Weymouth New Testament in Modern Speech: Ephesians by Anonymous

Author: Anonymous
Language: English
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excess is so easy– 005:019 but drink deeply of God’s Spirit. Speak to one another with psalms and hymns and spiritual songs. Sing and offer praise in your hearts to the Lord. 005:020 Always and for everything let your thanks to God the Father be presented in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ; 005:021 and submit to one another out of reverence for Christ. 005:022 Married women, submit to your own husbands as if to the Lord; 005:023 because a husband is the Head of his wife as Christ also is the Head of the Church, being indeed the Saviour of this His Body. 005:024 And just as the Church submits to Christ, so also married women should be entirely submissive to their husbands. 005:025 Married men, love your wives, as Christ also loved the Church and gave Himself up to death for her; 005:026 in order to make her holy, cleansing her with the baptismal water by the word, 005:027 that He might present the Church to Himself a glorious bride, without spot or wrinkle or any other defect, but to be holy and unblemishe

Weymouth New Testament in Modern Speech: Galatians by Anonymous

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unning the race nobly! Who has interfered and caused you to swerve from the truth? 005:008 No such teaching ever proceeded from Him who is calling you. 005:009 A little yeast corrupts the whole of the dough. 005:010 For my part I have strong confidence in you in the Lord that you will adopt my view of the matter. But the man– be he who he may–who is troubling you, will have to bear the full weight of the judgement to be pronounced on him. 005:011 As for me, brethren, if I am still a preacher of circumcision, how is it that I am still suffering persecution? In that case the Cross has ceased to be a stumbling-block! 005:012 Would to God that those who are unsettling your faith would even mutilate themselves. 005:013 You however, brethren, were called to freedom. Only do not turn your freedom into an excuse for giving way to your lower natures; but become bondservants to one another in a spirit of love. 005:014 For the entire Law has been obeyed when you have kept the single precept, which says, “You are to lo

Weymouth New Testament in Modern Speech: Colossians by Anonymous

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Weymouth New Testament in Modern Speech: Acts by Anonymous

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d them as having been with Jesus. 004:014 And seeing the man standing with them–the man who had been cured– they had no reply to make. 004:015 So they ordered them to withdraw from the Sanhedrin while they conferred among themselves. 004:016 “What are we to do with these men?” they asked one another; for the fact that a remarkable miracle has been performed by them is well known to every one in Jerusalem, and we cannot deny it. 004:017 But to prevent the matter spreading any further among the people, let us stop them by threats from speaking in the future in this name to any one whatever.” 004:018 So they recalled the Apostles, and ordered them altogether to give up speaking or teaching in the name of Jesus. 004:019 But Peter and John replied, “Judge whether it is right in God’s sight to listen to you instead of listening to God. 004:020 As for us, what we have seen and heard we cannot help speaking about.” 004:021 The Court added further threats and then let them go, being quite unable to find any way of p

The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa by Kisari Mohan Ganguli

Author: Kisari Mohan Ganguli
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gion and he possessed wealth like another Indra, the lord of the deities. Suvira too had a son who was invincible in battle, and who was the best of all warriors and known by the name of Sudurjaya. And Durjya too, possessed of a body like that of Indra, had a son who beamed with splendour like that of fire. He was the great monarch named Duryodhana who was one of the foremost of royal sages. Indra used to pour rain profusely in the kingdom of this monarch, who never fled from the battlefield and was possessed of valour like unto Indra himself. The cities and the kingdom of this king were filled with riches and gems and cattle and grain of various kinds. There was no miser in his kingdom nor any person afflicted with distress or poverty. Nor was there in his kingdom any person that was weak in body or afflicted with disease. That king was very clever, smooth in speech, without envy, a master of his passions, of a righteous soul, full of compassion, endued with prowess, and not given to boasting. He performed s

True Christianity by Johann Arndt

Author: Johann Arndt
Published: 1868
Language: English
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e features of Lutheranism have assigned to him a high position in the history of his Church.–After Arndt had, even at this early age, acquired distinction as an accomplished private lecturer on Natural Philosophy, etc., as well as on the Epistle to the Romans, Leyser furnished him with an unusually favorable recommendation to the professors in Strasburg. This city, the government and population of which were exclusively Lutheran, had not yet been subjected to that great calamity which afterwards befell it, when the despot and bigot, Louis XIV., incorporated it with the French monarchy, and by assigning undue privileges to papists, and adopting other tyrannical measures, opened an avenue for the introduction, not merely of an inferior Romanic language, but also of the errors and superstitions of the Church of Rome.

§ 3. Arndt continued his theological studies in Strasburg, under the direction of Prof. Pappus, who was also distinguished for his devotion to the genuine Lutheran faith. In the year 15

The Gospel of John for Readers by Lightheart

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st? Behold, I say unto you, Lift up your eyes and look on the fields. They are all ready to harvest. He that reapeth now receiveth wages and gathereth fruit unto life eternal so that both he that soweth and he that reapeth may rejoice together. And herein is that saying true, One soweth and another reapeth. I sent you to reap where ye bestowed no labour. Other men laboured and ye are entered into their labours.

And many of the Samaritans of that city believed on Him for the saying of the woman who testified, He told me all that ever I did. So when the Samaritans were come unto Him, they besought Him to tarry with them. And He abode there two days. Many more believed because of His own word. They said unto the woman, Now we believe, not because of thy saying but because we have heard Him ourselves and know that this is indeed the Christ, the Saviour of the world.

Now after two days He departed from there and went into Galilee. Jesus Himself testified that a prophet hath no honour in his own country. When

The Gospel of Luke for Readers by Lightheart

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of Joseph, which was the son of Jonan, which was the son of Eliakim, the son of Melea, which was the son of Menan, which was the son of Mattatha, which was the son of Nathan, which was the son of David, the son of Jesse, son of Obed, which was the son of Booz, which was the son of Salmon.

Salmon was the son of Naasson, son of Aminadab, which was the son of Aram, which was the son of Esrom, the son of Phares, son of Juda, the son of Jacob, which was the son of Isaac.

Isaac was the son of Abraham, the son of Thara, son of Nachor, which was the son of Saruch, the son of Ragau, son of Phalec, which was the son of Heber, the son of Sala, son of Cainan, which was the son of Arphaxad, the son of Sem, son of Noah.

Noah was the son of Lamech, which was the son of Mathusala, which was the son of Enoch, which was the son of Jared, the son of Maleleel, son of Cainan, which was the son of Enos, which was the son of Seth, which was the son of Adam, which was the son of God.

4 Filled with the Holy Ghost, J