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For the one who does wrong will be repaid for his wrong, 1 and there are no exceptions. 2
But you yourselves wrong and cheat, and you do this to your brothers and sisters! 1
The evildoer must continue to do evil, 1 and the one who is morally filthy 2 must continue to be filthy. The 3 one who is righteous must continue to act righteously, and the one who is holy must continue to be holy.”
Make room for us in your hearts; 1 we have wronged no one, we have ruined no one, 2 we have exploited no one. 3
Now if he has defrauded you of anything or owes you anything, charge what he owes 1 to me.
So then, even though I wrote to you, it was not on account of the one who did wrong, or on account of the one who was wronged, but to reveal to you your eagerness on our behalf 1 before God.
If 1 anyone wants to harm them, fire comes out of their mouths 2 and completely consumes 3 their enemies. If 4 anyone wants to harm them, they must be killed this way.
And the landowner 1 replied to one of them, 2 ‘Friend, I am not treating you unfairly. Didn’t you agree with me to work for the standard wage? 3
When 1 he saw one of them being hurt unfairly, 2 Moses 3 came to his defense 4 and avenged the person who was mistreated by striking down the Egyptian.
But the man who was unfairly hurting his neighbor pushed 1 Moses 2 aside, saying, ‘Who made 3 you a ruler and judge over us?
I beg you, brothers and sisters, 1 become like me, because I have become like you. You have done me no wrong!
The next day Moses 1 saw two men 2 fighting, and tried to make peace between 3 them, saying, ‘Men, you are brothers; why are you hurting one another?’
The fact that you have lawsuits among yourselves demonstrates that you have already been defeated. Why not rather be wronged? Why not rather be cheated?
suffering harm as the wages for their harmful ways. 1 By considering it a pleasure to carouse in broad daylight, 2 they are stains and blemishes, indulging 3 in their deceitful pleasures when they feast together with you.
The one who has an ear had better hear what the Spirit says to the churches. The one who conquers 1 will in no way be harmed by the second death.’
“Do not damage the earth or the sea or the trees until we have put a seal on the foreheads of the servants 1 of our God.”
They have 1 tails and stingers like scorpions, and their ability 2 to injure people for five months is in their tails.
Look, I have given you authority to tread 1 on snakes and scorpions 2 and on the full force of the enemy, 3 and nothing will 4 hurt you.
Paul replied, 1 “I am standing before Caesar’s 2 judgment seat, 3 where I should be tried. 4 I have done nothing wrong 5 to the Jews, as you also know very well. 6
If then I am in the wrong 1 and have done anything that deserves death, I am not trying to escape dying, 2 but if not one of their charges against me is true, 3 no one can hand me over to them. 4 I appeal to Caesar!” 5