What for is profited a man if the world whole he may win, the and life of him he may forfeit? or what shall give a man in exchange for the life of him?
not looking of us the things being seen, but the things not being seen; the things for being seen, transient things; the things but being seen, agelasting things.
In the same way and the women in apparel becoming, with modesty and soundness of mind, to adorn themselves, not with wreaths, of gold, or pearls or garment expensive,
but, (which in becoming for women undertaking worship of God,) by means of works good.
It is but gain great the piety with a competency.
Nothing for we brought into the world; evident, that neither to carry out any thing are we able.
Having and foods and coverings, with these things we shall be satisfied.
(What for will it profit a man, if he should win the world whole, and he should forfeit the life of himself?
To those rich ones in the present age do thou charge not to be highmined, nor to have confidence in wealth uncertain, but in the God the living, in that offering to us all things richly for enjoyment;
Those but wishing to be rich, fall into a temptation and a snare, and desires many foolish and hurtful, which sink deep the men into destruction and ruin.
Put you to death therefore the members of you those on the earth, fornication, impurity, passion, desire evil, and the covetousness, which is idol worship;
He said and to them: See you and beware you of the covetousness; because not in the to abound any one the life of him is out of the possessions of him.
Where for is the treasure of you, there will be also and the heart of you.
Of the and multitude of those having believed was the heart and the soul one; and not even one any of the possessions of him said his own to be, but was to them all things common.
Not lay up to you treasures on the earth, where moth and rust destroys, and where thieves dig through and steal;
lay up but to you treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys, and where thieves not dig through nor steal.
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;
Said to him the Jesus: If thou wishest perfect to be, go, sell of thee the possessions, and give to poor; and thou shalt have treasure in heaven; and hither, follow me.