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For, the unseen things of him, from a world's creation, by the things made, being perceived, are clearly seen, even his eternal power and divinity, - to the end they should be without excuse;
Wherefore, inexcusable, thou art, O man, whoever judgest; for, wherein thou judgest some one else, thyself, thou dost condemn, - for, the very things, thou dost practise, who art judging:
1 Peter 2:16
As free, yet, not as a cloak of vice, holding your freedom, but, as God's servants.
Moreover, for Tyre and Zidon, more tolerable, will it be, in the judgment, than, for you.
Concerning sin, indeed, because they are not believing on me;
To him, therefore, who knoweth how to be doing, a right thing, and is not doing it, it is, sin, unto him.