By St. Clement
Pope Clement I (fl. 96),also often called Saint Clement of Rome (in Latin, Clemens Romanus), is indexed from an early date as a Bishop of Rome. He was once the 1st Apostolic Father of the Church. Few information are recognized approximately Clement's lifestyles. in line with Tertullian, Clement used to be consecrated by way of Saint Peter, and he's identified to were a number one member of the church in Rome within the past due 1st century. Early church lists position him because the moment or 3rd bishop of Rome after Saint Peter. Clement's in simple terms real extant writing is his letter, 1 Clement (c. 96), to the church at Corinth, in line with a dispute during which convinced presbyters of the Corinthian church have been deposed.
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We shall rise, and be judged in our bodies; therefore we must live well in them, 6. that we ought, for own interest, to live well; though few seem to mind what really is for their advantage, 10. and not deceive ourselves: seeing God will certainly judge us, and render to all of us according to our works. 1. And let not any one among you say, that this very flesh is not judged, neither raised up. Consider, in what were you saved; in what did you look up, if not while you were in this flesh. 2. We must, therefore, keep our flesh as the temple of God.
For the Lord himself, being asked by a certain person when his kingdom should come, answered, When two will be one, and that which is without as that which is within, and the male with the female is neither male nor female. 2. Now two are one, when we speak the truth to each other, and there is, without hypocrisy, one soul in two bodies: 3. And by that which is without as that which is within, he means this: he calls the soul that which is within, and the body that which is without. As therefore your body appears, so let your soul be seen by its good works.
1. And let not any one among you say, that this very flesh is not judged, neither raised up. Consider, in what were you saved; in what did you look up, if not while you were in this flesh. 2. We must, therefore, keep our flesh as the temple of God. For in like manner as ye were called in the flesh, ye shall also come to judgment in the flesh. Our one Lord Jesus Christ, who has saved us, being first a spirit, was made flesh, and so called us; even so we also shall in this flesh receive the reward.