Romans 16

1I recommend and to you Phebe, the sister of us, being a servant of the congregation of that in Cenchrea; 2that her you may receive in Lord worthily of the saints, and you may assist her in which of you she may need business; also for she a patroness of many became, and myself of me. 3Salute you Prisca and Aquila, the fellow-workers of me in Anointed Jesus; 4(who on behalf of the life of me the of themselves neck they placed under; to whom not I alone give thanks, but also all the congregations of the Gentiles;) 5also the in house of them congregation. Salute you Epenetus, the beloved one of me, who is a first-fruit of the Asia into Anointed. 6Salute you Mary, who much labored for us. 7Salute you Andronicus and Junias, the relatives of me and fellow-prisoners of me, who are noted among the apostles, who and before me have been in Anointed. 8Salute you Amplias, the beloved one of me in Lord. 9Salute you Urbanus, the fellow-worker of us in Anointed, and Stachys, the beloved one of me. 10Salute you Apelles, the approved one in Anointed. Salute you those from of the Aristobulus. 11Salute you Herodian, the relative of me. Salute you those from of the Narcissus, those being in Lord. 12Salute you Tryphenna and Tryphosa, those laboring in Lord. Salute you Persis, the beloved one, who much labored in Lord. 13Salute you Rufus, the chosen in Lord, and the mother of him and of me. 14Salute you Asyncritus, Phlegon, Hermas, Patrobas, Hermes, and the with them brethren. 15Salute you Philologus and Julia, Nereus and the sister of him, and Olympas, and the with them all saints. 16Salute you each other with a kiss holy. Salute you the congregations all of the Anointed. 17I entreat now you, brethren, to watch those the separations and the stumbling-blocks, contrary to the teaching which you learned, are making; and turn away from them. 18They for such like ones to the Lord of us Anointed not are in subjection, but to the of themselves belly; and through the fair speaking and good speaking they deceive the hearts of the simple ones. 19The for you obedience for all went abroad. I rejoice therefore that in respect to you; I wish but you wise ones indeed to be in respect to the good, blameless ones but in respect to the evil. 20The and God of the peace will crush the adversary under the feet of you in a short time. The favor of the Lord of us Jesus Anointed with you. 21Salute you Timothy, the fellow-worker of me, and Lucius and Jason and Sosipater, the relatives of me. 22Salute you I Tertius, the one having written the letter, in Lord. 23Salute you Gaius, the host of me and of the congregation whole. Salute you Erastus, the treasurer of the city, and Quartus the brother. 24The favor of the Lord of us Jesus Anointed with all of us. So be it. 25To him now being able you to establish according to the glad tidings of me and the proclaiming of Jesus Anointed, according to a revelation of a secret in times of ages has been concealed; 26having been manifested nut now, through and writings prophetic, according to an appointment of the age-lasting God, for obedience of faith, to all the nations having been made known; 27to only wise God, through Jesus Anointed, to him the glory for the ages. So be it.
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