- Hym that is weake in the fayth, receaue: not to iudgementes of disputyng.
- One beleueth yt he may eate euery thyng: Another which is weake, eateth hearbes.
- Let not hym that eateth, dispise hym that eateth not: And let not hym which eateth not, iudge hym that eateth.
For God hath receaued hym.
- What art thou that iudgest another mans seruaunt?
To his owne maister he standeth or falleth: Yea, he shalbe holden vp.
For god is able to make him stande.
- This man putteth difference betwene day and day.
Another man counteth all dayes alyke.
Let euery man be fully perswaded in his owne mynde.
- He that esteemeth the day, esteemeth it vnto ye Lorde: And he that esteemeth not the day to the Lorde, he doeth not esteeme it.
He that eateth, eateth to the Lorde, for he geueth God thankes: And he that eateth not, eateth not to the Lorde, and geueth God thankes.
- For none of vs lyueth to hym selfe, and no man dyeth to hym selfe.
- For yf we lyue, we lyue vnto ye Lorde: And if we dye, we dye vnto the Lorde.
Whether we lyue therfore, or dye, we are the Lordes.
- For to this ende Christe both dyed and rose agayne and reuyued, that he myght be Lorde both of dead & quicke.
- But why doest thou then iudge thy brother?
Either, why doest thou despise thy brother?
We shalbe all brought before the iudgement seate of Christe.
- For it is written, I lyue, sayth the Lorde: and all knees shall bowe to me, & all tongues shall geue prayse to God.
- So shal euery one of vs geue accompt of hym selfe to God.
- Let vs not therfore iudge one another any more: But iudge this rather, that no man put a stumblyng blocke, or an occasion to fall, in his brothers way.
- For I knowe, and am perswaded by the Lorde Iesus, that there is nothyng common of it selfe: but vnto hym that iudgeth it to be common, to hym is it common.
- But yf thy brother be greeued with thy meat, nowe walkest thou not charitably.
Destroy not hym with thy meat, for whom Christe dyed.
- Let not your good be euyll spoken of.
- For the kyngdome of God, is not meat and drinke: but righteousnesse, & peace, and ioy in the holy ghost.
- For he that in these thynges serueth Christe, pleaseth God, and is comended of men.
- Let vs therfore folowe those thynges which make for peace, & thynges wherwith one may edifie another.
- Destroy not the worke of God for meates sake.
All thinges are pure: but it is euyll for that man, which eateth with offence.
- It is good neither to eate fleshe, neither to drinke wine, neither any thyng wherby thy brother stumbleth, either falleth, or is made weake.
- Hast thou fayth?
Haue it with thy selfe before God.
Happy is he that condempneth not hym selfe in the thyng which he aloweth.
- For he that maketh conscience, is damned yf he eate, because [he eateth] not of fayth: For whatsoeuer is not of fayth, is sinne.