1 Coríntios 1

1 Paul, called an apostle of Jesus Anointed, through will of God, and Sosthenes the brother,

2 to the congregation of the God to that being in Corinth, having been sanctified in Anointed Jesus, called saints with all those calling upon the name of the Lord of us Jesus Anointed in every place, of them both and of us;

3 favor to you and peace from God Father of us, and Lord Jesus Anointed.

4 I give thanks to the God of me always concerning you, for the favor of the God for that having been given to you in Anointed Jesus;

5 that in every thing you were enriched in him, in every word and all knowledge,

6 (when the testimony of the Anointed was confirmed among you;)

7 so that you not to be inferior in any one gracious gift, waiting for the revelation of the Lord of us Jesus Anointed;

8 who also will confirm you to an end irreproachable ones in the day of the Lord of us Jesus Anointed.

9 Faithful the God, through whom you were called into fellowship of the son of him Jesus Anointed, the Lord of us.

10 I entreat and you, brethren, through the name of the Lord of us Jesus Anointed, that the same thing you speak all, and not may be among you divisions, you may be but knit together in the same mind and in the same sentiment.

11 It was declared for to me concerning you, brethren of me, by those of Chloe, that contentions among you are.

12 I say and this, because each one of you says: I indeed am of Paul; I but, of Apollos; I and, of Cephas; I and, of Anointed.

13 Has been divided the Anointed? not Paul was crucified on behalf of you? or into the name of Paul were you dipped?

14 I give thanks to the God, that no one of you I dipped, if not Crispus and Gaius;

15 so that not any one may say, that into the my name I dipped.

16 I dipped and also the Stephanas house; remainder not I know, if any other I dipped.

17 Not for sent me Anointed to dip, but to announce glad tidings; not in wisdom of speech, so that not may be of no effect the cross of the Anointed.

18 The word for that of the cross to those indeed being destroyed foolishness is, to those but being saved to us power of God it is.

19 It has been written for: I will destroy the wisdom of the wise, and the learning of the intelligent ones I will set aside.

20 Where a wise man? where a scribe? where a disputer of the age this? Not did make foolish the God the wisdom of the world this?

21 When for in the wisdom of the God not knew the world through the wisdom the God, was pleased the God, through the foolishness of the proclamation to save those believing.

22 Although and Jews signs are asking, and Greeks wisdom are seeking;

23 we yet proclaim an Anointed having been crucified, to Jews indeed a stumbling–block, to Gentiles and foolishness;

24 to those but to the called ones, Jews both and Greeks, Anointed of God power and of God wisdom.

25 Because the foolishness of the God, wiser of the man is; and the weakness of the God, stronger of the men is.

26 You see for the calling of you, brethren, that not many wise ones according to flesh, not many strong ones, not many well–born;

27 but the foolish things of the world chose the God, that the wise ones he may shame; and the weak things of the world chose the God, that he may shame the powerful ones;

28 and the low–born of the world and the things having been despised chose the God, and the things not existing, that the things existing he may bring to nothing;

29 so that not may boast all flesh in presence of the God.

30 Out of him but you are in Anointed Jesus, who became to us wisdom from God, righteousness also and sanctification and redemption;

31 so that, even as it has been written: He boasting, in Lord let him boast.