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Jay P. Green's Literal Translation 1993



14:1And receive the one who is weak in the faith, not to judgments of your thoughts.
14:2One indeed believes to eat all things, but being weak, another one eats vegetables.
14:3The one eating, do not despise the one not eating. And the one not eating, do not judge the one eating, for God received him.
14:4Who are you judging another's servant? To his own master he stands or falls. But he will stand, for God is able to make him stand.
14:5One indeed judges a day above another day; and another one judges every day alike . Let each one be fully assured in his own mind.
14:6The one minding the day, he minds it to the Lord. And the one not minding the day, he does not mind it to the Lord. The one eating, he eats to the Lord; for he gives thanks to God. And the one not eating, he does not eat to the Lord, and gives thanks to God.
14:7For no one of us lives to himself and no one dies to himself.
14:8For both if we live, we live to the Lord; and if we die, we die to the Lord. Then both if we live, and if we die, we are the Lord's.
14:9For this Christ both died and rose and lived again, that He might be Lord over both the dead and the living.
14:10But why do you judge your brother? Or why also do you despise your brother? For all shall stand before the judgment seat of Christ.
14:11For it has been written, " As I live, says the Lord, that every knee will bow to Me, and every tongue confess to God." Isa. 49:18; 45:23
14:12So then each one of us will give account concerning himself to God.
14:13Then let us no longer judge one another, but rather judge this, not to put a stumbling-block or an offense toward a brother.
14:14I know and am persuaded in the Lord Jesus that nothing by itself is common; except to the one counting anything to be common, it is common.
14:15But if your brother is grieved because of your food, you no longer walk according to love. Do not by your food destroy that one for whom Christ died.
14:16Then do not let your good be spoken evil of.
14:17For the kingdom of God is not eating and drinking, but righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit.
14:18For the one serving Christ in these things is pleasing to God, and approved by men.
14:19So then let us pursue the things of peace, and the things for building up one another.
14:20Do not by your food undo the work of God. Truly, all things are clean, but it is bad to the man who eats through a stumbling-block.
14:21It is good not to eat flesh, nor to drink wine, nor anything by which your brother stumbles, or is offended, or is weak.
14:22Do you have faith? Have it to yourself before God. Blessed is the one not condemning himself in what he approves.
14:23But the one doubting, if he eats, he has been condemned, because it is not of faith; and whatever is not of faith is sin.
Green's Literal Translation 1993

Green's Literal Translation 1993

Green's Literal Translation (Literal Translation of the Holy Bible - LITV), is a translation of the Bible by Jay P. Green, Sr., first published in 1985. The LITV takes a literal, formal equivalence approach to translation. The Masoretic Text is used as the Hebrew basis for the Old Testament, and the Textus Receptus is used as the Greek basis for the New Testament.

Green's Literal Translation (LITV). Copyright 1993
by Jay P. Green Sr.
All rights reserved. Jay P. Green Sr.,
Lafayette, IN. U.S.A. 47903.