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2 Timothy 1:18 DBY

18 the Lord grant to him to find mercy from [the] Lord in that day -- and how much service he rendered in Ephesus *thou* knowest best.

Study tools for 2 Timothy 1:18

  • a 1:1 - Or 'Christ Jesus,' according to some authorities.
  • b 1:3 - Latreuo: see Matt. 4.10.
  • c 1:5 - Or, 'I am thankful ... calling to mind.'
  • d 1:5 - A verb is needed in English, and 'has been' is warranted by the apostle's 'calling to mind.'
  • e 1:6 - 'To revive, rekindle, what is drooping:' see Gen. 45.27. The whole subject of the epistle is energy in the darkening state of the assembly.
  • f 1:7 - A quiet, sound or sober mind.
  • g 1:8 - This personification of the gospel is very common with Paul.
  • h 1:11 - Or 'preacher,' as 1Tim. 2.7; 2Pet. 2.5.
  • i 1:12 - Pisteuo, 'believe,' occurs in different constructions; with the dative, as here, it means, 'to believe a person or thing;' compare Matt. 21.25; John 5.24 and 47. Followed by eis with an accusative, as frequently in John, it is to believe on a person as an object of faith, as John 14.1 ('ye believe on God, believe also on me'). Followed by epi with an accusative, it goes on to the idea of confidence: I rest my faith on him, yet with a more general idea of looking to him with this confidence. It is only used thus six times, so far as I am aware: Acts 9.42; 11.17; 16.31; 22.19; Rom. 4.5,24. Followed by epi with a dative, it is used only in Luke 24.25, and in the three passages where Isa. 28.16 is quoted, Rom. 9.33; 10.11; 1Pet. 2.6, where it is confidence in, or reliance upon, a person or thing. Followed by en with a dative, it occurs more seldom, and refers to believing in the truth of a thing, receiving a statement as true, as Mark 1.15 ('believe in the glad tidings').