For the favour of God, bringing salvation for all men, hath shone forth,
Putting us under disciplinein order that,denying ourselves of ungodliness and worldly covetings, in a soberminded and righteous and godly manner, we should live, in the present age,
A foolish man, on the
But, the fruit of the Spirit, islove, joy, peace, long-suffering, graciousness, goodness, faithfulness,
meekness, self-control;against such things as these, there is no law.
But am beating my body under, and leading it captive, lest, by any means,unto others, having proclaimed,
For God hath not given us a spirit of cowardice, but of power, and love, and correction.
But, every man who striveth in the games, in all things, useth self-control;they, indeed, then, that a corruptible crown, they may receive; but, we, an incorruptible!
Hence, then, let us not be sleeping, as the rest, but let us watch and be sober:
A covenant, I solemnised for mine eyes,How then could I gaze upon a virgin?
And be not configuring yourselves unto this age, but be transforming yourselves by the renewing of your mind, to the end ye may be proving what is the thing willed by Godthe good and acceptable and perfect.
Ye know, my brethren beloved,but let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger,
5 And, for this very reason alsoadding, on your part, all diligence, supply, in your faith, excellence, and, in your excellence, knowledge,
6 And, in your knowledge, self-control, and, in your self-control, endurance, and, in your endurance, godliness,
7 And, in your godliness, brotherly affection, and, in your brotherly affection, love.
A city broken down without a wall, is a man who hath no control over his own spirit.
All his anger, doth a dullard let go, but, a wise man, by keeping it back, stilleth it.
Because our struggle is not against blood and flesh, but, against the principalities, against the authorities, against the world-holders, of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenlies.
Be taking heed unto yourselves, lest ye lose what things we earned,but, a full reward, ye may duly receive.
Trial, hath not taken you, save such as man can bear; faithful, moreover is God, who will not suffer you to be tried above what ye are able, but will make, with the trial, also the way of escape, that ye may be able to hold out.
Better he that is slow to anger, than a hero, and he that ruleth his spirit, than he that captureth a city.
Decline not, to the right hand or to the left,Turn away thy foot from wickedness.
Death and life, are in the power of the tongue, and, its friends, shall eat its fruits.