How do you respect the elders

Respect your elders

1 Timothy 5: 1-2 / LUT

Do not scold an old man, but exhort him as a father, the young as brothers, the old women as mothers, the young as sisters with all chastity.

Proverbs 19:20 / ESV

Obey the counsel and receive discipline that you may be wise afterwards.

Hebrews 13:17 / ESV

Obey your teachers and follow them; for they watch over your souls, as they should give an account for it; that they may do it with joy and not with sighs; because that is not good for you.

Ephesians 6: 1 / LUT

Children, be obedient to your parents in the Lord, for it is fair.

Leviticus 19:32 / ESV

You shall rise before a gray head and honor the ancients; for you shall fear your God, for I am the Lord.

Luke 17: 1-37 / LUT

But he said to his disciples, It is impossible that offenses do not come; but woe to him through whom they come! It would be better for him to have a millstone hung around his neck and tossed into the sea, than that he should annoy this little one. Beware! If your brother sins against you, punish him; and if he regrets it, forgive him. And if he should sin against you seven times a day and come back to you seven times a day and say, I am sorry! so you shall forgive him. And the apostles said to the Lord, Make us believe. And the Lord said, If you have faith like a mustard seed, and say to this mulberry tree, Get out and put yourself in the sea. so he will obey you. Who among you is who has a servant who plows him or grazes the cattle, when he comes home from the field, that he immediately say to him: Go immediately and sit down at table? Isn't it so that he says to him: Prepare what I eat for dinner, put on your apron and serve me until I eat and drink; then shall you also eat and drink? Does he also thank the servant for doing what he was told? I don’t mean it. So you too; When you have done all that is commanded you say, We are useless servants; we did what we owed to do ...

Genesis 27: 1-46 / LUT

And it came to pass, when Isaac was old, and his eyes grew dark, to see, he called Esau his elder son, and said to him, My son! But he answered him: Here I am. And he said, Behold, I have grown old and do not know when to die. So take your utensils, quiver and bow, and go into the field and catch me some game and make me what I like to eat, and bring it in for me to eat, so that my soul may bless you before I die. But Rebekah heard such words that Isaac said to his son Esau. And Esau went into the field to hunt game and bring it home. And Rebekah said to Jacob her son, See, I heard your father speak to Esau your brother, saying, Bring me game, and make me something to eat, and I will bless you before the LORD before I die. So now, my son, hear my voice, what I mean to you. Go to the herd and get me two good goats, so that I can make your father a meal of what he likes. You should bring this to your father so that he may eat, so that he may bless you before his death ...

Genesis 5: 1-32 / LUT

This is the book of the sex of man. Since God created man, he made him in the image of God; and created them male and female, and blessed them, and called their name man at the time they were created. And Adam was a hundred and thirty years old and begat a son who was like his own image, and his name was Seth. After that he lived eight hundred years and begat sons and daughters. that his whole age was nine hundred and thirty years, and he died. Seth was a hundred and five years old and became the father of Enos; and after that he lived eight hundred and seven years and had other sons and daughters; that his whole age was nine hundred and twelve years, and he died. Enos was ninety years old and begat Kenan and lived after that eight hundred and fifty years and begat sons and daughters; ...

Ruth 1: 1-22 / LUT

At the time when the judges were ruling, the land became more expensive. And a man from Bethlehem Judah went to the land of Moab with his wife and two sons. His name was Elimelech and his wife Naemi and his two sons Mahlon and Chiljon; they were Ephrathers of Bethlehem Judah. And when they came into the land of Moab, they stayed there. And Elimelech the Naemi man died, and she was left with her two sons. They took Moabite wives; one was called Orpa, the other Ruth. And when they had lived there about ten years, both Mahlon and Chiljon both died, that the woman outlived both her sons and her husband. So she arose with her two daughters-in-law and went back out of the Moabites; for she had learned in Moab that the Lord had visited his people and given them bread. And she went out from the place where she had been, and her two daughters-in-law with her. And as she was on the way to return to the land of Judah, she said to her two daughters-in-law, Go and turn back, each one to her mother's house. May the Lord show you mercy, as you have done to the dead and to me. May the Lord grant you that you may find rest, each one in her husband's house. And kissed her. So they lifted up their voices and wept and said to her, We want to go with you to your people ...