Having been permitted to behold your reverently chaste behaviour, -
as they observe your chaste and
While they behold your chaste conversation coupled with fear.
when they observe your pure, reverent lives.
when they see your pure and reverent lives.
observing, in fear, your pure behavior.
beholding your chaste behavior coupled with fear.
when they see your modest and respectful behavior [together with your devotion and appreciation—love your husband, encourage him, and enjoy him as a blessing from God].
be won by observing your godly and respectful behavior.
by observing your blameless and reverential conduct.
When they see your holy behaviour in the fear of God.
when they see your chaste and respectful behavior.
by observing the religious chastity of their manners.
having witnessed your pure conversation carried out in fear;
(when they behold you chaste behavior, joined with reverence:)
beholding your chaste deportment which is with reverence:
when they see how chaste and submissive you are.
Beholding your chaste conversation joined with fear:
Having beheld in fear your pure turning back.
While they behold your chaste behavior coupled with fear.
[when they] see your respectful, pure conduct.
having witnessed your chaste behavior in the fear of God.
while they behold your pure conversation coupled with fear.
when they see how chaste and reverent you are.
when they see how pure and reverent you are.
when they see your pure and reverent conduct.
seeing your pure behavior in fear.
when they behold your chaste behavior coupled with fear.
seeing your pure mode of life in the fear [of God].
being eye-witnesses of your chaste behaviour with timidity.
as they watch your submissive and blameless conduct.
While they behold your chaste manner of life coupled with fear.
so full of reverence, and so blameless!
when they see how chaste and respectful you are.
seeing your pure behavior in fear.
having beheld your chaste conduct mingled with fear:
beholding your chaste conversation in the fear of God.
having beheld your pure behaviour in fear,
Word Count of 38 Translations in 1 Peter 3:2
1 In like manner, ye wives, - submitting yourselves unto your own husbands; in order that, if any are not yielding unto the word, through their wives behaviour, they may, without the word, be won, 2 Having been permitted to behold your reverently chaste behaviour, - 3 Whose adorning, let it be - not the outward, of plaiting the hair and wearing golden ornaments, or putting on of apparel,
Nevertheless, ye also, do ye, individually, each man be so loving, his own wife, as himself, and, the wife, see that she reverence her husband.
Ye servants, be obedient unto them who, after the flesh, are your masters, with fear and trembling, in singleness of your heart, as unto the Christ;
Only, in a manner worthy of the glad-message of the Christ, be using your citizenship; in order that - whether coming and seeing you, or being absent, I may hear of the things which concern you - that ye are standing fast in one spirit, with one soul, joining for the combat along with the faith of the glad-message;
For, our citizenship, in the heavens, hath its rise; wherefore, a Saviour also, do we ardently await, - The Lord Jesus Christ, -
Ye servants! be obedient, in all things, unto them who, according to the flesh, are your masters, - not with eye-service, as man-pleasers, but with singleness of heart, revering the Lord, -
Let, no one, despise, thy youth, but, an ensample, become thou of the faithful, - in discourse, in behaviour, in love, in faith, in chastity.
But, according as he that hath called you is holy, do, ye yourselves, also become, holy in all manner of behaviour, -
Having, your behaviour among the nations, honourable, - in order that, wherein they speak against you as evil-doers, they may, owing to the honourable works they are permitted to behold, glorify God in the day of visitation.
For, so, at one time, the holy women also, who directed their hope towards God, used to adorn themselves, being in submission unto their own husbands:
But, the Lord Christ, hallow ye in your hearts, ready always for a defence, unto every one that is asking you a reason concerning, the hope within you, - nevertheless, with meekness and reverence:
Seeing that all these things are thus to be dissolved, what manner of persons, ought yeall the while to be, in holy ways of behaviour and acts of godliness, -