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13:1Let every soul to the higher authorities be subject, for there is no authority except from God, and the authorities existing are appointed by God,
13:2so that he who is setting himself against the authority, against God's ordinance has resisted; and those resisting, to themselves shall receive judgment.
13:3For those ruling are not a terror to the good works, but to the evil; and do you wish not to be afraid of the authority? that which is good be doing, and you shall have praise from it,
13:4for of God it is a ministrant to you for good; and if that which is evil you may do, be fearing, for not in vain does it bear the sword; for of God it is a ministrant, an avenger for wrath to him who is doing that which is evil.
13:5Therefore it is necessary to be subject, not only because of the wrath, but also because of the conscience,
13:6for because of this also pay you tribute; for servants of God they are, on this very thing attending continually;
13:7render, therefore, to all their dues; to whom tribute, the tribute; to whom custom, the custom; to whom fear, the fear; to whom honour, the honour.
13:8To no one owe anything, except to love one another; for he who is loving the other -- law he has fulfilled,
13:9for, 'You shall not commit adultery, You shall do no murder, You shall not steal, You shall not bear false testimony, You shall not covet;' and if there is any other command, in this word it is summed up, in this: 'You shall love your neighbor as yourself;'
13:10the love to the neighbor does work no ill; the love, therefore, is the fulness of law.
13:11And this, knowing the time, that for us, the hour already is to be aroused out of sleep, for now nearer is our salvation than when we did believe;
13:12the night did advance, and the day came nigh; let us lay aside, therefore, the works of the darkness, and let us put on the armour of the light;
13:13as in day-time, let us walk becomingly; not in revellings and drunkennesses, not in chamberings and lasciviousnesses, not in strife and emulation;
13:14but put you on the Lord Jesus Christ, and for the flesh take no forethought -- for desires.
Revised Young's Literal Translation

Revised Young's Literal Translation

The Revised Young's Literal Translation (RYLT) is a project by students at the Auburn University of Alabama. The RYLT is a modern English update of Young's Literal Translation (YLT). RYLT is an attempt to update the YLT's language to make it easier to understand. Although the RYLT is labelled as a work in progress and is public domain. As of October 2000, only the NT is available.