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Book chapters «The Epistle of Paul to the Colossians»
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Col. 4 :1 4:1 Masters, grant to your slaves that which is just and equal, knowing that you also have a Master in heaven.
D. Praying with perseverance and walking in wisdom 4:2-6
Col. 4 :2 4:2 1aPersevere in 2prayer, 3watching in it with thanksgiving,
Col. 4 :3 4:3 Praying at the same time for aus also, that God would open to us a 1door for the word, to speak the bmystery of Christ (because of which also I am cbound),
Col. 4 :4 4:4 That I may make it manifest as I ought to speak.
Col. 4 :5 4:5 Walk in awisdom toward those who are bwithout, 1credeeming the time.
Col. 4 :6 4:6 Let your speech be always with 1agrace, seasoned with 2bsalt, that you may know how you ought to canswer each one.
IV. Conclusion 4:7-18
A. The apostle's fellowship vv. 7-17
Col. 4 :7 4:7 1All the things concerning me, aTychicus, the beloved brother and faithful bminister and fellow slave in the Lord, will make known to you,
Col. 4 :8 4:8 Whom I have sent to you for this very thing, that you might know the things concerning us and that he might acomfort your hearts;
Col. 4 :9 4:9 With aOnesimus, the faithful and beloved bbrother, who is one of you. They will make known to you all the things here.
Col. 4 :10 4:10 aAristarchus, my fellow prisoner, greets you, as well as bMark, the cousin of cBarnabas, (concerning whom you received commandments, If he comes to you, receive him),
Col. 4 :11 4:11 And Jesus, who is called aJustus; these alone of the bcircumcision are my fellow workers for the ckingdom of God, ones who have become a dconsolation to me.
Col. 4 :12 4:12 aEpaphras, who is one of you, a slave of Christ Jesus, greets you, always bstruggling on your behalf in his prayers that you may 1stand 2cmature and dfully assured in all the 3ewill of God.
Col. 4 :13 4:13 For I testify of him that he labors much for you and for those in aLaodicea and for those in Hierapolis.
Col. 4 :14 4:14 aLuke, the beloved physician, greets you, as well as bDemas.
Col. 4 :15 4:15 Greet the brothers in aLaodicea, as well as Nymphas and the 1church, which is in 2his bhouse.
Col. 4 :16 4:16 And when this letter is aread among you, cause that it be read in the church of the bLaodiceans also, and that you also read the one from Laodicea.
Col. 4 :17 4:17 And say to aArchippus, Take heed to the bministry which you have received in the Lord, that you fulfill it.
B. The apostle's greeting v.18
Col. 4 :18 4:18 The greeting in amy own hand — Paul. bRemember my cbonds. dGrace be with you.
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