When I [shall] send to thee Artemas, or Tychicus, hie thou to come to me to Nicopolis [hie, or haste, thou to come to me to Nicopolis]; for I have purposed to dwell in winter there.
Busily before send Zenas [Busily send before Zenas], a wise man of law, and Apollos, that nothing fail to them.
They that be of ours, learn to be governors in good works, to necessary uses, that they be not without fruit. [Forsooth and our men learn to be before in good works, to necessary uses, that they be not unfruitous.]
All men that be with me greet thee well. Greet thou well them, that love us in [the] faith. The grace of God be with you all. Amen.