Let marriage be (o gamo). No verb in the Greek. The copula can be supplied either estin (is) or estw (let be, imperative). Had in honour (timio). Old adjective from timh (honour) as in Acts 5:34 . Gamo elsewhere in the N.T., means the wedding or wedding feast ( Matthew 22:29 ; John 2:1 ). Undefiled (amianto). Old compound word (alpha privative and verbal of miainw, to defile), already in Hebrews 7:26 . Miainw thn koithn is a common expression for adultery. Fornicators (pornou). Unmarried and impure. Adulterers (moicou). Impure married persons. God will judge both classes whether men do or not.