Therefore, my brethren most dear-worthy and most desired, my joy and my crown, so stand ye in the Lord, most dear brethren.
I pray Euodias, and beseech Syntyche, to understand the same thing in the Lord.
Also I pray and thee, german fellow [Also and I pray thee, german even-fellow], help thou those women that travailed with me in the gospel, with Clement and other mine helpers, whose names be in the book of life.
Joy ye in the Lord evermore; again I say, joy ye.
Be your patience known to all men [Be your temperance, or patience, known to all men]; the Lord is nigh.
Be ye nothing busy [Be nothing busy], but in all prayer and beseeching, with doing of thankings, be your askings known at God.