|1 Chronicles||1 Thessalonians|
|2 Chronicles||2 Thessalonians|
|Song of Solomon||2 Peter|
Honour thy father and thy
mother: that thy days may be
long upon the land which the
LORD thy God giveth thee.
Thou shalt not covet thy
neighbour's house, thou shalt not
covet thy neighbour's wife, nor
his manservant, nor his maid-
servant, nor his ox, nor his ass,
nor any thing that is thy neigh-
THE PROVERBS of
Solomon. A wise son
maketh a glad father: but a
foolish son is the heaviness of
A man that hath friends must
shew himself friendly: and there
is a friend that sticketh closer
than a brother.
Set me as a seal upon thine
heart, as a seal upon thine arm: for
love is strong as death; jealousy
is cruel as the grave: the coals
thereof are coals of fire, which
hath a most vehement flame.
Many waters cannot quench
love, neither can the floods drown
it: if a man would give all the
substance of his house for love,
it would utterly be contemned.
But when thou doest alms, let
not thy left hand know what thy
right hand doeth:
Wherefore they are no more
twain, but one flesh. What there-
fore God hath joined together,
let not man put asunder.
Jesus said unto him, If thou
wilt be perfect, go and sell that
thou hast, and give to the poor,
and thou shalt have treasure in
heaven: and come and follow me.
And again I say unto you, It
is easier for a camel to go through
the eye of a needle, than for a
rich man to enter into the king-
dom of God.
For I was an hungred,
and ye gave me meat: I was
thirsty, and ye gave me drink:
I was a stranger, and ye took
Naked, and ye clothed
me: I was sick, and ye visited
me: I was in prison, and ye
came to me.
For what shall it profit a man,
if he shall gain the whole world,
and lose his own soul?
I have shewed you all things,
how that so labouring ye ought to
support the weak, and to remem-
ber the words of the Lord Jesus,
how he said, It is more blessed to
give than to receive.
Every man according as he
purposeth in his heart, so let him
give; not grudgingly, or of neces-
sity: for God loveth a cheerful
For the love of money is
the root of all evil: which while
some coveted after, they have
erred from the faith, and
pierced themselves through
with many sorrows.
But if ye have respect to per-
sons, ye commit sin, and are con-
vinced of the law as transsgressors.
There is no fear in love; but
perfect love casteth out fear: be-
cause fear hath torment. He that
feareth is not made perfect in