Sin in the Bible

Meaning: bush

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So, Jesus spoke to them again [i.e., to the Jewish authorities. See 7:45], saying, "I am the light of the world. The person who becomes my follower will never live in [spiritual] darkness, but have the light of [i.e., for his] life [i.e., followers of Jesus will not live in error and sin but in truth and righteousness]."

They retorted, You were wholly born in sin [from head to foot]; and do you [presume to] teach us? So they cast him out [threw him clear outside the synagogue].

He that hateth me, hateth my Father also. If I had not done among them the works which no other did, they had not had sin:

Thematic Bible



Then moved they on from Elim, and all the assembly of the sons of Israel entered into the desert of Sin, which is between Elim and Sinai, on the fifteenth day of the second month, by their coming forth out of the land of Egypt.


And, being freed from sin, ye were made servants unto righteousness; -

For, he that hath died, hath become righteously acquitted from his sin.


Silver for guilt-offerings and silver for sin-offerings, was not brought into the house of Yahweh, - to the priests, they belonged.


Wherefore did ye not eat the sin-bearer in the holy place? for most, holy, it is, - and thee same, hath he given you that ye may bear the iniquity of the assembly, to put a propitiatory-covering over them before Yahweh.

If, the anointed priest, shall sin, so as to bring guilt upon the people, then shall he bring near for his sin which he hath committed a choice young bullock without defect, unto Yahweh as a sin-bearer. And he shall bring in the bullock unto the entrance of the tent of meeting, before Yahweh, - and shall lean his hand upon the head of the bullock, and shall slay the bullock before Yahweh. And the anointed priest shall take of the blood of the bullock, - and bring it into the tent of meeting; read more.
and the priest shall dip his finger in the blood, - and sprinkle of the blood seven times, before Yahweh, in front of the veil of the sanctuary. Then shall the priest put of the blood upon the horns of the altar of fragrant incense before Yahweh, which is in the tent of meeting, - and, all the remainder of the blood of the bullock, shall he pour out at the base of the altar of ascending-sacrifice, which is at the entrance of the tent of meeting, And all the fat of the sin-bearing bullock, shall he heave up therefrom, - the fat that covereth over the inwards, and all the fat that is upon the inwards; and the two kidneys, and the fat that is upon them which is upon the loins, - and as for the caul upon the liver, upon the kidneys, shall he remove it: just as it is heaved up from the ox of the peace-offering, - and the priest shall make of them a perfume on the altar of ascending-sacrifice, But, as for the skin of the bullock and all its flesh with its head and with its legs, - and its inwards, and its dung, he shall take forth the entire bullock - unto the outside of the camp, unto a clean place unto the outpoured heap of fat-ashes, and shall burn it up on wood in the fire, - upon the outpoured heap of fat-ashes, shall it be burned up. And, if the whole assembly of Israel, shall make a mistake, and a matter be hidden from the eyes of the convocation, - and so they do something, whereby they depart from any of the commandments of Yahweh as to things which should not be done, and become guilty; and the sin shall become known, which they have committed therein, then shall the convocation bring near a choice young bullock as a sin-bearer, yea they shall bring it in. before the tent of meeting; and the elders of the assembly shall lean their hands upon the head of the bullock before Yahweh, - and shall slay the bullock, before Yahweh; and the anointed priest shall bring in of the blood of the bullock, - into the tent of meeting; and the priest shall dip his finger in the blood, - and shall sprinkle of the blood seven times before Yahweh, upon the face of the veil; and, some of the blood, shall he put upon the horns of the altar which is before Yahweh, which is in the tent of meeting; and, all the remainder of the blood, shall he pour out at the base of the altar of ascending-sacrifice, which is at the entrance of the tent of meeting; and, as for all the fat thereof, he shall heave up therefrom, - and make a perfume at the altar. And he shall do to the bullock, as he did to the first sin-bearing bullock, so shall he do with this, - and the priest shall put a propitiatory-covering over them, and it shall be forgiven them. And he shall take forth the bullock unto the outside of the camp, and burn it up, just as he burned up the first bullock, - the sin-bearer of the convocation, it is. When a prince, shall sin, - and shall do something, departing from any of the commandments of Yahweh his God as to things which should not be done, by mistake and shall become aware of his guilt; or his sin wherein he hath sinned he made known unto him, then shall he bring in. as his oblation a he-goat a male without defect; and shall lean his hand upon the head of the goat, and shall slay it in the place where they slay the ascending-sacrifice before Yahweh, - a sin-bearer, it is. And the priest shall take of the blood of the sin-bearer with his finger, and put upon the horns of the altar of ascending-sacrifice; and, the remainder of the blood thereof, shall he pour out at the base of the altar of ascending-sacrifice; and with all the fat thereof, shall he make a perfume at the altar, as with the fat of the peace-offering, - so shall the priest put a propitiatory-covering over him because of his sin, and it shall be forgiven him. And, if, any person, shall sin, by mistake from among the people of the land, - by his doing anything departing from any of the commandments of Yahweh, as to things which should not be done, and shall become aware of his guilt; or his sin which he hath committed shall be made known unto, him, then shall he bring in, as his oblation, a kid of the goats a female, without defect, for his sin which he hath committed; and shall lean his hand upon the head of the sin-bearer, - and shall slay the sin-bearer in the place of the ascending-sacrifice. Then shall the priest take of the blood thereof with his finger, and put upon the horns of the altar of ascending-sacrifice, - and all the remaining bleed thereof, shall he pour out, at the base of the altar; and all the fat thereof, shall he remove as the fat from off the peace-offering was removed, and the priest shall make a perfume at the altar, for a satisfying odour unto Yahweh, - so shall the priest put propitiatory-covering over him, and it shall be forgiven him. And, if a lamb, he bring in. as his oblation for a sin-bearer, a female without defect, shall he bring in; and shall lean his hand upon the head of the sin-bearer, - and shall slay it as a sin-bearer, in the place where they slay the ascending-sacrifice. Then shall the priest take of the blood of the sin-bearer with his finger, and put upon the horns of the altar of ascending-sacrifice, - and all the remaining blood thereof, shall he pour out, at the base of the altar; and all the fat thereof, shall he remove as the fat of the lamb is removed, from the peace-offering, and the priest shall make a perfume therewith at the altar, upon the altar-flames of Yahweh, - so shall the priest put a propitiatory-covering over him on account of his sin which he hath committed, and it shall be forgiven him.

Speak unto Aaron and unto his sons, saying, This, is the law of the sin-bearer. In the place where the ascending-sacrifice is slain, shall the sin-bearer be slain, before Yahweh, most holy, it is.


And, arms, from him, will arise, - and will profane the sanctuary, the fortress, and will set aside the continual ascending-sacrifice , and place the horrid abomination that astoundeth.


Your iniquities, have thrust away these things, Yea, your sins, have withholden that which is good from you.


Why should a living son of earth complain, Let a man complain because of his sins?


Moreover she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name Jesus, - for, he, will save his people from their sins.

And ye know, that, He, was made manifest - in order that, our sins, he should take away, and, sin, in him, is there none.


For lo! the day, cometh, that burneth as a furnace, - and, all the proud and everyone who worketh lawlessness, shall be, stubble, and the day that cometh, shall consume them utterly, saith Yahweh of hosts, that it shall leave them neither root nor branch.

Then the Lord knoweth how to rescue, the godly out of trial; but to keep, the unrighteous unto a day of judgment to be punished; -

And, the smoke of their torment, unto ages of ages, ascendeth; And they have no rest day or night, who do homage unto the beast and his image, or if anyone receiveth the mark of his name.

And, if anyone was not found, in the book of life, written, he was cast into the lake of fire.

And, these, shall go away, into, age-abiding, correction, but, the righteous, into, age-abiding, life.

He will rain upon the lawless live-coals, Fire and brimstone and a burning wind, are the portion of their cup.

Who, indeed, a penalty, shall pay - age-abiding destruction from the face of the Lord and from the glory of his might -

whose fan is in his hand, to clear out his threshing-floor, and to gather the wheat into his granary; but, the chaff, will he burn up with fire unquenchable.

And, if, thine eye, causeth thee to stumble, pluck it out, and cast it from thee: It is, seemly, for thee, one-eyed, into life, to enter, rather than, having two eyes, to be cast into the fiery gehenna.

But, whosoever shall revile against the Holy Spirit, hath no forgiveness, unto times age-abiding, - but is guilty of an age-abiding sin:


For this cause, - just as, through one man, sin into the world entered, and through sin, death, - and, so, unto all men death passed through, for that all had sinned; -

Who can say, I have cleansed my heart, I am pure from my sin?

The impious hath said in his heart, There is no God! They have acted corruptly, They have wrought abominable perversity, There is none that doeth good: -

When they sin against thee - for there is, no son of earth, that sinneth not, and thou shalt be angry with them, and deliver them up before an enemy, - who shall carry them away as their captives, into the land of the enemy, far or near;

For, as for men, there is none righteous in the earth, that doeth good, and sinneth not.

What then? do we screen ourselves? Not at all! For we have before accused both Jews and Greeks of being, all under sin; Even as it is written - there is none righteous, not even one, There is none that discerneth, There is none that seeketh out God: read more.
All, have turned aside, together, have become useless, There is none that doeth kindness, not so much as one:

Although from age-past times It was never heard, It was not perceived by the ear, - Neither did, the eye, ever see - That, a god besides thee, could work for the man who waited for him, Yet didst thou meet Him who was rejoicing and working righteousness, Even them who in thy ways, remembered thee, - Lo! thou, hast been vexed, And truly we had sinned, Among them, was the prospect of an age to come , That we might be saved. But we have become as one unclean all of us, And, as a garment polluted, were all our righteous doings, - And so we faded like a leaf all of us, And, our iniquity, as a wind, carried us away; read more.
And there was none To call upon thy Name, To rouse himself to lay firm hold on thee, - For thou hadst hidden thy face from us, And hadst made us despond, by means of our iniquity.

When they sin against thee - for there is no son of earth who sinneth not - and thou shalt be angry with them, and deliver them up before an enemy, - who shall carry them away as their captives into a land - far away or near;

The impious hath said in his heart - There is no God! They have acted corruptly, they have done an abominable deed, there is none that doeth good. Yahweh, out of the heavens, looked down over the sons of men, - to see whether there was one that showed wisdom, enquiring after God: - The whole, have turned aside, Together have they become tainted, - There is none that doeth good, not so much as, one! read more.
Are all the workers of iniquity, without knowledge? devouring my people as they devour food! Upon Yahweh, have they not called.

And lo! one coming near unto him, said, Teacher! what good thing shall I do, that I may have life age-abiding? And, he, said unto him - Why dost thou question me concerning that which is good? There is, One, that is good! But, if thou desirest, into life, to enter, be keeping the commandments.


There hath befallen them the thing spoken of in the true proverb - A dog, turning back unto his own vomit, and - A sow, as soon as washed, unto wallowing in mire.

Like grapes in the desert, found I Israel, like the first-ripe in the fig-tree when it is young, saw I your fathers, - they, entered Baal-peor, and devoted themselves to the Shameful Thing, Then became their abominations like their lusts.

And, this, is the judgment: That, the light, hath come into the world, - and men loved, rather the darkness than the light, for, wicked, were their, works. For, whosoever doth practise corrupt things, hateth the light, and cometh not unto the light, lest his works should be reproved;

For they consume bread gotten by lawlessness, and, wine obtained by violence, they drink.

Of wickedness with both hands to make sure, the ruler, doth make demand - and the judge - for a recompense, - and, as for the great man, he, is putting into words the desire of his soul, So have they woven the net!

Who rejoice to do wrong, exult in the perversities of the wrongful;

In which, even unto the spirits in prison, he went and proclaimed, - Spirits unyielding at one time, when the longsuffering of God was holding forth a welcome in the days of Noah, there being in preparation an ark - going into which, a few, that is eight, souls, were brought safely through by means of water, -

As, a dog, returneth onto his own vomit, a dullard, repeateth his folly.

How much less when one is detested and corrupt, a man who drinketh in - like water - perversity.

Thus, saith Yahweh To this people In this way, have they loved to wander, Their feet, have they not restrained, - Yahweh, therefore hath not accepted them, Now, will he call to mind their iniquity, - That he may punish their sins.

Closing his eyes, to devise perverse things, biting his lips, he hath plotted mischief.

It is, mere sport to a stupid man, to commit lewdness, but, wisdom, pertaineth to a man of understanding.

Because my regulations, they had rejected. And as for my statutes, they had not walked therein, My sabbaths also, had they profaned; or after their manufactured gods, their heart had been going.

Though, a sweet taste in his mouth, be given by vice, though he hide it under his tongue; Though he spare it, and will not let it go, but retain it in the midst of his mouth,

The sin of my people, they do eat, - and. unto their iniquity, lift they up every man his desire.

for they loved the glory of men, more than the glory of God.


Unto the woman, he said, I will, increase, thy pain of pregnancy, In pain, shalt thou year children, - Yet, unto thy husband, shall be thy hinging, Though, he, rule over thee. And, to the man, he said, Because thou didst hearken to the voice of thy wife, and so didst eat of the tree as to which I commanded thee, saying, Thou shalt not eat of it, Accursed be the ground for thy sake, In pain, shalt thou eat of it, all the days of thy life; Thorn also and thistle, shall it shoot forth to thee, - when thou hast come to eat of the herb of the field: read more.
In the sweat of thy face, shalt thou eat bread, until thou return to the ground, because therefrom, wast thou taken, - For, dust, thou art, And, unto dust, shalt thou return.

How oft, the lamp of the lawless, goeth out, and their calamity, cometh upon them, Sorrows, apportioneth he in his anger;

Then Yahweh saw that great, was the wickedness of man in the earth, and that, every purpose of the devices of his heart, was only wicked all the day; and it grieved Yahweh, that he had made man in the earth, - and he took sorrow unto his heart. And Yahweh said - I must wipe off man whom I created from off the face of the ground, from man unto beast unto creeping thing, and unto the bird of the heavens, - for I am grieved that I made them.

But, if ye shall not do this, lo! ye will have sinned against Yahweh, - and take note of your sin, that it will find you out.

Keeping lovingkindness to a thousand generations, Forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin, Though he leave not, utterly unpunished, Visiting the iniquity of fathers, Upon sons, And upon sons' sons, Unto a third and unto a fourth generation.

but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not cat of it, - for in the day thou eatest thereof, thou shelf die.

And Yahweh said - My spirit shall not rule in man to times age - abiding, for that, he also, is flesh, - Yet his days shall be a hundred and twenty years.

But, as for the person who acteth with a high hand - of the native born or of the sojourners, Yahweh himself, he, reproacheth, - therefore shall that person be cut off out of the midst of his people. Because the word of Yahweh, hath he despised, and his commandment, hath he broken, that person shall be surely cut off, his iniquity, is in himself.

Shall it not, if thou do right, be lifted up? But if thou do not right, at the entrance a sin-bearer is lying, - Unto thee, moreover, shall be his longing, though, thou, rule over him.

So Yahweh said, The outcry of Sodom and Gomorrah, because it hath become great, - And their sin, because it hath become exceeding grievous,

For we are about to destroy this place, - for, great, is the outcry of them unto the face of Yahweh, so that Yahweh hath sent us to destroy it.

And Yahweh said unto Moses, - Him who hath sinned against me, must I blot out of my book. Now, therefore, go lead the people to the place of which I spake to thee, lo! a my messenger, shall go before thee, - But, in the day when I do visit, then wilt I visit upon them their sin.

But, if ye will not hearken unto me, And will not do all these commandments; And if, my statutes, ye refuse, And, my regulations, your souls shall abhor, - So that ye will not do all my commandments, But shall break my covenant I also, will do this unto you - I will set over you, for terror, consumption and fever, Causing the eyes to fail and the soul to pine away, - And ye shall sow, in vain, your seed, for it shall be eaten by your foes. read more.
And I will set my face against you, And ye shall be smitten before your foes,-And be trodden down by them who hate you, And shall flee when no one is pursuing you. And, if even with these things, ye will not hearken unto me, Then will I yet further correct you seven times, for your sins. So will I break your pomp of power, And will set your heavens as iron, and your land as bronze; And your strength shall be spent in vain, - And your land shall not yield her increase, And the trees of the land, shall not yield their fruit. If therefore, ye will go in opposition to me, And not be willing to hearken unto me, Then will I yet further plague you seven times according to your sins;

Forty years, loathed I that generation, So I said - A people going astray in heart, they are, Even they, have not known my ways! And I sware in mine anger, - Verily they shall not enter into my rest.

Thus, saith Yahweh of hosts, God of Israel, Ye yourselves, saw all the calamity which I brought in upon Jerusalem, and upon all the cities of Judah, - and there they are, a desolation this day, and there is not in them an inhabitant: because of their wickedness which they committed, provoking me to anger, by going to burn incense, to serve other gods, whom they had not known, they, ye nor your fathers;

but they hearkened not neither inclined their ear, by turning from their wickedness, - so as not to burn incense to other gods. Therefore were mine indignation and mine anger poured out, and a fire was kindled in the cities of Judah and in the streets of Jerusalem, - and they became waste and desolate, as at this day.


Ye, therefore, beloved, taking note beforehand, be on your guard, lest, with the error of the impious being led away, ye fall from your own steadfastness;

Yahweh will not be willing to forgive him, but, then, will the anger of Yahweh and his jealousy smoke against that man, and all the oath that is written in this scroll, shall settle down upon him, - and Yahweh wipe out his name from under the heavens;

Beware, lest ye excuse yourselves from him that speaketh; for, if, they escaped not, who excused themselves from him who on earth was warning, how much less, shall, we, who from him that warneth from the heavens, do turn ourselves away:

Give ye to Yahweh your God - glory, Before he cause darkness, and Before your feet stumble upon the twilight mountains; Lest, when ye wait for light, He turn it into the shadow of death, And change it for thick darkness.

So Jonah began to enter into the city, one day's journey, - and he cried out and said - Yet forty days, and, Nineveh, is to be overthrown!

But, if ye hearken not unto the voice of Yahweh, but rebel against the bidding of Yahweh, then will the hand of Yahweh continue to be against you, and against your fathers.

When ye forsake Yahweh, and serve the gods of a stranger, then will he turn, and inflict on you calamity, and consume you, after that he hath dealt well with you.

Wherefore, hear ye the word of Yahweh, Ye men who scoff, - Ye rulers of this people that is in Jerusalem.

And it came to pass when they had brought them forth outside, that they said, Escape for thy life, Look not behind thee, neither stand still in all the vale, - To the mountain, escape thou lest thou be swept away.


And, they who are of Christ Jesus, have crucified, the flesh, with its susceptibilities and covetings.

With Christ, have I been crucified; and, living no longer, am, I, but, living in me, is, Christ, - while, so far as I now do live in flesh, by faith, I live - The faith in the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself up in my behalf.

If ye have died, together with Christ, from the first principles of the world, why, as though alive in the world, are ye submitting to decrees, -

Who, our sins, himself, bare up, in his body, unto the tree, in order that we, from our sins getting away, in righteousness, might live, - by whose stripes, ye have been healed;

Faithful, the saying - for, If we have died together, we shall also live together,

So, ye also, be reckoning yourselves to be - dead indeed unto sin, but, alive unto God in Christ Jesus.

Far be it! we who have died unto sin, how, any longer, shall we live therein?

For, he that hath died, hath become righteously acquitted from his sin.

For ye have died, and, your life, is hid, together with the Christ, in God, -


Wherefore God gave them up in the covetings of their hearts unto impurity, so as to be dishonouring their bodies among them, -

And be not ye like your fathers, or like your brethren, who acted unfaithfully with Yahweh, God of your fathers, - who therefore delivered them up for an astonishment, as, ye yourselves, can see.

Lo! your house is left to you;

But, the spirit of Yahweh, departed from Saul, - and there terrified him a sad spirit, from Yahweh.

And she said - The Philistines, are upon thee, Samson! And he awoke out of his sleep, and said - I will go out now, as time after time, and shake myself free: he, not knowing, that, Yahweh, had departed from him.

Then Saul enquired of Yahweh, but Yahweh answered him not, - neither by Dreams, nor by the Lights, nor by prophets.

So then I let them go on in the stubbornness of their own heart, - They might walk in their own counsels!

Then, will they call me, but I will not answer, they will seek me diligently, but shall not find me.

But God, turned, and delivered them up to be doing divine service unto the host of heaven, - just as it is written in a book of the prophets - Victims and sacrifices did ye offer unto me, forty years in the desert, O house of Israel?


And, in the fourth generation, shall they return hither, - for not complete, is the iniquity of the Amorites, as yet,

For the sake of mine own Name, will I defer mine anger, And for my praise, will I restrain myself towards thee, - So as not to cut thee off.

Spirits unyielding at one time, when the longsuffering of God was holding forth a welcome in the days of Noah, there being in preparation an ark - going into which, a few, that is eight, souls, were brought safely through by means of water, -

Hast thou seen that Allah hath humbled himself, before me? Because he hath humbled himself before me, I will not bring in the calamity in his days, In the days of his son, will I bring in the calamity upon his house.

Notwithstanding, in thine own days, will I not do it, for the sake of David thy father, - out of the hand of thy son, will I rend it.

Then was Yahweh gracious unto them, and had compassion upon them, and turned unto them, for the sake of his covenant with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, - and was not willing to destroy them, nor to cast them off from his presence, as yet.

Because sentence against a wicked work is not executed speedily - on this account, the heart of the sons of men is fully set within them, to commit wickedness.

And he said unto the vine-dresser - Lo! three years, I come, seeking fruit in this fig-tree, and find none. Cut it down! Why doth it make, even the round useless? And, he, answering, saith unto him - Sir! let it alone this year also, until such time as I dig about it, and throw in manure, -

and if it may bear fruit for the future; -- but, otherwise, certainly, thou shalt cut it down.


For this cause, many among you are weak and sickly; and, not a few, are falling asleep.

Even all his days, are spent in darkness and mourning, - and he is very morose, and is sad and angry.

And if, my statutes, ye refuse, And, my regulations, your souls shall abhor, - So that ye will not do all my commandments, But shall break my covenant I also, will do this unto you - I will set over you, for terror, consumption and fever, Causing the eyes to fail and the soul to pine away, - And ye shall sow, in vain, your seed, for it shall be eaten by your foes.

even every disease and, every plague, which are not written in this scroll of the law, will Yahweh bring up against thee, until thou art destroyed,

also, thyself, with sore diseases, with disease of thy bowels,-until thy bowels shall fall out, by reason of the disease, in a year added to a year.

The perverse, by reason of their transgression, and on account of their iniquities, are afflicted; All manner of food, their soul abhorreth, and so they draw near unto the gates of death,

Moreover also, I, have made thee sick with smiting thee, - laying thee waste because of thy sins.


But Peter said - Ananias! wherefore did Satan fill thy heart, that thou shouldst deal falsely with the Holy Spirit, and keep back part of the price of the field?

Ye stiff-necked and uncircumcised in hearts and in ears, ye, always, against the Holy Spirit, do strive! As your fathers, ye also:

And be not grieving the Holy Spirit of God, wherewith ye have been sealed unto a day of redemption;

But, whosoever shall revile against the Holy Spirit, hath no forgiveness, unto times age-abiding, - but is guilty of an age-abiding sin:

Of how much sorer punishment, suppose ye, shall he be accounted worthy, who hath trampled underfoot the Son of God, and, the blood of the covenant, hath esteemed, a profane thing, by which he had been made holy, and, unto the Spirit of favour, hath offered wanton insult?

But, they, rebelled, and grieved his Holy Spirit, - And so he turned against them as an enemy, he himself, fought against them.

Wherefore, I say unto you, All sin and profane speaking, shall be forgiven unto men, - but, the speaking profanely of the Spirit, shall not be forgiven;

The Spirit, do not quench,

If one should see his brother committing a sin, not unto death, he shall ask, and He will grant unto him life, - for them who are sinning, not unto death. There, is, a sin, unto death: not concerning that, am I saying, that he should make request.


They sowed, wheat, but thorns, have they reaped, They have put themselves to pain they shall not be profited, - Yea turn ye pale at your produce, Because if the glow of the anger of Yahweh.

Wherefore should ye spend, Money, for that which is not bread? Or your labour, for that which, satisfieth not? Keep on hearkening unto me, And, so eat that which is good, And let your soul take exquisite delight in fatness:

He sang before men, and said, I sinned, and, uprightness, I perverted, yet he requited me not;

The treasures of lawlessness, do not profit, but, righteousness, delivereth from death.

For what shall a man be profited, though, the whole world, he gain, and, his life, he forfeit? Or what shall a man give, in exchange for his life?

For what doth a man profit, who hath gained the whole world, but hath lost, or been made to forfeit, himself?

and turn not aside after vanities, that can neither profit nor deliver, because, vanities, they are.

For there shall be no future for the wicked, The lamp of the lawless, shall go out.

The fashioners of an image - all of them, are emptiness, And, the things they delight in, cannot profit, - And, their, witnesses, they, neither see nor know, That they may be ashamed.


The perverse, by reason of their transgression, and on account of their iniquities, are afflicted;

All the days of the lawless man, he, doth writhe with pain, and, the number of years, is hidden from the tyrant;

Come now! ye wealthy! Weep ye, howling, for your hardships which are coming upon you:

And Samuel said unto Saul, Wherefore hast thou disquieted me, by bringing me up? And Saul said - I am in sore distress, for, the Philistines, are making war against me, and, God, hath turned away from me, and answereth me no more - either by means of the prophets, or by dreams, therefore have I even called for thee, to let me know, what I am to do.

In the morning, thou wilt say - Oh that it were evening! and in the evening, thou wilt say - Oh that it were morning! because of the dread of thy heart which thou wilt dread, and because of the sight of thine eyes which thou wilt see.

Sound discretion, yieldeth favour, but, the way of the treacherous, is rugged.

tribulation and anguish - against every soul of man who worketh out what is base, both of Jew first and of Greek, -

Whithersoever they went out, the hand of Yahweh was found to be against them for misfortune, as spake Yahweh, and as sware Yahweh unto them, - and they were distressed exceedingly.

Destruction and misery, are in their ways,


For this cause, - just as, through one man, sin into the world entered, and through sin, death, - and, so, unto all men death passed through, for that all had sinned; -

In the sweat of thy face, shalt thou eat bread, until thou return to the ground, because therefrom, wast thou taken, - For, dust, thou art, And, unto dust, shalt thou return.

For, the wages of sin, is death; but, God's gift of favour, is life age-abiding, in Christ Jesus our Lord.

but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not cat of it, - for in the day thou eatest thereof, thou shelf die.

for that ye acted unfaithfully against me in the midst of the sons of Israel, regarding the waters of Meribah-Kadesh in the desert of Zin, - for that ye hallowed me not in the midst of the sons of Israel.

Thus died Saul, for his unfaithfulness wherewith he dealt unfaithfully against Yahweh, over the word of Yahweh, which he kept not, - and, also, in asking by necromancy when he desired to enquire;

A righteous son, turneth to life, but, he that pursueth wickedness, to his own death.

Lo! as for all persons, mine they are, As the person of the father, so also the person of the son, mine they are, - The person that sinneth, the same shall die.


For this cause, - just as, through one man, sin into the world entered, and through sin, death, - and, so, unto all men death passed through, for that all had sinned; -

In the sweat of thy face, shalt thou eat bread, until thou return to the ground, because therefrom, wast thou taken, - For, dust, thou art, And, unto dust, shalt thou return.

For, the wages of sin, is death; but, God's gift of favour, is life age-abiding, in Christ Jesus our Lord.

but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not cat of it, - for in the day thou eatest thereof, thou shelf die.

for that ye acted unfaithfully against me in the midst of the sons of Israel, regarding the waters of Meribah-Kadesh in the desert of Zin, - for that ye hallowed me not in the midst of the sons of Israel.

Thus died Saul, for his unfaithfulness wherewith he dealt unfaithfully against Yahweh, over the word of Yahweh, which he kept not, - and, also, in asking by necromancy when he desired to enquire;

A righteous son, turneth to life, but, he that pursueth wickedness, to his own death.

Lo! as for all persons, mine they are, As the person of the father, so also the person of the son, mine they are, - The person that sinneth, the same shall die.


Then tame the people of Israel unto Moses and said - We have sinned in that we spake against Yahweh and against thee, Pray thou unto Yahweh, that he may take from us the serpent. So Moses prayed for the people.

Though, our iniquities, have testified against us, O Yahweh, effectually work thou for the sake of thy Name, - For our apostasies have abounded Against thee, have we sinned.

and said, O my God, I turn pale and am ashamed, to lift up, O my God, my face unto thee, - for, our iniquities, have multiplied above the head, and our guilt hath magnified itself unto the heavens.

Then did the sons of Israel make outcry unto Yahweh, saying, - We have sinned against thee, because we have forsaken our God, and have served the Baals.

So they gathered themselves unto Mizpah, and drew water, and poured it out before Yahweh, and fasted on that day, and said, there, We have sinned against Yahweh. And Samuel judged the sons of Israel in Mizpah.

Let, I pray thee, thine ears be attentive and thine eyes open - to hearken unto the prayer of thy servant - -which, I, am praying before thee now, day and night, for the sons of Israel, thy servants, - -and making confession concerning the sins of the sons of Israel, which we have committed against thee, both I and the house of my father, have sinned.

For our transgressions have multiplied before thee, And flour sins have witnessed against us, - For, our transgressions, are with us, And as for our iniquities, we acknowledge them:

Why are, well sitting still? Gather yourselves together and let us enter the defenced cities And let us be silent there, - For, Yahweh our God, hath put us to silence And made us drink poisoned water, Because we have sinned against Yahweh.

We have sinned and committed iniquity, and been guilty of lawlessness and been rebellious, - even departing from thy commandments, and from thy regulations;


Thou, do not fear, O my Servant Jacob, Urgeth Yahweh, For, with thee, am I: Though I make an end of all the nations whither I have driven thee, Yet of thee, will I not make an end, But will correct thee in measure, And not hold thee, guiltless,

Then Yahweh saw that great, was the wickedness of man in the earth, and that, every purpose of the devices of his heart, was only wicked all the day; and it grieved Yahweh, that he had made man in the earth, - and he took sorrow unto his heart. And Yahweh said - I must wipe off man whom I created from off the face of the ground, from man unto beast unto creeping thing, and unto the bird of the heavens, - for I am grieved that I made them.

But if they will not hearken, Then will I Uproot that nation, Uproot, that I may destroy, - Declareth Yahweh.

Not for thine own righteousness, nor for the uprightness of thine own heart, art thou going in to possess their land, - but or the lawlessness of these nations, is, Yahweh thy God driving them out from before thee, and that he may establish the word which Yahweh sware unto thy fathers, unto Abraham, unto Isaac, and unto Jacob.

Arise, get thee to Nineveh the great city, and proclaim unto it, - that their wickedness, hath come up, before me.

And all flesh ceased to breathe that moved on the earth, of birds and of tame-beasts and of wild-beasts, and of all the swarming things that swarm on the earth, - land all mankind. All in whose nostrils was the breath of the spirit of life of all that were on the dry ground died.

But, if ye will not hearken unto me, And will not do all these commandments; And if, my statutes, ye refuse, And, my regulations, your souls shall abhor, - So that ye will not do all my commandments, But shall break my covenant I also, will do this unto you - I will set over you, for terror, consumption and fever, Causing the eyes to fail and the soul to pine away, - And ye shall sow, in vain, your seed, for it shall be eaten by your foes. read more.
And I will set my face against you, And ye shall be smitten before your foes,-And be trodden down by them who hate you, And shall flee when no one is pursuing you. And, if even with these things, ye will not hearken unto me, Then will I yet further correct you seven times, for your sins. So will I break your pomp of power, And will set your heavens as iron, and your land as bronze; And your strength shall be spent in vain, - And your land shall not yield her increase, And the trees of the land, shall not yield their fruit. If therefore, ye will go in opposition to me, And not be willing to hearken unto me, Then will I yet further plague you seven times according to your sins; And will send among you the wild-beast of the field And it shall rob you of your children, And cut off your cattle, And make you few in number; And your roads shall be silent. And, if, by these things, ye will not be corrected by me, - But will go in opposition to me, Then will, I also, go in opposition to you. And, I, even I, will plague you seven times for your sins; And will bring in upon you a sword that shall inflict the covenanted avenging: So shall ye be gathered into your cities, - Then will I send a pestilence into your midst, And ye shall be delivered into the hand of an enemy. When I have broken your staff of bread, then shall ten women bake your bread in one oven, And give back your bread by weight, - And ye shall eat and not be filled. And, if, with this, ye will not hearken to me, - But will go in opposition to me, Then will I go in a rage of opposition to you, - And I, even I, will correct you seven times for your sins; And ye shall eat the flesh of your sons, - Yea, even the flesh of your daughters, shall ye eat. And I will destroy your high places And cut down your sun-pillars, And cast your caresses upon the calluses of your manufactured gods, - Thus shall my soul abhor you. And I will give your cities unto desolation, And make your holy places dumb, - And will find no fragrance in your satisfying odour; And, I, will make the land dumb, And your foes that dwell therein shall regard it with dumb amazement: When, even you, I scatter among the nations, And make bare after you, a sword, Then shall your land become an astonishment, And your cities become a desolation. Then, shall the land be paid her sabbaths, All the days she lieth desolate, While, ye, are in the land of your fees, - Then, shall the land keep sabbath, And pay off her sabbaths: All the days she lieth desolate, shall she keep sabbath, - the which she kept not as your sabbaths, - while ye dwelt thereupon. And as for such as are left of you, Then will I bring faintness into their heart, in the lands of their foes, - So that the sound of a driven leaf shall chase them, And they shall flee as though fleeing from a sword And they shall fall, when no one is pursuing; And they shall stumble one upon another as from before a sword, when, pursuer there is none; And ye shall not have wherewith to stand before your foes; And ye shall perish among the nations, - And the land of your fees shall eat you up;

When, he, giveth quiet, who then shall condemn? And, when he hideth his face, who then shall sing of him? whether unto a nation or unto mankind altogether, That impious men may not reign, nor be ensnarers of the people.

And I will deliver the Egyptians into the hand of a cruel lord, - And a fierce king shall rule over them, Declareth the Lord, Yahweh of hosts.

There hath come in a tumult as far as the end of the earth, For a controversy, hath Yahweh with the nations, Himself, hath entered into judgment with all flesh, - As for the lawless, he hath delivered them to the sword Declareth Yahweh. Thus, saith Yahweh of hosts, Lo calamity! going forth from nation to nation, - And a great tempest, shall bestirred up, out of the remote parts of the earth. Then shall the slain of Yahweh in that day, be from one end of the earth, even unto the other end of the earth, - They shall not be lamented, nor gathered together nor buried, As dung, on the face of the ground, shall they serve. read more.
Howl ye shepherds and make outcry, And roll in the dust ye illustrious of the flock, Because your days for being slaughtered, are fulfilled, - Therefore will I break you in pieces, and ye shall fall like a precious vessel! Then shall place of refuge vanish from the shepherds, And escape from the illustrious of the flock. The voice of the outcry of the shepherds! Yea the howling of the illustrious of the flock! - Because Yahweh is laying waste the grounds where they fed. Then shall be silenced the prosperous pastures, - Because of the fierceness of the anger of Yahweh. He hath left as a lion his covert, For their land hath become a horror, Because of the fierceness of oppression and Because of the fierceness of his anger.

Lo! this became the iniquity of Sodom thy sister, - Pride, fulness of bread, and careless security came to her and to her daughters, And the hand of the oppressed and the needy, she strengthened not. So then they became haughty, and committed abomination before me,- And I took them away. when I saw it ,


Prepare - for his sons - shambles. For the iniquity of their fathers, - They shall not rise nor possess the earth, Nor fill the face of the world with cities.

thou shalt not bow thyself down to them nor be led to serve them - For, I, Yahweh, thy God, am a jealous GOD, visiting the iniquity of fathers upon sons, unto three generations and, unto four, of them that hate me;

Keeping lovingkindness to a thousand generations, Forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin, Though he leave not, utterly unpunished, Visiting the iniquity of fathers, Upon sons, And upon sons' sons, Unto a third and unto a fourth generation.

Yahweh - slow to anger and great in lovingkindness, Forgiving iniquity and transgression: Though he will not leave, wholly unpunished, Visiting the iniquity of fathers upon sons, Upon a third generation, and upon a fourth.

and your sons, shall be shepherds in the desert forty years, and shall bear your unchastities, - until your dead bodies are consumed in the desert.

Shall, GOD, reserve, for his children, his sorrow? Let him recompense him so that he may know it;

Executing lovingkindness unto thousands, But recompensing the iniquity of fathers, into the bosom of their children, after them, Thou GOD, the great the mighty, Yahweh of hosts, is his name:

And they who are left of you, shall melt away in their iniquity, in the lands of your foes; Yea also, in the iniquity of their fathers with them, shall they melt away.


Who rejoice to do wrong, exult in the perversities of the wrongful;

How much less when one is detested and corrupt, a man who drinketh in - like water - perversity.

Though, a sweet taste in his mouth, be given by vice, though he hide it under his tongue;

Thou lovest Evil more than good, Falsehood, more than speaking righteousness. Selah.

Alas! for them Who draw on themselves punishment with cords of falsehood, - And as with waggon-bands, penalty:

Thus, saith Yahweh To this people In this way, have they loved to wander, Their feet, have they not restrained, - Yahweh, therefore hath not accepted them, Now, will he call to mind their iniquity, - That he may punish their sins.

Ye haters of right, and lovers of wrong, - tearing away their skin from off them, and their flesh from off their bones;

And, for this cause, God sendeth them an inworking of error, to the end they should believe in the falsehood, - In order that should be judged who would not believe in the truth, but were well-pleased with the unrighteousness.


Then, Paul, unto him, said - God is about to be smiting thee, thou whited wall! Dost, thou, then sit to judge me according to the law, and, unlawfully, orderest me to be smitten?

Alas for thee, Chorazin! Alas for thee, Bethsaida! Because, if, in Tyre and Zidon, had been done the works of power which have been down in you, of old, in sackcloth and ashes sitting, they would have repented.

Said - O full of all guile, and all recklessness! Son of an adversary! Enemy of all righteousness! - Wilt thou not cease to pervert the straight ways of the Lord?

Alas! for sons who are rebellious, Declareth Yahweh. Executing a purpose, but not from me, And pouring out a libation but not from my spirit, - That they may add sin to sin:

Which of the prophets, did not your fathers persecute? Yea they slew them who declared beforehand concerning the coming of the Righteous One - of whom, now, ye, have become, betrayers and murderers!

Serpents! broods of vipers! how should ye flee from the judgment of gehenna?

But, seeing, many of the Pharisees and Sadducees, coming unto his immersion, he said to them, - Broods of vipers! who suggested to you, to be fleeing from the coming wrath?

Therefore behold me! gathering together all thy lovers unto whom thou didst make thyself pleasant, Even all whom thou lovedst, With all whom thou hatedst, - Yea I will gather them together unto thee from every side And will uncover thy shame unto them, And they shall see all thy shame.

saying unto them - It is written, And, my house, shall be, a house of prayer; but, ye, have made, it, a den of robbers.


Unto them, on the other hand, who are of contention, and are not yielding unto the truth, but are yielding unto unrighteousness, anger and wrath,

And it shall come to pass, at that time, that I will search through Jerusalem, with lamps, - and will punish the men who are thickened upon their lees, who are saying in their heart, Yahweh, will not give blessing, neither will he bring calamity.

And, that servant, who had come to know the will of his lord, and neither prepared, nor wrought unto his will, shall be beaten with many stripes;

Of how much sorer punishment, suppose ye, shall he be accounted worthy, who hath trampled underfoot the Son of God, and, the blood of the covenant, hath esteemed, a profane thing, by which he had been made holy, and, unto the Spirit of favour, hath offered wanton insult?

And I will visit, upon the inhabited earth, calamity!, And upon the lawless, their punishment, And will quiet the arrogance of the proud, And the loftiness of tyrants, will I lay low.

For lo! Yahweh, is coming forth out of his place, To visit the iniquity of earths inhabitant upon him, - Therefore shall the earth unveil her shed-blood, And throw a covering, no longer over her slain.

According to their deeds, accordingly, will he repay, Indignation to his adversaries, Recompense to his enemies, - To the Coastlands - recompense, will he repay:

Yet will I bring punishment upon you according to the fruit of your doings, Declareth Yahweh, - and will kindle a fire in her forest, and it shall devour all things round about her.


Now, therefore, make confession unto Yahweh God of your fathers, and do his pleasure, - and separate yourselves from the peoples of the land, and from the foreign women.

And Aaron shall lean his two hands upon the head of the living goat, and confess over him, all the iniquities of the sons of Israel, and all their transgressions, to the extent of all their sins, - and shall put them upon the head of the goat, and then send him away, by the hand of a man appointed towards the desert:

Only, acknowledge thine iniquity, that against Yahweh thy God, hast thou transgressed, - and hast gone hither and thither unto foreigners under every green tree, and unto my voice, ye have not hearkened Declareth Yahweh.

If we are confessing our sins, faithful, is he and, righteous - that he should forgive us our sins, and cleanse us from all unrighteousness.

He that covereth his transgressions, shall not prosper, but, he that confesseth and forsaketh, shall find compassion.

Then shall they confess their iniquity, And the iniquity of their fathers, In their unfaithfulness wherewith they had been unfaithful towards me; Yea moreover, because they had gone in opposition to me,

then shall they confess their sin which they have done, and he shall make good that wherein he is guilty, in the principal thereof, and the fifth part thereof, shall he add thereunto, - and give to him against whom he is guilty,

He sang before men, and said, I sinned, and, uprightness, I perverted, yet he requited me not;


Wilt thou hide me, From the conclave of evil-doers, From the crowd of workers of iniquity.

For, every work, will God bring into judgment, with every hidden thing, - whether good, or evil.

For, whosoever doth practise corrupt things, hateth the light, and cometh not unto the light, lest his works should be reproved;

In the day on which God judgeth the secrets of men according to my glad-message through Christ Jesus.

Then fell upon me the Spirit of Yahweh, and he said unto me Say - Thus, saith Yahweh, Thus have ye said O house of Israel, Yea the things that come up on your spirit, know every one.

Mistakes, who perceiveth? From things that are hidden, acquit me:

Then said he unto me, Hast thou seen Son of man what the elders of the house of Israel, are doing in the dark, every man in his image-chambers? for they are saying - Yahweh doth not see us! Yahweh hath forsaken the land!

Would not, God, have searched into this, Seeing that, he, knoweth the secrets of the heart?

For, of the secret things which are brought to pass by them, it is, shameful, even to speak!

Then do not fear them, - for, nothing hath been covered, which shall not be, uncovered, and, hidden, which shall not be, made known.

For there is no secret, which shall not be made, manifest; neither a hidden thing, which shall in anywise not be made known, or not come, where it can be seen.

But, nothing, hath been, covered up, which shall not be uncovered, and hidden, which shall not be made known. Because, as many things as, in the darkness, ye have said, in the light, shall be heard; and, what to the ear ye spake, in the chambers, shall be proclaimed on the housetops.

Thou hast set, Our iniquities before thee, Our secret near the luminary of thy face.


Then came the sons of Israel the whole assembly, into the desert of Zin in the first month, and the people dwelt in Kadesh, - and Miriam died there, and was buried there.

So then the boundary of the tribe of the sons of Judah, by their families, - reached unto the boundary of Edom, the desert of Zin southward, on the extreme south;

for that ye acted unfaithfully against me in the midst of the sons of Israel, regarding the waters of Meribah-Kadesh in the desert of Zin, - for that ye hallowed me not in the midst of the sons of Israel.

And they brake up from Eziongeber, - and encamped in the desert of Zin, the same, is Kadesh.

because ye resisted my bidding - in the desert of Zin when the assembly contended, - that ye should hallow me regarding the waters, before their eyes, - the same, were the waters of Meribah, of Kadesh in the desert of Zin.

So they went up, and spied out the land, - from the wilderness of Zin unto Rehob at the entering in of Hamath.

Ye shall therefore have a south corner, from the desert of Zin, on the side of Edom, - so shall ye have a south boundary, from the end of the salt sea, eastward:


And Moses saw the people, that unbridled, they were, - for Aaron had given them the rein, for a whispering, among their enemies.

All the day, is my confusion before me, And, the shame of my face, hath covered me:

and said, O my God, I turn pale and am ashamed, to lift up, O my God, my face unto thee, - for, our iniquities, have multiplied above the head, and our guilt hath magnified itself unto the heavens.

and, many of the sleepers in the dusty ground, shall awake, - these, shall be to age-abiding life, but, those, to reproach, and age-abiding abhorrence;

And he said, The sound of thee, heard I in the garden, and I was afraid, for, naked, was I, so I hid myself.

and will give unto you reproach age-abiding, - and disgrace age-abiding, which shall not be forgotten.

There, are the princes of the-North lull of them, and all the Zidonians, Who have descended with them who were thrust through. By reason of the terror they caused, of their might, are they ashamed, So they have lain down uncircumcised. With them who were thrust through by the sword, And they have bowed their confusion with them who descend into the pit.

They who hate thee, shall be clothed with shame, but, the tent of the lawless, shall not be!


And, Adam, was not deceived, whereas, the woman, having been wholly deceived, hath come to be, in transgression;

For, even we, used, at one time, to be - thoughtless, unyielding, deceived, in servitude unto manifold covetings and pleasures, in malice and envy, leading on, detestable, hating one another.

And the wild-beast, was taken, and, with him, the false prophet who wrought the signs before him, whereby he deceived them who received the mark of the wild-beast and them who were doing homage unto his image, - alive, were they two cast into the lake of fire that burneth with brimstone.

That ye were to strip off - as regardeth the former behaviour - the old man, who corrupteth himself according to his deceitful covetings,

But be exhorting one another, on each successive day, - while the To-day is being named! lest any from among you be hardened by the deceitfulness of sin.

For, sin, - taking occasion - through the commandment, completely deceived me and, through it, slew me:

Whereas, wicked men and howling impostors, will force their way to the worse, deceiving and being deceived.


Now, the sting of death, is, sin, and, the power of sin, is, the law; -

The faith which thou hast, have to thyself before God: happy, he that bringeth not judgment upon himself by that which he approveth; But, he that is in doubt, if he eat, hath condemned himself, - because, it was not of faith, and, everything which is not of faith, is sin.

To him, therefore, who knoweth how to be doing, a right thing, and is not doing it, it is, sin, unto him.

The purpose of folly, is sin, and, an abomination to mankind, is a buffoon.

All unrighteousness, is, sin, and there, is, a sin, not unto death.

Loftiness of eyes, and ambition of heart - the lamp of the lawless, are sin.

When thou shalt vow a vow unto Yahweh thy God, thou shalt not delay to make it good, - for Yahweh thy God would, require, it of thee, and it should be in thee sin.


He that saith to the lawless man, Righteous, thou art, peoples shall denounce him, populations shall curse him;

Who, indeed, having acknowledged the righteous sentence of God, - that, they who such things as these do practise, are worthy of death, not only, the same things, are doing, but are even delighting together with them who are practising them .

He that justifieth the lawless, and he that condemneth the righteous, an abomination to Yahweh, are they, both.

They who forsake instruction, praise one who is lawless, while, they who keep instruction, are at strife with them.

Alas! for them Who call evil good and good evil, - Who put darkness for light and light for darkness, Who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.

Ye have wearied Yahweh with your words, and yet ye say, Wherein have we been wearisome? When ye have said, Everyone who doeth wrong, is right in the eyes of Yahweh, and, in them, he hath taken delight, or, Where is the God of justice?

Because of the paining of the heart the righteous man with falsehood, whom, I, have not pained, - And strengthening the hands of the lawless man, that he should not turn from his wicked way. by letting him live


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,

Beloved! I exhort you, as sojourners and pilgrims, to abstain from fleshly covetings, such as take the field against the soul;

That ye were to strip off - as regardeth the former behaviour - the old man, who corrupteth himself according to his deceitful covetings,

In whom, ye have also been circumcised with a circumcision not done by hand, in the despoiling of the body of flesh, in the circumcision of the Christ, -

He that covereth his transgressions, shall not prosper, but, he that confesseth and forsaketh, shall find compassion.

Let the lawless forsake his way, And the man of iniquity, his thoughts, - And let him return unto Yahweh That he may have compassion upon him, And unto our God, For he will abundantly pardon.

If, iniquity, be in thy hand, Put it far away, and let there not dwell in thy tents perversity,


And he said unto them - Ye, are they who justify themselves before men, but, God, knoweth your hearts; because, that which amongst men is lofty, is an abomination before God.

For an abomination unto Yahweh thy God, is every one that doeth these things, - every one that doeth unjustly.

And, when the time of mourning had passed, David sent and received her into his house, and she became his wife, and bare him a son. But the thing which David had done was wicked in the eyes of Yahweh.

For, not a GOD finding pleasure in lawlessness, art thou, and wrong can be no guest of thine:

Yahweh, putteth, the righteous, to the test, - But the lawless one and the lover of violence, his soul doth hate.

These six things, doth Yahweh hate, yea, seven, are the abomination of his soul: -

And let, no man, devise, the injury of his neighbour, in your heart, and the oath of falsehood, do not love, - for, all these, are things which I hate, declareth Yahweh.



My dear children! these things, am I writing unto you, in order that ye may not be committing sin. And, if anyone should commit sin, an Advocate, have we, with the Father, Jesus Christ, the Righteous;

Be ye angry, and not committing sin, let not the sun be going down upon your angry mood,

Let not sin, therefore, reign in your death-doomed body, that ye should be obedient to its covetings; Neither be presenting your members as weapons of unrighteousness unto sin, but present yourselves unto God as though alive from among the dead, and your members as weapons of righteousness unto God;

Hands, suddenly, upon no one, lay, neither have fellowship with sins of strangers: thyself, keep, chaste: -

After these things, Jesus findeth him, in the temple, and said unto him - See! thou hast become, well: - No more, be committing sin, lest, some worse thing, do thee befall.

Wake up to sobriety, in righteousness, and be not committing sin; for some have, an ignorance of God: for shame, unto you, am I speaking!


And, another, a third messenger, followed them, saying with a loud voice - If anyone doeth homage unto the beast and his image, and receiveth a mark upon his forehead, or upon his hand,

And the first departed, and poured out his bowl unto the earth; and there came to be a baneful and painful ulcer, upon the men who had the mark of the beast, and them who were doing homage unto his image.

And the wild-beast, was taken, and, with him, the false prophet who wrought the signs before him, whereby he deceived them who received the mark of the wild-beast and them who were doing homage unto his image, - alive, were they two cast into the lake of fire that burneth with brimstone.

The show of their face, hath answered against them, And their sin - like Sodom, have they told, they have not concealed it. Alas for their souls! For they have requited to themselves, calamity.

A lawless man emboldeneth his face, but, as for the upright, he, directeth his ways.

And he causeth all - the small and the great, and the rich and the poor, and the free and the bond, - that they should give unto them a mark, upon their right hand or upon their forehead;


I will not set before mine eyes, a vile thing, - The doing of them who fall away, I hate, It shall not cleave unto me;

And, righteous Lot, when getting worn out by the behaviour of them who were impious in wantonness, he rescued -

Out of thy precepts, will I get understanding, For this cause, do I hate every false way.

[SAMECH] Half-hearted ones, do I hate, but, thy law, do I love.

For, faithfulness, shall my mouth softly utter, but, the abomination of my lips, shall be lawlessness;

The reverence of Yahweh, is to hate wickedness: pride, arrogance, and the way of wickedness; And a mouth of perverse things, do I hate.

For, that which I am working out, I do not approve, - for not, what I wish, the same I practise, but, what I hate, the same I do:


Then heard they the sound of Yahweh God, walking to and fro in the garden at the breeze of the day, - so he hid himself - the man with his wife, from the face of Yahweh God, amid the trees of the garden.

When I saw among the spoil a certain goodly mantle of Babylonia and two hundred shekels of silver and a certain wedge of gold - fifty shekels the weight thereof, then I coveted them, then I took them, - and, there they are, hid in the earth, in the midst of my tent, and the silver under it.

Alas! for sons who are rebellious, Declareth Yahweh. Executing a purpose, but not from me, And pouring out a libation but not from my spirit, - That they may add sin to sin:

And the sons of Israel did, secretly, things which were not right, against Yahweh their God, - and built for themselves high places in all their cities, from the watchmen's tower, to the fortified city.

He that covereth his transgressions, shall not prosper, but, he that confesseth and forsaketh, shall find compassion.

Alas! for them who would fain have been too deep for Yahweh by giving secret counsel, - and therefore in the dark, have been their doings, and they have said Who can see us? and - Who can understand us?

Then said he unto me, Hast thou seen Son of man what the elders of the house of Israel, are doing in the dark, every man in his image-chambers? for they are saying - Yahweh doth not see us! Yahweh hath forsaken the land!


Who, indeed, having acknowledged the righteous sentence of God, - that, they who such things as these do practise, are worthy of death, not only, the same things, are doing, but are even delighting together with them who are practising them .

Had I not come and spoken unto them, Sin, had they none; but, now, have they no, excuse, for their sin.

As, a dog, returneth onto his own vomit, a dullard, repeateth his folly.

To him, therefore, who knoweth how to be doing, a right thing, and is not doing it, it is, sin, unto him.

Inasmuch as, having come to know God, not, as God, did they glorify him, or give him thanks, but were made fruitless in their reasonings, and darkened was their undiscerning heart,

Jesus said unto them - If, blind, ye had been, ye had not had sin; but, now, ye say, We see, your sin, abideth.

For, if, by choice, we be sinning, after the receiving of the full-knowledge of the truth, no longer, for sins, is there left over, a sacrifice,

And, that servant, who had come to know the will of his lord, and neither prepared, nor wrought unto his will, shall be beaten with many stripes; Whereas, he who had not come to know, and did things worthy of stripes, shall be beaten with few stripes. And, every one to whom was given much, much, shall be sought from him; and, he to whom they committed much, for more than common, will they ask him.

If, however, thou, art taking the name of Jew, and resting thyself upon law, and boasting in God, And art taking note of his will, and testing the things that differ - when receiving oral instruction out of the law, Art persuaded, moreover, that, thou thyself, art - a guide of the blind, a light of them that are in darkness, read more.
A trainer of the simple, a teacher of babes, having the forming of knowledge and truth in the law, - Thou, therefore, that art teaching someone else, thyself, art thou not teaching? Thou that proclaimest - Do not steal! Art thou, stealing? That sayest - Do not commit adultery! Art thou, committing adultery? That abhorrest sacrilege, Art thou, robbing temples? That in law dost boast, Through the transgression of the law, art thou dishonouring God?

For, better, had it been for them - not to have obtained a personal knowledge of the way of righteousness, than, having obtained such knowledge, to turn back out of the holy commandment delivered unto them. There hath befallen them the thing spoken of in the true proverb - A dog, turning back unto his own vomit, and - A sow, as soon as washed, unto wallowing in mire.


Mistakes, who perceiveth? From things that are hidden, acquit me:

And the sons of Israel did, secretly, things which were not right, against Yahweh their God, - and built for themselves high places in all their cities, from the watchmen's tower, to the fortified city.

Alas! for them who would fain have been too deep for Yahweh by giving secret counsel, - and therefore in the dark, have been their doings, and they have said Who can see us? and - Who can understand us?

Then said he unto me, Hast thou seen Son of man what the elders of the house of Israel, are doing in the dark, every man in his image-chambers? for they are saying - Yahweh doth not see us! Yahweh hath forsaken the land!

He breaketh, in the dark, into houses, - By day, they lock themselves in, They know not the light;

For, of the secret things which are brought to pass by them, it is, shameful, even to speak!

Thou hast set, Our iniquities before thee, Our secret near the luminary of thy face.


But I behold a diverse law in my members, warring against the law of my mind and taking me captive in the law of sin which existeth in my members: -

His own iniquities, shall entrap him with the lawless, and, by the cords of his own sin, shall he be seized.

Jesus answered them, Verily, verily, I say unto you: Every one who committeth sin, is, a slave, of sin:

For see that thou servest as a gall-root of bitterness, and a bond of unrighteousness.

Know ye not that, unto whom ye are presenting yourselves as servants for obedience, servants ye are unto him unto whom ye are obedient, whether of sin unto death or of obedience unto righteousness?

And they should wake up to sobriety out of, the adversary's, snare, - though they have been taken alive by him for, that one's, will.

Promising, freedom to them, they themselves, being all the while, slaves of corruption, - for, by whom one hath been defeated, by the same, hath he become enslaved, -


For, every work, will God bring into judgment, with every hidden thing, - whether good, or evil.

But, if ye shall not do this, lo! ye will have sinned against Yahweh, - and take note of your sin, that it will find you out.

So then, not before the fitting time, be judging anything, - until the Lord shall come, who will both bring to light the hidden things of darkness, and make manifest the counsels of the hearts; and, then, the praise shall come to each one, from God.

The heavens shall reveal his iniquity, and, the earth, be rising up against him:

Hatred may clothe itself with guile, his wickedness shall be disclosed in the convocation.

But, nothing, hath been, covered up, which shall not be uncovered, and hidden, which shall not be made known.


Whom God hath set forth as a propitiatory covering, through faith in his blood, for a showing forth of his righteousness, by reason of the passing-by of the previously committed sins,

And, nearly, all things, with blood, are purified, according to the law, and, apart from blood-shedding, cometh no remission.

And Peter said unto them - Repent ye, and let each one of you be immersed, in the name of Jesus Christ, into the remission of your sins, - and ye shall receive the free-gift of the Holy Spirit;

And that repentance for remission of sins should be proclaimed upon his name unto all the nations, - beginning from Jerusalem.

For, this, is my blood of the covenant, which, for many, is to be poured out, for remission of sins.

and he came into all the country about the Jordan, proclaiming an immersion of repentance into remission of sins:

But, wherever a remission of these is, there is, no further, offering, for sins.


thou shalt not bow thyself down to them nor be led to serve them - For, I, Yahweh, thy God, am a jealous GOD, visiting the iniquity of fathers upon sons, unto three generations and, unto four, of them that hate me;

and your sons, shall be shepherds in the desert forty years, and shall bear your unchastities, - until your dead bodies are consumed in the desert.

For, Yahweh, loveth justice, and will not forsake his men of lovingkindness, Unto times age-abiding, have the perverse been destroyed, - and the seed of the lawless, been cut off.

As for them who go down to the stones of the Pit, Thou shalt not be united with them in burial; For thy land, thou didst ruin Thy people, didst slay, - Unnamed to times ago-abiding, Be the seed of the wicked!

The house of the lawless, shall be destroyed, but, the tent of the upright, shall flourish.

Our fathers, sinned, and are not, and, we, their iniquities, have borne.


For I know how numerous are your transgressions, and how surpassing your sins, - ye adversaries of the righteous! ye acceptors of a bribe! Even the needy in the gate, have they turned away!

Then fell upon me the Spirit of Yahweh, and he said unto me Say - Thus, saith Yahweh, Thus have ye said O house of Israel, Yea the things that come up on your spirit, know every one.

For mine own eyes are upon all their ways, they have not been hid from my face - neither hath their iniquity been concealed from being straight before mine eyes.

If I have sinned, then couldst thou watch me, and, from mine iniquity, thou wouldst not acquit me:

For, now, my steps, thou countest, Thou wilt not pass over my sin:

For though thou wash thee with nitre, And take thee much soap, Yet is thine iniquity inscribed before me Declareth My Lord Yahweh.

And they say not to their own hearts, that, all their wickedness, I remember, now, have their doings, beset them about, right before my face, have they been done.


Wherefore, I say unto you, All sin and profane speaking, shall be forgiven unto men, - but, the speaking profanely of the Spirit, shall not be forgiven; And, whosoever shall speak a word against the Son of Man, it shall be forgiven him, - but, whosoever shall speak against the Holy Spirit, it shall not be forgiven him, either in this age, or the coming.

Verily, I say unto you - All things shall be forgiven unto the sons of men, - the sins and the profanities wherewithal they shall profane; But, whosoever shall revile against the Holy Spirit, hath no forgiveness, unto times age-abiding, - but is guilty of an age-abiding sin:

And, whosoever shall say a word against the Son of Man, it shall be forgiven him; but, unto him who, against the Holy Spirit, speaketh profanely, it shall not be forgiven.

For it is impossible - as to these who have been, once for all, illuminated, who have tasted also of the heavenly free-gift, and have been made, partners, in a Holy Spirit, And have tasted God's utterance to be, sweet, mighty works also of a coming age, And who have fallen away, again, to be remoulding them into repentance; seeing they are again crucifying unto themselves the Son of God, and holding him up as an example. read more.
For, land, which hath drunk in, the rain, thereupon ofttimes coming, and which bringeth forth vegetation fit for them for whom it is even cultivated, partaketh of a blessing from God; But, should it be bringing forth thorns and briars, it is disapproved, and, unto cursing, nigh, - whose end is for burning.

For, if, by choice, we be sinning, after the receiving of the full-knowledge of the truth, no longer, for sins, is there left over, a sacrifice, But some fearful reception of judgment and fiery jealousy, about to devour the opposers. Any one having set aside a law of Moses, apart from compassions, upon the testimony of two or three witnesses, dieth: read more.
Of how much sorer punishment, suppose ye, shall he be accounted worthy, who hath trampled underfoot the Son of God, and, the blood of the covenant, hath esteemed, a profane thing, by which he had been made holy, and, unto the Spirit of favour, hath offered wanton insult?

If one should see his brother committing a sin, not unto death, he shall ask, and He will grant unto him life, - for them who are sinning, not unto death. There, is, a sin, unto death: not concerning that, am I saying, that he should make request. All unrighteousness, is, sin, and there, is, a sin, not unto death.


And, when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was desirable to the eyes and the tree was pleasant to make one knowing, then took she of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and she gave to her husband also, along with her, and he did eat.

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;

When I saw among the spoil a certain goodly mantle of Babylonia and two hundred shekels of silver and a certain wedge of gold - fifty shekels the weight thereof, then I coveted them, then I took them, - and, there they are, hid in the earth, in the midst of my tent, and the silver under it.

There is a way that enticeth a man, but, at the latter end thereof, are the ways of death!

Stolen waters, will be sweet, - and a secret meal, will be pleasant;

But, each one, is tempted, when, by his own coveting, he is drawn out and enticed,


And it come to pass, as though it had been too light a thing that he should walk in the sins of Jeroboam son of Nebat, that he took to wife Jezebel, daughter of Ethbaal, king of the Zidonians, and went and served Baal, and bowed down to him.

How happy the man, who hath not walked in the counsel of the lawless, - and, in the way of sinners, hath not stood, and, in the seat of scoffers, hath not sat;

Who have prepared e their tongue as their bow of falsehood, And, not by faithfulness, have they become mighty in the land, - For from wickedness unto wickedness, have they gone forth, But me, have they not known, Declareth Yahweh.

Now, therefore they go on to sin, and have made them a Molten Thing out of their silver, after the notion of idols, the workmanship of craftsmen, all of it! Of them, are they saying - Ye sacrificers of men! The Great Calf, shall ye surely kiss!

Alas! for sons who are rebellious, Declareth Yahweh. Executing a purpose, but not from me, And pouring out a libation but not from my spirit, - That they may add sin to sin:

Whereas, wicked men and howling impostors, will force their way to the worse, deceiving and being deceived.

Alas! for them Who draw on themselves punishment with cords of falsehood, - And as with waggon-bands, penalty:

and so it come to pass while he is hearing the words of this oath, that he will bless himself in his heart - saying, Prosperity, shall I have, although in the stubbornness of my heart, I go on, - so that the drunkenness addeth to the thirst:

Then shalt thou say unto them, - For that your fathers forsook, me, Declareth Yahweh, And walked after other gods, and served them, and bowed down to them, - Whereas me, they forsook And my law, kept they not; And, ye, have done more wickedly than your fathers, - for look at you! walking every man after the stubbornness of his wicked heart, so as not to hearken unto me,


My dear children! these things, am I writing unto you, in order that ye may not be committing sin. And, if anyone should commit sin, an Advocate, have we, with the Father, Jesus Christ, the Righteous;

Wash you make you clean, Put away the wickedness of your doings from before mine eyes, - Cease to do evil.

After these things, Jesus findeth him, in the temple, and said unto him - See! thou hast become, well: - No more, be committing sin, lest, some worse thing, do thee befall.


Let not sin, therefore, reign in your death-doomed body, that ye should be obedient to its covetings;

Wake up to sobriety, in righteousness, and be not committing sin; for some have, an ignorance of God: for shame, unto you, am I speaking!


For, to a man who is good before him, hath he given wisdom and knowledge and gladness, - whereas, to the sinner, he hath given employment, to gather and heap up, to give to one who is good before God, even this, was vanity, and a feeding on wind.

Doing wrong themselves, for a reward of wrong, accounting, a delight, their day-time delicacy, spots and blemishes, indulging in delicacies with their stratagems, as they carouse together with you,

For, if the word through messengers spoken became firm, and, every transgression and disobedience received a just recompense,

For, the wages of sin, is death; but, God's gift of favour, is life age-abiding, in Christ Jesus our Lord.

Let no one trust in him that - by vanity - is deceived, for, vanity, shall be his recompense;

This, is the portion of a lawless man with GOD, That, the heritage of tyrants - from the Almighty, he shall receive.


For, my transgressions, do, I, acknowledge, And, my sin, is before me continually:

saying - I have sinned, in delivering up righteous blood. But, they, said - What is that to us? thou, shalt see to it for thyself.

And the heart of David smote him, after he had reckoned up the people, - and David said unto Yahweh - I have sinned greatly, in what I have done, Now, therefore, O Yahweh, take away, I beseech thee, the iniquity of thy servant, for I have done very foolishly.

and he brought up from thence the bones of Saul, and the bones of Jonathan his son, - and they gathered together the bones of them who had been crucified;

I have sinned, What can I do for thee, thou watcher of men? Wherefore hast thou set me as thine object of attack, or have I become, unto thee, a burden?

I, said - O Yahweh, show me favour, heal thou my soul, for I have sinned against thee:


But, your iniquities, have become separators betwixt you and your God, And your sins, have caused a biding of face from you that he should-not hear.

into a land flowing with milk and honey, - for I will not go up in thy midst in that a stiff-necked people, thou art, lest I consume thee in the way.

Israel hath sinned, yea moreover they have transgressed my covenant which I commanded them, - yea moreover they have taken of what was devoted, yea moreover they have stolen, yea moreover they have dissembled, yea moreover they have put it among their own goods. Therefore cannot the sons of Israel stand before their enemies, their back, do they turn before their enemies, because they have become devoted, - I will no more be with you, except ye destroy the devoted thing out of your midst.

If, iniquity, I had cared for in my heart, My Lord, had not heard me!

And there was none To call upon thy Name, To rouse himself to lay firm hold on thee, - For thou hadst hidden thy face from us, And hadst made us despond, by means of our iniquity.

With their flocks and with their herds, will they go to seek Yahweh, but shall not find him; he hath withdrawn himself from them.


But, your iniquities, have become separators betwixt you and your God, And your sins, have caused a biding of face from you that he should-not hear.

into a land flowing with milk and honey, - for I will not go up in thy midst in that a stiff-necked people, thou art, lest I consume thee in the way.

Israel hath sinned, yea moreover they have transgressed my covenant which I commanded them, - yea moreover they have taken of what was devoted, yea moreover they have stolen, yea moreover they have dissembled, yea moreover they have put it among their own goods. Therefore cannot the sons of Israel stand before their enemies, their back, do they turn before their enemies, because they have become devoted, - I will no more be with you, except ye destroy the devoted thing out of your midst.

If, iniquity, I had cared for in my heart, My Lord, had not heard me!

And there was none To call upon thy Name, To rouse himself to lay firm hold on thee, - For thou hadst hidden thy face from us, And hadst made us despond, by means of our iniquity.

With their flocks and with their herds, will they go to seek Yahweh, but shall not find him; he hath withdrawn himself from them.


From the sole of the foot even unto the head, there is in it no soundness, Bruise and stripe and newly-made wound, - They have not been pressed out, nor bound up, nor soothed with oil.

For Thus, saith Yahweh - incurable is thine injury, - Grievous is thy wound:

For dangerous are her wounds, - for she hath come as far as Judah, she hath reached as far as the gate of my people, as far as Jerusalem.

Who hath woe? Who hath outcry of pain? Who hath contentions? Who hath complaining? Who hath needless wounds? Who hath dullness of eyes?

Smiting and shame, shall he find, and, his reproach, shall not be wiped out;


Whereas, he who had not come to know, and did things worthy of stripes, shall be beaten with few stripes. And, every one to whom was given much, much, shall be sought from him; and, he to whom they committed much, for more than common, will they ask him.

Though, formerly, a defamer, and persecutor, and insulter; nevertheless mercy was shown me, because, without knowledge, I acted, in unbelief:

Speak thou unto the sons of Israel, saying - When any person, shall sin by mistake, departing from any of the commandments of Yahweh, as to things which should not be done, and shall do any one of them, -

And if any person when he shall sin, and do something, departing from any of the commandments of Yahweh, as to things which should not be done, - though he knew it not, shall so become guilty, and shall bear his iniquity,

And now brethren, I know that by way of ignorance ye acted, - just as even your rulers.


Then said Ahab unto Elijah, Hast thou found me, O mine enemy? And he said: I have found thee ! Because thou hast sold thyself to do the thing that is wicked in the eyes of Yahweh,

and made their sons and their daughters pass through the fire, and used divinations and enchantments, and sold themselves to do the thing that was wicked in the eyes of Yahweh, provoking him to wrath.

Thus, saith Yahweh - Where then is the set, oil of your mothers divorce, whom I have put away? Or, which of my creditors, is it to whom I have sold you? Lo! for your iniquities, have ye been sold, And for your transgressions, hath your mother been put away.

For, thus, saith Yahweh, For nought, ye sold yourselves, - And not with silver, shall ye be redeemed,

For we know that, the law, is spiritual, - I, however, am a creature of flesh, sold under sin;


Yet, he, full of compassion, would put a propitiatory-covering over iniquity, and not destroy, - Yea, many a time, turned he back his anger, And would not stir up all his wrath.

And, as for you - who were, dead, by your offences and by the uncircumcision of your flesh, he hath brought you to life together with him, - having in favour forgiven us all our offences,

And David said unto Nathan, I have sinned against Yahweh. Then said Nathan unto David, - Yahweh also, hath put away thy sin, thou shalt not die!

Thou hast taken away, the iniquity of thy people, Thou hast covered, all their sin. Selah.

and, Jesus, seeing their faith, saith unto the paralytic - Child! forgiven are thy sins!


For this cause, doth arrogance deck them as a neck-chain, And a garment of wrong is their attire;

As free, yet, not as a cloak of vice, holding your freedom, but, as God's servants.

But, on others, have mercy with fear, hating even, the garment, spotted by the flesh.

Because he clothed himself in cursing as his outer garment, therefore may it have entered like water into his inward part, and like oil into his bones;

Now, Joshua, was clothed with filthy garments, - though standing before the messenger.


Alas for you, Scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites; because ye tithe the mint and the anise and the cummin, - and have dismissed the weightier matters of the law - the justice, the mercy, and the faith; whereas, these, it was binding, to do, and, those, not to, dismiss.

And, that servant, who had come to know the will of his lord, and neither prepared, nor wrought unto his will, shall be beaten with many stripes;

To him, therefore, who knoweth how to be doing, a right thing, and is not doing it, it is, sin, unto him.

Then, will he answer them, saying: Verily, I say unto you - Inasmuch as ye did it not, unto one of these least, neither unto me, did ye it.

But alas for you, the Pharisees! because ye tithe the mint, and the rue, and every garden herb, and pass by justice, and the love of God. But, these things, it was biding to do, and, those, not to pass by.


Nay! thou hadst not heard, Nay! thou hadst not known, Nay! in time past, thine ear, was not opened, - For I knew that thou, wouldst be treacherous, Yea a transgressor from birth, hast thou been called.

Man that is born of a woman, is of few days, and full of trouble: As a flower, he cometh forth - and fadeth, He fleeth also as a shadow, and continueth not. And yet upon such a one as this, hast thou opened thine eye? And, him, wouldst thou bring into judgment with thee? read more.
Who can bring a clean thing out of an unclean? Not one!

Be favorable unto me, O God, according to thy lovingkindness, And, in the multitude of thy compassions, blot out my transgressions; Thoroughly wash me from mine iniquity, And, from my sin, make me pure; For, my transgressions, do, I, acknowledge, And, my sin, is before me continually: read more.
Against thee - against thee alone, have I sinned, And, wickedness - in thine eyes, have I done, - That thou mayest, Be justified when thou speakest, - Be clear when thou judgest. Lo! in iniquity, was I brought forth, And, in sin, did my mother conceive me.

Are ye, indeed, silent when righteousness, ye should speak? When, with equity, ye should judge, O ye sons of men? Aye! ye all do work, perversity, - Throughout the land, your hands, weigh out, violence! Lawless men have been estranged from birth, They have gone astray from their nativity, speaking falsehood;

Unto you also - being dead by your offences and sins, In which at one time ye walked, according to the age of the world, according to the prince of the authority of the air, of the spirit that now energiseth in the sons of disobedience, Among whom also, we all, had our behaviour, at one time, in the covetings of our flesh, doing the things desired by the flesh and the mind, and were children, by nature, of anger - even as the rest, -


And, when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was desirable to the eyes and the tree was pleasant to make one knowing, then took she of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and she gave to her husband also, along with her, and he did eat.

Lo! in iniquity, was I brought forth, And, in sin, did my mother conceive me.

For, out of the heart, come forth wicked designs, - murders, adulteries, fornications, thefts, false testimonies, profane speakings:

Then, the coveting, having conceived, giveth birth to sin, and, the sin, when full-grown, bringeth forth death.

Whence wars and whence fightings among you? are they not from hence - due to your pleasures which are taking the field in your members?


And, when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was desirable to the eyes and the tree was pleasant to make one knowing, then took she of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and she gave to her husband also, along with her, and he did eat.

But indeed, there was none like Ahab, who sold himself to do the thing that was wicked in the eyes of Yahweh, - whom Jezebel his wife goaded on;

My son, if sinners entice thee, do not consent. If they say - Come with us, - Let us lie in wait for blood, Let us watch in secret for him who is needlessly innocent; Let us engulf them, like hades, alive, While in health, like them who are going down to the pit; read more.
All costly substance, shall we find, We shall fill our houses with spoil; Thy lot, shalt thou cast into our midst, One purse, shall there be, for us all.

son of Hanani, against Baasha, saying: Forasmuch as I exalted thee out of the dust, and gave thee to be leader over my people Israel, - and yet thou hast walked in the way of Jeroboam, and caused, my people Israel, to sin, provoking me to anger with their sins,


He that is committing sin, is, of the adversary, because, from the beginning, the adversary is sinning. To this end, was the Son of God made manifest, in order that he might undo the works of the adversary.

He that sheweth contempt for his neighbour, sinneth, but, he that sheweth favour to the afflicted, how happy is he!

What then? do we screen ourselves? Not at all! For we have before accused both Jews and Greeks of being, all under sin; Even as it is written - there is none righteous, not even one, There is none that discerneth, There is none that seeketh out God: read more.
All, have turned aside, together, have become useless, There is none that doeth kindness, not so much as one:

Surely, for the soul to be, without knowledge, is not good, and, he that hasteth with his feet, strayeth.

But, if ye are shewing respect of persons, sin, are ye working, being convicted by the law as transgressors!


Him who knew not sin, in our behalf, he made to be, sin, that we might become God's righteousness in him.

For we have not a high-priest unable to have fellow-feeling with our weaknesses, but one tested in all respects, by way of likeness, apart from sin.

And ye know, that, He, was made manifest - in order that, our sins, he should take away, and, sin, in him, is there none.

For, such a high-priest as this, for us, was evensuited: Loving, noble, undefiled, set apart from sinners, and become, higher than the heavens;


For this cause, - just as, through one man, sin into the world entered, and through sin, death, - and, so, unto all men death passed through, for that all had sinned; - For, until law, sin was in the world, although sin is not reckoned when there is no law, - Yet still, death reigned from Adam until Moses, even over them who had not sinned after the likeness of the transgression of Adam, - who is a type of the Coming One; - read more.
But, not as the fault, so, alsothe decree of favour, for, if, by the fault of the one, the many died, much more, the favour of God and the free-gift in favour, by the one man Jesus Christ, unto the many superabounded; And, not as through one that sinned, is that which is freely given, for, the sentence of judgment, indeed, was - out of one fault into condemnation, whereas, the decree of favour, is - out of many faults, into a recovery of righteousness. For, if, by the fault of the one, death reigned through the one, much more, they who the superabundance of the favour and of the free-gift ofthe righteousness do receive, in life, shall reign through the one, Jesus Christ. Hence then, as through one fault, the sentence was unto all men unto condemnation, so, also, through one recovery of righteousness, the decree of favour is unto all men for righteous acquittal unto life; For, just as, through the disobedience of the one man, sinners, the many were constituted, so, also, through the obedience of the one, righteous, the many shall be constituted - Law, however, gained admission, in order that the fault might abound, but, where the sin abounded, the favour greatly superabounded: In order that - just as sin reigned in death, so, also, favour, might reign through righteousness unto life age-abiding, through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Now, the serpent, was more crafty than any living thing of the field which Yahweh God had made, so he said unto the woman, Can it really be that God hath said, Ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden? And the woman said unto the serpent, - Of the fruit of the trees of the garden, we may eat; but of the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of the garden, God hath said Ye shall not eat of it neither shall ye touch it, - lest ye die. read more.
And the serpent said unto the woman, - Ye shall not die, For God doth know, that in the day ye eat thereof, then shall your eyes be opened, - and ye shall become like God, knowing good and evil. And, when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was desirable to the eyes and the tree was pleasant to make one knowing, then took she of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and she gave to her husband also, along with her, and he did eat. Then were opened the eyes of them both, and they knew that, naked, they were, - so they tacked together fig-leaves, and made for themselves girdles, Then heard they the sound of Yahweh God, walking to and fro in the garden at the breeze of the day, - so he hid himself - the man with his wife, from the face of Yahweh God, amid the trees of the garden. And Yahweh God called unto the man, - and said to him, Where art thou? And he said, The sound of thee, heard I in the garden, and I was afraid, for, naked, was I, so I hid myself. And he said, Who told thee that, naked, thou wast? Of the tree whereof I commanded thee not to eat, hast thou eaten? And the man said, - The woman whom thou didst put with me, she, gave me of the tree, so I did eat. Then said Yahweh God to the woman, What is this that thou hast done? And the woman said, the serpent, deceived me, so I did eat. Then said Yahweh God unto the serpent - Because thou hast done this, Accursed, art thou above every tame-beast, and above every wild-beast of the field, - on thy belly, shall thou go, and dust, shalt thou eat all the days of thy life. And enmity, will I put between thee, and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed, - He shall crush thy head, but, thou, shalt crush his heel. Unto the woman, he said, I will, increase, thy pain of pregnancy, In pain, shalt thou year children, - Yet, unto thy husband, shall be thy hinging, Though, he, rule over thee. And, to the man, he said, Because thou didst hearken to the voice of thy wife, and so didst eat of the tree as to which I commanded thee, saying, Thou shalt not eat of it, Accursed be the ground for thy sake, In pain, shalt thou eat of it, all the days of thy life; Thorn also and thistle, shall it shoot forth to thee, - when thou hast come to eat of the herb of the field: In the sweat of thy face, shalt thou eat bread, until thou return to the ground, because therefrom, wast thou taken, - For, dust, thou art, And, unto dust, shalt thou return.

But, now, hath Christ been raised from among the dead, - a firstfruit of them who have fallen asleep; For, since indeed, through a man, came death, through a man, also cometh the raising of the dead; For, just as, in the Adam, all die, so, also, in the Christ, shall all be made alive. read more.
But, each, in his own rank: - A firstfruit, Christ, after that, they who are the Christ's, in his presence, Afterwards, the end - whensoever he delivereth up the kingdom unto his God and Father, whensoever he shall bring to nought all rule and all authority and power; For he must needs reign, until he shall put all his enemies under his feet: As a last enemy, death, is to be destroyed; For - He put, all things, in subjection under his feet. But, whensoever it shall be said - all things are in subjection! - it is evident that it means, - Except him who did put into subjection, unto him, the all things - But whensoever have been put into subjection, unto him, the all things, then, the Son himself, alsoshall be put in subjection unto him who put in subjection, unto him, the all things, - that, God, may be, all things in all.


For, to the wind, they sow, and, to the whirlwind, they reap: stalk, hath it none, That which shooteth forth, shall yield no meal, If so be it yield, foreigners, swallow it lip,

They sowed, wheat, but thorns, have they reaped, They have put themselves to pain they shall not be profited, - Yea turn ye pale at your produce, Because if the glow of the anger of Yahweh.

For, thus, saith Yahweh of hosts, God of Israel, The daughter of Babylon, is like a threshing, floor at the time of treading her: Yet a little, and the time of harvest shall overtake her.

Judah too! a harvest is appointed for thee, - in that I will bring back the captivity of my people.


how shall, we, escape, if, so great a salvation as this, we have neglected, - which, indeed, having received, a beginning, of being spoken through the Lord, by them who heard, unto us was confirmed,

Serpents! broods of vipers! how should ye flee from the judgment of gehenna?

I saw My Lord stationed by the altar, and he said - Smite the capital - that the sills, may tremble, Yea break them off on the head of them all, and, the last of them, with the sword, will I slay, - He that fleeth of them, shall not flee away, and he that escapeth of them, shall not make good his escape. Though they break through into hades, from thence, shall my hand fetch them, - and, though they ascend the heavens, from thence, will I bring them down; And, though they hide themselves in the top of Carmel, from thence, will I search for them and take them, - and, though they conceal themselves from before mine eyes at the bottom of the sea, from thence, will I command the serpent and he shall bite them; read more.
And, though they go into captivity before their enemies, from thence, will I command the sword, and it shall slay them, - So will I set mine eyes upon them for calamity, and not for blessing.

Then heard they the sound of Yahweh God, walking to and fro in the garden at the breeze of the day, - so he hid himself - the man with his wife, from the face of Yahweh God, amid the trees of the garden. And Yahweh God called unto the man, - and said to him, Where art thou? And he said, The sound of thee, heard I in the garden, and I was afraid, for, naked, was I, so I hid myself. read more.
And he said, Who told thee that, naked, thou wast? Of the tree whereof I commanded thee not to eat, hast thou eaten? And the man said, - The woman whom thou didst put with me, she, gave me of the tree, so I did eat.

So shall be wiped out your covenant with death, And your vision with hades, not stand, - When the overflowing scourge, sweepeth past, then shall ye be thereby beaten down: As often as it sweepeth past, it shall take you away, For morning by morning, shall it pass along. By day and by night, - And it shall be nothing less than a terror to make out the message; For too short is the couch to stretch oneself out, - And, the coverlet, too narrow, when one draweth up his feet. read more.
For as in Mount Perazim, will Yahweh, arise, As in the vale of Gibeon, will he be stirred, - To do his work - foreign is his work, And to perform his task - strange is his task. Now, therefore do not show yourselves scoffers, Lest your fetters, be bound fast, - For, of a full end, and that a decreed one, have I heard from My Lord, Yahweh of hosts upon all the land


Why doth, this, man thus talk? he is speaking profanely! Who can forgive sins, save one, God?

Keeping lovingkindness to a thousand generations, Forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin, Though he leave not, utterly unpunished, Visiting the iniquity of fathers, Upon sons, And upon sons' sons, Unto a third and unto a fourth generation.

Who is a GOD like unto thee, taking away the iniquity - and passing over the transgression - of the remnant of his inheritance? He hath not held fast, perpetually, his anger, for, one who delighteth in lovingkindness, is he!

To the Lord our God, belong compassions, and forgivenesses, - for we have rebelled against him;


Therefore, Thus, saith Yahweh of hosts God of Israel, Behold me! setting my face against you for calamity, - even to cut off all Judah;

An abomination to Yahweh, is the way of the lawless, but, the pursuer of righteousness, he loveth.

yet I sent unto you all my servants the prophets, betimes sending them, saying, Do not, I pray you, commit this abominable thing, which I hate!


Lo! in iniquity, was I brought forth, And, in sin, did my mother conceive me.

What is a mortal, that he should be pure? or that righteous should be one born of a woman?

How then shall, a mortal, be just with GOD? Or how shall he be pure who is born of a woman?

And Adam lived a hundred and thirty years, and begat a son in his likeness after his image, - and called his name Seth:


Then said Nathan unto David: Thou, art the man! Thus, saith Yahweh, God of Israel - I, anointed thee to be king over Israel, and, I, delivered thee out of the hand of Saul;

And he said - I have not troubled Israel, but, thou and the house of thy father, - in that ye have forsaken the commandments of Yahweh, and followed Baal.

Wherefore, hast thou despised the word of Yahweh, by doing that which is wicked in mine eyes? Uriah the Hittite, hast thou smitten with the sword, and, his wife, hast thou taken to thyself to wife, yea, him, hast thou slain with the sword of the sons of Ammon!


Then, the coveting, having conceived, giveth birth to sin, and, the sin, when full-grown, bringeth forth death.

Lo! the hand of Yahweh is not too short to say, - Neither is his ear too heavy to hear. But, your iniquities, have become separators betwixt you and your God, And your sins, have caused a biding of face from you that he should-not hear.

Yet, this people hath an obstinate and rebellious heart, - They have turned aside, and gone their way; Neither have they said in their heart, - Let us we pray you, revere Yahweh our God, Who giveth rain, even the early and the latter, in its season, - The appointed weeks of harvest, he reserveth for us. Your iniquities, have thrust away these things, Yea, your sins, have withholden that which is good from you.


And yet, thou, his son, O Belshazzar! hast not humbled thy heart, though, all this, thou knewest;

And his lord, answering, said unto him - O wicked servant, and cowardly, knewest thou that I reap, where I have not sown, and gather, whence I have not winnowed?

Then arose Ezra the priest, and said unto them, Ye, have acted unfaithfully, and have married foreign women, - to add unto the guilt of Israel. Now, therefore, make confession unto Yahweh God of your fathers, and do his pleasure, - and separate yourselves from the peoples of the land, and from the foreign women.


And, whosoever shall say a word against the Son of Man, it shall be forgiven him; but, unto him who, against the Holy Spirit, speaketh profanely, it shall not be forgiven.

But, whosoever shall revile against the Holy Spirit, hath no forgiveness, unto times age-abiding, - but is guilty of an age-abiding sin:

If one should see his brother committing a sin, not unto death, he shall ask, and He will grant unto him life, - for them who are sinning, not unto death. There, is, a sin, unto death: not concerning that, am I saying, that he should make request. All unrighteousness, is, sin, and there, is, a sin, not unto death.

Wherefore, I say unto you, All sin and profane speaking, shall be forgiven unto men, - but, the speaking profanely of the Spirit, shall not be forgiven;


Be deeply moved, but do not sin, - Ponder in your own heart upon your bed, and be silent. Selah.

By lovingkindness and fidelity, shall iniquity be covered, and, in the revering of Yahweh, is a turning away from wrong.

And Moses said unto the people - Do not fear, for to the end he may prove you, hath God come, - and to the end the reverence of him may be upon your faces that ye sin not.


The reverence of Yahweh, is to hate wickedness: pride, arrogance, and the way of wickedness; And a mouth of perverse things, do I hate.

Hate wrong, and love right, and station, Justice, in the gate, - Peradventure, Yahweh, God of hosts, will be gracious unto the remnant of Joseph.

Ye lovers of Yahweh! be haters of wrong, - He preserveth the lives of his men of lovingkindness, From the hand of the lawless, will he rescue them.


Who, our sins, himself, bare up, in his body, unto the tree, in order that we, from our sins getting away, in righteousness, might live, - by whose stripes, ye have been healed;

So, ye also, be reckoning yourselves to be - dead indeed unto sin, but, alive unto God in Christ Jesus.

Far be it! we who have died unto sin, how, any longer, shall we live therein?


Come, I pray you, and let us settle the disputer Saith Yahweh, - Though your sins be found like scarlet, As snow, shall they be made white, Though they appear red like crimson, As wool, shall they become.

For the sake of thy Name, O Yahweh, Therefore wilt thou pardon mine iniquity, for great it is.

Is not, thy wickedness, great? and, without end, are not thine iniquities?

Did, then, that which is good, unto me become death? Far be it! But it was sin, that it might appear sin, through that which was good unto me working out death, in order that, exceeding sinful, might sin become through the commandment.


These things, hast thou done, and I have kept silence, Thou thoughtest that I should really be like thyself, I will convict thee, yea I will set thine offences in order before thine eyes.

He hath said in his heart, GOD hath forgotten, - He hath veiled his face, Oh he hath never seen!

Yet have they said - Yah, doth not see, The God of Jacob, doth not understand.


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:

Had I not come and spoken unto them, Sin, had they none; but, now, have they no, excuse, for their sin.

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;


For, sin, - taking occasion - through the commandment, completely deceived me and, through it, slew me:

For, when we were in the flesh, the susceptibilities of sins which were through the law, used to be energized in our members unto the bringing forth of fruit unto death;

Howbeit sin taking, occasion - through the commandment, wrought out in me all manner of coveting; for, apart from law, sin is dead; -


These six things, doth Yahweh hate, yea, seven, are the abomination of his soul: - Eyes that are lofty, a tongue that is false, and hands shedding innocent blood; A heart contriving iniquitous devices, feet hasting to run into mischief; read more.
One that uttereth lies - a false witness, and one sending forth strifes between brethren.

For an abomination unto Yahweh thy God, is every one that doeth these things, - every one that doeth unjustly.


Lest there be any fornicator, or profane person, like Esau, - who, for the sake of one meal, yielded up his own firstborn rights; For ye know that, afterwards - when he even wished to inherit the blessing, he was rejected; for, place of repentance, found he none, even though, with tears, he diligently sought it.

And Esau said, Here am I, on the point of dying, - wherefore, then, should I, have, a birthright? And Jacob said, Come swear to me just now! And he sware to him, - and sold his birthright to Jacob.


For, my transgressions, do, I, acknowledge, And, my sin, is before me continually:

But my heart had grown embittered, And, in my reins, had I received wounds;

And, having come, He, will reprove the world - Concerning sin, and concerning righteousness, and concerning judgment:


For the lawless one hath boasted over the longing of his soul, and, the robber, hath blasphemed Yahweh.

Who, indeed, having acknowledged the righteous sentence of God, - that, they who such things as these do practise, are worthy of death, not only, the same things, are doing, but are even delighting together with them who are practising them .

By their wickedness, they gladden a king, and, by their flatteries, - rulers.


And the man said, - The woman whom thou didst put with me, she, gave me of the tree, so I did eat. Then said Yahweh God to the woman, What is this that thou hast done? And the woman said, the serpent, deceived me, so I did eat.

And Samuel came unto Saul, - and Saul said unto him - Blessed, be thou by Yahweh: I have established the word of Yahweh. And Samuel said, What then is this bleating of sheep, in mine ears, - and the lowing of oxen, which I can hear? Then said Saul - From the Amalekites, have they brought them in; in that the people spared the best of the sheep, and of the oxen, to sacrifice unto Yahweh thy God, - but, the rest, have we devoted to destruction.


envyings, drunkenness, revellings; - and such things as these: as to which I forewarn you, even as I have forewarned you, - that, they who such things as these do practise, shall not inherit, God's kingdom.

Manifest, however, are the works of the flesh, which, indeed, are - fornication, impurity, wantonness, idolatry, enchantment, enmities, strife, jealousy, outbursts of wrath, factions, divisions, parties,


Thus will I recompense, first, twofold, their iniquity and their sin, because of their profaning my land, - with the carcase of their disgusting and detestable things, have they filled mine inheritance.

Render ye unto her, as, she also, rendered, and double thedouble, according to her works, - in the cup wherein she mixed, mix, unto her, double, -


When they sin against thee - for there is, no son of earth, that sinneth not, and thou shalt be angry with them, and deliver them up before an enemy, - who shall carry them away as their captives, into the land of the enemy, far or near;

For, as for men, there is none righteous in the earth, that doeth good, and sinneth not.


They rejoice aloud as with timbrel and lyre, and make merry to the sound of the pipe; They complete, in prosperity, their days, and, in a moment to hades, they sink down.

And, that which in among the thorns fell, these, are they who have heard; and, by anxieties and wealth and pleasures of life being borne along, are choked up, and bear not to perfection.

Though, a sweet taste in his mouth, be given by vice, though he hide it under his tongue; Though he spare it, and will not let it go, but retain it in the midst of his mouth, His food, in his stomach, is changed, the gall of adders, within him! read more.
Wealth, hath he swallowed, and hath vomited the same, Out of his belly, shall, GOD, drive it forth: The poison of adders, shall he suck, The tongue of the viper shall slay him;



We must lie down in our shame And our reproach, be our covering, For, against Yahweh our God, have we sinned, We and our fathers, from our youth even until this day, - Neither have we hearkened unto the voice of Yahweh our God.

For the sons of Israel have been doing nothing but provoke me to anger by the workmanship of their hands, Declareth Yahweh;


Rejoice, O young man, in thy youth, and let thy heart gladden thee in the days of thine early manhood, and walk thou - in the ways of thine own heart, and in that which is seen by thine own eyes, - yet know, that, for all these things, will God bring thee into judgment.

The sins of my youth, and my transgressions, do not thou call to mind, - According to thine own lovingkindness, remember thou me, for the sake of thine own goodness, O Yahweh.


Withhold thy foot from being unshod, And thy throat from thirst! But thou saidst Hopeless! No! for I love foreigners and after them, will I go.

And, since they will say, Hopeless! For after our own devices, will we walk, And, very one, the stubbornness of his own wicked heart, will we do!


In the sweat of thy face, shalt thou eat bread, until thou return to the ground, because therefrom, wast thou taken, - For, dust, thou art, And, unto dust, shalt thou return.

Unto the woman, he said, I will, increase, thy pain of pregnancy, In pain, shalt thou year children, - Yet, unto thy husband, shall be thy hinging, Though, he, rule over thee. And, to the man, he said, Because thou didst hearken to the voice of thy wife, and so didst eat of the tree as to which I commanded thee, saying, Thou shalt not eat of it, Accursed be the ground for thy sake, In pain, shalt thou eat of it, all the days of thy life;


Remember - do not forget, how thou didst provoke Yahweh thy God, in the desert, - yea from the day when thou earnest forth out of the and of Egypt until ye entered as far as this place, have ye been quarrelling, with Yahweh.

Any man who shall rebel against thy bidding, and not hearken unto thy words in all that thou shalt command him, shall be put to death, - only be firm and bold.


Loftiness of eyes, and ambition of heart - the lamp of the lawless, are sin.

Therefore Thus saith My Lord. Yahweh, Because ye have brought to mind your iniquity, by revealing your transgressions causing your sins to appear in all your doings,- Because ye have brought yourselves to mind By force shall ye be captured.


Jesus answered them, Verily, verily, I say unto you: Every one who committeth sin, is, a slave, of sin: Now, the slave, doth not abide in the house, evermore. The Son, abideth, evermore.

What then? Shall we sin, because we are not under law but under favour? Far be it! Know ye not that, unto whom ye are presenting yourselves as servants for obedience, servants ye are unto him unto whom ye are obedient, whether of sin unto death or of obedience unto righteousness? But thanks be unto God, that - whereas ye were servants of sin, ye became obedient out of the heart unto the mould of teaching into which ye were delivered; read more.
And, being freed from sin, ye were made servants unto righteousness; - In human fashion am I speaking, because of the weakness of your flesh; - for, just as ye presented your members as servants unto impurity and unto lawlessness for lawlessness, so now, present ye your members as servants unto righteousness for sanctification. For, when ye were servants of sin, ye were free as to righteousness; -


Come, I pray you, and let us settle the disputer Saith Yahweh, - Though your sins be found like scarlet, As snow, shall they be made white, Though they appear red like crimson, As wool, shall they become.

Whereas, if, in the light, we are walking, as, he, is in the light, we have, fellowship one with another, and, the blood of Jesus his Son, is cleansing us from all sin.

Wilt thou cleanse me from sin with hyssop, That I may be pure? Wilt thou wash me, That I may be whiter, than snow?

Thoroughly wash me from mine iniquity, And, from my sin, make me pure;


Then Jezebel his wife said unto him: Art, thou, still, going to carry on the kingdom over Israel? Rise! eat food, and let thy heart be merry, I, will give thee the vineyard of Naboth the Jezreelite!

Then said Ahab unto Elijah, Hast thou found me, O mine enemy? And he said: I have found thee ! Because thou hast sold thyself to do the thing that is wicked in the eyes of Yahweh,


Then took he the calf which they had made and burned it in the fire, and ground it till it became powder, and strewed it on the face of the waters, and made the sons of Israel drink.

And so it was, that, the sin of the young men, was exceeding great, before Yahweh, - for men scorned the offerings of Yahweh.


For, if, having escaped from the defilements of the world by a personal knowledge of the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, but, by the same having again become entangled, they are defeated, the, last, state hath become, for them, worse than, the first;

Then, it goeth, and taketh along with itself, seven diverse spirits, more wicked than itself, - and, entering, abideth there; and, the last state of that man, becometh, worse than the first. So, shall it be, with this, wicked, generation.


For, your hands, are defiled with blood, And, your fingers, with iniquity, - Your lips, have spoken falsehood, and Your tongue, muttereth, perversity.

A generation! Pure in its own eyes, yet, from its filth, hath it not been bathed,


For, if, having escaped from the defilements of the world by a personal knowledge of the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, but, by the same having again become entangled, they are defeated, the, last, state hath become, for them, worse than, the first;

Then, it goeth, and taketh along with itself, seven diverse spirits, more wicked than itself, - and, entering, abideth there; and, the last state of that man, becometh, worse than the first. So, shall it be, with this, wicked, generation.


The labour of the righteous, leadeth to life, the increase of the lawless, to sin.

Wherefore do, lawless men, live, advance in years, even wax mighty in power? Their seed, is established in their sight, along with them, yea their offspring, before their eyes; Their houses, are at peace, without dread, neither is, the rod of GOD, upon them; read more.
His bull, covereth, and causeth not aversion, His cow safely calveth, and casteth not her young; They send forth - like a flock - their young ones, and, their children, skip about for joy; They rejoice aloud as with timbrel and lyre, and make merry to the sound of the pipe; They complete, in prosperity, their days, and, in a moment to hades, they sink down. Yet they said unto GOD, Depart from us, and, In the knowledge of thy ways, find we no pleasure. What is the Almighty, that we should serve him? Or what shall we profit, that we should urge him?


And the man said, - The woman whom thou didst put with me, she, gave me of the tree, so I did eat.

And will ye then come in and stand before me in this house whereon my Name hath been called, and say, - We have set ourselves free, - for the purpose of committing all these abominations?


Howbeit, the firm foundation of God, standeth, having this seal - The Lord hath acknowledged them who are his, and, Let every one that nameth the name of the Lord stand aloof from unrighteousness.

Depart from wickedness and do good, Aim at well-being, and pursue it.


For, if according to flesh ye live, ye are about to die, whereas, if in spirit, the practices of the flesh, ye are putting to death, ye shall attain unto life;

Make dead, therefore, your members that are on the earth - as regardeth fornication, impurity, passion, base coveting, and greed, the which, is idolatry, -


How happy is he whose transgression is forgiven! whose sin is pardoned! How happy the son of earth, to whom Yahweh will not reckon iniquity! and in whose spirit is no guile!

Just as David also affirmeth the happiness of the man unto whom God reckoneth righteousness apart from works: - Happy, they whose lawlessnesses have been forgiven and whose sins have been covered,


Remember this, An enemy, hath reproached Yahweh, Yea, an impious people, have reviled thy Name.

But, as for the person who acteth with a high hand - of the native born or of the sojourners, Yahweh himself, he, reproacheth, - therefore shall that person


Thou hast set, Our iniquities before thee, Our secret near the luminary of thy face.

Some men's sins, are, openly evident, leading on into judgment, with some, however, they even follow after;


For, mine iniquity, will I declare, I shall be anxious because of my sin;

A voice on the bare heights, is heard, The weeping of the supplications of the sons of Israel, - Because they have perverted their way, Have forgotten Yahweh their God.


And they said each man unto his brother - Verily guilty, we are, respecting our brother, in that we saw the distress of his soul when he appealed unto us for favour and we hearkened not, - therefore, hath come in unto us this distress.

Then sent Pharaoh, and called for Moses and for Aaron, and said unto them - I have sinned this time, - Yahweh, is the righteous one, and, I and my people, are the wrong-doers.


Whosoever is committing sin, lawlessness also, is committing, and, sin, is, lawlessness;

Righteousness, exalteth a nation, but, a reproach to any people, is sin.


but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not cat of it, - for in the day thou eatest thereof, thou shelf die.

Lo! as for all persons, mine they are, As the person of the father, so also the person of the son, mine they are, - The person that sinneth, the same shall die.


T'kel, - thou art weighed in the balances, and found wanting;

Belshazzar the king, made a great feast, to a thousand of his nobles, - and, before the thousand, was drinking, wine. Belshazzar, gave word, at the flavour of the wine, to bring the vessels of gold and silver, which Nebuchadnezzar his father, had brought forth, out of the temple which was in Jerusalem, - that the king and his nobles, his wives and his concubines, might drink therein.


How much rather shall the blood of the Christ, who through an age-abiding spirit offered himself unspotted unto God, purify our conscience from dead works, to the rendering of divine-service, unto a Living God?

Wherefore, dismissing the elementary discourse concerning the Christ, unto maturity, let us be tending, not, again, a foundation, laying down - of repentance from dead works, and of faith towards God,


Then heard they the sound of Yahweh God, walking to and fro in the garden at the breeze of the day, - so he hid himself - the man with his wife, from the face of Yahweh God, amid the trees of the garden.

And he said, The sound of thee, heard I in the garden, and I was afraid, for, naked, was I, so I hid myself.


He that covereth his transgressions, shall not prosper, but, he that confesseth and forsaketh, shall find compassion.

He sang before men, and said, I sinned, and, uprightness, I perverted, yet he requited me not;


Whosoever is committing sin, lawlessness also, is committing, and, sin, is, lawlessness;

For, a man who shall keep, the whole law, but shall stumble in one thing, hath become, for all things, liable, - For, he that hath said - Do not commit adultery, hath also said - Do not commit murder, - now, if thou dost not commit adultery, but dost commit murder, thou hast become a transgressor of law.


And Yahweh smelled a satisfying odour, so Yahweh said to himself. I will not, again, curse any more the ground for man's sake, although the device of the heart of man, be wicked from his youth, - neither will I again, any more smite every living thing, as I have done.

Then Yahweh saw that great, was the wickedness of man in the earth, and that, every purpose of the devices of his heart, was only wicked all the day;


Wherefore, O king, let, my counsel, be pleasing unto thee, thy sin, then, - by righteousness, break thou off, and, thine iniquities, by shewing favour to the oppressed, - if so be it may become the lengthening out of thy security.

But as for thyself When thou hast warned a lawless man from his way, to turn therefrom, And he hath not turned from his way He, for his own iniquity shall die, But thou hast delivered thine own life,



If I covered, like Adam, my transgressions, by hiding in my bosom mine iniquity,

He that covereth his transgressions, shall not prosper, but, he that confesseth and forsaketh, shall find compassion.


Alas! for sons who are rebellious, Declareth Yahweh. Executing a purpose, but not from me, And pouring out a libation but not from my spirit, - That they may add sin to sin:

But again, once more sinned they against him, Resisting the Most High in a land of drought:


But I behold a diverse law in my members, warring against the law of my mind and taking me captive in the law of sin which existeth in my members: -

Now, however, no longer am, I, working it out, but the, sin, that dwelleth in me:


In my heart, have I treasured what thou hast said, to the end I may not sin against thee.

As for the workings of men, By the word of thy lips, have, I, taken heed of the paths of the violent one.


But, your iniquities, have become separators betwixt you and your God, And your sins, have caused a biding of face from you that he should-not hear.

If, iniquity, I had cared for in my heart, My Lord, had not heard me!


and said, O my God, I turn pale and am ashamed, to lift up, O my God, my face unto thee, - for, our iniquities, have multiplied above the head, and our guilt hath magnified itself unto the heavens.

They have waxed fat, they shine Yea they have overpassed the records of wickedness. The right, have they not determined, the right of the fatherless that they might prosper, - Yea justice to the helpless, have they not decreed.


and said, O my God, I turn pale and am ashamed, to lift up, O my God, my face unto thee, - for, our iniquities, have multiplied above the head, and our guilt hath magnified itself unto the heavens.

They have waxed fat, they shine Yea they have overpassed the records of wickedness. The right, have they not determined, the right of the fatherless that they might prosper, - Yea justice to the helpless, have they not decreed.


For this cause, I tremble and repent, on dust and ashes.

Then shall ye call to mind. there, your own ways and all your own doings, where- with ye had defiled yourselves,- And ye stroll become loathsome in your own sight, for all your wickednesses, which ye have done.


Inasmuch as, by works of law, shall no flesh be declared righteous before him, - through law, in fact, is discovery of sin.

What, then, shall we say? Is the law sin? Far be it! On the contrary, I had not discovered, sin, save through law, for even, of coveting, I had not been aware if, the law, had not kept on saying - Thou shall not covet;


We know that, whosoever hath been born of God, is not committing sin, - Nay, he that hath been born of God, He keepeth him, and, the wicked one, doth not touch him.

Whosoever hath been born of God, is not committing, sin, because, a seed of him, within him, abideth; and he cannot be committing sin, because, of God, hath he been born.


And forgive us our sins, for, even we ourselves, forgive every one indebted to us; And bring us not into temptation.

and said - If, I pray thee, I have found favour in thine eyes, O My Lord, I pray thee let My Lord go on in our midst, - although a stiff-necked people, it is, so wilt thou pardon our iniquity and our sin and take us as thine own.


I will arise, and go unto my father, and will say unto him - Father! I have sinned against heaven, and before thee:

And, we, indeed, justly, - for, things worthy of what we have done, are we duly receiving, but, this man, nothing amiss, hath done.


Jesus answered them, Verily, verily, I say unto you: Every one who committeth sin, is, a slave, of sin:

Know ye not that, unto whom ye are presenting yourselves as servants for obedience, servants ye are unto him unto whom ye are obedient, whether of sin unto death or of obedience unto righteousness?


And I will visit, upon the inhabited earth, calamity!, And upon the lawless, their punishment, And will quiet the arrogance of the proud, And the loftiness of tyrants, will I lay low.

Only you, have I acknowledged, of all the families of the ground, For this cause, will I visit upon you all your iniquities.


Had I not come and spoken unto them, Sin, had they none; but, now, have they no, excuse, for their sin.

And, that servant, who had come to know the will of his lord, and neither prepared, nor wrought unto his will, shall be beaten with many stripes;


And, when they heard this, they were pricked to the heart, and said unto Peter and the rest of the apostles - What are we to do, brethren?

And, asking for a light, he sprang in, and becoming, agitated, fell down unto Paul and Silas,


Be deeply moved, but do not sin, - Ponder in your own heart upon your bed, and be silent. Selah.

I said, to myself, I will take heed to my ways, That I sin not with my tongue, - I will put on my mouth a muzzle, So long as the lawless is before me.


We know that, whosoever hath been born of God, is not committing sin, - Nay, he that hath been born of God, He keepeth him, and, the wicked one, doth not touch him.

Behold, what manner of love, the Father hath bestowed upon us - that, children of God, we should be called, - and such we are! Therefore, the world understandeth us not, because it understood not him. Beloved! now, are we, children of God; and, not yet, hath it been made manifest, what we shall be, - We know that, if it should be made manifest, like unto him, shall we be, because we shall see him, just as he is. And, whosoever hath this hope on him, is purifying himself, just as, He, is pure. read more.
Whosoever is committing sin, lawlessness also, is committing, and, sin, is, lawlessness; And ye know, that, He, was made manifest - in order that, our sins, he should take away, and, sin, in him, is there none. Whosoever, in him, doth abide, is not sinning: whosoever is sinning, hath not seen him, and doth not understand him.


On the morrow, he beholdeth Jesus, coming unto him, and saith - See! the Lamb of God, who taketh away the sin of the world.

And ye know, that, He, was made manifest - in order that, our sins, he should take away, and, sin, in him, is there none.


He that is committing sin, is, of the adversary, because, from the beginning, the adversary is sinning. To this end, was the Son of God made manifest, in order that he might undo the works of the adversary.

Ye, are, of your father - the adversary, and, the covetings of your father, ye choose to be doing. He, was, a murderer, from the beginning, and, in the truth, he stood not; because truth is not in him: Whensoever he speaketh falsehood, of his own, he speaketh; because, false, he is, and, the father of it.


From every form of wickedness, abstain.


Two debtors, there were, to a certain creditor, - the one, owed five hundred denaries, and, the other, fifty. they not having wherewith to pay, he forgave, both. Which of them, therefore, will love him, more? Making answer, Simon said - I suppose, that he to whom, the more, he forgave. And, he, said unto him - Rightly, hast thou judged. read more.
And, turning towards the woman, unto Simon, he said - Seest thou this woman? I entered into thy house: water to me, on my feet, thou didst not give, - but, she, with her tears, hath wetted my feet, and, with her hair, wiped off the tears . A kiss, to me, thou didst not give, - but, she, from the time I came in, hath not ceased tenderly kissing my feet. With oil, my head, thou didst not anoint, - but, she, with perfume, hath anointed, my feet. For which cause, I say unto thee - Her many sins, have been forgiven, because she hath loved, much: but, he to whom little is forgiven, little, loveth.

And, that servant, who had come to know the will of his lord, and neither prepared, nor wrought unto his will, shall be beaten with many stripes; Whereas, he who had not come to know, and did things worthy of stripes, shall be beaten with few stripes. And, every one to whom was given much, much, shall be sought from him; and, he to whom they committed much, for more than common, will they ask him.


Or know ye not that, wrong-doers, shall not inherit, God's kingdom? Be not deceiving yourselves: - neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor sodomites, Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners - shall inherit, God's kingdom.


Now, the sting of death, is, sin, and, the power of sin, is, the law; -


Now, the sting of death, is, sin, and, the power of sin, is, the law; -


Now, the sting of death, is, sin, and, the power of sin, is, the law; -


[SAMECH] Half-hearted ones, do I hate, but, thy law, do I love.

and thou shalt not bring an abomination into thy house, and so become devoted to destruction, like it, thou shalt, abhor, it, and thou shalt, loathe it, because a thing devoted to destruction, it is.


And, the spirit of God, clothed Zechariah son of Jehoiada the priest, and he took his stand above the people, - and said unto them, Thus, saith God, Wherefore are, ye, transgressing the commandments of Yahweh, so that ye cannot prosper, because ye have forsaken Yahweh, therefore hath he forsaken you.


Flee fornication! Every sin, whatsoever a man shall commit, is, outside his body, but, he that committeth fornication, bringeth sin into his own body.


Which, none of the rulers of this age had come to know, for, had they known, not, in that case, the Lord of the glory, would they have crucified!


Then said Samuel - What hast thou done? And Saul said - Because I saw that the people had been scattered from me, and, thou, hadst not come within the appointed days, and, the Philistines, had gathered themselves together to Michmash, therefore I said - Now, will the Philistines come down against me, at Gilgal, but, the face of Yahweh, have I not appeased: So I forced myself, and offered up the ascending-sacrifice.


For of the vine of Sodom, is their vine, And of the vineyards of Gomorrah, - Their grapes, are grapes of gall, Clusters of bitter things, are theirs:


And, another messenger, came forth out of the sanctuary, crying out with a loud voice, unto him that was sitting upon the cloud - Thrust in thy sickle, and reap; because the hour to reap is come, because the harvest of the earth is ripe.


Therefore hear ye, The counsel of Yahweh, which he hath counselled against Babylon, And his devices which he hath devised against the land a of the Chaldeans, - Surely the little ones of the flock, shall drag them away, Surely he will cause the pasture to be astounded over them. At the noise of the taking of Babylon, the earth trembled, - And, the outcry, among the nations, was heard.


This was a misfortune in all that was done under the sun, that, one destiny, had they all, - yea also, the heart of the sons of men, was full of wickedness, and, madness, was in their heart, while they lived, and, after that, they went unto the dead.


Knowing this - that, to a righteous man, law, doth not apply, but to the lawless and insubordinate, ungodly and sinful, irreligious and profane, smiters of fathers and smiters of mothers, murderers, fornicators, sodomites, man-stealers, liars, false- swearers, - and, if anything else, unto the healthful teaching, is opposed; -


Nay, my sons! for it is no good report that I do hear: leading into transgression the people of Yahweh. If one man sin against another, God will interpose, but, if, against Yahweh, a man sin, who will intercede, for him? But they hearkened not unto the voice of their father, for Yahweh was pleased to put them to death.


Nay, my sons! for it is no good report that I do hear: leading into transgression the people of Yahweh. If one man sin against another, God will interpose, but, if, against Yahweh, a man sin, who will intercede, for him? But they hearkened not unto the voice of their father, for Yahweh was pleased to put them to death.


Be not deceiving yourselves! God, is not to be mocked; for, whatsoever a man soweth, the same, shall he also reap, - Because, he that soweth into his own flesh, out of the flesh, shall reap corruption, whereas, he that soweth into the Spirit, out of the Spirit, shall reap age-abiding life.


But, a birthday feast of Herod taking place, the daughter of Herodias danced in the midst, and pleased Herod; wherefore, with an oath, he promised to give her, whatsoever she should ask for herself; and, she, being led on by her mother, - Give me (saith she) here, upon a charger, the head of John the Immerser. read more.
And the king, though grieved, yet, because of the oaths and the guests, ordered it to be given; and sent and beheaded John in the prison.


And it came to pass, when she urged him with her words continually, and pressed him, that his soul became impatient, unto death; so he told her all his heart, and said to her - No, razor, hath come on my head, for, one separate unto God, have I been, from my birth, - if I were shaven, then would depart from me my strength, and I should become weak, and be as any other man.


Search me, O GOD, and observe my heart, Try me, and observe my cares; And see if there be any idol-way in me, and lead me in a way age-abiding.


because her sins were joined together as far as heaven, and God hath remembered her unrighteous deeds.


And the man said, - The woman whom thou didst put with me, she, gave me of the tree, so I did eat. Then said Yahweh God to the woman, What is this that thou hast done? And the woman said, the serpent, deceived me, so I did eat.


because her sins were joined together as far as heaven, and God hath remembered her unrighteous deeds.


And, to the man, he said, Because thou didst hearken to the voice of thy wife, and so didst eat of the tree as to which I commanded thee, saying, Thou shalt not eat of it, Accursed be the ground for thy sake, In pain, shalt thou eat of it, all the days of thy life; Thorn also and thistle, shall it shoot forth to thee, - when thou hast come to eat of the herb of the field:


Alas! for them who would fain have been too deep for Yahweh by giving secret counsel, - and therefore in the dark, have been their doings, and they have said Who can see us? and - Who can understand us?

Their thread, shall not become a garment, Neither shall they cover themselves with their fabrics, - Their fabrics, are fabrics of iniquity, Yea the product of violence is in their hands;


And Cain said unto Abel his brother Let us go into the field And it came to pass when they were in the field that Cain rose up against Abel his brother, and slew him. Then said Yahweh unto Cain, Where is Abel thy brother? And he said know not, the keeper of my brother, am, I? And he said, What hast thou done? With a voice, the shed-blood of thy brother is crying out to me from the ground,


And Samuel said unto Saul - Thou hast shewn thyself foolish, - thou hast not kept the commandment of Yahweh thy God, which he commanded thee, for, now, would Yahweh have established thy kingdom unto Israel until times age-abiding;


Then said Saul unto Samuel - I have sinned; for I have transgressed the bidding of Yahweh, and thy words, - for I feared the people, and hearkened unto their voice.


therefore I said - Now, will the Philistines come down against me, at Gilgal, but, the face of Yahweh, have I not appeased: So I forced myself, and offered up the ascending-sacrifice.


And the people took, of the spoil, sheep and oxen, the chief of the things so devoted, - to sacrifice unto Yahweh thy God, in Gilgal.


Some men's sins, are, openly evident, leading on into judgment, with some, however, they even follow after;


And be not joining in fellowship in the unfruitful works of darkness, but, rather, be even administering reproof;


Righteousness, exalteth a nation, but, a reproach to any people, is sin.


Whereas, wicked men and howling impostors, will force their way to the worse, deceiving and being deceived.


Whereas, wicked men and howling impostors, will force their way to the worse, deceiving and being deceived.


Immediately, the word, was fulfilled upon Nebuchadnezzar, and, from among men, was he driven forth, and, grass - like oxen, did he eat, and, with the dew of the heavens, his body was drenched, - until that, his hair, like to eagles' feathers, was grown, and his nails, like birds' claws. And, at the end of the days, I, Nebuchadnezzar, mine eyes unto the heavens, did uplift, and, mine understanding, unto me, returned, and, the Most High, I blessed, and, to him that liveth age-abidingly, I rendered praise and honour, - whose dominion, is an age-abiding dominion, and, his kingdom, lasteth from generation to generation;


Alas! for them Who draw on themselves punishment with cords of falsehood, - And as with waggon-bands, penalty: Who say - Let his work quicken - let it hasten, That we may see, - And let the purpose of Israel's Holy One, draw near and come. That we may know!


For, as many as are of works of law, are, under a curse, - for it is written - Accursed, is everyone that continueth not in all things that are written in the book of the law to do them.


He that sheweth contempt for his neighbour, sinneth, but, he that sheweth favour to the afflicted, how happy is he!


In the multitude of words, there wanteth not transgression, but, he that restraineth his lips, sheweth prudence.


For, as many as without law sinned, without law, also shall perish, and, as many as within law sinned, through law, shall be judged; For, not the hearers of law, are righteous with God, but, the doers of law, shall be declared righteous;


For, as many as without law sinned, without law, also shall perish, and, as many as within law sinned, through law, shall be judged; For, not the hearers of law, are righteous with God, but, the doers of law, shall be declared righteous;


He that covereth his transgressions, shall not prosper, but, he that confesseth and forsaketh, shall find compassion.


Hatred, stirreth up strifes, but, over all transgressions, love throweth a covering.


Now, however, no longer am, I, working it out, but the, sin, that dwelleth in me: I know, in fact, that there dwelleth not in me, that is, in my flesh, anything good; for, the wishing, lieth near me, but, the working out of what is right, not! For not, the good that I wish, I do, but, the evil that I do not wish, the same I practise. read more.
Now, if what I wish not, the same, I do, no longer am, I, working it out, but the, sin, that dwelleth in me. Hence, I find the law, to me who wish to be doing the right, that, unto me, the wrong lieth near: I have, in fact, a sympathetic pleasure in the law of God; according to the inner man. But I behold a diverse law in my members, warring against the law of my mind and taking me captive in the law of sin which existeth in my members: -


And, even as they did not approve to be holding, God, in acknowledgment, God gave them up unto a disapproved mind to be doing the things that are not becoming, Filled with all unrighteousness, wickedness, greed, baseness, full of envy, murder, strife, deceit, evil disposition, Whisperers, detractors, haters of God, insolent, arrogant, vain boasters, inventors of vices, unto parents unyielding, read more.
Without discernment, regardless of covenants, without natural affection, unmerciful: - Who, indeed, having acknowledged the righteous sentence of God, - that, they who such things as these do practise, are worthy of death, not only, the same things, are doing, but are even delighting together with them who are practising them .


But the Scripture, did shut up, all things, under sin, that, the promise by faith in Jesus Christ, might be given to them who have faith,


In that day, there shall be an opened fountain, for the house of David, and for the Inhabitants of Jerusalem, - for sin and for uncleanness.


Your iniquities, have thrust away these things, Yea, your sins, have withholden that which is good from you.


And they said each man unto his brother - Verily guilty, we are, respecting our brother, in that we saw the distress of his soul when he appealed unto us for favour and we hearkened not, - therefore, hath come in unto us this distress.


And ,Judas Iscariot, who was one of he twelve, went away unto the High-priests, that, him, he might deliver up unto them. Now, when they heard, they rejoiced, and promised to give him, silver; and he was seeking how, at a favourable opportunity, he might, deliver him up.


And, one of the suspended evil-doers, began to defame him - Art not, thou, the Christ? Save thyself and us! But the other, answering, rebuked him, and said - Neither fearest, thou, God, in that thou art, in the same judgment?


Wherefore have ye been kicking at my sacrifices, and my presents, which I commanded, to serve for a home, - and shouldest have honoured thy sons more than me: fattening yourselves, with the first of every present of Israel, before me?


Then said Ahab unto Elijah, Hast thou found me, O mine enemy? And he said: I have found thee ! Because thou hast sold thyself to do the thing that is wicked in the eyes of Yahweh,


Then said Balaam unto the messenger of Yahweh - I have sinned, for I knew not, that, thou, wast stationed to meet me in the road, - Now, therefore, if it be displeasing in thine eyes, I must get me back again.


For, out of the heart, come forth wicked designs, - murders, adulteries, fornications, thefts, false testimonies, profane speakings:


For the heart of this people hath become dense, and, with their ears, heavily have they heard, and, their eyes, have they closed, - lest, once they should see with their eyes, and, with their ears, should hear, and, with their hearts, should understand, and return; when I would certainly heal them.


Then, began he to be cursing and swearing - I know not the man! And, straightway, a cock crowed.


For the heart of this people hath become dense, and, with their ears, heavily have they heard, and, their eyes, have they closed, - lest, once they should see with their eyes, and, with their ears, should hear, and, with their hearts, should understand, and return; when I would certainly heal them.


Then, began he to be cursing and swearing - I know not the man! And, straightway, a cock crowed.


Thou also bear thine own reproach, which thou didst adjudge to thy sisters, by thy sins in which thou wast more abominable than they, thou didst make them appear more righteous than thou, - Thou also, therefore turn thou pale and bear thine own reproach, for making thy sisters appear righteous!


the foolish, scoff at guilt, but, between the upright, is good pleasure.


Unto you also - being dead by your offences and sins,


The purpose of folly, is sin, and, an abomination to mankind, is a buffoon.


And Judah did the thing that was wicked in the eyes of Yahweh, - and provoked him to jealousy, above all that their fathers had done, with their sins which they committed.


What then shall we say? are we still to continue in sin that favour may abound? Far be it! we who have died unto sin, how, any longer, shall we live therein? Or know ye not that, we, as many as were immersed into Christ Jesus, into his death were immersed? read more.
We were, therefore, buried together with him through our immersion into his death, in order that - just as Christ was raised from among the dead through the glory of the Father, so, we also, in newness of life should walk. For, if we have come to be grown together in the likeness of his death, certainly, in that of his resurrection also, shall we be. Of this taking note - that, our old man, was crucified together with him in order that the sinful body might be made powerless, that we should, no longer, be in servitude to sin; For, he that hath died, hath become righteously acquitted from his sin. Now, if we have died together with Christ, we believe that we shall also live together with him; Knowing that, Christ having been raised from among the dead, no more dieth, - death, over him, no more, hath lordship, - For, in that he died, unto sin, died he once for all, but, in that he liveth, he liveth unto God. So, ye also, be reckoning yourselves to be - dead indeed unto sin, but, alive unto God in Christ Jesus. Let not sin, therefore, reign in your death-doomed body, that ye should be obedient to its covetings; Neither be presenting your members as weapons of unrighteousness unto sin, but present yourselves unto God as though alive from among the dead, and your members as weapons of righteousness unto God; For, sin, over you, shall not have lordship, for ye are not under law, but under favour.


Whereas, if, in the light, we are walking, as, he, is in the light, we have, fellowship one with another, and, the blood of Jesus his Son, is cleansing us from all sin. If we say - Sin, have we none! we are deceiving, ourselves, and, the truth, is not in us. If we are confessing our sins, faithful, is he and, righteous - that he should forgive us our sins, and cleanse us from all unrighteousness. read more.
If we say - We have not sinned! false, are we making, him, and, his word, is not in us.


the foolish, scoff at guilt, but, between the upright, is good pleasure.


And, when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was desirable to the eyes and the tree was pleasant to make one knowing, then took she of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and she gave to her husband also, along with her, and he did eat. Then were opened the eyes of them both, and they knew that, naked, they were, - so they tacked together fig-leaves, and made for themselves girdles,


The purpose of folly, is sin, and, an abomination to mankind, is a buffoon.


In whom we have the redemption through his blood, the remission of our offences, according to the riches of his favour,


But, if ye shall not do this, lo! ye will have sinned against Yahweh, - and take note of your sin, that it will find you out.


Let the nations, be roused, and come up, into the Vale of Jehoshaphat, - for, there, will I sit to judge all the nations, on every side. Thrust ye in the vintage knife, for, grown ripe, is the vintage, - Go in, tread down, for full is the winepress, flow over do the vats, for abundant is their wickedness.


In the day when thou plantest, fence thou in, And in the morning, cause thou, they slip, to blossom, - A harvest will have waved in the day of destiny, and mortal pain.


And, to the man, he said, Because thou didst hearken to the voice of thy wife, and so didst eat of the tree as to which I commanded thee, saying, Thou shalt not eat of it, Accursed be the ground for thy sake, In pain, shalt thou eat of it, all the days of thy life;


And bring us not into temptation, but rescue us from the evil one.


And the man said, - The woman whom thou didst put with me, she, gave me of the tree, so I did eat.


And I said to them - Whosoever hath gold let them break it off, So they gave it to me, - and I cast it into the fire, and there came out - this calf.


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,


But be exhorting one another, on each successive day, - while the To-day is being named! lest any from among you be hardened by the deceitfulness of sin.


But had, a reproof, of his own transgression, a dumb beast of burden, in man's voice, finding utterance, forbade the prophet's madness.


Having, eyes, full of an adulteress, and that cannot rest from sin, enticing unstable souls, having, a heart trained in greed, - children of a curse, -


Not yet unto blood, have ye resisted, against sin, waging a contest;


So, every good tree, fine fruit, produceth, - whereas, the worthless tree, evil fruit, produceth:


Then tame the people of Israel unto Moses and said - We have sinned in that we spake against Yahweh and against thee, Pray thou unto Yahweh, that he may take from us the serpent. So Moses prayed for the people.


But, he that is in doubt, if he eat, hath condemned himself, - because, it was not of faith, and, everything which is not of faith, is sin.


son of Hanani, against Baasha, saying: Forasmuch as I exalted thee out of the dust, and gave thee to be leader over my people Israel, - and yet thou hast walked in the way of Jeroboam, and caused, my people Israel, to sin, provoking me to anger with their sins,


I, am the real vine, and, my Father, is, the husbandman. Every branch in me that beareth not fruit, He taketh it away; and, every one that beareth, fruit, He pruneth it, that, more fruit, it may bear. Already, ye, are, pure, because of the word which I have spoken unto you: read more.
Abide in me, and, I, in you. Just as, the branch, cannot be bearing fruit of itself, except it abide in the vine, so, neither, ye, except, in me, ye abide. I, am the vine: Ye, are the branches. He that abideth in me and, I, in him, the same, beareth much fruit; because, apart from me, ye can bring forth, nothing. If one abide not me, he is cast out as the branch, and withered, and they gather them, - and, into fire, they cast them, and they are burned. If ye abide in me, and, my sayings, in you, abide, whatsoever ye may be desiring, ask! and it shall be brought to pass for you. Herein, was my Father glorified, that, much fruit, ye should bear, and become my disciples. Just as the Father loved me, I also, loved you: Abide ye in my love. If, my commandments, ye keep, ye shall abide in my love, - just as, I, the Father's commandments, have kept, and abide in his love. These things, have I spoken unto you, that, my own joy, in you, may be, and, your joy, may be made full. This, is my own commandment, That ye be loving one another, just as I loved you. Greater love than this, hath, no one, That, his life, one should lay down in behalf of his friends. Ye, are, friends of mine, if ye be doing that which, I, am commanding you. No longer, do I call you, servants, for, the servant, knoweth not what, his lord, is doing. But, you, I have called, friends, because, all things which I heard from my Father, made I known unto you. Not, ye, chose, me, but, I, chose you, and placed you, that ye should go your way and bear, fruit, - and, your fruit, should abide: that, whatsoever ye should ask the Father in my name, he might give unto you. These things, I command you, That ye be loving one another. If, the world, is hating, you, ye are getting to know that, me, before you, it hath hated. If, of the world, ye had been, the world, of its own, had been fond; but, because, of the world, ye are not, on the contrary, I, chose you out of the world, therefore, the world, doth hate you. Remember the word which, I, spake unto you: A servant is not greater than his lord. If, me, they persecuted, you too, will they persecute, - If, my word, they kept, your own also, will they keep. But, all these things, will they do unto you, on account of my name, because they know not him that sent me. Had I not come and spoken unto them, Sin, had they none; but, now, have they no, excuse, for their sin.


For it is impossible for blood of bulls and goats to be taking away sins.


What then shall we say? are we still to continue in sin that favour may abound? Far be it! we who have died unto sin, how, any longer, shall we live therein? Or know ye not that, we, as many as were immersed into Christ Jesus, into his death were immersed? read more.
We were, therefore, buried together with him through our immersion into his death, in order that - just as Christ was raised from among the dead through the glory of the Father, so, we also, in newness of life should walk. For, if we have come to be grown together in the likeness of his death, certainly, in that of his resurrection also, shall we be. Of this taking note - that, our old man, was crucified together with him in order that the sinful body might be made powerless, that we should, no longer, be in servitude to sin; For, he that hath died, hath become righteously acquitted from his sin.


To thee, O Lord, belongeth righteousness, but, to us, the shame of faces, as at this day, - to the men of Judah, and to the inhabitants of Jerusalem, and to all Israel, the near and the far off, throughout all the lands whither thou hast driven them, in their treachery, wherewith they had been treacherous against thee. O Yahweh, to us, belongeth the shame of faces, to our kings, to our rulers, and to our fathers, - in that we have sinned against thee.


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,


But, he that is in doubt, if he eat, hath condemned himself, - because, it was not of faith, and, everything which is not of faith, is sin.


When I saw among the spoil a certain goodly mantle of Babylonia and two hundred shekels of silver and a certain wedge of gold - fifty shekels the weight thereof, then I coveted them, then I took them, - and, there they are, hid in the earth, in the midst of my tent, and the silver under it.


Even from the presumptuous, keep back thy servant, May they not have dominion over me, Then, shall I be blameless, and shall be acquitted from great transgression:


And Achan answered Joshua and said, - Of a truth, I, have sinned against Yahweh God of Israel, and, thus and thus, have I done:


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;


Come, I pray you, and let us settle the disputer Saith Yahweh, - Though your sins be found like scarlet, As snow, shall they be made white, Though they appear red like crimson, As wool, shall they become.


Even from the presumptuous, keep back thy servant, May they not have dominion over me, Then, shall I be blameless, and shall be acquitted from great transgression:


Your love, be without hypocrisy, - loathing that which is wicked, cleaving to that which is good;


Ye have plowed lawlessness, perversity, have ye reaped, ye have eaten the fruit of deception, - because thou didst trust in thy chariots, in the multitude of thy mighty men.


For there have closed in upon me, misfortunes beyond number, Mine iniquities have overtaken me, and I cannot see, They have become more than the hairs of my head, And, my courage, hath forsaken me!


What fruit, therefore, had ye then - in things for which ye now are taking shame to yourselves? For, the end of those things, is death.


Did, then, that which is good, unto me become death? Far be it! But it was sin, that it might appear sin, through that which was good unto me working out death, in order that, exceeding sinful, might sin become through the commandment.


Christ, then, having suffered in flesh, do, ye also, with the same purpose, arm yourselves, - because, he that hath suffered in flesh, hath done with sins, -


What fruit, therefore, had ye then - in things for which ye now are taking shame to yourselves? For, the end of those things, is death.


And, being freed from sin, ye were made servants unto righteousness; -


All unrighteousness, is, sin, and there, is, a sin, not unto death.


How long, as regardeth this evil assembly, re they to be murmuring against me? The murmuring of the sons of Israel which, they, have been murmuring against me, have I heard, Say unto them: As I live, is the oracle of Yahweh: Surely as ye have spoken in mine ears, so, will I do unto you: - In this desert, shall your dead bodies fall And none of you who were numbered in all your counting, from twenty years old and upwards, - who have murmured against me, read more.
none of you, shall enter into the land, as to which I uplifted my hand to give you an abode therein, - save Caleb son of Jephunneh, and Joshua, son of Nun: whereas, your little ones, of whom ye said, they should become, a prey, I will bring them in, and they shall acknowledge the land which ye refused. But, your own dead bodies, shall fall in this desert; and your sons, shall be shepherds in the desert forty years, and shall bear your unchastities, - until your dead bodies are consumed in the desert. By the number of the days wherein ye spied out the land - forty days, each day for a year, shall they bear your iniquities - forty years, - so shall ye know my opposition. I - Yahweh, have spoken, Verily this, will I do to all this evil assembly, who have conspired against me, - In this desert, shall they be consumed And there, shall they die. Now as for the men whom Moses sent to spy out the land, - who returned and caused all the assembly to murmur against him by giving out rumour against the land, they died - the men who gave out an evil rumor of the land, - by the plague, before Yahweh. But, Joshua son of Nun, and Caleb son of Jephunneh! remained alive - of those men who went to spy out the land. And Moses spake these words unto all the sons of Israel, and the people were greatly depressed. So they arose early in the morning, and went up into the top of the mountain, saying, - We are here - therefore will we go up into the place as to which Yahweh hath said that we have sinned. But Moses said, Wherefore is it that, ye, are going beyond the bidding of Yahweh, - since that cannot prosper? Do not go up, For Yahweh is not in your midst, - Lest ye be smitten down before your enemies. For, the Amalekites and the Canaanites, are there before you, So shall ye fall by the sword, - For inasmuch as ye have turned back from following Yahweh, Therefore will Yahweh not be with you. But they presumptuously ascended into the top of the mountain, - though, neither, the ark of the covenant of Yahweh nor Mosses moved out of the midst of the camp. So ten the Amalekites and the Canaanites, that dwelt in that mountain, came down, - and smote them and routed them even unto Hormah.


For, the wages of sin, is death; but, God's gift of favour, is life age-abiding, in Christ Jesus our Lord.


If we say - We have not sinned! false, are we making, him, and, his word, is not in us.


Though I bathe myself in snow water, and cleanse, in cleanness itself, my hands, Then, in a ditch, wouldst thou plunge me, and mine own clothes should abhor me:


And, having come, He, will reprove the world - Concerning sin, and concerning righteousness, and concerning judgment: Concerning sin, indeed, because they are not believing on me;


All unrighteousness, is, sin, and there, is, a sin, not unto death.


For, the wages of sin, is death; but, God's gift of favour, is life age-abiding, in Christ Jesus our Lord.


And Pilate, being minded to do what would satisfy, the multitude, released unto them Barabbas, and delivered up Jesus, having scourged him, that he should be crucified.


And, when they were parting his garments, they cast lots.


For, mine iniquities, have passed over my head, Like a heavy burden, they are too heavy for me:


And, as he was reasoning of righteousness, and self-control, and the judgment to come, Felix, becoming greatly afraid, answered - For the present, be going thy way, and, when I find an opportunity, I will send for thee, -


When I kept silence, my bones became worn out, Through my groaning all the day;


Thoroughly wash me from mine iniquity, And, from my sin, make me pure;


Then, the coveting, having conceived, giveth birth to sin, and, the sin, when full-grown, bringeth forth death.


But coming, to himself, he said - How many hired servants of my father, have bread enough and to spare, whereas, I, with famine, here, am perishing!


The show of their face, hath answered against them, And their sin - like Sodom, have they told, they have not concealed it. Alas for their souls! For they have requited to themselves, calamity.


They strengthen for them a wicked word, They talk of hiding snares, They have said, Who can see them?


Of this taking note - that, our old man, was crucified together with him in order that the sinful body might be made powerless, that we should, no longer, be in servitude to sin;


A luxuriant vine, is Israel, fruit, beseemeth him, - According to the abundance of his fruit, hath he brought abundance to the altars, according to the goodliness of his land, hath he made goodly statues.


And he thoroughly digged it, And gathered out the stones thereof, And planted it with a precious vine, And built a tower in the midst thereof, Moreover also a wine-press, hewed he therein, - Then waited he that it should bring forth grapes. And it brought forth wild grapes:


There is no soundness in my flesh, By reason of thine indignation, There is no peace in my bones, By reason of my sin;


Whosoever is committing sin, lawlessness also, is committing, and, sin, is, lawlessness;


To him, therefore, who knoweth how to be doing, a right thing, and is not doing it, it is, sin, unto him.


Then, the coveting, having conceived, giveth birth to sin, and, the sin, when full-grown, bringeth forth death.


If we say - Sin, have we none! we are deceiving, ourselves, and, the truth, is not in us.


To him, therefore, who knoweth how to be doing, a right thing, and is not doing it, it is, sin, unto him.


Then, the coveting, having conceived, giveth birth to sin, and, the sin, when full-grown, bringeth forth death.


Whosoever is committing sin, lawlessness also, is committing, and, sin, is, lawlessness;


Whereas, if, in the light, we are walking, as, he, is in the light, we have, fellowship one with another, and, the blood of Jesus his Son, is cleansing us from all sin.


Lo! in iniquity, was I brought forth, And, in sin, did my mother conceive me.


How many are mine iniquities and sins? My transgression and my sin, let me know!


For thou writest, against me, bitter things, and dost make me inherit the iniquities of my youth;


His bones, are full of youthful vigour, yet, with him - in the dust, shall it lie down.


For I know how numerous are your transgressions, and how surpassing your sins, - ye adversaries of the righteous! ye acceptors of a bribe! Even the needy in the gate, have they turned away!


For I know how numerous are your transgressions, and how surpassing your sins, - ye adversaries of the righteous! ye acceptors of a bribe! Even the needy in the gate, have they turned away!


And, while they were hearing these things, they were being pierced in their hearts, and began gnashing their teeth against him.


If, iniquity, be in thy hand, Put it far away, and let there not dwell in thy tents perversity,


His bones, are full of youthful vigour, yet, with him - in the dust, shall it lie down.


What I see not, do, thou, shew me, If, perverseness, I have wrought, I will do it no more?


If I have sinned, then couldst thou watch me, and, from mine iniquity, thou wouldst not acquit me:


Nevertheless, because thou hast greatly blasphemed Yahweh, by this thing, the very son that is born to thee, shall, die.


Will Yahweh, be pleased, with thousands of rams? with myriads of torrents of oil? Shall I give my firstborn for my transgression? the fruit of my body for the sin of my soul?


BOTHTake ye for us, the foxes, the little foxes that are spoiling the vines, - and, our vines, are all blossom!


And, no curse, shall there be, any more; and, the throne of God and of the Lamb, shall be, therein, - and his servants will render divine service unto him, and they shall see his face, and, his name, shall be upon their foreheads.


And Simon, beholding, fell down at the knees of Jesus, saying - Depart from me! Because, a sinful man, am I, O Lord!


and there were going out unto him all the Judaea country and all they of Jerusalem, and were being immersed by him in the Jordan river, openly confessing their sins;


So Yahweh said, The outcry of Sodom and Gomorrah, because it hath become great, - And their sin, because it hath become exceeding grievous,




and said, O my God, I turn pale and am ashamed, to lift up, O my God, my face unto thee, - for, our iniquities, have multiplied above the head, and our guilt hath magnified itself unto the heavens.


And they saw him afar off, - and, ere yet he drew near unto them, they conspired against him, to put him to death.


Now, therefore, come! let us slay him and cast him into one of the pits, and we will say A cruel beast, hath devoured him, - And let us see what will become of his dreams.


And therefore have I sworn, respecting the house of Eli, - that the iniquity of the house of Eli shall receive no propitiatory-covering, by sacrifice or by present, unto times age-abiding.


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,


How that, God, was in Christ, reconciling, a world, unto himself, not reckoning, unto them, their offences, - and hath put, in us, the reconciling discourse.


So his brethren saw that their father loved him, more than any of his brethren, and they hated him, and could not bid him prosper,


How happy the son of earth, to whom Yahweh will not reckon iniquity! and in whose spirit is no guile!


the foolish, scoff at guilt, but, between the upright, is good pleasure.


For, until law, sin was in the world, although sin is not reckoned when there is no law, -


Do not let thy mouth cause thy flesh to sin, - neither say thou, before the messenger, that it was, a mistake, - wherefore should God be indignant at thy voice, and destroy the work of thy hands?


T'kel, - thou art weighed in the balances, and found wanting;

Belshazzar the king, made a great feast, to a thousand of his nobles, - and, before the thousand, was drinking, wine. Belshazzar, gave word, at the flavour of the wine, to bring the vessels of gold and silver, which Nebuchadnezzar his father, had brought forth, out of the temple which was in Jerusalem, - that the king and his nobles, his wives and his concubines, might drink therein.


But, a birthday feast of Herod taking place, the daughter of Herodias danced in the midst, and pleased Herod; wherefore, with an oath, he promised to give her, whatsoever she should ask for herself; and, she, being led on by her mother, - Give me (saith she) here, upon a charger, the head of John the Immerser. read more.
And the king, though grieved, yet, because of the oaths and the guests, ordered it to be given; and sent and beheaded John in the prison.


And ,Judas Iscariot, who was one of he twelve, went away unto the High-priests, that, him, he might deliver up unto them. Now, when they heard, they rejoiced, and promised to give him, silver; and he was seeking how, at a favourable opportunity, he might, deliver him up.


And Pilate, being minded to do what would satisfy, the multitude, released unto them Barabbas, and delivered up Jesus, having scourged him, that he should be crucified.


And, when they were parting his garments, they cast lots.