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 stumblingblock, to Gentiles and foolishness;
24 to those but to the called ones, Jews both and Greeks, Anointed of God power and of God wisdom.
publish thou the word, be thou urgent seasonably unseasonably, confute thou, rebuke thou, exhort thou with all long suffering and teaching.
30 Running to and the Philip heard him reading the prophet Isaiah, and said: Truly understandest thou, what thou readest?
31 He but said: How for should I be able, if not some one should guide me? He called and the Philip, having gone up to sit with him.
32 The and portion of the writing, which he was reading, was this: As a sheep to slaughter was led, and as a lamb before the one shearing him is dumb, so not he opens the mouth of himself.
14 How then shall they call on, into whom not they believed? how and shall they believe, where not they heard? how and shall they hear without one proclaiming?
15 How and shall the proclaim, if not they should be sent; as it has been written: How beautiful the feet of those announcing glad tidings of peace, of those announcing glad tidings the things good.
16 But not all obeyed the glad tidings. Esaias for says: O Lord, who believed the hearing of us?
17 (Then the faith from hearing; the and hearing through a word of God.)
Not for I am ashamed the glad tidings; power for of God is for salvation to all to the believing, to Jew both first and to Greek.
Righteousness for of God in it is revealed from faith in order to faith, as it has been written: The and just by faith, shall live.
He but answering said: It is written: Not by bread alone shall live a man; but by every word proceeding from mouth of God.
These and were more candid of those in Thessalonica, who received the word with all promptness, that every day closely scrutinizing the writings, if was these things thus.
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.
Having opened and the Philip the mouth of himself, and having begun from the writing this, announced glad tidings to him the Jesus.
Living for the word of the God, and energetic, and more cutting beyond every sword twomouthed, even cutting through to a division of life both and of breath, of joints both and of marrows, and able to judge of thoughts and of intentions of heart;
Passing on your way and preach you, saying: That has come nigh the kingdom of the heavens.
6 I wonder, because so quickly you are being changed from the one having called you by favor of Anointed to other glad tidings;
7 which not is other; if not some are who are troubling you, and wishing to turn about the glad tidings to you,
8 contrary to what we announced a messenger from heaven should announce glad tidings to you, contrary to what we announced to you, accursed let him be.
9 As we before said, even now again I say: If any one you addresses with good tidings contrary to what you received, accursed let him be.
As many things as for was fore written, for the our instruction was fore written; so that through the patience and of the consolation of the writings, the hope we might have.
Sanctify them in the truth of thee; the word the thine truth is.
Testify I to all to the one hearing the words of the prophecy of the scroll this. If any one may add to them, will add the God to him the plagues those having been written in the scroll this;
and if any one may take away from the words of the scroll of the prophecy this, will take the God the portion of him from the wood of the life, and out of the city the holy, of those having been written in the scroll this.
You search the writings, because you think in them life agelasting to have; and they are those testifying concerning me;
All writing inspired of God and profitable for teaching, for proof, for correction, for turning up that in righteousness;
so that complete may be the of the God man, for every work good having been thoroughly fitted,
12 We but not the spirit of the world received, but the spirit that from God, that we may know the things by the God having been graciously given to us;
13 which things also we speak, not by teachings of human wisdom in words, but by teachings of spirit, to spiritual ones spiritual things explaining.
14 An animal but man not receives the things of the spirit of the God; foolishness for to him it is, and not he is able to know; because spiritually it is examined.
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.
this first knowing, that all prophecy of a writing, of its own loosing not it is.
Not for by will of man was brought at any time prophecy, but by spirit holy being moved spoke holy of God men.
The heaven and the earth shall pass away; the but words of me not not may pass away.
the but word of Lord abides to the age; this now is the word that having been announced to you.
15 and that from a babe the holy writings thou knowest, those being able thee to make wise for salvation, through faith of that in Anointed Jesus.
16 All writing inspired of God and profitable for teaching, for proof, for correction, for turning up that in righteousness;
17 so that complete may be the of the God man, for every work good having been thoroughly fitted,
Be thou diligent thyself approved to present to the God, a workman unashamed, cutting straight the word of the truth.
18 And approaching the Jesus, spoke to them, saying: Has been given to me all authority in heaven and on earth.
19 Going forth disciple you all the nations, immersing them into the name of the Father and of the Son and of the holy spirit;
20 teaching them to observe all, whatever I have charged you. And lo, I with you am all the days, till the end of the age.
Till I come, attend thou to the reading, to the exhorting, to the teaching.
According to and the custom the Paul went in to them, and for sabbaths three reasoned with them from the writings.
Opening and setting forth, that the Anointed it was necessary to have suffered and to have been raised out of dead ones, and that this is the Anointed Jesus, whom I announce to you.
25 And he said to them: O thoughtless and slow with the heart of the to believe in all, which spoke the prophets.
26 Not these it was binding to have suffered the Anointed, and to enter into the glory of himself?
27 And beginning from Moses and from all of the prophets, he explained to them in all the writings the things about himself.
and the of the Lord of us longsuffering, salvation do you reckon; as also the beloved of us brother Paul according to the to him having been given wisdom wrote to you,
as also in all the letters, speaking in them concerning these; in which is hardly understood some things, which those unlearned and unstable distort, as also the remaining writings, to the own of themselves destruction.
You but, a race chosen, a royal priesthood, a nation holy, a people for a purpose, so that the virtues you may declare of the out of darkness you one having called into the wonderful of himself light;