- And I coulde not speake vnto you brethren, as vnto spirituall, but as vnto carnall [eue] as vnto babes in Christe.
- I gaue you mylke to drynke, and not meate: For ye then were not stronge, neither are ye as yet.
- For ye are carnal.
Seing then, there is among you enuying, & stryfe, and sectes, are ye not carnall, and walke as men?
- For whyle one sayth, I am of Paul, and another, I am of Apollo, are ye not carnall?
- What is Paul?
what is Apollo?
Only ministers are they by whom ye beleued, euen as the Lorde gaue to euery man.
- I haue planted, Apollo watered: but God gaue the encrease.
- So then, neither is he that planteth any thyng, neither he that watreth: but God that geueth the encrease.
- He that planteth, & he that watreth, are one, and euery man shal receaue his rewarde accordyng to his labour.
- For we together are Gods labourers, ye are Gods husbandrie [ye are] Gods buyldyng.
- Accordyng to the grace of God geuen vnto me, as a wise maister builder haue I layde the foundation, and another buyldeth theron.
But let euery man take heede howe he buyldeth vpon.
- For other foundation can no man lay, then that that is layde, which is Iesus Christe.
- If any man buylde on this foundation, golde, syluer, precious stones, tymber, haye [or] stubble:
- Euery mans worke shal appeare.
The day shall declare it, because it shalbe reuealed by the fire: And the fire shall trie euery mans worke what it is.
- If any mans worke that he hath built vpon abyde, he shall receaue a reward.
- If any mans worke burne, he shall suffer losse, but he shalbe safe hym selfe: neuertheles, yet as it were through fire.
- Knowe ye not that ye are the temple of God, and that the spirite of God dwelleth in you?
- If any man defyle the temple of God, hym shall God destroy.
For the temple of God is holy, which [temple] ye are.
- Let no man deceaue him selfe.
Yf any man among you seeme to be wise in this worlde, let hym be a foole, that he may be wyse.
- For the wisedome of this worlde, is foolishnesse with God.
For it is writte: He compasseth the wise in their own craftynesse.
- And agayne The Lorde knoweth the thoughtes of the wyse, that they be vayne.
- Therfore, let no man reioyce in men: For all thynges are yours:
- Whether it be Paul, or Apollo, or Cephas, either the worlde, either lyfe, or death, whether they be present thinges, or thynges to come, all are yours:
- And ye are Christes, and Christe (is) Gods.