So 1 Jesus 2 said to them, “The kings of the Gentiles lord it over them, and those in authority over them are called ‘benefactors.’ 3
But Jesus called them and said, “You know that the rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them, and those in high positions use their authority over them.
Jesus called them and said to them, “You know that those who are recognized as rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them, and those in high positions use their authority over them.
He 1 exercised all the ruling authority 2 of the first beast on his behalf, 3 and made the earth and those who inhabit it worship the first beast, the one whose lethal wound had been healed.
For “physical exercise 1 has some value, but godliness is valuable in every way. It holds promise for the present life and for the life to come.”
The beast 1 was given a mouth speaking proud words 2 and blasphemies, and he was permitted 3 to exercise ruling authority 4 for forty-two months.
But I do not allow 1 a woman to teach or exercise authority 2 over a man. She must remain quiet. 3
But reject those myths 1 fit only for the godless and gullible, 2 and train yourself for godliness.
to knowledge, self-control; to self-control, perseverance; 1 to perseverance, godliness;
to godliness, brotherly affection; to brotherly affection, unselfish 1 love. 2
Each competitor must exercise self-control in everything. They do it to receive a perishable crown, but we an imperishable one.
Give a shepherd’s care to 1 God’s flock among you, exercising oversight 2 not merely as a duty 3 but willingly under God’s direction, 4 not for shameful profit but eagerly.
These men worked for Solomon as supervisors; there were a total of 250 of them who were in charge of the people. 1
I have observed the burden that God has given to people 1 to keep them occupied.
If people want to boast, they should boast about this: They should boast that they understand and know me. They should boast that they know and understand that I, the Lord, act out of faithfulness, fairness, and justice in the earth and that I desire people to do these things,” 1 says the Lord.
A song of ascents, 2 by David. O Lord, my heart is not proud, nor do I have a haughty look. 3 I do not have great aspirations, or concern myself with things that are beyond me. 4
A ruler will be established from Jacob; he will destroy the remains of the city.’” 1
Doing 1 justice brings 2 joy to the righteous and terror 3 to those who do evil.
where their worm never dies and the fire is never quenched.
The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin is the law.