Follow ye peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see God.
Behold ye, that no man fail to the grace of God [Beholding that no man fail to the grace of God], that no root of bitterness burrowing upward hinder [us], and many be defouled by it [and by it be many men defouled];
that no man be lecher, either unholy, as Esau, which for one meat sold his first things. [+that no man be lecher, or unholy, as Esau, the which for one meal's meat sold his first things, or heritage.]
For know ye, that afterward he coveting to inherit blessing, was reproved. For he found not place of penance, though he sought it with tears.