Philippians 4

Therefore, brethren of me beloved ones and ones longed for, joy and crown of me, thus stand you firm in Lord, O beloved ones. Euodia I exhort, and Syntyche I exhort, the same thing to mind in Lord; yes I ask also thee, yoke-fellow O true, help thou these women, who in the glad tidings co-operated earnestly with me, with and Clement and the remaining fellow-workers of me, of whom the names in book of life. Rejoice you in Lord always; again I say, rejoice you. The gentleness of you let be known to all men. The Lord near; nothing be you over-careful, but in everything by the prayer and by the supplication with thanksgiving the requests of you let be made known to the God; and the peace of the God that surpassing all conception, will guard the hearts of you and the minds of you in Anointed Jesus. The remaining, brethren, what things is, true, what things honorable, what things just, what things pure, what things amiable, what things of good report, if any virtue and if any praise, these things attentively consider; what things also you learned and you received, and you heard and you saw in me, these things perform you; and the God of the peace shall be with you. 10 I rejoiced and in Lord greatly, because now at length you revived the on behalf of me to think; on which also you were thinking, were without opportunity but. 11 Not because respecting want I speak; I for learned, in what things I am, contented to be. 12 I know both to be brought low, I know and to abound; in every thing and in all things I have been initiated, both to be well-fed and to be hungry, both to abound and to be in need; 13 all things I am strong in the one strengthening me. 14 But well you did, having jointly sympathized with me in the affliction. 15 You know and also you, O Philippians, that in a beginning of the glad tidings, when I went out from Macedonia, no one with me congregation communicated in an account of giving and receiving, if not you only; 16 that and in Thessalonica even once and again for the need to me you sent. 17 Not because I earnestly seek the gift, but I earnestly seek the fruit that increasing for an account to you. 18 I have in full but all things, and abound; I am filled, having received from Epaphroditus the things from you, a smell of good odor, a sacrifice acceptable, well-pleasing to the God. 19 The and God of me will fill up every want of you according to the wealth of himself in glory, in Anointed Jesus. 20 To the now God and Father of us the glory for the ages of the ages. So be it. 21 Salute you every holy one in Anointed Jesus. Salute you those with me brethren; 22 salute you all the holy ones, especially but those from of the Caesar’s household. 23 The favor of the Lord of us Jesus Anointed with all of you. So be it.
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