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| Second Epistle to Timothy|
2 Timothy 2 is the second chapter of the Second Epistle to Timothy in the New Testament of the Christian Bible. It is authored by Paul the Apostle and addressed to Saint Timothy.
The original text is written in Koine Greek.
Some most ancient manuscripts containing this chapter are:
Codex Sinaiticus (AD 330-360)
Codex Alexandrinus (ca. AD 400-440)
Codex Ephraemi Rescriptus (ca. AD 450; complete)
Codex Freerianus (ca. AD 450; extant: verses 2-5, 14-16, 22-24)
Codex Claromontanus (ca. AD 550)
Codex Coislinianus (~ca. AD 550; extant: verses 1-9)
This chapter is divided into 26 verses.
2 Timothy 2 Wikipedia
This chapter can be grouped (with cross references to other parts of the Bible):2 Timothy 2:1-13 = The Appeal Renewed
2 Timothy 2:14-26 = Dealing With False Teachers
New King James VersionTherefore I endure everything for the sake of the elect, that they too may obtain the salvation that is in Christ Jesus, with eternal glory.
Therefore I endure all things for the elects' sakes
There is a certain number of persons whom God has chosen in Christ from everlasting unto salvation, who shall certainly be saved; for these Jesus Christ suffered and died; and on their account is the Gospel sent, preached, and published to the world; for their sakes are ministers fitted and qualified for their work, and have their mission and commission to perform it, and suffer what they do in the execution of it; and since it was for the sake of such, whom God had loved and chosen, that the apostle endured all his reproaches, afflictions, and persecutions, he was the more cheerful under them; and the consideration of it was a support unto him:that they may also obtain;
as well as himself, and other chosen vessels of salvation, who were called by grace already; for the apostle is speaking of such of the elect, who were, as yet, in a state of nature:the salvation which is in Christ Jesus, with eternal glory;
Salvation is only by Christ Jesus, and in him; and this is only for the elect of God; and it is published in the Gospel, that they might obtain it; and in all ages they do obtain it, or enjoy it: the thing itself is obtained by Christ for them, through his obedience, sufferings, and death; and it is published in the everlasting Gospel, that they might come to the knowledge of it; and in the effectual calling it is brought near by the Spirit of God, and applied unto them; and they have now both a meetness for it, and a right unto it, and shall fully enjoy it in heaven; for it has "eternal glory", or "heavenly glory", as the Vulgate Latin and Ethiopic versions read, "annexed to it"; or rather the full enjoyment of it will consist in an eternal and heavenly glory, which will be put upon the saints, both in soul and body, and remain to all eternity.