Bible Cross References
ye receive
Romans 15:7
Accept one another, then, for the glory of God, as Christ has accepted you.
Matthew 10:40-42
40
"Whoever welcomes you welcomes me; and whoever welcomes me welcomes the one who sent me.
41
Whoever welcomes God's messenger because he is God's messenger, will share in his reward. And whoever welcomes a good man because he is good, will share in his reward.
42
You can be sure that whoever gives even a drink of cold water to one of the least of these my followers because he is my follower, will certainly receive a reward."
Matthew 25:40
The King will reply, 'I tell you, whenever you did this for one of the least important of these followers of mine, you did it for me!'
Philippians 2:29
Receive him, then, with joy, as a believer in the Lord. Show respect to all such people as he,
Colossians 4:10
Aristarchus, who is in prison with me, sends you greetings, and so does Mark, the cousin of Barnabas. (You have already received instructions to welcome Mark if he comes your way.)
Philemon 1:12
I am sending him back to you now, and with him goes my heart.
Philemon 1:17
So, if you think of me as your partner, welcome him back just as you would welcome me.
2 John 1:10
So then, if some come to you who do not bring this teaching, do not welcome them in your homes; do not even say, "Peace be with you."
3 John 1:5-10
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My dear friend, you are so faithful in the work you do for other Christians, even when they are strangers.
6
They have spoken to the church here about your love. Please help them to continue their trip in a way that will please God.
7
For they set out on their trip in the service of Christ without accepting any help from unbelievers.
8
We Christians, then, must help these people, so that we may share in their work for the truth.
9
I wrote a short letter to the church; but Diotrephes, who likes to be their leader, will not pay any attention to what I say.
10
When I come, then, I will bring up everything he has done: the terrible things he says about us and the lies he tells! But that is not enough for him; he will not receive the Christians when they come, and even stops those who want to receive them and tries to drive them out of the church!
as
Ephesians 5:3
Since you are God's people, it is not right that any matters of sexual immorality or indecency or greed should even be mentioned among you.
Philippians 1:27
Now, the important thing is that your way of life should be as the gospel of Christ requires, so that, whether or not I am able to go and see you, I will hear that you are standing firm with one common purpose and that with only one desire you are fighting together for the faith of the gospel.
1 Timothy 2:10
but with good deeds, as is proper for women who claim to be religious.
Titus 2:3
In the same way instruct the older women to behave as women should who live a holy life. They must not be slanderers or slaves to wine. They must teach what is good,
for
Romans 16:3
I send greetings to Priscilla and Aquila, my fellow workers in the service of Christ Jesus;
Romans 16:4
they risked their lives for me. I am grateful to them---not only I, but all the Gentile churches as well.
Romans 16:6
Greetings to Mary, who has worked so hard for you.
Romans 16:9
Greetings also to Urbanus, our fellow worker in Christ's service, and to Stachys, my dear friend.
Romans 16:23
My host Gaius, in whose house the church meets, sends you his greetings; Erastus, the city treasurer, and our brother Quartus send you their greetings.
Acts 9:36
In Joppa there was a woman named Tabitha, who was a believer. (Her name in Greek is Dorcas, meaning "a deer.") She spent all her time doing good and helping the poor.
Acts 9:39
So Peter got ready and went with them. When he arrived, he was taken to the room upstairs, where all the widows crowded around him, crying and showing him all the shirts and coats that Dorcas had made while she was alive.
Acts 9:41
Peter reached over and helped her get up. Then he called all the believers, including the widows, and presented her alive to them.
Philippians 4:14-19
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But it was very good of you to help me in my troubles.
15
You Philippians know very well that when I left Macedonia in the early days of preaching the Good News, you were the only church to help me; you were the only ones who shared my profits and losses.
16
More than once when I needed help in Thessalonica, you sent it to me.
17
It is not that I just want to receive gifts; rather, I want to see profit added to your account.
18
Here, then, is my receipt for everything you have given me---and it has been more than enough! I have all I need now that Epaphroditus has brought me all your gifts. They are like a sweet-smelling offering to God, a sacrifice which is acceptable and pleasing to him.
19
And with all his abundant wealth through Christ Jesus, my God will supply all your needs.
2 Timothy 1:18
May the Lord grant him his mercy on that Day! And you know very well how much he did for me in Ephesus.