1 John 5

1Every one the believing, that Jesus is the Anointed, by the God has been begotten; and every one the loving the one having begot, love also the one having been begotten by him. 2By this we know, that we love the children of the God, when the God we may love and the commandments of him we may keep. 3This for is the love of the God, that the commandments of him we may keep; and the commandments of him burdensome not are, 4because all that having been begotten by the God, overcomes the world; and this is the victory that having overcome the world, the faith of us. 5Who is the one overcoming the world, if not the one believing, that Jesus is the son of the God? 6This is the one having come by means of water and blood, Jesus the Anointed; not by the water only, but by the water and the blood; and the spirit is the one testifying, because the spirit is the truth. 7Because three are those testifying; 8the spirit, and the water, and the blood; and the three for the one are. 9If the testimony of the men we receive, the testimony of the God greater is; because this is the testimony of the God, which he has testified concerning the son of himself. 10The one believing into the son of the God, has the testimony in himself; the not one believing the God, a liar has made him, because not he has believed in the testimony, which has testified the god concerning the son of himself. 11And this is the testimony because life age-lasting gave to us the God, and this the life in the son of him is. 12The one having the son, has the life; the not one having the son of the God, the life not has. 13These things I wrote to you, so that you may know, that life age-lasting you have those believing into the name of the son of the God. 14And this is the boldness which we have towards him, that if anything we may ask according to the will of him, he hears us; 15and if we know, that he hears us, whatever we may ask, we know, that we have the petitions which we have asked from him. 16If any one should see the brother of himself sinning a sin not to death, he shall ask, and he will give to him life, for those sinning not to death. It is a sin to death; not concerning that I say that he should ask. 17All unrighteousness sin is; and it is a sin not to death. 18We know, that every one the having been begotten by the God, not sins; but the one having been begotten by the God, keeps himself, and the evil one not lays hold of him. 19We know, that from the God we are, and the world whole in the evil one lies. 20And we know, that the son of the God is come, and has given to us an understanding, so that we might know the true one; and we are in the true one, in the son of him Jesus Anointed. This is the true God, and the life age-lasting. 21Dear children, do you keep yourselves from the idols.
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