Tyndale New Testament
1How dare one of you having business with another, go to law under the wicked? and not rather under the saints? 2Do ye not know that the saints shall judge the world? If the world shall be judged by you: are ye not good enough to judge small trifles. 3Know ye not how that we shall judge the angels? How much more may we judge things that pertain to the life? 4If ye have judgements of worldly matters, take them which are despised in the congregation, and make them judges. 5This I say to your shame. Is there utterly no wise man among you? what not one at all? that can judge between brother and brother? 6but one brother goeth to law with another: and that under the unbelievers?
7Now therefore there is utterly a fault among you, because ye go to law one with another. Why rather suffer ye not wrong? why rather suffer ye not yourselves to be robbed? 8Nay ye yourselves do wrong, and rob: and that the brethren.
9Do ye not remember how that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of god? Be not deceived. For neither fornicators, neither worshippers of images, neither whoremongers, neither weaklings, neither abusers of themselves with mankind, 10neither thieves, neither the covetous, neither drunkards, neither cursed speakers, neither pillers, shall inherit the kingdom of god. 11And such were ye verily: but ye are washed: ye are sanctified: ye are justified by the name of the Lord Iesus: And by the spirit of our God.
12All things are lawful unto me: but all things are not profitable. I may do all things: but I will be brought under no man's power. 13Meats are ordained for the belly, and the belly for meats: but God shall destroy both him and them. Let not the body be applied unto fornication, but unto the Lord, and the Lord unto the body. 14God hath raised up the Lord, and shall raise us up by his power. 15Other remember ye not, that your bodies are the members of Christe? Shall I now take the members of Christ, and make them the members of an harlot? God forbid. 16Do ye not understand that he which coupleth himself with an harlot, is become one body? For two (saith he) shall be one flesh: 17but he that is joined unto the Lord is one spirit. 18Flee fornication. All sins that a man doth, are without the body. But he that is a fornicator, sinneth against his own body. 19Know ye not how that your bodies are the temple of the holy ghost, which is in you, whom he have of God, and how that ye are not your own? 20For ye are dearly bought. Therefore glorify ye god in your bodies and in your spirits, for they are goddis.