And he says to them: Whoever may release the wife of himself, and may marry another, commits adultery with her.
And if a woman may release the husband of herself, and may be married to another, commits adultery.
I say but; by spirit walk you, and a desire of flesh not not you should fulfil. Galatians
The for flesh desires against the spirit, the and spirit again the flesh; these and to each other are opposed, so that not, the things you would wish, these you should do.
From for the heart comes forth purposes evil; murders, adulteries, fornications, thefts, false testimonies, evil speakers.
I but say to you, that whoever may release the wife of him, except on account of fornication, makes her to commit adultery; and whoever her being divorced, may marry, commits adultery.
Honorable the marriage among all, and the bed undefiled; fornicators but and adulterers will judge the God.
And I gave to her time so that she might reform, and not she wills to reform from the fornication of herself;
lo, I cast her into a bed, and those committing adultery with her into affliction great, if not they should reform from the works of her,
Every one who dismissing the wife of himself, and marrying another, commits adultery; and every one who her being divorced from an husband marrying, commits adultery.
Adulterers and adulteresses, not know you, that the friendship of the world enmity of the God is? whoever therefore may wish a friend to be of the world, an enemy of the God is rendered.
Flee you the fornication. All sins which if may do a man, outside of the body is; he but committing fornication against the own body sins.
19 Manifest but it is the works of the flesh; which things it is fornication, impurity, debauchery,
20 idolatry, sorcery, enmities, quarrels, jealousies, resentments, brawlings, factions, sects,
21 envying, murderers, drunkennesses, revellings, and the things like of them; which things I tell before you, even as also I said before, that they the these things practising a kingdom of God not shall inherit.
You have heard, that it was said: Not thou shalt commit adultery.
I but say to you, that all who looking at a woman in order to lust after her, already has debauched her in the heart of him.
4 they say to him: O teacher, this the woman was taken in the very act committing adultery.
5 In now the law Moses to us commanded the such like to be stoned? thou therefore what sayest thou?
6 This but they said tempting him, that they might have to accuse him. The but Jesus down stooping, with the finger wrote on the ground.
7 When but they continued asking him, having raised up he said to them: He without sin of you, first the stone on her let him cast.
8 And again down stooping, wrote on the ground.
9 They and having heard, and by the conscience being convinced, went out one by one, beginning from the elders even to the last ones; and left alone the Jesus, and the woman in middle standing.
10 Having raised up and the Jesus, and no one seeing but the woman, said to her: The woman, where are those the accusers of thee? no one thee condemned?
11 She and said: No one, O lord. Said and to her the Jesus: Neither I thee condemn; go, and no longer do thou sin.