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 used to be the 1st Apostolic Father of the Church. Few information are identified approximately Clement's lifestyles. in line with Tertullian, Clement was once consecrated through Saint Peter, and he's recognized 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 purely actual extant writing is his letter, 1 Clement (c. 96), to the church at Corinth, in accordance with a dispute during which convinced presbyters of the Corinthian church have been deposed.
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12. Moreover, we must consider, that he who contends in a corruptible combat, if he be found doing anything that is not fair, is taken away and scourged, and cast out of the lists. What think ye then that he shall suffer, who does anything that is not fitting in the combat of immortality? 13. Thus speaks the prophet concerning those who keep not their seal; Their worm shall not die, and their fire shall not be quenched; and they shall be for a spectacle to all flesh. [Isaiah 66:24] 14. Let us therefore repent, while we are yet upon the earth: for we are as clay in the hand of the artificer.
Also let us not fear men, but rather God. Wherefore, if we should do such wicked things, the Lord has said: Though you should be joined to me, even in my very bosom, and not keep my commandments, I would cast you off, and say to you: Depart from me; I know not where you are, you workers of iniquity. [Matt. 7:23; Luke 13:26, 27] CHAPTER 3 1. That while we secure the other world, we need not fear what can befall us in this. 5. That if we follow the interests of this present world, we cannot escape the punishment of the other.
And if we do so, we shall sin; not considering from where we have been called, and by whom, and to what place; and how much Jesus Christ condescended to suffer for our sakes. 4. What recompense then shall we render unto him? Or what fruit that may be worthy of what he has given to us? 5. For indeed, how great are those advantages which we owe to him in relation to our holiness? He has illuminated us; as a father, he has called us his children; he has saved us who were lost and undone. 6. What praise shall we give to him?
CLEMENT OF ROME by St. Clement