Category Archives: 朋友



箴言18:1 孤立自己的人只求滿足自私的心願,並違背一切實用智慧
(Proverbs 18:1) One isolating himself will seek [his own] selfish longing; against all practical wisdom he will break forth.

路加福音6:31 “你們希望人怎樣待你們,你們也要怎樣待人
(Luke 6:31) “Also, just as YOU want men to do to YOU, do the same way to them.

羅馬書12:10 要彼此以温情相待,存弟兄之愛,帶頭互相尊重
(Romans 12:10) In brotherly love have tender affection for one another. In showing honor to one another take the lead.

哥林多前書13:4 愛是長久忍耐、和藹仁慈的。愛不嫉妒,不吹嘘,不自大,
(1 Corinthians 13:4) Love is long-suffering and kind. Love is not jealous, it does not brag, does not get puffed up,

箴言25:17 你的腳要少進同胞的家,恐怕他受不了,就必恨惡你。
(Proverbs 25:17) Make your foot rare at the house of your fellowman, that he may not have his sufficiency of you and certainly hate you.

彼得前書4:8 最重要的是要熱切地彼此相愛,因為愛能遮蓋許多罪。
(1 Peter 4:8) Above all things, have intense love for one another, because love covers a multitude of sins.

箴言17:17 真朋友時刻顯出愛心,像兄弟為共患難而生。
(Proverbs 17:17) A true companion is loving all the time, and is a brother that is born for when there is distress.

(Proverbs 27:6) The wounds inflicted by a lover are faithful, but the kisses of a hater are things to be entreated.

腓立比書2:4 各人不要單顧自己的事,也要顧及别人的事。
(Philippians 2:4) keeping an eye, not in personal interest upon just YOUR own matters, but also in personal interest upon those of the others.

箴言18:24 有些友伴總是要彼此傷害,有的朋友卻比兄弟更親密。
(Proverbs 18:24) There exist companions disposed to break one another to pieces, but there exists a friend sticking closer than a brother.

彼得前書3:8 最後,你們人人都要思想一致,體恤别人,懷有弟兄之情、憐恤之心,為人謙卑,
(1 Peter 3:8) Finally, all of YOU be like-minded, showing fellow feeling, having brotherly affection, tenderly compassionate, humble in mind,

箴言13:20 跟智慧人同行,就有智慧;同愚昧人來往,難免吃虧。
(Proverbs 13:20) He that is walking with wise persons will become wise, but he that is having dealings with the stupid ones will fare badly.

哥林多前書15:33 不要受迷惑。不良的交往破壞有益的習慣。
(1 Corinthians 15:33) Do not be misled. Bad associations spoil useful habits.

傳道書4:9,10 兩個人比一個人好,因為二人辛勞,共享美好的收穫。要是一個跌倒,另一個可以扶起夥伴。要是只有一個人,跌倒了就沒有别人扶起來,那怎麽辦呢?
(Ecclesiastes 4:9, 10) Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their hard work. For if one of them should fall, the other one can raise his partner up. But how will it be with just the one who falls when there is not another to raise him up?