29that whom He foreknew also He fore-limits a joint shaping out of allotment from the likeness of His Son; into this, Him to be a first born in many brothers. 30But whom He fore-limits, also these He calls; and whom He calls, also these He makes equitable; but whom He makes equitable, also these He renders glorious thoughts on.
7Ask and it will be given to you; seek by worshiping God and you will find; knock and it will be opened up to you. 8For each one: the one asking is getting hold of and the one seeking by worshiping God is finding and to the one knocking it will be opened up.
4But the God full of abundance being in compassion through much love of Him, by which love He loves us 5and you being dead to the coming down out of flight on the side, makes you alive together into Christ, into cheerful graciousness you are being saved…
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9 Noah is an equitable man; being complete in his generation; Noah is truly agreeable to God.
13 The one concealing all about an irreverence of his own shall not be moved along the true road, but the one leading out from being proven false shall be loved. 14 Supremely blest is a man who is cowering accordingly to all things through truly taking hold of, but the one dry in the heart, worthless evil will come to rest in him.
9 The one inclining out from the ear of him, of the not listening into law, also his wishful boasting of prayer forwards has become an abominable stench, 10 who is roaming straight in a worthless, evil road into decay, he himself will come to rest in. But the lawless ones will bring themselves through truth and will not come into, into it.
13Until I am coming myself, be holding forward in the reading (knowing completely), in the calling alongside, in the instruction. 14Do not be without interest of the cheerful graciousness in you, that given you through prophecy in the midst of the placing around of the hands of the older ones.
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11And these some of you were being, but you wash yourselves fully, but you are made terrifyingly clean, but you are made equitable in the name of the Lord Jesus and in the Spirit of our God.
16To one a smell of death into death, but to one a smell of life into life, and each arrives towards these.
7Do not be thinking hard according to your own self, but fear God and incline your way out of and away from evil. 8Only then will a healing be in your body and a caring all around inside your bones.