Weymouth New Testament

1st Timothy 1

The First Epistle of Paul the Apostle to Timothy

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  I exhort then, first of all, that supplications, prayers, intercessions and thanksgivings be offered on behalf of all men; 

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  including kings and all who are in high station, in order that we may live peaceful and tranquil lives with all godliness and gravity. 

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  This is right, and is pleasing in the sight of God our Saviour, 

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  who is willing for all mankind to be saved and come to a full knowledge of the truth. 

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  For there is but one God and but one Mediator between God and men--Christ Jesus, Himself man; 

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  who gave Himself as the redemption price for all--a fact testified to at its own appointed time, 

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  and of which I have been appointed a herald and an Apostle (I am speaking the truth: it is not a fiction), a teacher of the Gentiles in faith and truth. 

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  So then I would have the men everywhere pray, lifting to God holy hands which are unstained with anger or strife; 

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  and I would have the women dress becomingly, with modesty and self-control, not with plaited hair or gold or pearls or costly clothes, 

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  but--as befits women making a claim to godliness--with the ornament of good works. 

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  A woman should quietly learn from others with entire submissiveness. 

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  I do not permit a woman to teach, nor have authority over a man, but she must remain silent. 

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  For Adam was formed first, and then Eve; 

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  and Adam was not deceived, but his wife was thoroughly deceived, and so became involved in transgression. 

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  Yet a woman will be brought safely through childbirth if she and her husband continue to live in faith and love and growing holiness, with habitual self-restraint. 

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