Not, to your own things, severally looking, but, to the things of others, severally: -
We are bound, however, we, who are strong, the weakness of them who are not strong to be bearing, and not, unto ourselves, to give pleasure.
Let, no one, be seeking, what concerneth himself, but that which concerneth some one else.
If ye are, indeed, fulfilling, a royal law, according to the scripture - Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself, nobly, are ye doing;
And, whosoever shall cause to stumble one of these little ones who believe in me, it profiteth him, that there be hung a large mill-stone about his neck, and he be sunk in the wide main of the sea.
Rejoice with them that rejoice, weep with them that weep:
Hence, then, the things pertaining to peace, let us pursue, and the things which belong to the upbuilding one of another:
But be taking heed, lest, by any means, your right, itself, become, an occasion of stumbling, unto the weak;
Give no occasion of stumbling - whether to Jews, or to Greeks, or to the assembly of God:
Nay! much more, the members which seem to be weaker are necessary,
Love, is patient, is gracious. Love, is not envious, vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up,
Giving, no single, occasion of stumbling, in anything, that the ministry be not blamed;
Who is weak, and I am not weak? Who is caused to stumble, and, I, am not burning?
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