Diaglott(i) 1 Paul, an apostle of Jesus Anointed through will of God, according to a promise of life of that by Anointed Jesus, 2 to Timothy beloved a child; favor, mercy, peace from God a Father, and Anointed Jesus the Lord of us. 3 Gratitude I have to the God, to whom I offer homage from ancestors with pure conscience, as unceasingly I have the concerning thee remembrance in the prayers of me night and day, 4 longing thee to see, remembering of thee the tears, so that joy I may be filled with; 5 a remembrance taking of the in thee unfeigned faith, which dwelt first in the grandmother of thee Lois, and in the mother of thee Eunice; I have confidence and, that also in thee. 6 Through which cause I remind thee to kindle up the free gift of the God, which is in thee through the putting on of the hands of me; 7 not for gave to us the God a spirit of timidity, but of power and of love and of a sound mind. 8 Not therefore thou mayest be ashamed of the testimony of the Lord of us, nor me the prisoner of him; but participate in suffering evil for the glad tidings according to power of God, 9 of the one having saved us and having called with a calling holy, not according to the works of us, but according to own purpose and favor that having been given to us in Anointed Jesus before times age-lasting, 10 having been manifested but now through the appearance of the savior of us Jesus Anointed, having rendered powerless indeed the death, having illuminated but life and incorruptibility by means of the glad tidings, 11 for which was appointed I a herald and an apostle and a teacher of nations; 12 through which cause also these things I suffer, but not I am ashamed; I know for in whom I have believed, and I have confided in, because powerful he is the trust of me to guard to that the day. 13 An outline hold thou of sound words, of which from me thou didst hear, in faith and love in that in Anointed Jesus; 14 the good trust do thou guard through spirit holy, of that dwelling in us. 15 Thou knowest this, that turned away me all those in the Asia, of whom is Phygellus and Hermogenes. 16 May grant mercy the Lord to the of Onesiphorus house; because often me he refreshed, and the chain of me not he was ashamed, 17 but having been in Rome, very diligently he sought me, and found; 18 (may grant to him the Lord to find mercy from Lord in that the day;) and what things in Ephesus he served, very well thou knowest.