1 Timothy


Chapter 1
1 Paul, a commissioner of Anointed Jesus, down an injunction of Placer our Savior, and Anointed Jesus our expectation, 2 to Timothy, a genuine offspring in belief: grace, mercy, peace, from Placer Father, and Anointed Jesus our Master. 3 Down as I entreat you going into Macedonia, remain in Ephesus, that you may be charging some to not be teaching differently, 4 nor heeding myths and endless genealogies, which are tendering seekings rather than Placer’s administration in belief. 5 The consummation of the charge, yet, is love, out of a clean heart, and a good conscience, and unhypocritical belief, 6 from which some, deviating, were reverted out into vain prating, 7 willing to be law teachers, apprehending neither what they are saying, nor about what they are affirming. 8 We have perceived, yet, that the law is ideal, if someone is using it lawfully, 9 having perceived this, that law is not lying there to a just one, yet it is, to lawless and insubordinate ones, irreverent ones and sinners, unbenign and profane ones, father and mother thrashers, man-murderers, 10 paramours, sodomites, kidnappers, falsifiers, oath-breakers, and any other thing if it is opposing the healthy teaching 11 down the good message (which I was entrusted) of the glory of the happy Placer. 12 I am having grace* to the one empowering me, Anointed Jesus our Master, it being that he deems me faithful, placing me into service, 13 the one formerly a calumniator, and persecutor, and outrager. But I was mercied, it being that I do it unknowingly, in unbelief. 14 Yet the grace of our Master increases above it, with the belief and love in Anointed Jesus. 15 Faithful is the word, and worthy of every welcome, that Anointed Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am a foremost. 16 But I was mercied because of this: that in me as a foremost, Anointed Jesus may be displaying all the patience, toward a pattern of the ones about to be believing on him, into durative life. 17 To the King of the durations, yet, incorruptible, unseen, an only Placer, is honor and glory, into the durations of the durations. Amen. 18 I am committing this charge to you, offspring Timothy, down the prophecies leading before on you, that in them you may be warring the ideal warfare, 19 having belief and a good conscience, which some, thrusting away, shipwreck about the belief, 20 of whom are Hymeneus and Alexander, whom I give over to the Satan, that they may be disciplined to not be calumniating.
Chapter 2
1 First of all, then, I am entreating for petitions, prayers, pleadings, thankings to be done, over all humans, 2 over kings and all of the ones being in superiority, that we may be leading through a mild and quiet livelihood, in every devoutness and gravity. 3 This is ideal and welcome in the sight of our Savior Placer, 4 who is willing for all humans to be saved and coming into recognition of truth. 5 For there is one Placer, and one mediator of Placer and of humans, a human, Anointed Jesus, 6 the one giving himself as a ransom in a stead over all, the testimony being in its own seasons, 7 into which I was placed as a proclaimer and a commissioner (I am saying truth, I am not falsifying), a teacher of nations, in belief and truth. 8 I am intending, then, for the men in every place to be praying, lifting up benign hands, apart from indignation and reasoning. 9 Similarly also, women are to be adorning themselves in decorous raiment with modesty and sanity, not in braids, and gold, or pearls, or costly garments, 10 but what is behooving to women professing Placer-reverence through good works. 11 Let a woman be learning in quietness, in every subjection. 12 Yet I am not permitting a woman to be teaching, neither to be domineering a man, but to be in quietness. 13 For Adam was molded first, thereafter, Eve. 14 And Adam was not seduced, yet the woman, being deluded, has become in transgression. 15 Yet she shall be saved through the parenting of offspring, if they are remaining in belief and love and holiness with sanity.
Chapter 3
1 Faithful is the word, “If anyone is craving oversight, he is desiring ideal work.” 2 It is a must, then, for the overseer to be irreprehensible, a man of one woman, sober, sane, decorous, hospitable, apt to teach, 3 not a toper, not one who gives blows, but lenient, pacific, not fond of money, 4 presiding ideally over his own house, having the offspring in subjection with every gravity 5 (Yet if someone has not perceived to preside over his own house, how shall he be taking care of a called out company of Placer?), 6 not a novice, lest being conceited, he may be falling into a judgment of the Adversary. 7 It is a must also, yet, to be having an ideal testimony from the ones outside, that he may not be falling into reproach and a trap of the Adversary. 8 Servers similarly are to be grave, not double-tongued, not heeding much wine, not shameful gainers, 9 having the secret of the belief in a clean conscience. 10 Yet let these also first be proven; thereafter let them be serving, being un-indictable. 11 Women similarly are to be grave, not adversaries, sober, faithful in all things. 12 Let servers be men of one woman, presiding ideally over their own children and houses. 13 For the ones serving ideally are procuring an ideal step to themselves, and much boldness in the belief in Anointed Jesus. 14 I am writing these things to you, expecting to be coming toward you in swiftness, 15 yet if I am tardy, that you may be perceiving how it is a must to be behaving in a house of Placer, which is a called out company of a living Placer, a pillar and base of the truth. 16 And avowedly, great is the secret of the devoutness, who was manifested in flesh, justified in spirit, seen by messengers, proclaimed among nations, believed in a world, gotten up in glory.
Chapter 4
1 Yet the spirit is saying declaredly, that in subsequent seasons, some shall be withdrawing from the belief, heeding strayed spirits and teachings of demons, 2 in a hypocrisy of false words, their own conscience having been cauterized, 3 forbidding to be marrying, saying to be having oneself away from foods, which the Placer creates for partaking with thanking, among the ones believing and having recognized the truth, 4 it being that every creature of Placer is ideal, and nothing is a cast-away, it being taken up with thanking. 5 For it is being made holy through a word of Placer, and pleading. 6 Placing these things under the brothers, you shall be an ideal servant of Anointed Jesus, nurturing in the words of the belief and of the ideal teaching which you have closely followed. 7 Yet be refusing the profane and old womanish myths, yet be exercising yourself toward devoutness. 8 For the bodily exercise is beneficial toward a few things, yet the devoutness is beneficial toward all things, having a promise of the life now, and of the one about to be. 9 Faithful is the word, and worthy of every welcome, 10 for it is into this we are toiling and contending, that: “We have expected on a living Placer, who is Savior of all humans, especially of believers.” 11 Be charging and teaching these things. 12 Let no one be despising your youth, but become a type of the believers, in word, in behavior, in love, in belief, in purity. 13 Till I am coming, be heeding the reading, the entreating, the teaching. 14 Do not be neglecting the grace effect in you, which was given to you through prophecy, with the hands of the seniorship placed on you. 15 Be meditating these things. Be in these things, that your progress may be apparent to all. 16 Be attending to yourself and to the teaching. Be remaining in them. For doing this, you shall be saving yourself and the ones hearing you.
Chapter 5
1 You should not be upbraiding a senior, but be entreating him as a father, younger men, as brothers, 2 senior women, as mothers, younger women, as sisters, in every purity. 3 Be honoring the widows who are really widows. 4 Yet if any widow is having offspring or descendants, let them first be learning to be devoted to their own house and to be rendering reciprocation to their progenitors, for this is welcome in the Placer’s sight. 5 Yet the one really a widow, and having been made an only, has expected on Placer, and is remaining in the petitions and prayers, night and day. 6 Yet the one squandering, though living, has died. 7 And be charging these things, that they may be irreprehensible. 8 Yet if someone is not providing for his own, and especially family members, he has disowned the belief, and is worse than an unbeliever. 9 Let a widow be listed, if not less than of sixty years, having become a woman of one man, 10 being testified in ideal works, if she nourishes offspring, if she is hospitable, if she washes feet of holy ones, if she relieves constricted ones, if she follows on in every good work. 11 Yet be refusing younger widows. For whenever they may be indulging against the Anointed, they are willing to be marrying, 12 having judgment, it being that they repudiate their first belief. 13 Yet simultaneously, they are also learning to be idle, coming about the houses, yet not only idle, but also babblers and meddlers, speaking things which are a must not to. 14 I am intending, then, for younger ones to be marrying, to be parenting offspring, to be owning a house, to be giving the opposer nothing as an incentive gracing* reviling, 15 for some were already reverted out behind the Satan. 16 If a believing woman is having widows, let her be relieving them, and let the called out company be not heavied, that it may be relieving the ones really widows. 17 The seniors having presided ideally, let them be counted worthy of double honor, especially the ones toiling in word and teaching; 18 for the writing is saying, “You shall not be muzzling a threshing ox,” and, “The worker is worthy of his wage.” 19 Do not be receiving an accusation against a senior, unless it is on two or three testifiers. 20 The ones sinning, be exposing in the sight of all, that the rest also may be having fear. 21 I am certifying in the sight of the Placer, and Anointed Jesus, and the chosen messengers, that you should be guarding these things, apart from prejudice, doing nothing down bias. 22 Be placing hands swiftly on no one, neither be participating in sins of others. Be keeping yourself pure. 23 By no means still be drinking water only, but be slightly using wine, because of your stomach and frequent weaknesses. 24 The sins of some humans are evident before, leading before them into judgment. Yet to some, the sins are also following them. 24 Similarly, the ideal works are also evident before, and works having things otherwise, are not able to be hid.
*favoring, facilitating.
Chapter 6
1 As many as are slaves under a yoke, let them be deeming their own owners worthy of every honor, that the Placer’s name and the teaching may not be calumniated. 2 The ones having believing owners, yet, let them not be despising them, it being that they are brothers, but let them be slaving rather, it being that the ones supported from the benefaction are believing and beloved. Be teaching and entreating these things. 3 If anyone is teaching differently, and is not coming toward you with healthy words, the ones of our Master Jesus Anointed, and the teaching down devoutness, 4 he has been conceited, being adept in nothing, but is diseased about seekings and word fighting, out of which are coming envy, strife, calumnies, wicked suspicions, 5 altercations of humans having been corrupted, the mind also having been deprived of the truth, inferring the devoutness to be capital. 6 Yet the devoutness is great capital, with contentment. 7 For we carry nothing into the world, neither are we able to be carrying anything out. 8 Yet having sustenance and shelters, with these we shall be sufficed. 9 Yet the ones intending to be rich, are falling into a trial and a trap, and many unthinking and harmful desires which are submerging the humans into extermination and destruction. 10 For a root of all of the evils is the fondness of money, which some, craving, were strayed away from the belief, and probe themselves about with many pains. 11 Yet you, O human of Placer, be fleeing these things! Yet be pursuing righteousness, devoutness, belief, love, endurance, meek suffering. 12 Be contending the ideal contest of the belief. Be getting hold of the durative life into which you were called. And you avow the ideal avowal, in the sight of many testifiers. 13 I am charging you in the sight of the Placer, who causes all to live, and Anointed Jesus, the one testifying the ideal avowal on Pontius Pilate, 14 to keep the precept, unspotted, irreprehensible, unto the appearing of our Master Jesus Anointed, 15 which in its own seasons, the happy and only Potentate shall be showing, he being the King of the ones reigning, and Master of the ones being masters, 16 the only one having immortality, dwelling in inaccessible light, whom not one of humans perceived or is able to be perceiving, to whom is honor and durative holding. Amen. 17 To the ones rich in the duration now, be charging to not be highly disposed, nor to have expected on a dubiousness of riches, but on Placer, the one tendering all things richly to us into enjoyment, 18 to be working good, to be rich in ideal works, to be good sharers, participants, 19 storing away to themselves an ideal foundation into what is about to be, that they may be getting hold of the real life. 20 O Timothy, guard what is placed with you, reverting out the profane empty voices and placings in a stead of the falsely named “knowledge,” 21 which some, professing, deviate about the belief. The grace is with you.