1 Corinthians 5
|1||There is a true rumor that you [have] fornication, and moreover, such fornication, which is not heard even among the Gentiles, that someone [instead of] [wife] has his father’s wife.|
|2||And you became proud, instead of better crying, so that you who did such a thing would be removed from among you.|
|3||And I, absent from my body, but present [with you] in spirit, already decided, as if being with you: who had done such a thing,|
|4||in your congregation in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, common with my spirit, by the power of our Lord Jesus Christ,|
|5||betray to Satan for the exhaustion of the flesh, so that the spirit will be saved on the day of our Lord Jesus Christ.|
|6|| You have nothing to boast about. Don't you know that a little sourdough ferments all the dough?
|7||So clear the old yeast to be your new dough, because you are fermentless, for our Easter, Christ, is slain for us.|
|eight|| Therefore, we will not celebrate with the old sourdough, not with the sourdough of vice and craftiness, but with unleavened bread of purity and truth.
|nine||I wrote to you in a message - not to communicate with fornicators;|
|ten||however, not at all with the fornicators of this world, or the extortioners, or predators, or idolaters, for otherwise you should have left the world [this].|
|eleven||But I wrote to you not to communicate with someone who, being called a brother, remains a harlot, or a limber, or an idolater, or an abusive one, or a drunkard, or a predator; with this one doesn’t even eat together.|
|12||For what shall I judge also external? Are you not the judge?|
|13||External judges God. So cast out a perverted one from among you.|