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1 Corinthians 7:14 GNT

14 For the unbelieving husband is made acceptable to God by being united to his wife, and the unbelieving wife is made acceptable to God by being united to her Christian husband. If this were not so, their children would be like pagan children; but as it is, they are acceptable to God.

Study tools for 1 Corinthians 7:14

  • 1 7:10 - 7.10, 11 Mt 5.32; 19.9; Mk 10.11, 12; Lk 16.18.
  • 2 7:18 - +27.18 1 Macc 1.15.
  • a 7:1 - A man does well not to marry; [or] You say that a man does well not to marry.
  • b 7:16 - How can you be sure . . . that you will not save; [or] How do you know . . . that you will save.
  • c 7:16 - How can you be sure . . . that you will not save; [or] How do you know . . . that you will save.
  • d 7:21 - but if you have a chance to become free, use it; [or] but even if you have a chance to become free, choose rather to make the best of your condition as a slave.
  • e 7:36 - an engaged couple . . . as he wants to; [or] a man and his unmarried daughter: if he feels that he is not acting properly toward her, and if she is at the right age to marry, then he should do as he wishes and let her get married.
  • f 7:37 - not to marry; [or] not to let his daughter get married.
  • g 7:37 - marry the young woman; [or] let her get married.
  • h 7:38 - marries; [or] lets his daughter get married.
  • i 7:38 - doesn't marry; [or] doesn't let her get married.