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1 Timothy 6:3–5

If any man hteach otherwise, and consent not to iwholesome words, even the words of our Lord Jesus Christ, and to the doctrine kwhich is according to godliness; He lis ||proud, mknowing nothing, but ||doting about nquestions and nnstrifes of words, whereof cometh oenvy, ostrife, prailings, evil surmisings, ||qPerverse disputings of rmen of corrupt minds, and destitute of the truth, ssupposing that gain is godliness: tfrom such withdraw thyself.

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ch. 1:3.

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2 Tim. 1:13 (Gk.). So Tit. 2:8. See ch. 1:10.

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Tit. 1:1. See ch. 2:10.

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ch. 3:6. 2 Tim. 3:4 in the Gk.

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Or, a fool.

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So 1 Cor. 8:2. ch. 1:7.

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Or, sick.

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See ch. 1:4.

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See Gal. 5:20, 21.

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See Gal. 5:20, 21.

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See Eph. 4:31.

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Or, gallings one of another.

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Comp. 1 Cor. 11:16. ch. 1:6.

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