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For where there is a will, the death of the one who made it must be proven. 1
Therefore it is necessary to be in subjection, not only because of the wrath of the authorities 1 but also because of your conscience. 2
For when the priesthood changes, a change in the law must come 1 as well.
Because of the impending crisis I think it best for you to remain as you are.
But as God’s servants, 1 we have commended ourselves in every way, 2 with great endurance, in persecutions, 3 in difficulties, in distresses,
Each one of you should give 1 just as he has decided in his heart, 2 not reluctantly 3 or under compulsion, 4 because God loves a cheerful giver.
So 1 in all our distress and affliction, we were reassured about you, brothers and sisters, 2 through your faith.
Woe to the world because of stumbling blocks! It 1 is necessary that stumbling blocks come, but woe to the person through whom they come.
Woe to those who are pregnant and to those who are nursing their babies in those days! For there will be great distress 1 on the earth and wrath against this people.
For if I preach the gospel, I have no reason for boasting, because I am compelled to do this. Woe to me if I do not preach the gospel!
Therefore I am content with 1 weaknesses, with insults, with troubles, with persecutions and difficulties 2 for the sake of Christ, for whenever I am weak, then I am strong.
you may be able to comprehend with all the saints what is the breadth and length and height and depth, 1
However, 1 without your consent I did not want to do anything, so that your good deed would not be out of compulsion, but from your own willingness.
So it was necessary for the sketches 1 of the things in heaven to be purified with these sacrifices, 2 but the heavenly things themselves required 3 better sacrifices than these.
But one after another they all 1 began to make excuses. 2 The first said to him, ‘I have bought a field, 3 and I must go out and see it. Please excuse me.’ 4
But the man who is firm in his commitment, and is under no necessity but has control over his will, and has decided in his own mind to keep his own virgin, does well.
He has no need to do every day what those priests do, to offer sacrifices first for their own sins and then for the sins of the people, since he did this in offering himself once for all.
Dear friends, although I have been eager to write to you 1 about our common salvation, I now feel compelled 2 instead to write to encourage 3 you to contend earnestly 4 for the faith 5 that was once for all 6 entrusted to the saints. 7