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He came to what was his own, 1 but 2 his own people 3 did not receive him. 4
For each one will carry 1 his own load.
1 Wives, submit 2 to your husbands as to the Lord,
influenced by the hypocrisy of liars 1 whose consciences are seared. 2
He did not speak to them without a parable. But privately he explained everything to his own disciples.
The one who plants and the one who waters work as one, 1 but each will receive his reward according to his work.
It is not the wife who has the rights to her own body, but the husband. In the same way, it is not the husband who has the rights to his own body, but the wife.
After getting into a boat he crossed to the other side and came to his own town. 1
So they went away by themselves in a boat to some remote place.
And how is it that each one of us hears them 1 in our own native language? 2
We do hard work, toiling with our own hands. When we are verbally abused, we respond with a blessing, when persecuted, we endure,
who gave himself as a ransom for all, revealing God’s purpose at his appointed time. 1
He must manage his own household well and keep his children in control without losing his dignity. 1
Deacons must be husbands of one wife 1 and good managers of their children and their own households.
Slaves 1 are to be subject to their own masters in everything, 2 to do what is wanted and not talk back,
But each one is tempted when he is lured and enticed by his own desires.
Above all, you do well if you recognize 1 this: 2 No prophecy of scripture ever comes about by the prophet’s own imagination, 3
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.
But they were indifferent and went away, one to his farm, another to his business.
“For it is like a man going on a journey, who summoned his slaves 1 and entrusted his property to them.