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2 Timothy 1 - Philips NT in Modern English
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1:1PAUL, messenger by God's appointment in the promised life of Christ Jesus,
1:2to Timothy, my own dearly loved son: grace, mercy and peace be to you from God the Father and Christ Jesus, our Lord.
1:3I thank the God of my forefathers, whom I also serve with a clear conscience, as I remember you constantly in my prayers night and day.
1:4I am longing to see you, for I can't forget how moved you were when I left you, and to have you with me again would be the greatest, possible joy.
1:5I often think of that genuine faith of yoursa faith that first appeared in your grandmother Lois, then in Enuice your mother, and is now, I am convinced, in you as well.
1:6Because of this faith, I now remind you to stir up that inner fire which God gave you at your ordination through my hands.
1:7For God has not given us a spirit of cowardice, but a spirit of power and love and a sound mind.
1:8So never be ashamed of bearing witness to our Lord, nor of me, his prisoner. Accept your share of the hardship that faithfulness to the gospel entails in the strength that God gives you.
1:9For he has saved us from all that is evil and called us to a life of holinessnot because of any of our achievements but for his own purpose. Before time began he planned to give us in Christ Jesus the grace to achieve purpose,
1:10but it is only since our saviour Christ Jesus has been revealed that the method has become apparent. For Christ has completely abolished death, and has now, through the gospel, opened to us men the shining possibilities of the life that is eternal
1:11It is this gospel that I am commissioned to proclaim; it is of this gospel that I am appointed both messenger and teacher,
1:12and it is for this gospel that I am now suffering these things. Yet I am not in the least ashamed. For I know the one in whom I have placed my confidence, and I am perfectly certain that the work he has committed to me is safe in his hands until that day.
1:13So keep my words in your mind as the pattern of sound teaching, given to you in the faith and love of Christ Jests.
1:14Take the greatest care of the treasures which were entrusted to you by the Holy Spirit who lives within us.
1:15You will know, I expect, that all those who are in Asia have deserted me, Phygelus and Hermogenes among them.
1:16But may the Lord have mercy on the household of Onesiphorus. Many times did that man put fresh heart into me, and he was not in the least ashamed of my being a prisoner in chains.
1:17Indeed, when he was in Rome he went to a great deal of trouble to find me
1:18may the Lord grant he finds his mercy in that day!and you well know in how many ways he helped me at Ephesus as well.
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