Hebrews - Chapter 13
2 and remember always to welcome strangers, for by doing this, some people have entertained angels without knowing it.
3 Keep in mind those who are in prison, as though you were in prison with them; and those who are being badly treated, since you too are in the body.
4 Marriage must be honoured by all, and marriages must be kept undefiled, because the sexually immoral and adulterers will come under God's judgement.
6 and so we can say with confidence: With the Lord on my side, I fear nothing: what can human beings do to me?
10 We have our own altar from which those who serve the Tent have no right to eat.
12 and so Jesus too suffered outside the gate to sanctify the people with his own blood.
18 Pray for us; we are sure that our own conscience is clear and we are certainly determined to behave honourably in everything we do.
23 I want you to know that our brother Timothy has been set free. If he arrives in time, he will be with me when I see you.
24 Greetings to all your leaders and to all God's holy people. God's holy people in Italy send you greetings.
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