No one is able two lords to serve; either for the one he will hate, and the other he will love; or one he will cling to, and the other he will slight. Not you are able God to serve and mammon.
To all and those asking thee give thou; and from the taking what is thine, not demand back.
Render therefore to all the dues; to him the tax, the tax; to him the custom, the custom; to him the fear, the fear; to him the honor, the honor.
Who for of you, wishing a tower to build, not first having sat down computes the cost, if he has to finish?
Not a love of money the turn of mind; being satisfied with the things being present; he for has said: Not not thee may I leave, not even thee may I forsake;
and discharge to us the debts of us, as even we discharge to the debtors of us
To no one nothing owe you, if not that each other you should love; the for loving the other, a law has fulfilled.