The Anglish Moot

Brought over from Greekish into Anglish by MDS.

Head 1[]

1 Paul, called to be a sendling of Jesus Christ by God's will, and brother Sosthenes,

2 to the fellowship of God in Corinth, hallowed in Christ Jesus, called to be holies, and among all those who call on the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ, in every stead, both theirs and ours:

3 Good will and frith are yours from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.

4 I thank God always for you, over the good will of God given to you in Christ Jesus,

5 that in everything ye were inriched in every way in word and knowledge of every kind,

6 like the witness of the Chosen One soothen in you,

7 so that ye lack not in any gift, looking forward to the atewing of our Lord Jesus Christ,

8 Who also will strengthen you unto the last, keeping you blameless in the day of our Lord Jesus Christ.

9 God is trustworthy, through Whom ye were called into fellowship with His Son, Jesus Christ, our Lord.

10 I bid you, siblings, in the name of our Lord Jesus, to tell all and not be any split among you, but be fully together in mind and meaning.

11 For some of Chloe's kin have made your wranglings open to me, siblings.

12 Now, I say this since each of you saith, "I am of Paul, I am of Apollos, I am of Cephas, I am of Christ."

13 Hath Christ been dealt out? Was Paul rood-fastened for you? Or were ye fulwayed into Paul's name?

14 I thank God that I did not fulway any of you but Crispos and Gaios,

15 so that no one can say that ye were fulwayed in my name.

16 And I fulwayed Stefanas and his household also; the rest, I bring not to mind if I fulwayed them.

17 For Chrsit did not to send me to fulway but to spread the GoodNews, not is wisdom of words, or the rood would be emptied of Christ.

18 For while the words of the rood is silliness to those that are foredone, while to us that are healed it is the might of God.

19 For it is written, "I will fordo the wisdom of the wise and the insight of the insightful I will throw away."

20 Where is the wise one? Where is the bookworm? Where is the swaycrafter of our time? Hath not God shown the wisdom of the world to be silly?

21 For since, in the wisdom of God, the world knew not God through wisdom, God thought well to brook the silliness of broadcasting to heal the believers.

22 And while Jews ask for tokens and Greeks seek wisdom,

23 we broadcast Christ rood-fastened; to the Jews a stumbling-block and to the Heathen silliness.

24 but to them whom are called, both Jews and Greeks, Christ is the might and wisdom of God.

25 For the silliness of God is wiser than wers and the weakness of God is stronger than wers.

26 For look at your call, siblings, how that not many were wise nigh to flesh, not many were mighty, not many were of athel birth,

27 however God chose the silly things of the world to bring down the wise and the weak things of the world He chose to bring down the mighty,

28 and God chose the unborn and outcast things of the world- things that seem idle, so to make naught that which is,

29 so that no flesh would brag at all before God.

30 but out of Him ye are in Christ Jesus, Who for us became wisdom from God, our rightwisness, our holiness, and our aleasing from sin,

31 that, as it hath been written, "Let the braggart brag in the Lord."

Head 2[]

1 When I came to you, siblings, I came not with lofty words or wisdom, forthtelling about the witness of God;

2 Nor did I show myself to be a know-it-all, but instead I chose to know only Jesus Christ and Him roodfastened.

3 And I came to you in dread and weakness and much shaking.

4 And I bode not with cleverly thought-out words of werish wisdom, but with a show of ferrow and might

5 so that your belief would not rest on the wisdom of weres but on the might of God.

6 What we speak to grown-ups is wisdom; not the wisdom of this world nor of the rulers of this world- who will be done away with shortly.

7 No, we speak about the wonder of God's wisdom, which lieth hidden, which God chose for our wulder before the world began.

8 Not one of the rulers of this world knew it, for if they had, they would not have roodfastened the Wulderdrighten.

9 But as it hath been written, "No eye hath seen, no ear hath heard, and no mind hath thought of the things that hath arreadied for those who love Him." (Esay 64:4)

10 But God hath opened them unto us by His Ghost. For the Ghost searcheth all things, even the deep things of God.

11 For which witeth everything about a body but that their own ghost? Likewise, no one hath wist everything about God but His Ghost.

12 We did not get the ferrow of the world, but instead the Ghost which cometh from God, so we could wist the things God hath freely given us.

13 We tell tell these not with crafty words of werish wisdom, but instead by words of the Ghost, as we spell out ghostly things to ghostly folks.

14 The lundish self doth not buy into the things of God's Ghost. It think them all silliness. It cannot know them since they must be ghostly undersought.

15 The ghostly wer deemeth all things, but is deemed by no one.

16 "Who hath known the mind of Drighten? Or who can rede Him?" (Esay 40:13) Answer: we who have the mind of Christ.