1 Corinthians 7

1Concerning but what things you wrote to me, good for a man a woman not to touch; 2on account of but the fornications each man the of himself wife let have, and each woman the own husband let have. 3To the wife the husband the debt let render; in like manner and also the wife to the husband. 4The wife of the own body not controls, but the husband; in like manner and also the husband the own body not controls, but the wife. 5Not do you deprive each other, if not from agreement for a season, so that you may be at leisure for the prayer; and again to the same you may be, so that not may tempt you the adversary through the incontinence of you. 6This but I say as a concession, not as a injunction. 7I wish for all men to be as even myself; but each own has gift from God, one indeed so, another and so. 8I say but to the unmarried and to the widow; good for them, if they should remain as even I; 9if but not they possess self-control, let him marry; better for it is to have married, than to be inflamed. 10To those but having been married I charge, not I, but the Lord, a wife from an husband not to be separated. 11(if but even she should be separated, let her remain unmarried, or to the husband let her be reconciled;) and a husband a wife not to dismiss. 12To the but remaining things I speak, not the Lord; if any brother a wife has an unbeliever, and she thinks well to dwell with him, not let him dismiss her; 13and a wife who has a husband an unbeliever, and he thinks well to dwell with her, not let her dismiss him. 14Has been sanctified for the husband the unbelieving in the wife, and has been sanctified the wife the unbelieving in the husband; otherwise indeed the children of you unclean is, now but holy is. 15If but the unbelieving withdraws, let him withdraw; not is enslaved the brother or the sister with the such like. In but peace has called us the God. 16How for knowest thou, O wife, if the husband thou shalt save? or how knowest thou, O husband, if the wife thou shalt save. 17If not to each other as distributed the Lord, each one even as has called the God so let him walk. And thus in the congregations all I appoint. 18Having been circumcised any one who called, not let him be uncircumcised; in uncircumcision any one was called, not let him be circumcised. 19The circumcision nothing is, and the uncircumcision nothing is, but keeping of commandments of God. 20Each one in the calling in which he was called, in this let him remain. 21A slave wast thou called, not to thee let it be a care; but if also thou art able free to become, rather use. 22He for in Lord being called a slave a freedman of Lord is; in like manner also the freeman being called, a slave is of Anointed. 23For a price you were bought; not become you slaves of men. 24Each one in which he was called, brethren, in this let him remain with God. 25Concerning and the virgins, a commandment of Lord not I have; a judgment but I give, as having obtained mercy from Lord faithful to be. 26I declare then, this well to be because of the having been present distress, that well for a man the true to be. 27Art thou having been bound to a wife, not seek thou a release; hast thou been loosed from a wife, not seek thou a wife. 28If but even thou shouldst have married, not thou didst sin; and if should have married the virgin, not she sinned; affliction but in the flesh shall have those such like; I but you spake. 29This but I say, brethren, the season having been shortened the remainder is; that both those having wives, as not having should be; 30and those weeping; as not weeping; and those rejoicing, as not rejoicing; and those buying, as not possessing; 31and those using the world this, as not abusing. Passes by for the form of the world this. 32I wish but you free from anxieties to be. The unmarried cares for the things of the Lord, how he shall please the Lord; 33hew but having married cares for the things of the world, how he shall please the wife. 34Has been divided the wife and the virgin; the unmarried cares for the things of the Lord, so that may be holy both in body and in spirit; the but one having married cares for the things of the world, how she shall please the husband. 35This and for the of you yourselves benefit I say; not that a snare to you I may throw, but for the decorum and devotedness to the Lord without solicitude. 36If but any one to behave indecently toward the virgin of himself thinks, if she may be beyond age, and to it is fitting to be; what he wishes let him do, not he sins; let them marry. 37Who but he has stood settled in the heart, not having necessity control but has concerning the own will, and this has resolved in the the heart of himself the to keep the himself virgin, well does. 38So that even he giving in marriage, well does; and he not marrying, better does. 39A wife is bound for so long time may live the husband of her; if but should fall asleep the husband of her, free she is to whom she wills to be married, only in Lord. 40Happier but she is, if thus she should remain according to the my judgment; I think and even I spirit of God to have.
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