Whosoever will find his life shall lose it, and whosoever shall lose his life for my sake shall find it.
And this from Aloha hath been given to you, not only believing to believe in the Meshiha, but also for his sake to suffer,
Who shall separate us from the love of Meshiha? Affliction, or sorrow, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or the sword?
And if all I have I make to feed the poor, and I deliver my body to burn, and love be not in me, I profit nothing.
For as the sufferings of the Meshiha abound in us, so, through the Meshiha, our consolation aboundeth also.
For the affliction of this time, while small and light, a glory without end for ever and ever prepareth for us.
If then the Meshiha hath suffered for you in the flesh, be you also armed in it with the same mind; for every one who dieth in his body hath ceased from all sins,
For unto this have you been called; because the Meshiha also hath died for us, and left us this example, that in his steps we may walk.
But the God of grace, who hath called us to his eternal glory by Jeshu Meshiha, will give to us while we endure these few afflictions to be strengthened, and confirmed, and established in him for ever.
but Aloha hath helped me until this day; and, behold, I stand and testify to the small and to the great, yet nothing beyond Musha and the prophets do I speak, but those things which they said should come to pass;
that the Meshiha should suffer, and should be the chief of the resurrection from the house of the dead, and should preach light to the people and to the nations.
And bear the burden of one another, and so fulfil the law of the Meshiha.
that in it I may know Jeshu, and the power of his resurrection, and have fellowship in his sufferings, and be conformed into his death,
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.
And they stripped him, and invested him with a cloak of crimson.
And they interwove a crown of thorns, and set it upon his head, and a cane in his right hand: and they kneeled upon their knees before him, and mocked him, saying, Hail, king of the Jihudoyee!
And not thus only, but also in afflictions we exult; for we know that affliction perfecteth patience in us,
and patience experience, and experience hope:
Blessed be Aloha, the Father of our Lord Jeshu Meshiha, the Father of mercies, and the God of all consolation, who consoleth us in all our afflictions,
that we may be able to console those who are in all afflictions by that consolation by which we are consoled of Aloha.
And, tormented in shiul, he lifted up his eyes afar, and seeth Abraham, and Loózar in his bosom.
And he cried with a high voice, and said, My father Abraham, have compassion upon me, and send Loózar, that he may dip the top of his finger in waters, and moisten my tongue; for, behold, I am tormented in this flame.
For I consider that the sufferings of this time are not equal to that glory which is to be revealed in us.
And every one who taketh not his cross and cometh after me, is not worthy of me.