Bible verses about "arguing" | Coverdale

Proverbs 3:30

30 Stryue not lightly wt eny man, where as he hath done ye no harme.

Proverbs 26:4

4 Geue not the foole an answere after his foolishnesse, lest thou become like vnto him:

Proverbs 18:1-2

1 Who so hath pleasure to sowe discorde, piketh a quarell in euery thinge. 2 A foole hath no delyte in vnderstodinge, but only in those thinges wherin his herte reioyseth.

Proverbs 23:9

9 Tel nothinge in to ye eares of a foole, for he wyl despyse the wy?dome of thy wordes.

Proverbs 29:11

11 A foole poureth out his sprete alltogether, but a wyse man kepeth it in till afterwarde.

Galatians 5:22-23

22 But the frute of the sprete, is loue, ioye, peace, longe sufferinge, getlenes, goodnesse, faithfulnes, 23 mekenesse, teperaunce, Agaynst soch is not ye lawe:

James 3:17

17 But the wissdom that is fro aboue, is fyrst pure, the peasable, gentle, and easy to be entreated, full of mercy and good frutes, without iudgynge, and without simulacion:

1 Peter 2:21

21 For here vnto are ye called, for so moch as Christ also suffred for vs, leauynge vs an ensample, that ye shulde folowe his fotesteppes,

Romans 14:19

19 Let vs therfore folowe those thinges which make for peace, & thinges wherwith one maye edifye another.

1 Corinthians 13:1-13

1 Though I spake with the tunges of men and angels, and yet had not loue, I were euen as sowndinge brasse, or as a tynklinge Cymball. 2 And though I coulde prophecy, & vnderstode all secretes, and all knowlege, and had all faith, so that I coulde moue moutaynes out of their places, and yet had not loue, I were nothinge. 3 And though I bestowed all my goodes to fede ye poore, and though I gaue my body euen that I burned, and yet haue not loue, it profiteth me nothinge. 4 Loue is pacient & curteous, loue envyeth not, loue doth not frowardly, is not puft vp, dealeth not dishonestly, 5 seketh not hir awne, is not prouoked vnto anger, thynketh not euell, 6 reioyseth not ouer iniquyte, but reioyseth in the trueth, 7 beareth all thinges, beleueth all thinges, hopeth all thinges, suffreth all thinges. 8 Though prophecienges fayle, or tunges ceasse, or knowlege perishe, yet loue falleth neuer awaye. 9 For oure knowlege is vnparfecte, and oure prophecienge is vnparfecte. 10 But wha that which is perfecte, commeth, then shal the vnparfecte be done awaye. 11 Whan I was a childe, I spake as a childe, I vnderstode as a childe, I ymagined as a childe. But as soone as I was a man, I put awaye childishnes. 12 Now we se thorow a glasse in a darke speakynge, but the shal we se face to face. Now I knowe vnperfectly: but the shal I knowe eue as I am knowne. 13 Now abydeth faith, hope, loue, these thre: but the greatest of these is loue.

Romans 12:19

19 Dearly beloued, auenge not youre selues, but geue rowme vnto the wrath off God. For it is wrytte: Vengeaunce is myne, and I wil rewarde, sayeth ye LORDE.

Titus 3:1-2

1 Warne them that they submytte them selues vnto Prynces and to the hyer auctorite, to obey the officers, to be ready vnto all good workes, 2 that they speake euell of no man, that they be no stryuers, but soft, shewynge all mekenes vnto all men.

Philippians 2:14

14 Do all thinges without murmurynges and disputinges,

Proverbs 15:1

1 A softe aswere putteth downe displeasure, but frowarde wordes prouoke vnto anger.

2 Timothy 2:24

24 The seruaunt of the LORDE ought not to stryue, but to be gentle vnto euery man: apte to teach, one that can forbeare

2 Timothy 2:23-24

23 As for folish questions and soch as teach not, put them fro the: for thou knowest that they do but geder stryfe. 24 The seruaunt of the LORDE ought not to stryue, but to be gentle vnto euery man: apte to teach, one that can forbeare

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