But, now, do, ye also, put them all away, - anger, wrath, baseness, defamation, shameful talk out of your mouth:
That ye were to strip off - as regardeth the former behaviour - the old man, who corrupteth himself according to his deceitful covetings,
Let, no putrid discourse, out of your mouth, be going forth, but if anything is good - suited to the needful upbuilding, - that it may give benefit unto them that hear;
In like manner, nevertheless, even these, in their dreamings, flesh indeed defile, while lordship they set aside, and dignities they defame.
Cease from anger, and forsake wrath, Burn not with vexation - it would be only to do evil;
A man given to anger, stirreth up strife, and, he that exceedeth in wrath, aboundeth in transgression.
Be ye angry, and not committing sin, let not the sun be going down upon your angry mood,
and the son of the woman of Israel, and a man of Israel, reviled one another in the camp. And the son of the Israelitish woman uttered contemptuously the Name, and reviled. So they brought him in unto Moses, - now, the name of his mother, was Shelomith, daughter of Dibri, of the tribe of Dan;
A letting forth of water, is the beginning of strife, therefore, before it breaketh out, abandon, contention.
A man in a rage, taketh away the penalty, - nevertheless, if thou let him go free, the more stripes must thou add.
But, I, say unto you, that, every one who is angry with his brother, shall be, liable, to judgment, - and, whosoever shall say to his brother, Worthless one!, shall be, liable, to the high council; and, whosoever shall say, Rebel!, shall be, liable, unto the fiery gehenna.
murders, adulteries, covetousnesses, knaveries, deceit, wantonness, an evil eye, profane speaking, foolishness, -
As in daytime, becomingly let us walk: not in revellings and in drunken bouts, not in chamberings and in wanton deeds, not in strife and envy; -
For ye are yet fleshly. For, whereas there are, among you, jealousy and strife, are ye not, fleshly, and, after the manner of men, walking?
For I fear - lest, by any means, when I come, not such as I wish, should I find you, and, I, should be found by you, such as ye do not wish; - lest, by any means, I should find strife, jealousy, outbursts of wrath, factions, railings, whisperings, puffed up pretensions, confusions; -
If, however, one another, ye bite and devour, take heed lest, by one another, ye be consumed!
idolatry, enchantment, enmities, strife, jealousy, outbursts of wrath, factions, divisions, parties,
Let us not become vain-glorious, - one another, challenging, one another, envying.
All bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and outcry, and profane speaking, let it be taken away from you, with all baseness;
And shamelessness and foolish talking, or jesting, - which things are beneath you, - but, rather, giving of thanks;
Make dead, therefore, your members that are on the earth - as regardeth fornication, impurity, passion, base coveting, and greed, the which, is idolatry, -
Be not guilty of falsehood one to another: having stript off the old man, together with his practices,
Though, formerly, a defamer, and persecutor, and insulter; nevertheless mercy was shown me, because, without knowledge, I acted, in unbelief:
Of whom are Hymenaeus and Alexander; whom I have delivered unto Satan, that they may be taught by discipline not to be defaming.
But, from the foolish and undisciplined questionings, excuse thyself, knowing that they gender strifes;
Therefore, indeed, seeing that, we also, have encircling us, so great a cloud of witnesses, stripping off every incumbrance and the easily entangling sin, with endurance, let us be running, the race that is lying before us,
For, man's anger, worketh not, God's righteousness.
Lo! the ships also, large as they are, and, by rough winds, driven along, are turned about by a very small helm, whithersoever the impulse of the steersman inclineth.
But, if, bitter jealousy, ye have, and rivalry, in your hearts; be not boasting and showing yourselves false against the truth!
Putting away, therefore, all vice and all deceit and hypocrisy and envyings and all detractions,
And, righteous Lot, when getting worn out by the behaviour of them who were impious in wantonness, he rescued -
For, great swelling words of vanity, uttering, they entice with carnal covetings - in wanton ways - them who are, well-nigh, escaping from the men who, in error, have their behaviour;
Wild waves of sea, foaming out their own infamies, wandering stars, for whom the gloom of darkness age-abiding hath been reserved.