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The Holy Bible in Modern English. Revised Edition.
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Ferrar Fentons 'Holy Bible in Modern English. All spelling, punctuation and formatting maintained through-out. Verse ordering follows the King James version for clarity and necessary organization of the verses.

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RF TI1 4:1 Sundry Charges to Timothy.
However, the Spirit expressly says that in latter times some will turn away from the faith, addicting themselves to seducing spirits, and to teachings of demons;
RF TI1 4:2 teaching lies in hypocrisy; burning up their own conscience;
RF TI1 4:3 hindering marriage; abstaining from foods, which God created to be consumed with thankfulness by the faithful, and recognizers of the truth.
RF TI1 4:4 Because all created by God is good, and nothing is worthless, if received with thankfulness;
RF TI1 4:5 for it is sanctified by Divine thought and thanksgiving.
RF TI1 4:6 You will be a good minister of Christ Jesus if you lay these things before the brethren; and feed yourself with the reasons for the faith, and the noble teaching which you have followed.
RF TI1 4:7 But put aside degrading and silly tales, and exercise yourself in piety:
RF TI1 4:8 for bodily exercise is worth little; but piety is valuable for everything, having the promise both of the present life, and of the future.
RF TI1 4:9 This truth is sure, and worthy of acceptance by all;
RF TI1 4:10 for on account of it we labour and contend for the prize; because we hope on a living God, Who is a Saviour of all men, especially of faithful.
RF TI1 4:11 Command and teach these things.
RF TI1 4:12 Let none despise you for your youth; but rather become a model for the faithful, in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity.
RF TI1 4:13 Until I come, proceed with instruction, with exhortation, with teaching.
RF TI1 4:14 Do not neglect the gift you possess, which was given to you through teachings, with the imposition of the hands of the Old Man.1
RF TI1 4:15 Take special care of these; stand in them; so that your progress may be exhibited to all.
RF TI1 4:16 Pay respect to yourself and to the teaching. Continue in them; for doing so, you will both save yourself and your hearers.
1. Note: "The Old Man," an affectionately playful title St. Paul was accustomed to apply to himself when writing to personal friends, as here and to Philemon.—F.F.


AKJV ROM 8:32 He that spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us all, how shall he not with him also freely give us all things?

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