3Let the husbandrender unto the wifeduebenevolence:andlikewisealso the wife unto the husband.4
The wifehathnotpower of her ownbody,but the husband:andlikewisealso the husbandhathnotpower of his ownbody,but the wife.5
Defraud yenot one the other,exceptitbewithconsentfor a time,that ye may give yourselves to fastingandprayer;andcometogetheragain,thatSatantemptyounotforyourincontinency.6But I speakthisbypermission, and notofcommandment.7For I would that allmenwereevenas I myself.But every manhath his propergiftofGod,oneafter this manner,andanother after that.8
I saytherefore to the unmarriedandwidows, It isgood for themif they abideevenasI.9Butiftheycannotcontain , let them marry : for it isbetter to marrythan to burn .
10And unto the married I command , yet notI,but the Lord,Letnot the wifedepartfrom her husband:11Butandif she depart , let her remainunmarried,or be reconciled to her husband:andletnot the husband put away his wife.12But to the restspeakI,not the Lord: If anybrotherhath a wife that believeth not,andshe be pleased to dwellwithhim, let himnotputheraway .
13And the womanwhichhath an husband that believeth not,and if he be pleased to dwellwithher, let hernotleavehim.