2 Timóteo 3
1 This but know thou, that in latter days will be present seasons trying.
2 Will be for the men selflovers, moneylovers, boasters, haughty ones, revilers, to parents disobedient, unthankful ones, unholy ones,
3 void of natural affection, implacable, accusers, without selfcontrol, fierce ones, without love to good men,
4 betrayers, rash ones, having been puffed up, pleasurelovers rather than Godlovers;
5 having a form of piety, the but power of her having denied. Also these turn away from.
6 Out of these for are those entering into the houses and leading captive little women having been laden with sins, being led away by inordinate desires various,
7 always learning, and never into a knowledge of truth to come are able.
8 Which way but Jannes and Jambres opposed Moses, so also these are opposed to the truth, men having corrupted the mind, disapproved ones concerning the faith.
9 But not they shall proceed to more; the for folly of them very plain shall be to all, as also that of those became.
10 Thou but hast closely followed of me the teaching, the conduct, the purpose, the fidelity, the forbearance, the love, the patience,
11 the persecutions, the sufferings, what things to me happened in Antioch, in Iconium, in Lystra; what persecutions I endured, and out of all me delivered the Lord.
12 Indeed all but those wishing piously to live in Anointed Jesus, will be persecuted.
13 Evil but men and jugglers will progress to the worse, deceiving and being deceived.
14 Thou but able in the things thou didst learn and wast convinced of, knowing, from whom thou didst learn,
15 and that from a babe the holy writings thou knowest, those being able thee to make wise for salvation, through faith of that in Anointed Jesus.
16 All writing inspired of God and profitable for teaching, for proof, for correction, for turning up that in righteousness;
17 so that complete may be the of the God man, for every work good having been thoroughly fitted,