Colossians: Chapter 04

The Epistle of S. Paul To the Collossyans. The .iiij. Chapter.
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Tyndale (1526)
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4:01 Ye masters do vnto youre servauntſ that which is iust ād egall/ remēbrynge that ye have also a master in heven. Ye masters/ do vnto youre servauntes that which is iust and egall seinge ye knowe that ye also have a master in heven. Ye masters do vnto youre seruauntes that which is iust & equall/ seinge ye knowe that ye also haue a master in heuen. Ye masters, do vnto youre seruauntes that which is iust and equall, and knowe, yt ye also haue a master in heauen.
4:02 COntinue in prayer and watch in the same with thankſ gevynge/ COntinue in prayer and watch in the same with thankes gevynge/ COntinue in prayer and watch in the same with thankes geuynge/ COntynue in prayer, and watch in the same with thankesgeuynge,
4:03 praynge also for vs that god opē vnto vs the dore of vtteraunce/ that we maye speake the mistery of Christ (wherfore I am in bōdſ) prayenge also for vs/ that God open vnto vs the dore of vtteraunce/ that we maye speake the mistery of Christ/ wherfore I am in bondes: prayenge also for vs/ that God open vnto vs the dore of vtteraunce/ that we maye speake the mystery of Christ (wherfore I am also in bondes) and praye also together for vs, that God open vnto vs the dore of the worde, to speake the mystery of Christ (wherfore I am also in bōdes)
4:04 that I maye vtter it/ as it becōmeth me to speake. yt I maye vtter it/ as it becōmeth me to speake. that I maye vtter it/ as it becōmeth me to speake. that I maye vtter ye same, as it becommeth me to speake.
4:05 Walke wisely to thē that are with out/ and redeme the tyme. Walke wysely to them that are with out/ & redeme ye tyme. Walke wysely to them that are with out/ & redeme the tyme. Walke wysely towarde them that are without, and redeme ye tyme.
4:06 Let youre speache alwaye have faveoure with it ād be salted/ that ye maye knowe howe to answer every man. Let youre speache be all wayes well favoured & be powdred with salt/ that ye maye know how to answer every mā. Let youre speache be all wayes well fauoured and powdred with salt/ that ye maye know how to answer euery man. Let youre speach be allwaye fauorable, seasoned with salt, that ye maye knowe how to answere euery man.
4:07 The deare brother Tichicos shall tell you off all my busynes/ which is a faythfull minister/ and felowe servaunt in the lorde/ The deare brother Tichicos shall tell you of all my busynes/ which is a faythfull minister & feloweservaunt in the Lorde/ The deare brother Tichicos shall tell you of all my busynes/ which is a faythfull minister & felowe seruaunt in the Lorde/ Tichicus the deare brother and faithfull mynister & felowe seruaūt in ye LORDE, shal tell you what case I am in.
4:08 whom I have sent vnto you for the same purpose/ that he myght knowe howe ye do/ and myght comfort youre hertſ/ whom I have sent vnto you for the same purpose/ that he myght knowe how ye do/ and myght comfort youre hertes/ whom I haue sent vnto you for the same purpose/ that he myght knowe how ye do/ and myght comfort youre hertes/ Whom I haue sent vnto you for the same purpose, that he mighte knowe how ye do, & that he mighte comforte youre hertes,
4:09 with one Onesimus a faythfull/ and a beloved brother/ which is one of you. They shall shewe you of all thyngſ which are adoynge here. wt one Onesimus a faythfull & a beloved brother/ which is one of you. They shall shewe you of all thinges which are adoynge here. with one Onesimus a faythfull and a beloued brother/ which is one of you. They shall shewe you of all thinges which are adoynge here. with one Onesimus a faithfull and beloued brother, which is one of you: they shal shewe you of all thinges, which are adoynge here
4:10 Aristarchus my preson felowe saluteth you/ And Marcus Barnabassis sisters sōne: as touchynge whom/ ye receaved commaundemētſ. Yff he come vnto you receave hym: Aristarchus my preson felowe saluteth you/ and Marcus Barnabassis systers sonne: touchinge whom/ ye receaved commaundementes. Yf he come vnto you receave him: Aristarchus my preson felowe saluteth you/ & Marcus Barnabas systers sonne: touchinge whom/ ye receaued cōmaundementes. If he come vnto you/ receaue him: Aristarchus my preson felowe saluteth you, and Marcus Barnabasses sisters sonne, touchinge whom ye receaued commaundementes: Yf he come vnto you, receaue him,
4:11 and Iesus which is called Iustus/ which are of the circumcision. These only are my workfelowes vnto the kyngdom of god/ which were vnto my cōsolacion. & Iesus which is called Iustus/ which are of the circumcision. These only are my workefelowes vnto the kyngdome of God/ which were vnto my consolacion. and Iesus which is called Iustus/ which are of the circumcision. These only are my workefelowes vnto the kyngdome of God/ which were vnto my consolacion. and Iesus, which is called Iustus, which are of the circumcision. These onely are my helpers in the kyngdome of God, which were to my consolacion.
4:12 Epaphras the servaunt of Christ/ which is one of you/ saluteth you/ and all wayes laboreth fervently for you in prayers that ye maye stōde perfet/ and full in all that is the will off God. Epaphras the servaūt of Christ/ which is one of you/ saluteth you/ and all wayes laboreth fervently for you in prayers/ that ye maye stonde perfect & full in all that is the will of God. Epaphras the seruaunt of Christ/ which is one of you/ saluteth you/ & allwayes laboreth feruently for you in prayers/ that ye maye stonde perfect and full in all that is the will of God. Epaphras a seruaunt of Christ, which is one of you, saluteth you, & allwaye laboureth feruently for you in prayers, yt ye maye stonde perfecte and full, in all that is the wil of God.
4:13 I beare hym recorde that he hath a fervēt mynde towarde you/ and towarde them of Laodicia and them off Hierapolis. I beare him recorde that he hath a fervēt mynde towarde you and towarde them of Laodicia & them of Hierapolis. I beare him recorde that he hath a fervent mynde towarde you and towarde them of Laodicia and them of Hierapolis. I beare him recorde, that he hath a feruent mynde for you, and for thē at Laodicea, and at Hierapolis.
4:14 Deare Lucas the phisicion greteth you/ and Demas. Deare Lucas the Phisicion greteth you/ and Demas. Deare Lucas the Phisicion greteth you/ and Demas. Deare Lucas the Phisician saluteth you, and so doth Demas.
4:15 Salute the brethren which are of Laodicia/ and salute Nymphas/ and the cōgregacion which is in his housse. Salute the brethren which are of Laodicia/ and salute Nymphas and the congregaciō which is in his housse. Salute the brethren which are of Laodicia/ and salute Nymphas and the congregacion/ which is in housse. Salute the brethrē, which are at Laodicea, and salute Nymphas, and the cōgregacion which is in his house.
4:16 And when the pistle is reed of you/ make that it be reed in the congregacion of the Laodicians also: and that ye lyke wyse rede the pistle of Laodicia. And whē the pistle is reed of you/ make that it be reed in the congregacion of the Laodicians also: & that ye lyke wyse reade ye epistle of Laodicia. And when the pistle is reed of you/ make that it be reed in the congregacion of the Laodicyans also: and that ye lyke wyse reade the epistle of Laodicia. And whan the epistle is red of you, cause it to be red also in the cōgregaciō at Laodicea, & that ye likewyse reade the epistle of Laodicea.
4:17 And saye to Archippus: Take hede to thyne office that thou hast receaved in the lorde/ that thou fullfill it. And saye to Archippus: take hede to the office that thou hast receaved in the Lorde/ that thou fulfill it. And saye to Archippus: take hede to the office that thou hast receaued in the Lorde/ that thou fulfill it. And saye to Archippus: Take hede to the office which thou hast receaued in the LORDE, that thou fulfyll it.
4:18 The salutacion by the honde of me Paul. Remember my bondes Grace be with you/ Amen. The salutacion by the honde of me Paul. Remember my bondes. Grace be with you. Amen. The salutacion by the honde of me Paul. Remember my bondes. Grace be with you: Amen. My salutacion with the hnade of me Paul. Remembre my bōdes. Grace be with you, Amen.
END Sent from Rome by Tichicus/ and Onesimus. Sent from Rome by Tichicus/ and Onesimus. Sent from Rome by Tychicus/ Onesymus. Sent from Rome by Tichicus and Onesimus.

 

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