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Many will say to me on that Day, 'Lord! Lord! Was it not in your name that we prophesied, and by your name that we drove out demons, and by your name that we did many mighty acts?'

But you say, 'Whoever tells his father or mother, "Anything of mine that might have been of use to you is given to God,"

"But if your own hand or your own foot makes you fall, cut it off and throw it away. You might better enter upon life maimed or crippled than keep both hands and feet but be thrown into the everlasting fire.

And if your own eye makes you fall, dig it out and throw it away. You might better enter upon life with only one eye than be thrown with both eyes into the fiery pit.

Then some children were brought up to him so that he might lay his hands on them and pray, but his disciples reproved the people for it.

It might have been sold for a large sum, and the money given to the poor."

Now the high priests and the whole council were trying to get false testimony against Jesus, so that they might put him to death.

But you say, 'If a man says to his father or mother, "Anything of mine that might have been of use to you is Korban," ' that is, consecrated to God,

And he said to them, "I tell you, some of you who stand here will certainly live to see the reign of God come in its might."

But Jesus said, "Do not tell him not to do so, for there is no one who will use my name to do a mighty act, and be able soon after to abuse me.

If your hand makes you fall, cut it off. You might better enter upon life maimed, than go with both your hands to the pit, into the fire that cannot be put out.

And if your foot makes you fall, cut it off. You might better enter upon life crippled, than be thrown with both your feet into the pit.

And if your eye makes you fall, tear it out. You might better get into the Kingdom of God with only one eye than be thrown with both your eyes into the pit,

It might have been sold for more than sixty dollars, and the money have been given to the poor."

And he went on a little way and threw himself on the ground and prayed that if it were possible he might be spared the hour of trial,

One day as he was teaching, there were some Pharisees and experts in the Law sitting near by, who had come from every village in Galilee and Judea and from Jerusalem. The power of the Lord was there, so that he might cure people.

But they did not understand what he meant, indeed it was concealed from them, in order that they might not comprehend it, and they were afraid to ask him what he meant.

And the Master said, "If your faith is as big as a mustard seed, you might have said to this mulberry tree, 'Be pulled up by the roots and planted in the sea,' and it would have obeyed you!

So they kept watch of him and set some spies who pretended to be honest men to fasten on something that he said, so that they might hand him over to the control and authority of the governor.

And he said, "What is it?" They said to him, "About Jesus of Nazareth, who in the eyes of God and of all the people was a prophet mighty in deed and word,

He came to give testimony, to testify to the light, so that everyone might come to believe in it through him.

For the high priests and the Pharisees had given orders that anyone who found out where he was should let them know, so that they might arrest him.

As it was the day of Preparation for the Passover, in order that the bodies might not be left on the crosses over the Sabbath, for that Sabbath was an especially important one, the Jews asked Pilate to have the men's legs broken and the bodies removed.

When they came, they prayed that the Samaritans might receive the holy Spirit,

and asked him for letters to the synagogues in Damascus, so that if he found any men or women there who belonged to the Way, he might bring them in chains to Jerusalem.

so that they might search for God, and perhaps grope for him and find him, though he is never far from any of us.

Before Paul could open his lips, Gallio said to the Jews, "If some misdemeanor or rascality were involved, Jews, you might reasonably expect me to listen to you.

the colonel ordered Paul brought into the barracks, and gave directions that he should be examined under the lash, so that he might find out why they made such an outcry against him.

They were also to provide horses for Paul to ride, so that they might take him in safety to Felix, the governor,

"In a hurry or not," said Paul, "I would to God that not only you, but all who hear me today, might be what I am??xcept for these chains!"

"He might have been set at liberty," said Agrippa to Festus, "if he had not appealed to the emperor."

Then as they were afraid we might go on the rocks, they dropped four anchors from the stern and waited anxiously for daylight.

The soldiers proposed to kill the prisoners, for fear some of them might swim ashore and escape,

Circumcision will help you only if you observe the Law; but if you are a lawbreaker, you might as well be uncircumcised.

so that just as sin had reigned through death, mercy might reign through uprightness and bring eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Did what was good, then, prove the death of me? Certainly not! It was sin that did so, so that it might be recognized as sin, because even through something that was good it effected my death, so that through the command it might appear how immeasurably sinful sin was.

Are you satisfied already? Have you become rich already? Have you entered your kingdom without waiting for us? I wish you had entered it, so that we might share it with you!

This is what I said in my letter, so that I might avoid coming and having my feelings hurt by the very people who might have been expected to make me happy, for I felt sure about you all, that what made me happy would make you all happy.

It is no strain for me to do this, as it might be for people who had never got so far, for I was the first to come all the way to you with the good news of the Christ.

to reveal his Son to me, so that I might preach the good news about him to the heathen, immediately, instead of consulting with any human being,

It was in obedience to a revelation that I went. I laid before them the good news that I preach to the heathen, presenting it privately to the leaders, for fear my efforts might be or might have been futile.

So the Law has been our attendant on our way to Christ, so that we might be made upright through faith.

In it, by divine appointment, I became a worker, that I might preach among you the message of God in its fulness??26 that secret, hidden from the ages and generations, but now disclosed to those who are consecrated to him,

We never sought praise from men, either from you or anyone else, though as Christ's apostles we might have stood on our dignity.

but I do not wish to do anything without your consent, so that your kindness might be voluntary, and not have the appearance of compulsion.

For perhaps this is why you and he were parted for a while, that you might have him back forever,

for God had resolved upon something still better for us, that they might not reach the fulfilment of their hopes except with us.