1timothy

1 Tim. 1:1 - NIV, NAB - in Epistle of Ignatius to the Ephesians

None of these things is hid from you, if ye perfectly possess that faith and love towards Christ Jesus[96]

1 Tim. 1:1 - NIV, NAB - in Epistle of Ignatius to the Ephesians

Wherefore none of the devices of the devil shall be hidden from you, if, like Paul, ye perfectly possess that faith and love towards Christ[102]

1 Tim. 1:1 - NIV, NAB - in Epistle of Ignatius to the Magnesians

but, as less than any of you, I desire to guard you beforehand, that ye fall not upon the hooks of vain doctrine, but that ye attain to full assurance in regard to the birth, and passion, and resurrection which took place in the time of the government of Pontius Pilate, being truly and certainly accomplished by Jesus Christ, who is our hope,[76]

1 Tim. 1:3 - NIV, NAB - in Epistle of Ignatius to Polycarp

Let not those who seem worthy of credit, but teach strange doctrines,[18]

1 Tim. 1:3 - NIV, NAB - in Epistle of Ignatius to Polycarp

Let not those who seem worthy of credit, but teach strange doctrines,[20]

1 Tim. 1:3 - NIV, NAB - in Cyprian Treatise IX On the Advantage of Patience

Such and so great is the patience of Christ; and had it not been such and so great, the Church would never have possessed Paul as an apostle.[19]

1 Tim. 1:4 - NIV, NAB - in Epistle of Ignatius to the Ephesians

Where is the boasting of those who are styled prudent? For our God, Jesus Christ, was, according to the appointment[125]

1 Tim. 1:4 - NIV, NAB - in Epistle of Ignatius to the Magnesians

Be not deceived with strange doctrines, "nor give heed to fables and endless genealogies,"[46]

1 Tim. 1:4 - NIV, NAB - in Irenaeus Against Heresies Book I

as certain men have set the truth aside, and bring in lying words and vain genealogies, which, as the apostle says,[2]

1 Tim. 1:4 - NIV, NAB - in Fragments from the Lost Writings of Irenaeus

which the unlearned receive, and those of slender knowledge have taught, not "giving heed to endless genealogies,"[71]

1 Tim. 1:4 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian A Treatise on the Soul

But in the few words there always arises certainty to him; nor is he permitted to give his inquiries a wider range than is compatible with their solution; for "endless questions" the apostle forbids.[18]

1 Tim. 1:4 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian The Prescription Against Heretics

nothing! Whence spring those "fables and endless genealogies,"[74]

1 Tim. 1:4 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian The Prescription Against Heretics

Such an opinion did the Valentinians assert of themselves. When again he mentions "endless genealogies,"[350]

1 Tim. 1:4 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian Against the Valentinians

infelicities of a dispersed and mutilated Deity, will that man hesitate at once to pronounce that these are "the fables and endless genealogies" which the inspired apostle[42]

1 Tim. 1:5 - NIV, NAB - in Epistle of Ignatius to the Ephesians

which are the beginning and the end of life. For the beginning is faith, and the end is love.[97]

1 Tim. 1:5 - NIV, NAB - in Clement of Alexandria Stromata Book I

"Now the end of the commandment is charity out of a pure heart, and a good conscience, and faith unfeigned."[333]

1 Tim. 1:6 - NIV, NAB - in Didache

but to every one that acts amiss[133]

1 Tim. 1:7 - NIV, NAB - in Clement of Alexandria Stromata Book I

"Desiring to be teachers of the law, they understand," says the apostle, "neither what they say, nor whereof they affirm."[332]

1 Tim. 1:7 - NIV, NAB - in Origen Commentary on Matthew Book XII

not accepting that interpretation of ours, may say that there were certain mentioned by Paul "desiring to be teachers of the law,"[260]

1 Tim. 1:8 - NIV, NAB - in Clement of Alexandria Stromata Book I

"And we know that the law is good, if a man use it lawfully."[331]

1 Tim. 1:9 - NIV, NAB - in Irenaeus Against Heresies Book IV

Why, then, did the Lord not form the covenant for the fathers? Because "the law was not established for righteous men."[197]

1 Tim. 1:9 - NIV, NAB - in Clement of Alexandria Stromata Book IV

For when you take away the cause of fear, sin, you have taken away fear; and much more, punishment, when you have taken away that which gives rise to lust. "For the law is not made for the just man,"[10]

1 Tim. 1:9 - NIV, NAB - in Clement of Alexandria Stromata Book VII

Wherefore also the commandments, according to the Law, and before the Law, not given to the upright (for the law is not appointed for a righteous man[14]

1 Tim. 1:9 - NIV, NAB - in Archelaus Acts of the Disputation with the Heresiarch Manes

Now it is written that "the law is not made for a righteous man, but for the lawless and disobedient, for the ungodly and for sinners."[285]

1 Tim. 1:13 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian On Modesty

of whom himself had been the "first," what does he add? "And I obtained mercy, because I did (so) ignorantly in unbelief."[230]

1 Tim. 1:13 - NIV, NAB - in Cyprian Epistle LXXII

For one who errs by simplicity may be pardoned, as the blessed Apostle Paul says of himself, "I who at first was a blasphemer, and a persecutor, and injurious; yet obtained mercy, because I did it ignorantly."[16]

1 Tim. 1:15 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian On Modesty

For this (rule), even in his own person, the apostle has laid down. For, when affirming that Christ came for this end, that He might save sinners,[229]

1 Tim. 1:15 - NIV, NAB - in Origen Against Celsus Book I

Moreover, Paul, who himself also at a later time became an apostle of Jesus, says in his Epistle to Timothy, "This is a faithful saying, that Jesus Christ came into, the world to save sinners, of whom I am the chief."[125]

1 Tim. 1:16 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian On Repentance

" That repentance, O sinner, like myself (nay, rather, less than myself, for pre-eminence in sins I acknowledge to be mine[23]

1 Tim. 1:17 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian Against Praxeas

It was of Him, too, that he had said in a previous passage: "Now unto the King eternal, immortal, invisible, to the only God; "[185]

1 Tim. 1:17 - NIV, NAB - in A Treatise of Novatian Concerning the Trinity

Of whom the same apostle, "Now unto the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only God, be honour and glory."[19]

1 Tim. 1:17 - NIV, NAB - in Methodius Oration Concerning Simeon and Anna

Fitly did that temporal king and Thy servant once sing of Thee as the King Eternal, saying, Thou art fairer than the children of men, who amongst men art very God and man.[55]

1 Tim. 1:17 - NIV, NAB - in Methodius Oration Concerning Simeon and Anna

But the time would fail us, ages and succeeding generations too, to render unto thee thy fitting salutation as the mother of the King Eternal,[97]

1 Tim. 1:17 - NIV, NAB - in 2 Clement

To the only God invisible,[154]

1 Tim. 1:18 - NIV, NAB - in Clement of Alexandria Stromata Book II

"This charge," he says, "I commit to thee, son Timothy, according to the prophecies which went before on thee, that thou by them mightest war the good warfare; holding faith, and a good conscience; which some having put away concerning faith have made shipwreck,"[68]

1 Tim. 1:18 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian The Prescription Against Heretics

a new doctrine? or is it a part of that charge of which he says, "This charge I commit unto thee, son Timothy? "[270]

1 Tim. 1:19 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian On Idolatry

wherewith, indeed, some having been ensnared, "have suffered shipwreck about faith."[69]

1 Tim. 1:19 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian On Modesty

, men already sunken from the faith into blasphemy; whence, too, he pronounced them "shipwrecked with regard to faith,"[135]

1 Tim. 1:20 - NIV, NAB - in Shepherd of Hermas Similitude Sixth

" "I would know, sir," I said, "Of what nature are these diverse tortures and punishments? ""Hear," he said, "the various tortures and punishments. The tortures are such as occur during life.[9]

1 Tim. 1:20 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian The Prescription Against Heretics

that certain men, like Phygellus, and Hermogenes, and Philetus, and Hymenµus, deserted His apostle:[32]

1 Tim. 1:20 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian On the Flesh of Christ

The famous Alexander,[229]

1 Tim. 1:20 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian On Modesty

Plainly, the selfsame apostle delivered to Satan Hymenaeus and Alexander, "that they might be emended into not blaspheming,"[131]

1 Tim. 1:20 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian De Fuga in Persecutione

For the apostle likewise delivered Phygellus and Hermogenes over to Satan that by chastening they might be taught not to blaspheme.[12]

1 Tim. 1:20 - NIV, NAB - in Archelaus Acts of the Disputation with the Heresiarch Manes

For as Hymenaeus and Alexander were" delivered unto Satan, that they might learn not to blaspheme,"[100]