is for your encouragement and salvation; whether we are encouraged, it is for your encouragement, which worketh inwardly by the endurance of the same sufferings which, we also, suffer;—
12 For, our boasting, is, this,—the witness of our conscience, that, in sanctity and sincerity of God, [and] not in fleshly wisdom, but in God’s favour, have we behaved ourselves in the world,—and more abundantly towards you.
14 According as ye have also acknowledged us, in part,—that, your theme of boasting, we are, even indeed as, ye, also [shall be], ours, in the day of our Lord Jesus.
17 This, then, being my purpose, perhaps, after all, with lightness, I dealt [with the matter] ? or, the things that I purpose, according to the flesh, I purpose,—that, with me, should be the Yea, yea, and the Nay, nay? 18 Faithful, however, is God, in that, our discourse, which was [delivered] unto you, is not Yea and Nay;
18 Faithful, however, is God, in that, our discourse, which was [delivered] unto you, is not Yea and Nay; 19 For, the Son of God, Christ Jesus—who, among you, through us, was proclaimed,—through me, and Silvanus, and Timothy, became not Yea and Nay,—but Yea, in him, hath it become; 20 For, how many soever be the promises of God, in him, is the Yea,—wherefore also, through him, [be] the Amen, unto God, for glory, through us.
23 But, I, call upon God, as a witness, against my own soul,—that, to spare you, not yet, have I come unto Corinth:
1 For I have determined, unto myself, this—not, again, in grief, to come unto you. 2 For, if, I, grieve you, who then is he that is to gladden me,—save he who is being grieved through me; 3 And I wrote this very thing—lest, if I came, I should have, grief, from those over whom I had need to rejoice,—having confidence in you all, that, my joy, is the joy, of you all.
5 Now, if anyone hath caused grief, not unto me hath he caused grief, but—that I may not bear too heavily—unto you all.
17 For we are not, as the many, driving a petty trade with the word of God; but, as of sincerity, but, as of God, before God, in Christ, we speak.
5 Not that, of our own selves, sufficient, are we, to reckon anything as of ourselves, but, our sufficiency, is of God;—
2 But have renounced the hidden things of shame, not walking in craftiness, nor handling the word of God deceitfully,—but, by the manifestation of the truth, commending ourselves unto every conscience of men, in the sight of God.
5 For, not ourselves, do we proclaim, but Christ Jesus, as Lord, and, ourselves, as your servants for Jesus’ sake. 6 Because, the God who said—Out of darkness, light shall shine! [is he] who hath shone in our hearts, in proportion to the radiance of the glorious knowledge of God, in the face of Christ. 7 Howbeit we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that, the surpassing greatness of the power, may be of God, and not from ourselves:—
7 Howbeit we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that, the surpassing greatness of the power, may be of God, and not from ourselves:— 8 On every side, pressed hard, but not hemmed in, without a way, but not without a by-way, 9 Pursued, but not abandoned, thrown down, but not destroyed;— 10 At all times, the putting to death of Jesus, in our body, bearing about, in order that, the life also of Jesus, in our body, may be made manifest;
10 At all times, the putting to death of Jesus, in our body, bearing about, in order that, the life also of Jesus, in our body, may be made manifest; 11 For, evermore, we, the living, unto death are being delivered, for Jesus’ sake, in order that, the life also of Jesus, may be made manifest in our mortal flesh:
11 For, evermore, we, the living, unto death are being delivered, for Jesus’ sake, in order that, the life also of Jesus, may be made manifest in our mortal flesh: 12 So that, his death, in us, doth energise, but, his life, in you. 13 Howbeit, seeing that we have the same spirit of faith, according to that which is written—I believed, therefore I spake, we, also believe, therefore also we speak: 14 Knowing that, he who raised up [the Lord] Jesus, will raise up, us also, together with Jesus, and will present [us] together with you. 15 For, all things, are for your sakes, in order that, the favour abounding, may, through means of the greater number, cause, the thanksgiving, to superabound unto the glory of God.
15 For, all things, are for your sakes, in order that, the favour abounding, may, through means of the greater number, cause, the thanksgiving, to superabound unto the glory of God. 16 Wherefore we faint not, but, even if, our outer man, is decaying, nevertheless, our inner [man], is renewing day by day. 17 For, the momentary lightness of thee tribulation, in a manner yet more and more excelling, is working out for us, an age-abiding weight of glory,— 18 So long as we are not looking out for the visible things, but for the invisible; for, the visible things, are temporary, whereas, the invisible, are age-abiding.
5 Now, he that hath wrought us for this very thing, is, God,—who hath given unto us the earnest of the Spirit,
7 By faith, are we walking, not by sight;—
11 Knowing, then, the fear of the Lord, we persuade, men, but, unto God, are manifest,—I hope, moreover, even in your consciences, that we are manifest: 12 Not again, ourselves, do we commend unto you, but as though an occasion we were giving unto you—something to boast of, in our behalf; that ye may have something suited unto them who, in appearance, are boasting, and not in heart.
1 As co-workers, however, we also beseech, that, not in vain, the favour of God, ye welcome;
6 But, he who encourageth them that are brought low, encouraged us,—even God,—by the presence of Titus. 7 Not, however, by his presence alone, but also by the encouragement wherewith he had been encouraged over you: recounting unto us your earnest desire, your lamentation, your zeal in my behalf. So that I the more rejoiced.
9 Now, am I rejoicing,—not that ye were grieved, but that ye were grieved unto repentance; for ye were grieved according to God, in order that, in nothing, should ye receive damage from us.
13 For this cause, have we received encouragement. In addition to our encouragement, however, much more abundantly, have we rejoiced over the joy of Titus,—that his spirit hath received refreshment from you all,
8 Not by way of injunction, do I speak, but through, others’, earnestness, and, the genuineness of your own love, putting to the test.
2 For I know your forwardness of mind—of which, in your behalf, I am boasting unto Macedonians, that, Achaia, hath been prepared for a year past,—and, your zeal, hath stirred up the greater number of them.
11 In every thing, being enriched, unto every kind of liberality,—which, indeed, worketh out, through us, thanksgiving unto God; 12 Because, the ministry of this public service, is not only towards filling up the deficiencies of the saints, but also superabounding, through the thanksgiving of many, unto God,—
14 Themselves also, with supplication on your behalf, longing after you, by reason of the surpassing favour of God [resting] upon you:—
2 I entreat, however, that, when present, I may not be bold with the assurance wherewith I think to be daring against some who account of us as though, according to flesh, we were walking,—
2 I entreat, however, that, when present, I may not be bold with the assurance wherewith I think to be daring against some who account of us as though, according to flesh, we were walking,—
6 And when we hold ourselves, in readiness, to avenge all disobedience, as soon as your obedience shall be fulfilled! 7 The things that lie on the surface, ye are looking at:—if anyone hath come to trust in himself that he is, Christ’s, this, let him reckon, again, with himself—that, even as, he, is Christ’s, so, also are, we. 8 Yea, if, somewhat more abundantly, I should boast concerning our authority—which the Lord hath given for building up and not for pulling you down, I shall not be put to shame,— 9 That I may not seem as though I would be terrifying you through means of my letters; 10 Because, The letters, it is true (saith one), are weighty and strong, but, the presence of the body, is weak, and, the discourse, contemptible;— 11 This, let such a one reckon—that, what we are, in our word, through means of letters, being absent, such, also, being present, are we, in our deed.
3 But I fear lest, by any means, as, the serpent, completely deceived Eve, in his craftiness, your minds should be corrupted from the singleness [and the chasteness] which are [due] unto the Christ.
23 Ministers of Christ, are they? As one deranged I am talking, I, above measure!—in toils, superabundantly, in prisons, superabundantly, in stripes, to excess, in deaths, oft,— 24 From Jews, five times, forty-save-one, have I received, 25 Thrice, have I been beaten with rods, once, have I been stoned, thrice, have I been shipwrecked, a day and night, in the deep, have I spent; 26 In journeyings oft, in perils of rivers, in perils of robbers, in perils from my own race, in perils from Gentiles, in perils in the city, in perils in the desert, in perils by the sea, in perils among false brethren, 27 in toil and hardship, in watchings, oft, in hunger and thirst, in fasting, oft, in cold and nakedness:— 28 Apart from the things without, my daily care,—my anxiety for all the assemblies;— 29 Who is weak, and I am not weak? Who is caused to stumble, and, I, am not burning? 30 If, to boast, is needful, in the things that concern my weakness, will I boast. 31 The God and Father of our Lord Jesus, knoweth—He who is blessed unto the ages—that I am not speaking falsely:
7 Wherefore, lest I should be unduly lifted up, there was given to me a thorn o in the flesh, a messenger of Satan, that he might buffet me,—lest I should be unduly lifted up. 8 In this behalf, thrice, besought I, the Lord, that it might depart from me; 9 And at once he said unto me—Sufficient for thee, is my favour, for, my power, in weakness, is made complete. Most gladly, therefore, will I rather boast in my weaknesses, that the power of Christ may spread a tent over me. 10 Wherefore, I take pleasure in weaknesses, in insults, in necessities, in persecutions, and straits, in behalf of Christ; for, as soon as I am weak, then, am powerful.
15 And, I, most gladly, will spend, and be fully spent, for your souls:—If I, exceedingly, love you, am I, the less, loved?
15 And, I, most gladly, will spend, and be fully spent, for your souls:—If I, exceedingly, love you, am I, the less, loved? 16 But let it be!—I, myself, did not burden you,—Notwithstanding, being crafty, with guile, I caught you? 17 Was there, anyone of those whom I have sent unto you, through whom I have overreached you? 18 I exhorted Titus, and sent with him the brother,—Did, Titus, overreach you? Was it not, in the same spirit, we walked? Was it not, in the same steps? 19 All this time, think ye, that, unto you, we are making a defence? Before God in Christ, we speak;—but all these things, beloved, for your upbuilding. 20 For I fear—lest, by any means, when I come, not such as I wish, should I find you, and, I, should be found by you, such as ye do not wish;—lest, by any means, [I should find] strife, jealousy, outbursts of wrath, factions, railings, whisperings, puffed up pretensions, confusions;—
2 I have said beforehand, and do say beforehand,—as present the second time, although now absent, unto them who before sinned, and unto all the rest,—that, if I come again, I will not spare.
6 I hope, however, that ye shall come to know, that, we, fail not in the testing!
10 For this cause, these things, while absent, am I writing, that I may not, when present, deal sharply—according to the authority which, the Lord, hath given me, for building up and not for pulling down.
1 Paul, an apostle,—not from men, nor through man, but through Jesus Christ, and God the Father who raised him from among the dead,
16 to reveal his Son in me, that I might announce the glad-message regarding him among the nations, straightway, I conferred not with flesh and blood,
20 Now, as touching the things which I am writing to you, lo! before God, I am not guilty of falsehood:—
2 And I went up by revelation, and laid before them the glad-message which I proclaim among the nations; privately, however, to them of repute,—lest, by any means, in vain, I should be running, or had run.
16 Now, unto Abraham, were spoken the promises—and unto his seed;—He saith not—and unto thy seeds, as of many, but, as of one—and unto thy seed, which is Christ: 17 And, this, I say—a covenant previously confirmed by God, the law which, after four hundred and thirty years, hath been brought into being, doth not annul, so as to do away with the promise. 18 For, if, by law, is the inheritance, it is, no longer, by promise; but, unto Abraham, through promise, hath God favoured it.
22 But the Scripture, did shut up, all things, under sin, that, the promise by faith in Jesus Christ, might be given to them who have faith,
4 But, his own work, let each one be putting to the proof, and, then, for himself alone, the matter of boasting, shall he have, and not for some other,
16 And, as many as, by this rule, shall walk, peace be upon them, and mercy, and upon the Israel of God.
1 Paul, an apostle of Christ Jesus, through God’s will, unto the saints who are [in Ephesus] and faithful in Christ Jesus,—
3 Blessed, be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who hath blessed us with every spiritual blessing, in the heavenlies, in Christ,
6 Unto the praise of the glory of his favour wherewith he favoured us in the Beloved One,—
12 That we should be for the praise of his glory—we who had hoped beforehand in the Christ,— 13 In whom, ye also—hearing the word of the truth, the glad-message of your salvation,—in whom also believing,—were sealed with the Spirit of the promise, the Holy [Spirit], 14 Which is an earnest of our inheritance, unto the redemption of the acquisition;—unto his glorious praise.
17 That, the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, would give you a Spirit of wisdom and understanding in gaining a personal knowledge of him,—
7 That he might point out, in the oncoming ages, the surpassing riches of his favour in graciousness upon us, in Christ Jesus;
8 Unto me—the less than least of all saints, was given this favour, unto the nations, to announce the glad-message of the untraceable riches of the Christ, 9 And to bring to light—what is the administration of the sacred secret which had been hidden away from the ages in God, who did all things create: 10 In order that now, unto the principalities and the authorities in the heavenlies, might be made known, through means of the assembly, the manifold wisdom of God,—
13 Wherefore I request, that there be no fainting in my tribulations in your behalf, the which is your glory;—
30 And be not grieving the Holy Spirit of God, wherewith ye have been sealed unto a day of redemption;
14 Stand therefore,—having girded your loins with truth, and put on the breastplate of righteousness,
14 Stand therefore,—having girded your loins with truth, and put on the breastplate of righteousness, 15 And shod your feet with the readiness of the glad-message of peace; 16 With all, having taken up the shield of faith, wherewith ye shall have power, all the ignited darts of the wicked one, to quench;
18 With all prayer and supplication, praying in every season, in spirit, and, thereunto, watching, with all perseverance and supplication, for all the saints,— 19 And on behalf of me;—that, unto me, may be given discourse in the opening of my mouth, with freedom of utterance, to make known the sacred secret [of the glad-message]
23 Peace unto the brethren, and love with faith,—from God our Father, and Lord Jesus Christ.
6 Being persuaded of this very thing—that, he who hath begun in you a good work, will perfect it, until the day of Jesus Christ;
6 Being persuaded of this very thing—that, he who hath begun in you a good work, will perfect it, until the day of Jesus Christ; 7 According as it is right in me to have this regard in behalf of you all,—because ye have had me in your hearts, both in my bonds and in the defence and confirmation of the glad-message, all of you being, joint partakers of my favour. 8 For God is, my witness, how I long for you all in the tender affections of Christ Jesus.
10 To the end ye may be putting to the test the things that differ, in order that ye may be incorrupt and may give no occasion of stumbling, unto the day of Christ,
14 And [so that], the most of the brethren in the Lord, assured by my bonds, are becoming more abundantly bold to be fearlessly speaking the word of God:—
19 For I know that, this, shall turn unto me for salvation—through your supplication, and the supply of the Spirit of Jesus Christ,— 20 According to my eager outlook and hope, that, in nothing, shall I be put to shame, but, with all freedom of speech, as always, now also, shall Christ be magnified in my body, whether through means of life, or of death.
26 In order that, your matter of boasting, may be more abundant in Christ Jesus, regarding me, through my own presence again with you.
1 If there be, therefore, any encouragement in Christ, if any comfort of love, if any fellowship of spirit, if any tender affections and compassions,
11 And, every tongue, might openly confess—that Jesus Christ is, Lord, unto the glory of God the Father.
16 A word of light, holding forth,—as a matter of boasting unto me, for the day of Christ,—that, not in vain, I ran, nor, in vain, I toiled:—
19 I am hoping, however, in the Lord Jesus—Timothy, shortly, to send unto you, in order that, I also, may be of cheerful soul, when I have ascertained the things that concern you. 20 For, no one, have I, of equal soul, who, genuinely, as to the things that concern you, will be anxious; 21 For, they all, their own things, do seek, not the things of Christ Jesus; 22 But, of the proof of him, be taking note,—that, as child, with father, with me, hath he done service for the glad-message;
10 To get to know him, and the power of his resurrection and fellowship of his sufferings, becoming conformed unto his death,—
1 So then, my brethren, beloved and longed for, my joy and crown,—thus, stand fast in the Lord, beloved.
2 Unto the holy and faithful brethren in Christ that are, in Colosse, favour unto you, and peace, from our God and Father.
24 Now, am I rejoicing in the sufferings on your behalf, and am filling up the things that lack of the tribulations of the Christ, in my flesh, in behalf of his body, which is the assembly,
27 Unto whom God hath been pleased to make known what is the glorious wealth of this sacred secret among the nations, which is Christ in you, the hope of the glory,—
7 Rooted, and being built up, in him, and making yourselves sure in your faith, even as ye have been taught,—surpassing therein with thanksgiving.
3 Praying, at the same time, for us also,—that, God, would open unto us a door for the word, so that we may speak the sacred secret of the Christ—for the sake of which also I am in bonds,
1 Paul and Silvanus and Timothy—unto the assembly of Thessalonians in God our Father and Lord Jesus Christ,—favour unto you, and peace!
7 So that ye became an ensample unto all who were coming to the faith, in Macedonia and in Achaia: 8 From you, in fact, hath sounded forth the word of the Lord—not only m Macedonia and in Achaia, but, in every place, your faith which is toward God, hath gone forth, so that, no need, have we to be saying anything;
5 For neither at any time were we found, using words of flattery,—even as ye know, nor a pretext for greed—God, is witness!
10 Ye, are witnesses—God also, how kindly and righteously and blamelessly, unto you who were believing, we were found to behave;
13 To the end he may confirms your hearts, faultless in holiness, before our God and Father, in the Presence of our Lord Jesus with all his saints.
18 So then, be consoling one another with these words.
11 Wherefore be consoling one another, and building up, each the other,—even as ye are also doing.
23 But, the God of peace himself, hallow you completely, and, entire, might your spirit, and soul, and body,—[so as to be] unblameable in the Presence of our Lord Jesus Christ,—be preserved!
25 Brethren! be praying for us [also].
4 So that, we ourselves, in you, are boasting, in the assemblies of God, over your endurance and faith in all your persecutions and tribulations which ye are sustaining:— 5 A proof of the righteous judgment of God, to the end ye may be counted worthy of the kingdom of God, in behalf of which ye are also suffering:— 6 If, at least, it is a, righteous thing with God, to recompense, affliction, unto them that afflict you, 7 And, unto you that are afflicted, release, with us,—by the revealing of the Lord Jesus from heaven, with his messengers of power,
10 Whensoever he shall come, to be made all-glorious in his saints, and to be marvelled at in all who believed,—because our witness unto you was believed,—in that day.
8 And, then, shall be revealed the lawless one,—whom, the Lord [Jesus], will slay with the Spirit of his mouth, and paralyse with the forthshining of his Presence:—
17 Console your hearts, and confirm you in every good work and word!
1 For the rest, brethren, be praying for us,—that, the word of the Lord, may be running, and gaining glory, according as [it did] even with you;
3 Faithful, is the Lord,—who will confirm you, and guard you from the wicked one:
1 Paul, an apostle of Christ Jesus—by injunction of God our Saviour and Christ Jesus our hope,—
5 Now, the end of the charge, is love—out of a pure heart, and a good conscience, and faith unfeigned,—
20 Of whom are Hymenaeus and Alexander; whom I have delivered unto Satan, that they may be taught by discipline not to be defaming.
10 For, to this end, are we toiling and contending, because we have set our hope on a Living God, Who is Saviour of all men—specially, of such as believe.
1 Paul, an apostle of Christ Jesus, through the will of God,—according to the promise of life in Christ Jesus;—
10 For this cause, am I enduring, all things, for the sake of the chosen, in order that, they also, may obtain, the salvation, which is in Christ Jesus along with glory age-abiding.
12 If we endure, we shall also reign together; If we shall deny, he also, will deny us,
19 Howbeit, the firm foundation of God, standeth, having this seal—The Lord hath acknowledged them who are his, and, Let every one that nameth the name of the Lord stand aloof from unrighteousness.
24 And, a servant of the Lord, ought not to strive, but to be, gentle, towards all, apt in teaching, ready to endure malice,— 25 In meekness, bringing under discipline them that oppose themselves, lest at any time God should give them repentance unto a personal knowledge of truth, 26 And they should wake up to sobriety out of, the adversary’s, snare,—though they have been taken alive by him for, that one’s, will.
17 But, the Lord, stood by me, and empowered me, in order that, through me, the proclamation, might be fully made, and, all the nations, might hear; and I was delivered out of the mouth of a lion:—
1 Paul, a servant of God—an apostle moreover of Jesus Christ,—according to the faith of the chosen ones of God, and the personal knowledge of the truth that is according to godliness,—
7 In all things, shewing, thyself, an ensample of noble works,—in thine instruction, uncorruptness, gravity,
3 Favour unto you, and peace, from God our Father, and Lord Jesus Christ.
6 To the end that, the fellowship of thy faith, may become, energetic, by a personal knowledge of every good thing that is in us towards Christ;
22 At the same time, moreover, be also getting ready for me, a lodging; for I am hoping that, through your prayers, I shall be granted as a favour unto you.
11 They, shall perish, but, thou, abidest still, and, all, as a mantle, shall be worn out,
12 In order that, not slothful, ye may become, but imitators of them who, through faith and patience, were becoming heirs of the promises. 13 For, when to Abraham God made promise, seeing he had no one greater by whom to swear, He sware, by himself,— 14 saying—Truly, if blessing I will bless thee, and, multiplying, I will multiply thee; 15 And, thus, being patient, he attained unto the promise. 16 For, men, by the greater one, swear, and, with them, an end of all gainsaying by way of confirmation is, the oath: 17 Wherein God, being, more abundantly disposed to shew forth unto the heirs of the promise the unchangeableness of his counsel, mediated, with an oath,— 18 In order that, through means of two unchangeable things, in which it was impossible for God to make himself false, a mighty consolation, we might have, who have fled along to grasp, the fore-lying hope, 19 Which we have, as an anchor of the soul, both secure and firm, and entering into the interior of the veil:
6 But, he who deriveth not his pedigree from among them, hath taken tithes of Abraham. And, the holder of the promises, hath he blessed.
10 Only as to eatings, and drinkings, and diversified immersions,—righteous-appointments of the flesh, which, until a season of rectifying, are in force. 11 But, when Christ approached, as high-priest of the coming good things, through the greater and more perfect tent, not made by hand, that is, not of this creation,— 12 Nor yet through blood of goats and calves, but through his own blood he entered once for all into the Holy place, age-abiding redemption discovering. 13 For if the blood of goats and bulls, and the ashes of a heifer sprinkling the profaned, halloweth unto the purity of the flesh, 14 How much rather shall the blood of the Christ, who through an age-abiding spirit offered himself unspotted unto God, purify our conscience from dead works, to the rendering of divine-service, unto a Living God? 15 And, for this cause, of a new covenant, is he mediator,—to the end that, death coming to pass for the redemption of the transgressions against the first covenant, the called might receive the promise of the age-abiding inheritance;
13 In faith, all these died—not bearing away the promises, but, from afar, beholding and saluting them, and confessing that, strangers and sojourners, were they upon the land.
19 Accounting that, even from among the dead, God, was able, to raise [him],—whence, even in similitude, he bare him away.
10 For, they, indeed, for a few days, according to that which seemed good to them, were administering discipline; but, he, unto that which is profitable, with view to our partaking of his holiness: 11 But, no discipline, for the present, indeed, seemeth to be of joy, but of sorrow: afterwards, however—to them who thereby have been trained, it yieldeth peaceful fruit, of righteousness. 12 Wherefore, the slackened hands and paralysed knees, restore ye,
8 Jesus Christ, yesterday, and to-day, is the same,—and unto the ages.
18 Be praying for us; for we persuade ourselves that an honourable conscience have we, in all things honourably, desiring to behave ourselves.
23 Know ye that our brother Timothy hath been set at liberty,—with whom, if more speedily he be coming, I will see you.
12 Happy the man who endureth temptation! Because, becoming approved, he shall receive the crown of life—which he hath promised unto them that love him.
13 Who is wise and well-instructed-among you? Let him show, out of his comely behaviour, his works, in meekness of wisdom. 14 But, if, bitter jealousy, ye have, and rivalry, in your hearts; be not boasting and showing yourselves false against the truth! 15 This wisdom is not one, from above, coming down, but is earthly, born of the soul, demoniacal! 16 For, where jealousy and rivalry are, there, are anarchy and every ignoble deed. 17 But, the wisdom from above, is—first pure, then peaceable, reasonable, easy to be entreated, fraught with mercy and good fruits, without partiality, without hypocrisy. 18 And, in harvest of righteousness, with peace, is sown by them that make peace.
6 Howbeit he giveth, greater, favour. Wherefore it saith—God, against the haughty, arrayeth himself, Whereas, unto the lowly, he giveth favour.
12 But, before all things, my brethren, do not swear,—either by heaven, or by the earth, or by any other oath; but let your Yea be yea, and your Nay nay,—lest, under judgment, ye fall.
16 Be openly confessing, therefore, one to another, your sins, and be praying in each other’s behalf,—that ye may be healed. Much availeth, the supplication of a righteous man, when it is energised: 17 Elijah, was, a man, affected like us; and he earnestly prayed that there might be no moisture, and there was no moisture on the land, for three years and six months,— 18 And, again, he prayed, and, the heaven, gave, rain, and, the land, shot up her fruit.
3 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, Who, according to his great mercy, hath regenerated us unto a living hope, through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from among the dead,
12 Unto whom it was revealed—that, Not unto themselves, but unto us, they were ministering them, which things have, now, been announced unto you through them who have told you the good tidings with Holy Spirit sent forth from heaven: into which things messengers are coveting to obtain a nearer view.
16 Having, a good conscience, in order that, wherein they speak against you, they may be put to shame who cast wanton insult on, your good behaviour in Christ.
21 Which [water] in manner corresponding, doth, now, save, you also—even immersion,—not a putting away of the filth of the flesh, but the request unto God, for a good conscience, through the resurrection of Jesus Christ,—
3 Nor yet as lording it over the allotted portions, but becoming, ensamples, to the beloved flock;
8 Be sober! be watchful! Your slanderous adversary, as a roaring lion, is walking about—seeking to devour: 9 Whom resist, steadfast in your faith, knowing that, the same sufferings, in your brotherhood that is in the world, are being accomplished. 10 Howbeit, the God of all favour—who hath called you unto his age-abiding glory in Christ—when, for a little, ye have suffered, Himself, will adjust, confirm, strengthen:—
17 For, when he received from God the Father honour and glory, a voice, being borne to him such as this, by the magnificent glory—My Son, the beloved, is, this, in whom, I, delight,
9 [Then] the Lord knoweth how to rescue, the godly out of trial; but to keep, the unrighteous unto a day of judgment to be punished;—
3 That which we have seen and heard, are we announcing, even unto you, in order that, ye too, may have fellowship with us, and, our own fellowship also, may be with the Father, and with his Son Jesus Christ.
20 And, ye, have, an anointing, from the Holy One,—Ye all, know:
27 And, as for you, the anointing which ye have received from him, abideth in you, and ye have, no need, that anyone be teaching you; but, as, his anointing, is teaching you, and is, true, and is no falsehood, even just as it hath taught you, abide ye in him.
19 Hereby, shall we get to know, that, of the truth, we are, and, before him, shall persuade our heart; 20 Because, if our own heart condemn us, greater, is God, than our heart, and perceiveth all things. 21 Beloved! if our heart be not condemning us, boldness, have we, towards God; 22 And, whatsoever we are asking, we are receiving from him, because, his commandments, are we keeping, and, the things that are pleasing before him, are we doing.
9 If, the witness of men, we receive, the witness of God, is, greater. Because, this, is the witness of God—in that he hath borne witness concerning his Son,— 10 He that believeth on the Son of God, hath the witness, within himself: He that doth not believe God, false, hath made him,—because he hath not believed on the witness which, God, hath witnessed, concerning his Son— 11 And, this, is the witness:—that, life age-abiding, hath God given unto us, and, this life, is, in his Son:
11 And, this, is the witness:—that, life age-abiding, hath God given unto us, and, this life, is, in his Son: 12 He that hath the Son, hath, the life,—he that hath not the Son of God, hath not, the life. 13 These things, have I written unto you—in order that ye may know that ye have, Life Age-abiding—unto you who believe on the name of the Son of God.
20 We know, moreover, that, the Son of God, hath come, and hath given us insight, so that we are getting to understand, him that is Real,—and we are in him that is Real, in his Son Jesus Christ. This, is the Real God, and life age-abiding.
4 I rejoiced exceedingly, in that I had found, from among thy children, such as were walking in truth, even as, a commandment, we received from the Father.
9 Every one that taketh a lead, and abideth not in the teaching of Christ, hath not, God: he that abideth in the teaching, the same, hath, both the Father and the Son.
6 and he hath made us [to be] a kingdom—priests unto his God and Father, Unto him, be the glory, and the dominion, unto the ages. Amen.
8 I, am, the A, and, the Z, saith the Lord,—the, God who Is, and who Was, and who is Coming, The Almighty.
11 saying—What thou seest, write in a scroll, and send unto the Seven Assemblies,—unto Ephesus, and unto Smyrna, and unto Pergamum,—and unto Thyatira, and unto Sardis, and unto Philadelphia,—and unto Laodicea.
17 And, when I saw him, I fell at his feet as dead, and he laid his right hand upon me, saying—Do not fear! I, am the First, and the Last,
17 He that hath an ear, let him hear what, the Spirit, is saying unto the assemblies. Unto him that overcometh, I will give, unto him, of the hidden manna, and I will give unto him a white stone, and, upon the stone, a new name written, which, no one, knoweth, save he that receiveth it. 18 And, unto the messenger of the assembly, in Thyatira, write:—These things, saith the Son of God, who hath his eyes like a flame of fire, and his feet like unto glowing copper:
7 And, unto the messenger of the assembly, in Philadelphia, write:—These things, saith he that is holy, he that is true, he that hath the key of David, he that openeth and no one shall shut, and shutteth and no one openeth:
14 And, unto the messenger of the assembly, in Laodicea, write:—These things, saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness the beginning of the creation of God:
18 I counsel thee to buy of me, gold refined by fire, that thou mayest become rich,—and white raiment, that thou mayest array thyself, and, the shame of thy nakedness, may not be made manifest,—and eye-salve, to anoint thine eyes, that thou mayest see.
3 saying—Do not injure the land, or the sea, or the trees, until we have sealed the servants of our God upon their foreheads.
12 saying—Amen! The blessing, and the glory, and the wisdom, and the thanksgiving, and the honour, and the power, and the might,—be unto our God, unto the ages of ages. [Amen]!
4 And it was bidden them that they should not injure the herbage of the earth, nor any green thing, nor any tree,—but only the men who have not the seal of God upon their foreheads.