2 Timóteo 4
1 I solemnly charge in presence of the God, and Jesus Anointed of that one being about to judge living ones and dead ones, and the appearing of himself and the kingdom of himself;
2 publish thou the word, be thou urgent seasonably unseasonably, confute thou, rebuke thou, exhort thou with all long suffering and teaching.
3 Will be for a season, when of the wholesome teaching not they will endure, but according to the own desires of themselves they will heap up teachers, tickling the ear;
4 and from indeed of the truth the hearing they will turn away, to but the fables they will be turned aside.
5 Thou but be sober in all things, suffer thou evil, work do thou of a proclaimer of glad tidings, the service of thee do thou fully perform.
6 I for already and being poured out, and the season of the of my dissolution has come near;
7 the contest the good I have contested, the race I have finished, the faith I have guarded;
8 remaining is laid up for me the of the righteousness crown, which will give to me the Lord in that the day, the righteous judge, not only but to me, but also to all to those having loved the appearance of him.
9 Earnestly endeavor to come to me soon.
10 Demas for me forsook, having loved the present age, and went to Thessalonica; Crescens to Galatia, Titus to Dalmatia;
11 Luke is alone with me. Mark having taken up do thou bring with thyself; he is for to me very useful for service.
12 Tychicus but I sent to Ephesus.
13 The cloak, which I left in Troas with Carpus, coming bring thou, and the written rolls, especially the parchments.
14 Alexander the coppersmith many to me evil things openly showed; may give to him the Lord according to the works of him;
15 whom also thou beware, greatly for he has opposed the our words.
16 In the first of me defense no one by me stood, but all me forsook; (not to them may it be imputed;)
17 the but Lord by me stood, and strengthened me, so that through me the proclamation might be fully established, and might hear all the nations; and I was delivered out of mouth of a lion;
18 and will deliver me the Lord from every work evil, and will save for the kingdom of himself the heavenly; to whom the glory for the ages of the ages; so be it.
19 Salute thou Prisca and Aquila, and the of Onesiphorus house.
20 Erastus remained in Corinth; Trophimus but i left in Miletus being sick.
21 Earnestly endeavor before winter to come. Salute thee Eubulus, and Pudens, and Linus, and Claudia, and the brethren all.
22 The Lord Jesus Anointed with the spirit of thee. The favor with you.