The elders who do good work as leaders should be considered worthy of receiving double pay, especially those who work hard at preaching and teaching.
For the scripture says, "Do not muzzle an ox when you are using it to thresh grain" and "Workers should be given their pay." 1
References for 1 Timothy 5:18
5.18 a Dt 25.4; b Mt 10.10; Lk 10.7.
Do not listen to an accusation against an elder unless it is brought by two or more witnesses. 2
References for 1 Timothy 5:19
5.19 Dt 17.6; 19.15.
Rebuke publicly all those who commit sins, so that the rest may be afraid.
In the presence of God and of Christ Jesus and of the holy angels I solemnly call upon you to obey these instructions without showing any prejudice or favor to anyone in anything you do.
Be in no hurry to lay hands on people to dedicate them to the Lord's service. Take no part in the sins of others; keep yourself pure.
Do not drink water only, but take a little wine to help your digestion, since you are sick so often.
The sins of some people are plain to see, and their sins go ahead of them to judgment; but the sins of others are seen only later.
In the same way good deeds are plainly seen, and even those that are not so plain cannot be hidden.