And while we do that which is good, let it not weary us; for the time will be when we shall reap, and it will not weary us.
And beware, lest any of you evil render for evil; but always follow after (those things which are) good (pl.) toward one another, and toward every man.
who rendereth to every man according to his works.
FINALLY, my brethren, those (things) which are true, and those which are honest, and those which are just, and those which are pure, and those which are lovely, and those which are laudable, and those (which are) works of praise and of celebration, these consider.
For Him who knew not sin, on our account hath he made sin, that we might be in him the righteousness of Aloha.
Do not err. Aloha is not mocked: for whatever a man soweth, that he reapeth.
And if you do good to those who benefit you, what is your grace? for the sinners also thus do.
But confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that you may be healed. For great is the power of that prayer which the righteous prayeth.
FOR the all-saving grace of Aloha hath appeared to all men,
and teacheth us to deny wickedness and the lusts of the world, and to live in this world in purity, and in rectitude, and in the fear of Aloha,
But seek first the kingdom of Aloha and his righteousness, and all these shall be added unto you.
But the fruits of righteousness in quietness are sown by them who make peace.
and draw nigh unto Aloha, and he will be nigh you. Purify your hands, sinners, and sanctify your hearts, divided of soul.
And (yet) if you suffer for the sake of righteousness, you are happy. And you will not fear them who would make you afraid, nor be shaken.
But thou, O man of God, from these things flee, and follow after righteousness, and after equity, and after faith, and after charity, and after patience, and after meekness.