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Romanos 12:1–2

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I abeseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye bpresent your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, cacceptable unto God, which is your dreasonable eservice. 2 And fbe not conformed gto this world: but hbe ye transformed by ithe renewing jof your mind, that ye may kprove what is that good, and cacceptable, and perfect, lwill of God.

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Romanos 12:1–2 — The New International Version (NIV)

1 Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God—this is your true and proper worship. 2 Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.

Romanos 12:1–2 — English Standard Version (ESV)

1 I appeal to you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship. 2 Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.

Romanos 12:1–2 — New Living Translation (NLT)

1 And so, dear brothers and sisters, I plead with you to give your bodies to God because of all he has done for you. Let them be a living and holy sacrifice—the kind he will find acceptable. This is truly the way to worship him. 2 Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.

Romanos 12:1–2 — The New King James Version (NKJV)

1 I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that you present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your reasonable service. 2 And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God.

Romanos 12:1–2 — New Century Version (NCV)

1 So brothers and sisters, since God has shown us great mercy, I beg you to offer your lives as a living sacrifice to him. Your offering must be only for God and pleasing to him, which is the spiritual way for you to worship. 2 Do not be shaped by this world; instead be changed within by a new way of thinking. Then you will be able to decide what God wants for you; you will know what is good and pleasing to him and what is perfect.

Romanos 12:1–2 — American Standard Version (ASV 1901)

1 I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your spiritual service. 2 And be not fashioned according to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is the good and acceptable and perfect will of God.

Romanos 12:1–2 — 1890 Darby Bible (DARBY)

1 I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the compassions of God, to present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your intelligent service. 2 And be not conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is the good and acceptable and perfect will of God.

Romanos 12:1–2 — GOD’S WORD Translation (GW)

1 Brothers and sisters, because of God’s compassion toward us, I encourage you to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, dedicated to God and pleasing to him. This kind of worship is appropriate for you. 2 Don’t become like the people of this world. Instead, change the way you think. Then you will always be able to determine what God really wants—what is good, pleasing, and perfect.

Romanos 12:1–2 — The Holman Christian Standard Bible (HCSB)

1 Therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, I urge you to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God; this is your spiritual worship. 2 Do not be conformed to this age, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may discern what is the good, pleasing, and perfect will of God.

Romanos 12:1–2 — The New Revised Standard Version (NRSV)

1 I appeal to you therefore, brothers and sisters, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship. 2 Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your minds, so that you may discern what is the will of God—what is good and acceptable and perfect.

Romanos 12:1–2 — The Lexham English Bible (LEB)

1 Therefore I exhort you, brothers, through the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God, which is your reasonable service. 2 And do not be conformed to this age, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, so that you may approve what is the good and well-pleasing and perfect will of God.

Romanos 12:1–2 — New International Reader’s Version (NIrV)

1 Brothers and sisters, God has shown you his mercy. So I am asking you to offer up your bodies to him while you are still alive. Your bodies are a holy sacrifice that is pleasing to God. When you offer your bodies to God, you are worshiping him. 2 Don’t live any longer the way this world lives. Let your way of thinking be completely changed. Then you will be able to test what God wants for you. And you will agree that what he wants is right. His plan is good and pleasing and perfect.

Romanos 12:1–2 — New American Standard Bible: 1995 Update (NASB95)

1 Therefore I urge you, brethren, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies a living and holysacrifice, acceptable to God, which is your spiritualservice of worship.

2 And do not be conformed to thisworld, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may provewhat the will of God is, that which is good and acceptable and perfect.

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Sacrifice of Body and Mind.1* I urge you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God, your spiritual worship.a2Do not conform yourselves to this age but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and pleasing and perfect.b

Many Parts in One Body.3c For by the grace given to me I tell everyone among you not to think of himself more highly than one ought to think, but to think soberly, each according to the measure of faith that God has apportioned. 4d For as in one body we have many parts, and all the parts do not have the same function, 5so we, though many, are one body in Christ* and individually parts of one another. 6e Since we have gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, let us exercise them:* if prophecy, in proportion to the faith; 7if ministry, in ministering; if one is a teacher, in teaching; 8if one exhorts, in exhortation; if one contributes, in generosity; if one is over others,* with diligence; if one does acts of mercy, with cheerfulness.

Mutual Love.9Let love be sincere; hate what is evil, hold on to what is good;f10love one another with mutual affection; anticipate one another in showing honor.g11Do not grow slack in zeal, be fervent in spirit, serve the Lord.h12Rejoice in hope, endure in affliction, persevere in prayer.i13Contribute to the needs of the holy ones,j exercise hospitality. 14* Bless those who persecute [you],k bless and do not curse them.l15Rejoice with those who rejoice, weep with those who weep.m16Have the same regard for one another; do not be haughty but associate with the lowly; do not be wise in your own estimation.n17Do not repay anyone evil for evil; be concerned for what is noble in the sight of all.o18If possible, on your part, live at peace with all.p19Beloved, do not look for revenge but leave room for the wrath; for it is written, “Vengeance is mine, I will repay, says the Lord.”q20Rather, “if your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him something to drink; for by so doing you will heap burning coals upon his head.”r21Do not be conquered by evil but conquer evil with good.

* [12:1–13:14] Since Christ marks the termination of the Mosaic law as the primary source of guidance for God’s people (Rom 10:4), the apostle explains how Christians can function, in the light of the gift of justification through faith, in their relation to one another and the state.

* [12:1–8] The Mosaic code included elaborate directions on sacrifices and other cultic observances. The gospel, however, invites believers to present their bodies as a living sacrifice (Rom 12:1). Instead of being limited by specific legal maxims, Christians are liberated for the exercise of good judgment as they are confronted with the many and varied decisions required in the course of daily life. To assist them, God distributes a variety of gifts to the fellowship of believers, including those of prophecy, teaching, and exhortation (Rom 12:6–8). Prophets assist the community to understand the will of God as it applies to the present situation (Rom 12:6). Teachers help people to understand themselves and their responsibilities in relation to others (Rom 12:7). One who exhorts offers encouragement to the community to exercise their faith in the performance of all that is pleasing to God (Rom 12:8). Indeed, this very section, beginning with Rom 12:1, is a specimen of Paul’s own style of exhortation.

* [12:5] One body in Christ: on the church as the body of Christ, see 1 Cor 12:12–27.

* [12:6] Everyone has some gift that can be used for the benefit of the community. When the instruction on justification through faith is correctly grasped, the possessor of a gift will understand that it is not an instrument of self-aggrandizement. Possession of a gift is not an index to quality of faith. Rather, the gift is a challenge to faithful use.

* [12:8] Over others: usually taken to mean “rule over” but possibly “serve as a patron.” Wealthier members in Greco-Roman communities were frequently asked to assist in public service projects. In view of the references to contributing in generosity and to acts of mercy, Paul may have in mind people like Phoebe (Rom 16:1–2), who is called a benefactor (or “patron”) because of the services she rendered to many Christians, including Paul.

* [12:14–21] Since God has justified the believers, it is not necessary for them to take justice into their own hands by taking vengeance. God will ultimately deal justly with all, including those who inflict injury on the believers. This question of personal rights as a matter of justice prepares the way for more detailed consideration of the state as adjudicator.

a. [12:1] 2 Cor 1:3 / 6:13; 1 Pt 2:5.

b. [12:2] Eph 4:17, 22–23; 1 Pt 1:14 / Eph 5:10, 17; Phil 1:10.

c. [12:3] 15:15 / Phil 2:3 / 1 Cor 12:11; Eph 4:7.

d. [12:4–5] 1 Cor 12:12, 27; Eph 4:25.

e. [12:6–8] 1 Cor 12:4–11, 28–31; Eph 4:7–12; 1 Pt 4:10–11 / 2 Cor 9:7.

f. [12:9] 2 Cor 6:6; 1 Tm 1:5; 1 Pt 1:22 / Am 5:15.

g. [12:10] Jn 13:34; 1 Thes 4:9; 1 Pt 2:17; 2 Pt 1:7 / Phil 2:3.

h. [12:11] Acts 18:25.

i. [12:12] 5:2–3; Col 4:2; 1 Thes 5:17.

j. [12:13] Heb 13:2; 1 Pt 4:9.

k. [12:14–21] Mt 5:38–48; 1 Cor 4:12; 1 Pt 3:9.

l. [12:14] Lk 6:27–28.

m. [12:15] Ps 35:13; Sir 7:34; 1 Cor 12:26.

n. [12:16] 15:5; Phil 2:2–3 / 11:20; Prv 3:7; Is 5:21.

o. [12:17] Prv 3:4; 1 Thes 5:15; 1 Pt 3:9.

p. [12:18] Heb 12:14.

q. [12:19] Lv 19:18; Dt 32:35, 41; Mt 5:39; 1 Cor 6:6–7; Heb 10:30.

r. [12:20] Prv 25:21–22; Mt 5:44.

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1ASI que, hermanos, os ruego por las misericordias de Dios, que presentéis vuestros cuerpos en sacrificio vivo, santo, agradable á Dios, que es vuestro racional culto.2Y no os conforméis á este siglo; mas reformaos por la renovación de vuestro entendimiento, para que experimentéis cuál sea la buena voluntad de Dios, agradable y perfecta.

3Digo pues por la gracia que me es dada, á cada cual que está entre vosotros, que no tenga más alto concepto de sí que el que debe tener, sino que piense de sí con templanza, conforme á la medida de la fe que Dios repartió á cada uno.4Porque de la manera que en un cuerpo tenemos muchos miembros, empero todos los miembros no tienen la misma operación;5Así muchos somos un cuerpo en Cristo, mas todos miembros los unos de los otros.6De manera que, teniendo diferentes dones según la gracia que nos es dada, si el de profecía, úsese conforme á la medida de la fe;7si ministerio, en servir; ó el que enseña, en doctrina;8El que exhorta, en exhortar; el que reparte, hágalo en simplicidad; el que preside, con solicitud; el que hace misericordia, con alegría.

9El amor sea sin fingimiento: aborreciendo lo malo, llegándoos á lo bueno;10Amándoos los unos á los otros con caridad fraternal; previniéndoos con honra los unos á los otros;11En el cuidado no perezosos; ardientes en espíritu; sirviendo al Señor;12Gozosos en la esperanza; sufridos en la tribulación; constantes en la oración;13Comunicando á las necesidades de los santos; siguiendo la hospitalidad.

14Bendecid á los que os persiguen: bendecid y no maldigáis.15Gozaos con los que se gozan: llorad con los que lloran.16Unánimes entre vosotros: no altivos, mas acomodándoos á los humildes. No seáis sabios en vuestra opinión.17No paguéis á nadie mal por mal; procurad lo bueno delante de todos los hombres.18Si se puede hacer, cuanto está en vosotros, tened paz con todos los hombres.19No os venguéis vosotros mismos, amados míos; antes dad lugar á la ira; porque escrito está: Mía es la venganza: yo pagaré, dice el Señor.20Así que, si tu enemigo tuviere hambre, dale de comer; si tuviere sed, dale de beber: que haciendo esto, ascuas de fuego amontonas sobre su cabeza.21No seas vencido de lo malo; mas vence con el bien el mal.

Marzo 12 Romanos 12:1-2

Cómo manejar sentimientos difíciles

Proverbios 15:1; Mateo 5:21-26, 43-48;
Efesios 4:26,27,31,32; Santiago 1:19-21

Salmo 25; Lucas 12:22-31; Juan 14:1-7; 1 Pedro 5,7; 1 Juan 4:13-18

Salmo 37; Efesios 4:14; Colosenses 2:8; 2 Tesalonicenses 2:1-17;
1 Juan 2:3-6; 1 Juan 4:1-3; Judas 3, 4, 17-25

Salmo 16; Salmo 130; Lamentaciones 3:18-24;
Romanos 3:21-26; Romanos 5:1-11; Romanos 8:31-39;
Efesios 3:14-21; Hebreos 4:16

Salmo 55; Jeremías 15:10-21; Mateo 5:1-12

Salmos 42, 43, 62;
2 Corintios 1:3,4; 2 Corintios 4:1-5:10;
Filipenses 3:12-16; Filipenses 4:10-13

Salmo 8; Salmo 146; Proverbios 30:5;
Marcos 4:35-41; Juan 14,8-14; Juan 20:24-29; Santiago 1:5-8

Salmo 27; Salmo 46; Lucas 12:4-7; Juan 6:16-21

Job 36:1-33; Mateo 7:7-11

Éxodo 20:17; Proverbios 23:17; Proverbios 27:4;
Romanos 13:11-14; 1 Corintios 3:1-3; Santiago 3:13-18

Salmo 22; Juan 10:14-16, 27-30; Juan 14:15-21

Proverbios 18:9; Proverbios 21:25,26; Mateo 25:1-13; Tito 3:14

Salmo 38; Isaías 52,13- 53:12;
Mateo 9:9-13; Juan 15:18: 16,4;
Efesios 1:3-14; 1 Pedro 2:4-10

Levítico 19:17,18; Isaías 25:1-5;
Mateo 5:38-42; Romanos 12:17-21

Salmo 34; Juan 16:16-24; 2 Corintios 1:3-6

Números 6:24-26; Juan 14:27; 1 Corintios 1:3;
Filipenses 4:8,9; Colosenses 3:1-4, 15

Isaías 35; Isaías 40:28-31; Mateo 11:28-30

Cómo manejar situaciones difíciles

Abuso de sustancias y adicción
Salmo 40:1-5, 11-17; Salmo 116:1-7; Proverbios 20:1; Proverbios 23:19-21, 29-35;
Lucas 15:11-32; Romanos 7:18-25; Efesios 4:22-24; Hebreos 12:1-3

Muerte de un ser querido
Salmo 23; Isaías 25,6-12;
Juan 3:16,17; Juan 11:25-27; 1 Corintios 15:20-24;
1 Tesalonicenses 4:13-18; Apocalipsis 21:1-4

Deuteronomio 30:15-20; 1 Reyes 3; 4 Ester; Salmos 139:23,24;
Daniel 2:14-23; Filipenses 1:9-11; 1 Tesalonicenses 5:19-21;
2 Timoteo 3:14-17

Números 30:9; Deuteronomio 24:1-4;
Marcos 10:1-12; Tito 3:4-7; Pedro 2 1:3

Proverbios 10:18,19; Proverbios 11:13; Proverbios 16:28; Proverbios 18:8; Proverbios 20:19;
Proverbios 26:20-22;Mateo 15:10-20; Santiago 3:1-12

Salmos 41, 91; Isaías 38:1-20;
Marcos 1:29-34; Marcos 6:53-56; Santiago 5:13-16; 3 Juan 2

Presión de los amigos
Proverbios 1:8-19; Romanos 12:1,2; Efesios 5:1-20; 1 Timoteo 4:12

Éxodo 22:21; Éxodo 23:9; Levítico 19:33,34;
Mateo 7:1-5; Lucas 10:25-37; Hechos 10:34-36;
Gálatas 3:26-29; Efesios 2:11-22; Santiago 2:1-4

Abstinencia sexual
1 Corintios 6:12-20; Colosenses 3:5,6

Proverbios 1:8-19; Mateo 4:1-11; Mateo 6:13; Efesios 6:10-17;
1 Timoteo 6:6-10; 2 Timoteo 2:22-24; Hebreos 4:14-16;
Santiago 1:13-15; 1 Juan 2:15-17

Celebrar las cosas buenas de la vida

Josué 1:1-9; Filipenses 1:28-30; 1 Tesalonicenses 2:1-4; 2 Timoteo 1:7

Deuteronomio 4:1-14; Mateo 15:21-28; Romanos 10:5-13;
Colosenses 2:6,7; Hebreos 10:35-39; Hebreos 11:1-3; Santiago 1:12

Éxodo 20:12; Rut 1, 4:13-22; Salmo 127:3;
Marcos 3:31-35; Efesios 6:1-4; Colosenses 3:20,21

Salmos 32, 51, 103; Proverbios 28:13; Miqueas 7:18-20;
Mateo 6:14,15; Mateo 18:21-35; Efesios 4:32; Filemón

Éxodo 6:6-8; Éxodo 15:1-21; Levíticos 25:8-17;
Juan 8:31-38; Gálatas 5:13

1 Samuel 18:1-4; Proverbios 17:17; Proverbios 24:26; Proverbios 27:6;
Romanos 16:1-16; Filipenses 2:19-30; 1 Juan 2:7-11

Deuteronomio 15:1-11; Proverbios 11:25; Proverbios 22:9;
Mateo 6:1-4; Lucas 21:1-4; Hechos 2:43-47;
Hechos 4:32-37; 2 Corintios 8:1-15; 2 Corintios 9:1-15

Salmos 96, 98, 100, 107, 111; Lucas 17:11-19;
Efesios 5:19, 20; Filipenses 4:6; Colosenses 3:16,17

Salmos 1, 30, 84; Gálatas 5:22-26; Filipenses 4:4

Éxodo 20:16; Deuteronomio 16:18-20; Deuteronomio 25:13-16;
Proverbios 10:9; Proverbios 28:18; Efesios 4:15,16,25

Jeremías 29:11-13; Salmo 33; Salmo 119:114;
Romanos 15:4,13; 2 Tesalonicenses 2:16,17;
Hebreos 6:18b-20; 1 Pedro 1:3-7

2 Samuel 22:26-28; Esdras 8:21-23; Salmo 147:1-6;
Proverbios 16:18,19; Marcos 9:33-37; Lucas 9:46-48;
Juan 13:1-17; Filipenses 2:1-11

2 Samuel 9:1-13; Mateo 7:12; Mateo 25:31-46; 1 Pedro 3:8-12

Cantar de los Cantares 2:1-17; 1 Corintios 13; 1 Juan 4:7-21

Proverbios 15:18; Proverbios 25:15; Proverbios 29:11; Eclesiastés 7:8;
2 Tesalonicenses 1:3-5; Santiago5:7-11; 2 Pedro 3:8,9

Génesis 18:16-33; Números 14:11-25; Lucas 18:1-8

Éxodo 18:13-27; Mateo 25:14-30; Lucas 14:25-33;
Romanos 12:3-8; Gálatas 6:6-10; Hebreos 13:1-7

Salmo 85; Isaías 2:1-5; Isaías 11:1-9;
Juan 14:25-27; Gálatas 1:3-5; Filipenses 4:7

Celebrando los buenos momentos

Mateo 3:13-17, 28:18-20; Hechos 2:38, 39

Salmos 145, 150; Filipenses 4:4; 2 Pedro 1:5-9

Empezar la universidad
Proverbios 1:7; Proverbios 8:1-36; Proverbios 24:14; Mateo 7:13,14;
1 Corintios 1:18-31; Pedro2 1:2

Salmo 119:105; Proverbios 9:10-12;
Mateo 5:13-16; Mateo 6:19-21; Efesios 1:15-18;
Filipenses 1:9-11

Génesis 2:18-24; Salmo 45;
1 Corintios 13; Efesios 5:21-33; Colosenses 3:12-14

Recibir un premio o reconocimiento especial
Proverbios 13:2; 1 Corintios 9:24, 25; 2 Tesalonicenses 1:11, 12

Comenzar un nuevo trabajo
Proverbios 16:1-3; Gálatas 6:3-5; 2 Tesalonicenses 3:6-13;
1 Pedro 4:10, 11

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3 1 romanos 12

João F. Almeida Atualizada

1Rogo-vos pois, irmãos, pela compaixão de Deus, que apresenteis os vossos corpos como um sacrifício vivo, santo e agradável a Deus, que é o vosso culto racional.   2E não vos conformeis a este mundo, mas transformai-vos pela renovação da vossa mente, para que experimenteis qual seja a boa, agradável, e perfeita vontade de Deus.   

3Porque pela graça que me foi dada, digo a cada um dentre vós que não tenha de si mesmo mais alto conceito do que convém; mas que pense de si sobriamente, conforme a medida da fé que Deus, repartiu a cada um.   4Pois assim como em um corpo temos muitos membros, e nem todos os membros têm a mesma função,   5assim nós, embora muitos, somos um só corpo em Cristo, e individualmente uns dos outros.   6De modo que, tendo diferentes dons segundo a graça que nos foi dada, se é profecia, seja ela segundo a medida da fé;   7se é ministério, seja em ministrar; se é ensinar, haja dedicação ao ensino;   8ou que exorta, use esse dom em exortar; o que reparte, faça-o com liberalidade; o que preside, com zelo; o que usa de misericórdia, com alegria.   

9O amor seja não fingido. Aborrecei o mal e apegai-vos ao bem.   10Amai-vos cordialmente uns aos outros com amor fraternal, preferindo-vos em honra uns aos outros;   11não sejais vagarosos no cuidado; sede fervorosos no espírito, servindo ao Senhor;   12alegrai-vos na esperança, sede pacientes na tribulação, perseverai na oração;   13acudi aos santos nas suas necessidades, exercei a hospitalidade;   

14abençoai aos que vos perseguem; abençoai, e não amaldiçoeis;   15alegrai-vos com os que se alegram; chorai com os que choram;   16sede unânimes entre vós; não ambicioneis coisas altivas mas acomodai-vos às humildes; não sejais sábios aos vossos olhos;   17a ninguém torneis mal por mal; procurai as coisas dignas, perante todos os homens.   18Se for possível, quanto depender de vós, tende paz com todos os homens.   19Não vos vingueis a vós mesmos, amados, mas dai lugar à ira de Deus, porque está escrito: Minha é a vingança, eu retribuirei, diz o Senhor.   20Antes, se o teu inimigo tiver fome, dá-lhe de comer; se tiver sede, dá-lhe de beber; porque, fazendo isto amontoarás brasas de fogo sobre a sua cabeça.   21Não te deixes vencer do mal, mas vence o mal com o bem.   

Renovación de la mente - Romanos 12:1 - Estudio Bíblico
1Obsecro itaque vos fratres per misericordiam Dei, ut exhibeatis corpora vestra hostiam viventem, sanctam, Deo placentem, rationabile obsequium vestrum. 2Et nolite conformari huic sæculo, sed reformamini in novitate sensus vestri : ut probetis quæ sit voluntas Dei bona, et beneplacens, et perfecta.

3Dico enim per gratiam quæ data est mihi, omnibus qui sunt inter vos, non plus sapere quam oportet sapere, sed sapere ad sobrietatem : et unicuique sicut Deus divisit mensuram fidei. 4Sicut enim in uno corpore multa membra habemus, omnia autem membra non eumdem actum habent : 5ita multi unum corpus sumus in Christo, singuli autem alter alterius membra. 6Habentes autem donationes secundum gratiam, quæ data est nobis, differentes : sive prophetiam secundum rationem fidei, 7sive ministerium in ministrando, sive qui docet in doctrina, 8qui exhortatur in exhortando, qui tribuit in simplicitate, qui præest in sollicitudine, qui miseretur in hilaritate.

9Dilectio sine simulatione : odientes malum, adhærentes bono : 10caritate fraternitatis invicem diligentes : honore invicem prævenientes : 11sollicitudine non pigri : spiritu ferventes : Domino servientes : 12spe gaudentes : in tribulatione patientes : orationi instantes : 13necessitatibus sanctorum communicantes : hospitalitatem sectantes.

14Benedicite persequentibus vos : benedicite, et nolite maledicere. 15Gaudere cum gaudentibus, flere cum flentibus : 16idipsum invicem sentientes : non alta sapientes, sed humilibus consentientes. Nolite esse prudentes apud vosmetipsos : 17nulli malum pro malo reddentes : providentes bona non tantum coram Deo, sed etiam coram omnibus hominibus. 18Si fieri potest, quod ex vobis est, cum omnibus hominibus pacem habentes : 19non vosmetipsos defendentes carissimi, sed date locum iræ. Scriptum est enim : Mihi vindicta : ego retribuam, dicit Dominus. 20Sed si esurierit inimicus tuus, ciba illum : si sitit, potum da illi : hoc enim faciens, carbones ignis congeres super caput ejus. 21Noli vinci a malo, sed vince in bono malum.


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