1 Timothy 31:1 Christ, (b-5) Or, according to some authorities, 'Christ Jesus.'3:2 discreet, (g-12) i.e. 'of sound mind,' as ch. 2.9. 3:6 fault (h-13) Krima is the subject-matter of which a person had to be accused. They set up the krima of the Lord on the cross; that for which he came into accusation -- the charge. So it is used here. The devil was puffed up with his own excellency, and abode not in the truth. Hence, in a strongly taken sense, our word 'crime.' See also Note on 1Cor. 11.29. 3:8 Ministers, (i-1) Diakonos, 'servants' or 'deacons.' see Rom. 16.1 and 1Cor. 4.1. 3:10 minister, (k-10) Diakoneo, to serve, as servants or deacons. 3:12 ministers (i-3) Diakonos, 'servants' or 'deacons.' see Rom. 16.1 and 1Cor. 4.1. 3:13 ministered (k-6) Diakoneo, to serve, as servants or deacons. 3:14 quickly; (l-13) More quickly than the writing of the letter supposed; but in case he delayed he wrote. The verse refers to his fears of being delayed. 3:16 to (a-23) Or 'has been seen of.' God (m-9) I do not enter on the criticism of this text. It very likely should read 'He who has,' &c.
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