Paul's Exhortation to Teach Sound Doctrine
Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ, according to the
command of God the
father, and our deliverer Jesus Christ, the one of our hope,
to Timothy genuine child in belief; favor, mercy, peace from God our father, and Jesus Christ our Lord.
As I appealed to you to remain in Ephesus, going to Macedonia, that you should exhort some not to teach a different doctrine,
nor take heed to fables, and [2
unlimited], which [2
make for] rather than the
administration of God, the one in belief.
But the end of the exhortation is love from out of a clean heart, and [2
a good], and [2
of belief 1
which some having missed their aim, turn aside to useless discussion,
wanting to be teachers of the law, not comprehending what they say, nor concerning what they positively assert.
But we know that [3is
law], if anyone [2
knowing this, that for the
law is not situated, but for the
lawless and unsubmissive ones, impious and sinners, unholy and profane, murderers of one's father and murderers of one's mother, manslayers,
fornicators, homosexuals, slave traders, liars, perjurers, and if anything other [2
to healthy 3
is an adversary],
according to the good news of the glory of the blessed God, which I was entrusted.
I have] to the one empowering me -- [3
Jesus 1to 2
our Lord], that [2
he esteemed me], appointing me
the formerly being blasphemous, and a persecutor, and arrogant. But I was shown mercy, for being ignorant I acted in unbelief.
more than superabounded 1
of our Lord] with belief and love, the one in Christ Jesus.
the word, and [2
of all 3
worthy], that Christ Jesus came into the world [2
to deliver], whom [2
And because of this I was shown mercy, that in me [4
should demonstrate 1
Christ] all leniency, for setting a pattern for the ones being about to believe upon him unto life eternal.
And to the king of the eons, incorruptible, unseen, only wise God, be
honor and glory to the eons of the eons. Amen.
This exhortation I place unto you, son Timothy, according to the [2
going before 3
prophecies], that you should soldier in them the good warfare,
having belief and good conscience; which some having thrust away concerning the belief made shipwreck;
whom are Hymeneus and Alexander; whom I delivered up to Satan, that they may be corrected not to blaspheme.