Tito 3

1 Do thou remind them to governments and authorities to be submissive, to obey rulers, as to every work good ready to be,

2 no one to speak evil of, not quarrelsome to be, gentle, all showing mildness to all men. Titus

3 Were for formerly also we, senseless ones, disobedient ones, erring ones, being enslaved to inordinate desires and pleasures various, in malice and envy passing through, odious ones, hating each other.

4 When but the kindness and the love to man shone forth of the preserver of us of God, Titus

5 not from of works of those in righteousness which did we, but according to of himself mercy he saved us, through a bath of a new birth, and a renovation of spirit holy,

6 of which he poured out on us richly, through Jesus Anointed the saviour of us,

7 so that having been justified by the of him favor, heirs we might become according to a hope of life age–lasting.

8 True the word; and respecting these things I wish thee to affirm strongly, so that they may be careful of good works to excel those having believed in the God. These is the things good and profitable to the men;

9 foolish but questions and genealogies and strifes and fightings about law; they are for unprofitable and vain.

10 A factious man after a first and second admonition do thou reject;

11 knowing, that has been perverted the such a one, and sins, being self–condemned.

12 When I shall send Artemas to thee or Tychicus, earnestly endeavor to come to me to Nicopolis; there for I have decided to winter.

13 Zenas the lawyer and Apollos diligently send on before, so that nothing to them may be lacking.

14 Let and also the ours of good works to excel for the pressing wants, so that not they may be unfruitful.

15 Salute thee those with me all; salute thou those loving us in faith. The favor with all of you.