1 Timothy: Chapter 3b

3:1 THis is a true sayinge: If a man couet the office of a Bysshope he desyreth a good worke. THIS is a true saying: If»f desyer the offyee of a Bisshoppe. k < syxeth an honest worke. THis is a true sayinge: If a man couet the office of a Bysshope he desyreth a good worke. THIS is a true saying, If a man desire the office of a bishoppe, he desireth a worthie worke.
3:2 Ye & a Bysshope must be fautlesse/ the husband of one wyfe/ sober/ discrete/ honestly apparelled/ harberous/ apt to teache/ A therfore must be blameks, the has- of one wyfe, dilygent, sober, duo keper of hospitalite: apte to teach:’art geuen to oner moch wyne. no ftth-f not gredy of fylthye lucre: but Pi Ye & a Bysshope must be fautlesse, the husband of one wyfe, sober, discrete, honestly apparelled, harberous, apt to teache, A byshop therfore must be faultlesse, the housband of one wyfe, watching, sober, modest, harberous, apt to teache,
3:3 not dronckē/ no fighther/ not geuen to filthy lucre: but gentle/ abhorringe fightinge/ abhorringe couetousnes/ abhorryng fyghtynge, abhorrynge w’ eousnes, not dronckē, no fighther, not geuen to filthy lucre: but gentle, abhorringe fightinge, abhorringe couetousnes, Not geuen to wyne, no fighter, not geuen to fylthy lucre: but gentle, abhorring fyghtyng, abhorring couetousnes,
3:4 & one that rueleth his awne housse honestly/ hauinge chyldren vnder obediēce with all honeste. one that ruleth weD ha house, one that hath chyklreB ■ ieccyon with all reuerence. & one that rueleth his awne housse honestly, hauinge chyldren vnder obediēce with all honeste. One that can rule his owne house honestly, hauyng children vnder obedience with all honestie.
3:5 For yf a mā cannot rule his awne housse/ how shall he care for the congregacion of God. For cannot rule his awne house, bo ■ care for the congregacyon of God? For yf a mā cannot rule his awne housse, how shall he care for the congregacion of God. For yf a man can not rule his owne house, how shal he care for the Churche of God?
3:6 He maye not be a yonge scoler/ lest he swell and faule into the iudgement of the euyll speaker. He maye not be a yonge scoler, lest he swell and fall into the iudgement of the end speaker. He maye not be a yonge scoler, lest he swell and faule into the iudgement of the euyll speaker. He may not be a yonge scholer, lest he swel, and fall into the condemnation of the dcuil.
3:7 He must also be well reported of amonge them which are with outforth/ lest he fall into rebuke and snare of the euyll speaker. He must also haue a good it. porte of them whych are without, leth: fall into rebuke, and snare of the euyll speaker. He must also be well reported of amonge them which are with outforth, lest he fall into rebuke and snare of the euyll speaker. He most also be wel reported of among them which are without, lest he fall into rebuke, and the snare of the deuyl.
3:8 Lykewyse must the Deacons be honest/ not double tonged/ not geuē vnto moche drinkinge/ nether vnto filthy lucre: Lykewyse must the mynysters be ho nest, not double tonged, not geuen vnto moch wyne, nether gredy of fylthy lucre: Lykewyse must the Deacons be honest, not double tonged, not geuē vnto moche drinkinge, nether vnto filthy lucre: Lykewyse must Deacons be honest, not double tonged, nor geuen vnto muche wyne, nether to fylthy lucre.
3:9 but hauinge the mistery of the fayth in pure consciēce. but holdynge the mystery of the fath with a pure conscience. but hauinge the mistery of the fayth in pure consciēce. But hauing the mysterie of the faith in pure conscience.
3:10 And let them fyrst be proued/ and then let them minister/ yf they be founde fautlesse. And let them fyrst be proued, and then let them my: myster so, that no man be able to reproue them. And let them fyrst be proued, and then let them minister, yf they be founde fautlesse. And let them fyrst be proued, and then let them minister, yf they be founde fautlesso.
3:11 Euen so must their wyues be honest/ not euyll speakers: but sober and faythfull in all thinges. Euen so must their wyues be hones, not euyll speakers: but sober and faith: full in all thinges. Euen so must their wyues be honest, not euyll speakers: but sober and faythfull in all thinges. Euen so must their wyues be honest, not euyl speakers, but sober, and faithful in all thinges.
3:12 Let the Deacons be the husbandes of one wyfe/ and suche as rule their chyldren well/ and their awne housholdes. Let the Deaconso the husbandes of one wyfe, and such as rule their chyldren well, and their awnehousholdes. Let the Deacons be the husbandes of one wyfe, and suche as rule their chyldren well, and their awne housholdes. Let the Deacons be the housbandes of one wyfe, and suche as can rule their children wel, and their owne housholdes.
3:13 For they that minister well/ get them selues good degre and greate libertie in the fayth/ which is in Christ Iesu. For they that mynyster well, go them selues a good degre and greatelybertye in the fayth, which is in Christ itsu. For they that minister well, get them selues good degre and greate libertie in the fayth, which is in Christ Iesu. For they that haue ministered wel, get them selues a good degree, and great libertie in the faith, which is in Christ Iesus.
3:14 These thinges write I vnto the/ trustinge to come shoretly vnto the: These thinges write I vnto the trust. ing to come shortely vnto the . These thinges write I vnto the, trustinge to come shoretly vnto the: These thinges write I vnto thee, trusting to come very shortely vnto thee:
3:15 but and yf I tarie longe/ that then thou mayst yet haue knowledge how thou oughtest to behaue thy selfe in the housse of God/ which is the congregacion of the liuinge God/ the pillar and grounde of trueth. but and yf I tarie longe, that then thou mays: yet haue knowledge, how thou oughtest to behaue thy selfe in the house of God, which is the congregacyon of the lyuyng God, the pyllar and grounde of trueth. but and yf I tarie longe, that then thou mayst yet haue knowledge how thou oughtest to behaue thy selfe in the housse of God, which is the congregacion of the liuinge God, the pillar and grounde of trueth. But and if I tary longe, that then thou mayest yet haue knowledge, how thou oghtest to behaue thy selfe in the house of God, which is the Churche of the lyuing God, the pyllar and grounde of trueth.
3:16 And without naye great is that mistery of godlines: God was shewed in the flesshe/ was iustified in the sprete/ was sene of angels/ was preached vnto the gentyls/ was beleued on in erth and receaued vp in glory. And without doute greatistho mystery of godlynes: God was shewed in the flesshe, was iustifyed in the spreo was sene among the Angels, was preach. ed vnto the gentyls, was beleued on in erth, and receaued vp in glory. And without naye great is that mistery of godlines: God was shewed in the flesshe, was iustified in the sprete, was sene of angels, was preached vnto the gentyls, was beleued on in erth and receaued vp in glory. And without nay, great is the mysterie of Godlynes: God is shewed in the fleshe, iustified in the Sprite, sene of Angels, preached vnto the Gentiles: beleued on in earth, and receaued vp in glorie.

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