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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - 2 Timothy 3:14


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    King James Bible - 2 Timothy 3:14

    But continue thou in the things which thou hast learned and hast been assured of, knowing of whom thou hast learned them;

    World English Bible

    But you remain in the things which you have learned and have been assured of, knowing from whom you have learned them.

    Douay-Rheims - 2 Timothy 3:14

    But continue thou in those things which thou hast learned, and which have been committed to thee: knowing of whom thou hast learned them;

    Webster's Bible Translation

    But continue thou in the things which thou hast learned and hast been assured of, knowing from whom thou hast learned them;

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    VERSE (14) -
    2Ti 1:13; 2:2

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 3:14

    Permanesca t en lo que has aprendido y en lo que te ha sido encargado, sabiendo de quin has aprendido;

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Timothy 3:14

    Verse 14. But continue thou] No man, however well
    instructed in the things of God, or grounded in Divine grace, is out of the reach of temptation, apostasy, and final ruin; hence the necessity of watching unto prayer, depending upon God, continuing in the faith, and persevering unto the end.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 14. But continue thou in the things , etc.] That is, in the
    doctrines of the Gospel, and not be moved away from them, either through the malice or persecutions, or the cunning sleight of men that lie in wait to deceive; and which is an exhortation suitable to the godly in all ages: and what follow are so many reasons enforcing it: which thou hast learned : not merely in a theoretical way, as arts and sciences are learned, but in a spiritual and experimental manner; a comfortable knowledge and experience of which he had attained unto; and were not like those in ( 2 Timothy 3:7), who had been ever learning, and yet could not come to the knowledge of the truth: and since therefore he had learned the truths of the Gospel, and had attained to a good understanding of them, it was his duty, as it is the duty of all such, to abide by them: and hast been assured of : the doctrines of the Gospel are certain things; they are truths without controversy; there is a full assurance of understanding of them, which men may arrive unto, and which ministers should, since they are to affirm them with certainty. Scepticism is very unbecoming one that calls himself a minister of the Gospel; and when a man is assured of the truth and reality of Gospel doctrines, it would be shameful in him to drop them, or depart from them: knowing of whom thou hast learned them . The apostle means himself, though he modestly forbears the mention of himself: and it is another argument why Timothy should continue steadfastly in the doctrines of the Gospel, seeing he had learned them of so great an apostle of Christ; whose mission, as such, was abundantly confirmed by miracles and success, and who had received these doctrines by immediate revelation from Christ; so that it was all one as if Timothy had learned them from Christ himself. The Alexandrian copy reads the word whom, in the plural number, as if the apostle referred to more teachers of Timothy than himself; however, he doubtless was the principal one.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 14-17 - Those who would
    learn the things of God, and be assured of them, mus know the Holy Scriptures, for they are the Divine revelation. The ag of children is the age to learn; and those who would get true learning must get it out of the Scriptures. They must not lie by us neglected seldom or never looked into. The Bible is a sure guide to eternal life The prophets and apostles did not speak from themselves, but delivere what they received of God, 2Pe 1:21. It is profitable for all purpose of the Christian life. It is of use to all, for all need to be taught corrected, and reproved. There is something in the Scriptures suitabl for every case. Oh that we may love our Bibles more, and keep closer to them! then shall we find benefit, and at last gain the happines therein promised by faith in our Lord Jesus Christ, who is the mai subject of both Testaments. We best oppose error by promoting a soli knowledge of the word of truth; and the greatest kindness we can do to children, is to make them early to know the Bible __________________________________________________________________


    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    14. Hast been assured of (epistwqhv). N.T.o . Quito often in LXX. So 2 Samuel vii. 16, shall be established (of the
    house of David): Psalm lxxxvii. 37, steadfast in his covenant.

    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    3:14 {But
    abide thou} (su de mene). Emphatic contrast (su de), "But thou." Present active imperative of menw, common verb, to remain. {In the things which} (en hois). The antecedent to hois is not expressed ("in which things") and the relative is attracted from ha accusative with emaqes (didst learn, second aorist active indicative of manqanw) to the case of the unexpressed antecedent (locative with en). {Hast been assured of} (epistwqes). First aorist passive indicative of pistow, old verb (from pistos, faithful), to make reliable, only here in N.T. {Knowing from whom} (eidws para tinwn). Second perfect active participle of oida. Note tinwn (ablative case after para in an indirect question). The list included the O.T. prophets, Paul, Eunice, Lois. There ought to be moral authority in such personages.


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