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1 Corinthians 5

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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.

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