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.
Above all things but, brethren of me, not do you swear neither the heaven, nor the earth, nor other any oath; let be but of you the yes, yes, and the no, no; so that not under judgment you may fall.
No one and a lamp having lighted, covers him with a vessel, or under a couch places; but upon a lampstand places, that those entering may see the light.
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.
but we refused the secrets of the shame, not walking in craftiness, nor falsifying the word of the God, but by the manifestation of the truth recommending ourselves to every conscience of men, in presence of the God;
Be thou diligent thyself approved to present to the God, a workman unashamed, cutting straight the word of the truth.
Dear children of me, not we should love in word nor in the tongue, but in work and in truth.
not speak you falsely to each other; having stripped the old man with the practices of him,
we are purposing for good things not only in presence of Lord, but also in presence of men.
If we should say, that fellowship we have with him and in the darkness we should walk, we speak falsely, and not we do the truth;
On account of this for also taxes pay you; public ministers for of God they are, to same this constantly attending.
To no one evil in return for evil giving back; providing honorable things in presence of all men;
The but from above wisdom first indeed pure it is, then peaceable, gentle, easily persuaded, full of mercy and of fruits good, without partiality and without hypocrisy.
Blessed the clean to the heart, for they the God shall see.