Parallel Verses

Amplified

Practice hospitality to one another (those of the household of faith). [Be hospitable, be a lover of strangers, with brotherly affection for the unknown guests, the foreigners, the poor, and all others who come your way who are of Christ's body.] And [in each instance] do it ungrudgingly (cordially and graciously, without complaining but as representing Him).

New American Standard Bible

Be hospitable to one another without complaint.

King James Version

Use hospitality one to another without grudging.

Holman Bible

Be hospitable to one another without complaining.

International Standard Version

Show hospitality to one another without complaining.

A Conservative Version

stranger-loving toward each other without complaints.

American Standard Version

using hospitality one to another without murmuring:

An Understandable Version

Extend hospitality to one another without complaining [that you have to].

Anderson New Testament

Be hospitable, one to another, without murmuring.

Bible in Basic English

Keep open house for all with a glad heart;

Common New Testament

Offer hospitality to one another without grumbling.

Daniel Mace New Testament

be mutually hospitable, without repining.

Darby Translation

hospitable one to another, without murmuring;

Emphatic Diaglott Bible

Be hospitable to one another, without murmurings.

Godbey New Testament

being hospitable to one another without grudging;

Goodspeed New Testament

Be ungrudgingly hospitable to one another.

John Wesley New Testament

Use hospitality one to another without grudging.

Jubilee 2000 Bible

Lovingly be hospitable one to another without murmuring.

Julia Smith Translation

Being hospitable to one another without murmurings.

King James 2000

Practice hospitality one to another without grudging.

Lexham Expanded Bible

[Be] hospitable to one another without complaining.

Modern King James verseion

Be hospitable to one another, without grudging;

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

Be ye harborous, one to another, and that without grudging.

Moffatt New Testament

Be hospitable to each other, and do not grudge it.

Montgomery New Testament

Be hospitable to one another, without grudging.

NET Bible

Show hospitality to one another without complaining.

New Heart English Bible

Be hospitable to one another without grumbling.

Noyes New Testament

Be hospitable to one another without grudging.

Sawyer New Testament

Be hospitable one to another, without complaining;

The Emphasized Bible

Showing hospitality one to another without murmuring, -

Thomas Haweis New Testament

Exercise hospitality one towards another without grudgings.

Twentieth Century New Testament

Never grudge hospitality to one another.

Webster

Use hospitality one to another without grudging.

Weymouth New Testament

Extend ungrudging hospitality towards one another.

Williams New Testament

Be ungrudgingly hospitable to one another.

World English Bible

Be hospitable to one another without grumbling.

Worrell New Testament

being hospitable to one another, without murmuring;

Worsley New Testament

Be hospitable one to another, without grudging;

Youngs Literal Translation

hospitable to one another, without murmuring;

Interlinear

English(KJV)
Strong's
Root Form
Definition
Usage
φιλόξενος 
Philoxenos 
Usage: 3

ἀλλήλων 
Allelon 
Usage: 85

to
εἰς 
Eis 
into, to, unto, for, in, on, toward, against,
Usage: 1267

ἀλλήλων 
Allelon 
Usage: 85

ἄνευ 
Aneu 
Usage: 2

Context Readings

Serving To The Glory Of God

8 Above all things have intense and unfailing love for one another, for love covers a multitude of sins [forgives and disregards the offenses of others]. 9 Practice hospitality to one another (those of the household of faith). [Be hospitable, be a lover of strangers, with brotherly affection for the unknown guests, the foreigners, the poor, and all others who come your way who are of Christ's body.] And [in each instance] do it ungrudgingly (cordially and graciously, without complaining but as representing Him). 10 As each of you has received a gift (a particular spiritual talent, a gracious divine endowment), employ it for one another as [befits] good trustees of God's many-sided grace [faithful stewards of the extremely diverse powers and gifts granted to Christians by unmerited favor].


Cross References

Philippians 2:14

Do all things without grumbling and faultfinding and complaining [ against God] and questioning and doubting [among yourselves],

1 Timothy 3:2

Now a bishop (superintendent, overseer) must give no grounds for accusation but must be above reproach, the husband of one wife, circumspect and temperate and self-controlled; [he must be] sensible and well behaved and dignified and lead an orderly (disciplined) life; [he must be] hospitable [showing love for and being a friend to the believers, especially strangers or foreigners, and be] a capable and qualified teacher,

Hebrews 13:2

Do not forget or neglect or refuse to extend hospitality to strangers [in the brotherhood -- "being friendly, cordial, and gracious, sharing the comforts of your home and doing your part generously], for through it some have entertained angels without knowing it.

Romans 12:13

Contribute to the needs of God's people [sharing in the necessities of the saints]; pursue the practice of hospitality.

Titus 1:8

But he must be hospitable (loving and a friend to believers, especially to strangers and foreigners); [he must be] a lover of goodness [of good people and good things], sober-minded (sensible, discreet), upright and fair-minded, a devout man and religiously correct, temperate and keeping himself in hand.

Romans 16:23

Gaius, who is host to me and to the whole church here, greets you. So do Erastus, the city treasurer, and our brother Quartus.

2 Corinthians 9:7

Let each one [give] as he has made up his own mind and purposed in his heart, not reluctantly or sorrowfully or under compulsion, for God loves (He takes pleasure in, prizes above other things, and is unwilling to abandon or to do without) a cheerful (joyous, -- œprompt to do it -- ) giver [whose heart is in his giving].

2 Corinthians 9:7

Let each one [give] as he has made up his own mind and purposed in his heart, not reluctantly or sorrowfully or under compulsion, for God loves (He takes pleasure in, prizes above other things, and is unwilling to abandon or to do without) a cheerful (joyous, -- œprompt to do it -- ) giver [whose heart is in his giving].

Hebrews 13:16

Do not forget or neglect to do kindness and good, to be generous and distribute and contribute to the needy [of the church as embodiment and proof of fellowship], for such sacrifices are pleasing to God.

James 5:9

Do not complain, brethren, against one another, so that you [yourselves] may not be judged. Look! The Judge is [already] standing at the very door.

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