4. Stumbling Weak Brothers
9 But beware lest somehow this 1right of yours become a astumbling block to the 2bweak ones.
10 For if anyone sees you who have aknowledge reclining at table in an bidol temple, will not his cconscience, if he is weak, be 1emboldened to eat the things dsacrificed to the idols?
11 For the one who is aweak is being 1bdestroyed by your cknowledge, the brother because of whom Christ ddied.
12 And sinning in this way against the brothers and 1wounding their weak aconscience, you sin against Christ.
13 Therefore if food 1astumbles my brother, I shall by no means eat 2meat forever, that I may not 1stumble my brother.