1 Peter

1 Pe 3:1       Similarly wives subordinate to their own husbands, that even if any disobey the word, through the wives’ conduct without a word they shall be gained,

1 Pe 3:2       looking upon your in fear pure conduct.

1 Pe 3:3       From these be not the outward braiding of hairs and wearing of golds or the adornment of putting on garments,

1 Pe 3:4       rather the secret woman of the heart in an incorruptible, gentle and quiet spirit, which is before God valuable.

1 Pe 3:5       It was thus then when also the holy wives hoping in God adorned themselves, subordinating to their own husbands,

1 Pe 3:6       as Sarah obeyed Abraham, calling him Lord, of whom you became children doing good and not fearing any intimidation;

1 Pe 3:7       the husbands similarly, cohabiting according to knowledge as with a weaker vessel, the feminine, assigning honor as coheirs also of the grace of life, that your prayers be not hindered.

1 Pe 3:8       The end now, all be like-minded, sympathetic, brotherly-loving, goodly-affectionate, humbly-minded,

1 Pe 3:9       not giving from evil against evil or abuse against abuse, against this then blessing, that to this you were called, that blessing you may inherit.

1 Pe 3:10     For the one wishing to love life
and to see good days
keep the tongue from evil
and the lips to not speak deceit,

1 Pe 3:11     incline now from evil and do good,
seek peace and pursue it;

1 Pe 3:12     because the eyes of the Lord are upon the righteous
and His ears to their entreaty,
the face then of the Lord upon those doing evils.

1 Pe 3:13     And who shall be eviling[1] you, if you became zealous of the good?

1 Pe 3:14     Rather if also you should suffer through righteousness are blessed. Then their fear, fear not, nor be troubled,

1 Pe 3:15     The Lord then the Christ sanctify in your hearts, ready always for a defense to all asking you a word about the hope in you,

1 Pe 3:16     rather with gentleness and fear, having a good conscience, that in what you are denounced, they may be shamed, those reviling your good conduct in Christ.

1 Pe 3:17     Better then good-doings, if one might will the will of God, to suffer than evildoings;

1 Pe 3:18     because also Christ once concerning sins suffered,
the just for the unjust,
that you He may gather to God,
killed in the flesh,
made alive now in the Spirit;

1 Pe 3:19     by whom also to the spirits in prison going, proclaimed,

1 Pe 3:20     disobeyed formerly when anticipating what God’s patience in the days of Noah, preparing an ark in which a few, that is eight souls, were saved through water;

1 Pe 3:21     which also you, antitype now baptism, saves, not of flesh putting off dirt, rather of good conscience, an appeal to God, through the resurrection of Jesus Christ,

1 Pe 3:22     who is at the right of God, having gone into heaven, subordinated to him angels and authorities and powers.

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