1 Timothy: Chapter 04

The .i. Epistle of S. Paul To Timothe. The .iiij. Chapter.
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Tyndale (1526)
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4:1 THe sprete speaketh evydētly that in the latter tymes some shall doparte frō the fayth/ and shall geve hede vnto spretes of errure/ and dyvlysshe doctryne THe sprete speaketh evydently that in the latter tymes some shall departe from the fayth/ and shall geve hede vnto spretes of erroure/ and dyvelysshe doctrine THe sprete speaketh euydently that in the later tymes some shall departe from the fayth/ & shall geue hede vnto spretes of erroure/ & dyuelysshe doctrine THe sprete speaketh euydently, that in ye latter tymes some shal departe from the faith, and shal geue hede vnto spretes of erroure, and deuelish doctrynes,
4:2 off them which speake falce thorow ypocrisy/ and have their consciēces marked with an hott yeron/ of them which speake falce thorow ypocrisye/ and have their consciences marked with an hote yron/ of them which speake false thorow ypocrisye and haue their consciences marcked with an hote yron/ of them which speake false thorow ypocrysie, and haue their cōscience marked with an whote yron,
4:3 forbyddynge to mary/ and commaundynge to abstayne from meates/ which god hath created to be receaved with gevynge thankſ/ off them which belove/ and have knowen the trueth/ forbyddinge to mary/ and commaundinge to abstayne from meates which God hath created to be receaved with gevynge thankes/ of them which beleve and knowe ye trueth. forbiddinge to mary/ and commaundinge to abstayne from meates which God hath created to be receaued with geuinge thankes/ of them which beleue and knowe the trueth. forbyddinge to mary, and cōmaundynge to abstayne frō the meates, which God hath created to be receaued wt geuynge thankes of them which beleue and knowe the trueth.
4:4 for all the creatures of God are good: and nothynge to be refused/ yff it be receaved with thankſ gevynge: For all the creatures of God are good and nothynge to be refused/ yf it be receaved with thankes gevynge. For all the creatures of God are good and nothinge to be refused/ yf it be receaued with thankesgeuinge. For euery creature off God is good, and nothinge to be refused, yt is receaued with thankesgeuynge:
4:5 For it is sanctified by the worde of god/ and prayer. For it is sanctyfyed by the worde of God and prayer. For it is sanctified by the worde of God and prayer. for it is sanctifyed by the worde of God and prayer.
4:6 Yff thou shalt put the brethren in remembraunce of these thynges/ thou shalt be a good minister of Iesu Christ which hast bene norisshed vppe in the wordes of fayth/ and good doctryne/ which doctryne thou hast continually followed. Yf thou shalt put the brethren in remembraunce of these thynges/ thou shalt be a good minister of Iesu Christ/ which hast bene norisshed vp in the wordes of the fayth and good doctryne/ which doctryne thou hast continually followed. Yf thou shalt put the brethren in remembraunce of these thinges/ thou shalt be a good minister of Iesu Christ/ which hast bene norisshed vp in the wordes of the fayth and good doctrine/ which doctrine thou hast continually followed. Yf thou shalt put the brethren in remembraunce of these thinges, thou shalt be a good mynister of Iesu Christ, which hast bene norished vp in the wordes of faith and of good doctryne, which thou hast folowed hither to.
4:7 But cast awaye vngostly and olde wyves fables. Exercyse thy silfe vnto godlines. But cast awaye vngostly and olde wyves fables. Exercyse thy silfe vnto godlines. But cast awaye vngostly and olde wiues fables. Exercyse thy selfe vnto godlynes. As for vngoostly and olde wyuesh fables, cast them awaye, but exercyse thy selfe vnto godlynes.
4:8 For bodely exercyse proffiteth lytell: Butt godlines is good vnto all thyngſ/ as a thynge which hath promyses of the lyfe that is nowe/ and off the lyfe to come. For bodely exercise proffiteth lyttll: But godlines is good vnto all thynges/ as a thynge which hath promyses of the lyfe that is now/ and of the lyfe to come. For bodely exercise profiteth lytell: but godlines is good vnto all thinges/ as a thinge which hath promyses of the lyfe that is now/ & of the lyfe to come. For bodely exercyse profyteth litle, but godlynes is profytable vnto all thinges, as a thinge which hath promyses of the life that is now, and of the life for to come.
4:9 This is a sure saynge/ ād of all parties worthy to be receaved. This is a sure sayinge and of all parties worthy to be receaved. This is a sure sayinge/ & of all parties worthy to be receaued. This is a sure sayenge, & of all partes worthy to be receaued.
4:10 For therfore we laboure and suffre rebuke/ be cause we beleve in the livynge god/ which is the savioure off all men: but specially of those that beleve. For therfore we laboure and suffre rebuke/ because we beleve in the livynge god/ which is the savioure of all men: but specially of those that beleve. For therfore we laboure & suffre rebuke/ because we beleue in the lyuinge God which is the sauioure of all mē: but specially of those that beleue. For therfore we laboure and suffre rebuke, because we hope in the lyuynge God, which is the Sauioure of all men, but specially of those that beleue.
4:11 Suche thyngſ commaunde and teache. Suche thynges commaunde and teache. Suche thinges commaunde & teache. Soch thinges commaunde thou and teach.
4:12 Let no man despyse thy youth: but be vnto them that beleve an īsample/ in worde/ in conversacion/ in love/ in sprete/ in fayth and in purenes. Let no man despyse thy youth: but be vnto them that beleve/ an insample/ in worde in conversacion/ in love/ in sprete/ in fayth and in purenes. Let no man despyse thy youth: but be vnto them that beleue/ an ensample/ in worde/ in conuersacion/ in loue/ in sprete/ in fayth and in purenes. Let no man despyse yi youth, but be thou vnto them that beleue, an ensample, in worde, in cōuersacion, in loue, in ye sprete, in faith, in purenesse.
4:13 Till I come geve attendaunce to redynge/ to exhortaciō/ and to doctryne. Till I come/ geve attendaunce to redynge/ to exhortacion and to doctryne. Till I come/ geue attendaunce to redinge/ to exhortacion and to doctryne. Geue attendaunce to readynge, to exhortacion, to doctryne, vntyll I come.
4:14 Despyse not the gyfte that is in the/ which was geven the thorow prophesy/ and with leyinge on of the hondes of a seniour. Despyse not the gyfte that is in ye/ which was geven the thorow prophesye and with layinge on of ye hondes of an elder. Despyse not that gyfte that is in the/ which was geuē the thorow prophesie & with the layinge on of the hondes of an elder. Be not necligent in the gifte that is geuen the thorow prophecye, with layēge on of the handes of the Elders.
4:15 These thynges exercyse/ and geve thy silfe vnto them/ that all men maye se howe thou proffetſ. These thynges exercyse/ and geve thy silfe vnto them/ that it maye be sene how thou profetest in all thinges. These thinges exercise/ & geue thy selfe vnto them/ that it maye be sene how thou profetest in all thinges. These thinges exercyse, and geue thy selfe vnto them, that thine increase maye be manifest vnto euery man.
4:16 Take hede vnto thy silfe and vnto learnynge/ and continue therin. For if thou shalt so do thou shalt save thy silfe/ and them that heare the. Take hede vnto thy silfe and vnto learnynge/ and continue therin. For if thou shalt so do/ thou shalt save thy silfe & them that heare the. Take hede vnto thy selfe and vnto learninge/ and continue therin. For yf thou shalt so do/ thou shalt saue thy selfe and them that heare the. Take hede vnto thy selfe, and to learnynge, cōtynue in these thinges. For yf thou so do, thou shalt saue thy selfe, and them that heare the.

 

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