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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - 2 Timothy 3:10


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    King James Bible - 2 Timothy 3:10

    But thou hast fully known my doctrine, manner of life, purpose, faith, longsuffering, charity, patience,

    World English Bible

    But you did
    follow my teaching, conduct, purpose, faith, patience, love, steadfastness,

    Douay-Rheims - 2 Timothy 3:10

    But thou hast fully known my doctrine, manner of
    life, purpose, faith, longsuffering, love, patience,

    Webster's Bible Translation

    But thou hast fully known my doctrine, manner of
    life, purpose, faith, long-suffering, charity, patience,

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge

    VERSE (10) -
    :16,17; 4:3 Ac 2:42 Ro 16:17 Eph 4:14 1Ti 1:3; 4:12,13 Tit 2:7 Heb 13:9

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 3:10

    ¶ Pero t has conocido plenamente mi doctrina, conducta, propsito, fe, largura de nimo, caridad, paciencia,

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Timothy 3:10

    Verse 10. Thou hast fully known my
    doctrine] And having long had the opportunity of knowing me, the doctrine I preached, my conduct founded on these doctrines, the object I have in view by my preaching, my fidelity to God and to my trust, my long-suffering with those who walked disorderly, and opposed themselves to the truth, and did what they could to lessen my authority and render it suspected, my love to them and to the world in general, and my patience in all my adversities; thou art capable of judging between me and the false teachers, and canst easily discern the difference between their doctrines, conduct, motives, temper, spirit, &c., and mine.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 10. But thou hast fully known my
    doctrine , etc.] This, with what follows, is said in opposition to the characters, principles, and practices of the above wicked men, and for the imitation and encouragement of Timothy, and of others, whether ministers or private believers: the apostle calls the doctrine he delivered, my doctrine: not because he was the author of it, or that it was a scheme of principles formed and contrived by him; but because it was the doctrine which he had received from God, which was given him to preach, and which he did preach purely and faithfully; otherwise it was the doctrine of Christ, and the same with that which was preached by the rest of the apostles; and which was the doctrine of the Scriptures, and was according to godliness; and as preached by him, was all of a piece, and without any adulteration, or mixture, and was open and manifest, and well known to Timothy, and others; for he used no hidden things of dishonesty, nor did he conceal his principles, or keep back anything that was profitable. And as well known was his manner of life ; both his civil life, how he spent his time, not in ease and idleness, but oftentimes in labour with his own hands; nor did he live in a sensual and voluptuous manner, but frequently was in hunger, and thirst, and nakedness; and likewise his religious life, and conversation, not only in the church, which was spent in the ministry of the word, and ordinances; but in the world, which, by the grace of God, was in simplicity and godly sincerity, in a very just, holy, and unblamable manner: his life was agreeable to his doctrine, and ornamental to his profession: and even the secrets of his mind, his views, his aims and ends in all he did, which are signified by his purpose , were open and manifest; and which were not to obtain glory and applause from men, nor to gather wealth and riches for himself; but that God might be glorified in the salvation of men; that Christ might be magnified both in his life and death; that his Gospel might be spread, his kingdom be enlarged, and that many souls might be converted and brought to the knowledge of him; and hence he became all things to all, that he might gain some. And as the doctrine of faith , embraced, professed, and preached by him, was well known, so no less conspicuous was the grace of faith in him, with respect to his interest in God's everlasting love, in salvation by Jesus Christ, and in eternal glory and happiness; of which be had a full assurance, and which remained constant and firm in him to the end. Unless rather his faithfulness in the discharge of his ministerial work should be here designed, for which he was very remarkable; as also for his longsuffering both towards those that were without, the open enemies and persecutors of the Gospel, and towards them that were within, the brethren, whose infirmities he bore; and also for the success of the Gospel as the husbandman has long patience, and waits long for the former and latter rain to which is added charity ; which suffers long, and is kind; and may include his love to God, to Christ, and to the souls of men; which was very great, and particularly to his countrymen, the Jews, and also to the Gentiles; and especially to the churches he was more immediately concerned with, and even to all the saints: this is left out in the Alexandrian copy: it follows, patience ; in bearing all indignities, reproaches, afflictions, and persecutions, for the sake of Christ and his Gospel; by which he was not in the least moved, but persevered with, great courage and constancy to the end.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 10-13 - The more fully we know the
    doctrine of Christ, as taught by the apostles, the more closely we shall cleave to it. When we know the afflictions of believers only in part, they tempt us to decline the cause for which they suffer. A form of godliness, a profession of Christian faith without a godly life, often is allowed to pass, whil open profession of the truth as it is in Jesus, and resolute attentio to the duties of godliness, stir up the scorn and enmity of the world As good men, by the grace of God, grow better, so bad men, through the craft of Satan, and the power of their own corruptions, grow worse. The way of sin is down-hill; such go on from bad to worse, deceiving an being deceived. Those who deceive others, deceive themselves, as the will find at last, to their cost. The history of the outward church awfully shows that the apostle spake this as he was moved by the Holy Ghost.


    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    10. Hast fully known (parhkolouqhsav). Better, thou didst
    follow. See on 1 Tim. iv. 6. o P.

    Manner of life (agwgh). Or conduct. N.T.o . LXX, mostly 2nd and 3rd Macc.. Often in Class., but mostly in a transitive sense, leading, conducting.

    Purpose (proqesei). See on Acts xi. 23; Rom. ix. 11. In Paul, only of the divine purpose.

    Long-suffering, charity, patience. For long-suffering, see on Jas. v. 7. For charity rend love, and see on Gal. v. 22. For patience, see on 2 Peter. i. 6; James. v. 7.


    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    3:10 {Didst follow} (parekolouqesas). First aorist active indicative of parakolouqew, for which see #1Ti 4:6. Some MSS. have perfect active parekolouqekas (thou hast followed). Nine associative-instrumental cases here after the verb ({teaching}, didaskaliai, #Ro 12:7; {conduct}, agwgei, old word here only in N.T.; {purpose}, proqesei, #Ro 8:28; {faith}, pistei, #1Th 3:6; {longsuffering}, makroqumiai, #Col 1:11; {persecutions}, diwgmois, #2Th 1:4; {sufferings}, paqemasin, #2Co 1:6f.). The two last items belong to verse #11.


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