1 Peter 5:13

“The Church that is at Babylon elected, together with you, saluteth you, and so doth Marcus my sonne.”

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Other Translations

The [church that is] at Babylon, elected together with [you], saluteth you; and [so doth] Marcus my son.
- King James Version

She who is in Babylon, chosen together with you, sends you greetings, and {so does} my son, Mark.
- New American Standard Version (1995)

She that is in Babylon, elect together with `you', saluteth you; and `so doth' Mark my son.
- American Standard Version (1901)

She who is in Babylon, who has a part with you in the purpose of God, sends you her love; and so does my son Mark.
- Basic English Bible

She that is elected with [you] in Babylon salutes you, and Marcus my son.
- Darby Bible

The church that is at Babylon, elected together with you, saluteth you; and so doth Mark my son.
- Webster's Bible

The Church in Babylon, chosen like yourselves by God, sends greetings, and so does Mark my son.
- Weymouth Bible

She who is in Babylon, chosen together with you, greets you; and so does Mark, my son.
- World English Bible

The chirche that is gaderid in Babiloyne, and Marcus, my sone, gretith you wel.
- Wycliffe Bible

Salute you doth the [assembly] in Babylon jointly elected, and Markus my son.
- Youngs Literal Bible

Bible commentary

Wesley's Notes for 1 Peter 5:13

5:13 The church that is at Babylon - Near which St. Peter probably was, when he wrote this epistle. Elected together with you - Partaking of the same faith with you. Mark - It seems the evangelist. My son - Probably converted by St. Peter. And he had occasionally served him, as a son in the gospel.

People's Bible Notes for 1 Peter 5:13

1Pe 5:13 The [church that is] at Babylon. "She that is in Babylon" (Revised Version). The word "church" is not in the Greek. Peter probably referred to his wife. The salutations are from individuals. On Babylon, see topic 9257. Alford says, ``There is no reason whatever for regarding this any place but the Chaldean capital.'' [So doth] Marcus, my son. Most likely John Mark, the author of the second gospel. See Ac 12:12 13:5 15:37 Col 4:10.

Discussion for 1 Peter 5

  • Sharon
    Readig this chapter, This I have read many of time, but whe you are dealing with relationship whether man and women, it also refers to the releasing of evildoers, Nowing ,Jesus suffered more enemies than I do, still I have to seek the comfort that God, instilled in Jesus. Let God take care of those thats against us. Stop holding on to bitterness, release it so God can work on you to exhauste these
  • BSP
    God will make us firm and give us strength as verse 10 shows.
    We are living in a world where all things seems to be difficult; and surviving the trials of this present times also seems to be overwhelmingly difficult.Vs 10 of this passage is encouraging us who are called by God to be faithful and trustful still believing that after going through this earthly tribulations for a while,God will perfect our faith in him, establish,strengthen and finally settle us
  • Olayinka
    Faith is key to overcoming the devil. We cannot afford to allow our faith to fail. One way to sustain our faith and have victory is to recall testimonies of what God did for us and others. David use it to overcome Goliath. Our testimony of the ability of our God is a weapon that cannot fail. Shalom!
  • Lilian
    Jesus loves a humble heart. He will lift us up in due time. Cast your cares to him and Jesus will give us rest what a loving Father God we serve. IT IS ALWAYS JESUS WILL TO BLESS US, HEAL US AND GIVE US PEACE THAT NOT IN THIS WORLD CAN GIVE US LET'S GIVE THANKS TO THE BLOOD OF JESUS AND WORSHIP HIM FOREVER AMEN
  • Amoateng for verse 6
    Society even decides to assist whoever humbles him or herself

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