Titus 2

But speak thou the things that belong to wholesome doctrine. And teach the older men to be watchful in their minds, and to be sober, and to be pure, and to be sound in the faith, and in love and in patience. And so also the elder women, that they be in behavior as becometh the fear of God; and not to be slanderers; and not to be addicted to much wine; and to be inculcators of good things, making the younger women to be modest, to love their husbands and their children, to be chaste and holy, and to take good care of their households, and to be obedient to their husbands; so that no one may reproach the word of God. And likewise exhort young men to be sober. And in every thing show thyself a pattern, as to all good works: and in thy teaching, let thy discourse be healthful, such as is sober and uncorrupt; and let no one despise it: so that he who riseth up against us, may be ashamed, seeing he can say nothing odious against us. Let servants obey their masters in every thing, and strive to please them, and not contradict, nor pilfer; 10 but let them manifest that their fidelity, in all respects, is good: so that they may adorn the doctrine of God our Life-giver, in all things. 11 For the all-vivifying grace of God, is revealed to all men; 12 and it teacheth us, to deny ungodliness and worldly lusts, and to live in this world in sobriety, and in uprightness, and in the fear of God, 13 looking for the blessed hope, and the manifestation of the glory of the great God, and our Life-giver, Jesus the Messiah; 14 who gave himself for us, that he might recover us from all iniquity, and purify for himself a new people, who are zealous in good works. 15 These things speak thou, and exhort, and inculcate, with all authority; and let no one despise thee.
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