Bible verses about "vulnerability" | Diaglott

Matthew 18:21-22

21 Then coming to him the Peter, said: O lord, how often shall sin against me the brother of me, and I shall forgive him? till seven times? 22 Says to him the Jesus: Not I say to thee, till seven times, but till seventy times seven.

1 Corinthians 15:33

33 Not be you led astray. Corrupt habits virtuous companionships evil.

2 Corinthians 4:7

7 We have but, the treasure this in earthen vessels, so that the superabounding of the power may be of the God, and not out of us;

Philippians 2:5-10

5 This for be desired by you which also in Anointed Jesus, 6 who in a form of God being, not a usurpation meditated the to be like to God, 7 but himself emptied, a form of a slave having taken, in a likeness of men having been formed, 8 and in condition being found as a man; humbled himself, having become obedient till death, of a death even of a cross. 9 Therefore also the God him supremely exalted, and freely granted to him a name that above every name; 10 so that in the name of Jesus every knee should bend of heavenlies and of earthlies and of underground ones,

Galatians 6:2

2 Of each other the burdens bear you, and thus fulfil you the law of the Anointed.

John 13:34-35

34 A commandment new I give to you, that you may love each other; as I loved you, that also you might love each other. 35 By this will know all that to me disciples you are, if love you have in each other.

Luke 6:27-36

27 But to you I say to those hearing: Love you the enemies of you; good do you to those hating you; 28 bless you those cursing you; pray you for those traducing you. 29 To the striking thee on the creek, offer also the other; and from the taking of thee the mantle, also the tunic not thou mayest hinder. 30 To all and those asking thee give thou; and from the taking what is thine, not demand back. 31 And all you wish, that may do to you the men, also you do you to them in like manner. 32 And if you love those loving you, what to you thanks is it? and for sinners those loving them love. 33 And if you should do good those doing good you, what to you thanks is it? also for the sinners the same do. 34 And if you should lend from whom you hope to receive, what to you thanks is it? also for the sinners to sinners lead, that they may receive the like things. 35 But love you the enemies of you, and do you good and lend you nothing departing; and shall be the reward of you great, and you shall be sons of highest; for he kind is to the unthankful and evil. 36 Be you therefore compassionate, even as also the Father of you compassionate is.

James 5:16

16 Confess you to each other the faults, and pray you on behalf of each other, so that you may be healed; greatly prevails a prayer of a just being operative.

2 Corinthians 6:11-13

11 The mouth of us has been opened to you, O Corinthians, the heart of us has been enlarged. 12 Not you are straitened in us; you are straitened but in the bowels of you. 13 The but same recompense, (as to children I speak,) be enlarged also you.

2 Corinthians 12:9-10

9 and he said to me: Is enough for thee the favor of me; the for power of me in weakness is perfected. Most gladly therefore rather I will boast in the weaknesses of me, so that may dwell upon me the power of the Anointed. 10 Wherefore I am well-pleased with weaknesses, with insults, with necessities, with persecutions, with distresses on behalf of Anointed; when for I may be weak, then strong I am.

James 1:1-27

1 James of God and of Lord Jesus Anointed a bond-servant, to the twelve tribes to those in the dispersion, health. 2 All joy do you esteem, brethren of me, when temptations you may fall into various; 3 knowing, that the proof of you of the faith works out patience. 4 The but patience work perfect let have, so that you may be perfect ones and complete ones, in nothing being destitute. 5 If but any one of you is destitute of wisdom, let him ask from of the one giving of God to all liberality, and not censuring; and it will be given to him. 6 Let him ask but in faith, not hesitating; the for one hesitating is like to a wave of sea being wind-agitated and being tossed. 7 Not for let think the man that, that he shall receive anything from the Lord. 8 A man of double-soul, unstable in all the ways of himself. 9 Let boast but the brother the humble in the humiliation of himself; 10 the but rich, in the humiliation of himself; because as a flower of grass he will pass away. 11 Rose for the sun with the according heat, and withered the grass, and the flower of it fell off, and the beauty of the face of it perished; thus also the rich man in the ways of himself will fade away. 12 Blessed man, who bears up under temptation; because approved having become he will receive the crown of the life, which promised the Lord to those loving him. 13 No one being tempted let say: That from a God I am tempted; the for God not tempted is of evils, tempts and he no one. 14 Each one but is tempted, by the own inordinate desire being drawn out and being entrapped; 15 then the inordinate desire having conceived brings forth sin; the but sin having been perfected brings forth death. 16 Not be you let astray, brethren of me beloved ones. 17 Every gift good, and every gift perfect, from above is coming down from of the Father of the lights, with whom not one change, or of turning a shade; 18 having willed he begot us by a word of truth, in order that to be us, first-fruit a kind of the of himself creatures. 19 Therefore, brethren of me beloved ones, let be every man quick in order that to have heard, slow in order that to have spoken, slow in order to wrath. 20 Wrath for of man righteousness of God not works out. 21 Therefore putting away all filthiness and superabundance of badness, in meekness receive you the implanted word, that being able to save the lives of you. 22 Become you but doers of word, and not only hearers, deceiving yourselves. 23 Because if any one a hearer of word is and not a doer, this is like a man viewing the face of the birth of himself in a mirror; 24 he viewed for himself, and went away, and immediately forgot what sort he was. 25 He but having looked intently into a law perfect that of the freedom and having continued, this not a hearer of forgetfulness having become, but a doer of work, this blessed in the doer of himself shall be. 26 If any one thinks religious to be, not bridling tongue of himself, but deceiving heart of himself, of this vain the religion. 27 Religion pure and undefiled with the God and Father, this is, to oversee orphans and widows in the affliction of them, unspotted himself to keep from the world.

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