saying, “This man is persuading 1 people to worship God in a way contrary to 2 the law!”
“‘If in spite of these things 1 you do not allow yourselves to be disciplined and you walk in hostility against me, 2
On the contrary, those members that seem to be weaker are essential,
Now I urge you, brothers and sisters, 1 to watch out for those who create dissensions and obstacles contrary to the teaching that you learned. Avoid them!
On the contrary, when they saw 1 that I was entrusted with the gospel to the uncircumcised 2 just as Peter was to the circumcised 3
sexually immoral people, practicing homosexuals, 1 kidnappers, liars, perjurers – in fact, for any who live contrary to sound teaching.
I myself will also walk in hostility against you and strike you 1 seven times on account of your sins.
“‘If in spite of this 1 you do not obey me but walk in hostility against me, 2
I will walk in hostile rage against you 1 and I myself will also discipline you seven times on account of your sins.
“‘If you walk in hostility against me 1 and are not willing to obey me, I will increase your affliction 2 seven times according to your sins.
and 1 Jason has welcomed them as guests! They 2 are all acting against Caesar’s 3 decrees, saying there is another king named 4 Jesus!” 5
Do we then nullify 1 the law through faith? Absolutely not! Instead 2 we uphold the law.
But even if we (or an angel from heaven) should preach 1 a gospel contrary to the one we preached to you, 2 let him be condemned to hell! 3
As we have said before, and now I say again, if any one is preaching to you a gospel contrary to what you received, let him be condemned to hell! 1
Meanwhile the boat, already far from land, 1 was taking a beating from the waves because the wind was against it.
Of course, 1 I myself was convinced 2 that it was necessary to do many things hostile to the name of Jesus the Nazarene.
However, when 1 they confess their iniquity and their ancestors’ iniquity which they committed by trespassing against me, 2 by which they also walked 3 in hostility against me 4
(and I myself will walk in hostility against them and bring them into the land of their enemies), and 1 then their uncircumcised hearts become humbled and they make up for 2 their iniquity,
From there we put out to sea 1 and sailed under the lee 2 of Cyprus because the winds were against us.
But about Israel he says, “All day long I held out my hands to this disobedient and stubborn people!” 1