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2 Timothy  

  

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2 Timothy 1:  

Chapter 1:18 Verses  

55 2 Timothy  

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55-1:1      Paul an Apostle of Iesus Christe by the wyll of God, according to the promise of lyfe, which is in Christ Iesus,  

55-1:2      To Timothie a beloued sonne: Grace, mercy, and peace, from God the father, and Christe Iesus our Lorde.  

55-1:3      I thanke God whom I worshippe from [my] forefathers in pure conscience, that without ceassyng I haue remembrauce of thee in my prayers night & day  

55-1:4      Desiryng to see thee, myndefull of thy teares: that I may be fylled with ioy.  

55-1:5      When I call to remembraunce the vnfaigned fayth that is in thee, whiche dwelt first in thy graundmother Lois, and in thy mother Eunica: and I am assured that [it dwelleth] in thee also.  

55-1:6      Wherfore I put thee in remebraunce that thou stirre vp the gyft of God, which is in thee by the puttyng on of my handes.  

55-1:7      For God hath not geuen to vs the spirite of feare: but of power, and of loue, and of a sounde mynde.  

55-1:8      Be not thou therfore ashamed of the testimonie of our Lorde, neither of me his prisoner: but suffer thou aduersitie with the Gospell, accordyng to the power of God,  

55-1:9      Who hath saued vs, & called vs with an holy callyng, not accordyng to our workes: but accordyng to his owne purpose and grace, which was geuen vs in Christe Iesus, before the world began:  

55-1:10     But is nowe made manifest by the appearyng of our sauiour Iesus Christ, who hath put away death, and hath brought life and immortalitie vnto light through the Gospell:  

55-1:11     Wherunto I am appoynted, a preacher and Apostle, and a teacher of the gentiles:  

55-1:12     For the which cause I also suffer these thynges. Neuerthelesse, I am not ashamed: For I knowe whom I haue beleued, and I am perswaded that he is able to kepe that which I haue committed to hym, agaynst that day.  

55-1:13     See thou haue the paterne of wholesome wordes, which thou hast hearde of me in fayth & loue, [that is] in Christe Iesus.  

55-1:14     That good thyng which was committed to thy keping, holde fast through the holy ghost which dwelleth in vs.  

55-1:15     This thou knowest, that all they which are in Asia, be turned from me: of who are Phygellus & Hermogenes.  

55-1:16     The Lorde geue mercie vnto ye house of Onesiphorus, for he oft refreshed me, and was not ashamed of my chayne.  

55-1:17     But whe he was in Rome, he sought me out very diligently, and founde [me].  

55-1:18     The Lorde graunt vnto hym, that he may fynde mercie with the Lorde in that day: And in howe many thynges he ministred vnto me at Ephesus, thou knowest very well.  

 

 

 

 

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2 Timothy 2:  

Chapter 2:26 Verses  

55 2 Timothy  

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55-2:1      Thou therfore my sonne, be strong in the grace that is in Christe Iesus.  

55-2:2      And the thynges that thou haste hearde of me by many witnesses, the same commit thou to faythfull men, which shalbe apt to teache other also.  

55-2:3      Thou therfore suffer afflictions as a good souldier of Iesus Christe.  

55-2:4      No man that warreth, entangleth hym selfe with thaffayres of [this] lyfe, that he may please hym which hath chosen hym to be a souldier.  

55-2:5      And if a man also wrestle, yet is he not crowned except he wrestle lawfullie.  

55-2:6      The labouryng husbandman, must first be partaker of the fruites.  

55-2:7      Consider What I say: and the Lorde geue thee vnderstandyng in all thinges.  

55-2:8      Remember that Iesus Christe, of the seede of Dauid, was raysed from the dead, accordyng to my Gospell,  

55-2:9      Wherin I suffer trouble as an euyll doer, euen vnto bondes: But the worde of God is not bounde.  

55-2:10     Therfore I suffer all thynges for the electes sakes, that they myght also obtaine the saluation, which is in Christ Iesus, with eternall glorie.  

55-2:11     It is a faythfull saying: for yf we be dead with hym, we shall also lyue with hym:  

55-2:12     If we be patient, we shall also raigne with hym: If we denie hym, he also shall denie vs.  

55-2:13     If we be vnfaythful, he abideth faithfull, he can not denie hym selfe.  

55-2:14     Of these thynges put them in remembraunce, testifie before the Lorde, that they striue not about wordes to no profite, [but] to the peruertyng of ye hearers.  

55-2:15     Studie to shewe thy selfe approued vnto God, a workman not to be ashamed, rightlie deuidyng the worde of trueth.  

55-2:16     But prophane voyces of vanitie passe ouer: For they wyll encrease vnto greater vngodlynesse.  

55-2:17     And their worde shall fret as doth a cancker: of whom is Hymeneus and Philetus,  

55-2:18     Which about the trueth haue erred, saying that the resurrection is past alredie, & do ouerthrowe the fayth of some.  

55-2:19     But the strong foundation of God standeth styl, hauyng this seale: The Lorde knoweth the that are his: And, let euery one that nameth the name of Christe, depart from iniquitie.  

55-2:20     But in a great house are not onely vessels of golde, and of siluer, but also of wood and of earth: some to honour, and some vnto dishonour.  

55-2:21     If a man therfore pourge hym selfe from these, he shalbe a vessell vnto honour, and meete for ye vses of the Lorde, and prepared vnto euery good worke.  

55-2:22     Lustes of youth auoyde, but folowe ryghteousnesse, fayth, loue, peace, with them that call on the Lorde out of a pure heart.  

55-2:23     But foolishe & vnlearned questions put from thee, knowyng that they do but gender strife.  

55-2:24     And the seruaunt of the Lorde must not striue: but be gentle vnto all men, apt to teache, sufferyng euyll in mekenesse,  

55-2:25     Instructing the which are contrarie mynded, yf God at any tyme wyll geue them repentaunce, to the knowledge of the trueth:  

55-2:26     And that they may come to the selues agayne, out of the snare of the deuyll, which are holden captyue of hym at his wyll.  

 

 

 

 

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2 Timothy 3:  

Chapter 3:17 Verses  

55 2 Timothy  

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55-3:1      This knowe also, that in the last dayes, perylous tymes shalbe at hande.  

55-3:2      For men shalbe louers of their owne selues, couetous, boasters, proude, blasphemers, disobedient to fathers and mothers, vnthankefull, vngodlye:  

55-3:3      Without naturall affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, riotous, fierce, despisers of them which are good,  

55-3:4      Traytours, headdy, hye mynded, louers of pleasures more then louers of God:  

55-3:5      Hauyng a fourme of godlynesse, but denying the power therof: turne away from these.  

55-3:6      These are they, which enter into houses, & leade captiue [simple] women laden with sinne, caryed with diuers lustes:  

55-3:7      Euer learnyng, and neuer able to come vnto the knowledge of the trueth.  

55-3:8      For as Iannes and Iambres withstoode Moyses, so do these also resist the trueth: Men of corrupt myndes, reprobate concernyng the fayth:  

55-3:9      But they shall preuayle no longer. For their madnesse shalbe manifest vnto all [men] as also theirs was.  

55-3:10     But thou hast folowed my doctrine, fashion of lyuyng, purpose, fayth, long sufferyng, loue, patience,  

55-3:11     Persecutions, afflictions, which came vnto me at Antioche, at Iconium, at Lystra, which persecutions I suffred patiently: And from them all, the Lord deliuered me.  

55-3:12     Yea, and all that wyll lyue godly in Christe Iesus, shall suffer persecution.  

55-3:13     But the euyll men and deceauers, shall waxe worse and worse, deceauyng and deceaued.  

55-3:14     But continue thou in the thynges which thou haste learned, which also were committed vnto thee, knowyng of whom thou hast learned [them]:  

55-3:15     And that from an infant thou hast knowen the scriptures, which are able to make thee wyse vnto saluation, thorowe fayth which is in Christe Iesus.  

55-3:16     All scripture is geuen by inspiration of God, and [is] profitable to doctrine, to reproue, to correction, to instruction which is in ryghteousnesse,  

55-3:17     That the man of God may be perfect, instructed vnto all good workes.  

 

 

 

 

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2 Timothy 4:  

Chapter 4:22 Verses  

55 2 Timothy  

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55-4:1      I testifie therefore before God, & the Lorde Iesus Christe, which shall iudge the quicke and the dead at his appearyng, and his kingdome.  

55-4:2      Preache the worde, be instant in season, out of season: Improue, rebuke, exhort in all long sufferyng and doctrine.  

55-4:3      For the tyme wyll come, when they shall not suffer wholsome doctrine: but after their owne lustes, shal they whose eares itche, get the an heape of teachers:  

55-4:4      And shall turne away their hearyng from the trueth, and shalbe turned vnto fables.  

55-4:5      But watche thou in all thynges, suffer afflictions, do the worke of an Euangelist, fulfyll thy ministerie:  

55-4:6      For I am nowe redie to be offered, & the tyme of my dissolution is at hande.  

55-4:7      I haue fought a good fyght, I haue fulfylled [my] course, I haue kept ye faith.  

55-4:8      Hencefoorth there is layde vp for me a crowne of ryghteousnesse, which the Lorde, the ryghteous iudge, shall geue me at that day: not to me only, but vnto the also yt haue loued his appearyng.  

55-4:9      Do thy diligence to come shortly vnto me.  

55-4:10     For Demas hath forsaken me, hauing loued this present worlde, and is departed vnto Thessalonica, Crescens to Galatia, Titus vnto Dalmatia.  

55-4:11     Only Luke is with me. Takyng Marke and bryng him with thee, for he is profitable vnto me for ye ministration.  

55-4:12     And Tychicus haue I sent to Ephesus.  

55-4:13     The cloke that I left at Troas with Carpus, whe thou commest bring with thee, and the bookes, but specially the parchementes.  

55-4:14     Alexander the coppersmith shewed me much euyll: The Lorde rewarde hym accordyng to his deedes.  

55-4:15     Of whom be thou ware also: For he hath greatly withstande our preaching.  

55-4:16     At my first aunsweryng, no man assisted me, but all forsoke me, [I pray God] yt it may not be layde to their charges:  

55-4:17     Notwithstandyng, the Lorde assisted me, and strengthed me, that by me the preachyng should be fulfylled to the vtmost, and that all the gentiles should heare, and I was deliuered out of the mouth of the Lion.  

55-4:18     And the Lorde shall delyuer me from euery euyll worke, & will preserue me vnto his heauenly kingdome: To who [be] prayse for euer and euer. Amen.  

55-4:19     Salute Prisca and Aquila, and the housholde of Onesiphorus.  

55-4:20     Erastus abode at Corinthum: But Trophimus haue I left at Miletum sicke.  

55-4:21     Do thy diligece to come before winter. Eubolus greeteth thee, and Pudens, & Linus, and Claudia, & all the brethre.  

55-4:22     The Lorde Iesus Christe [be] with thy spirite: Grace be with you. Amen. [The seconde epistle vnto Timothe, was written from Rome, when Paul was presented the seconde tyme vnto the Emperour Nero.]  

 

 

 

 

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