But speak thou those things that beseem wholesome teaching; [Forsooth speak thou the things that become wholesome teaching;]
that old men be sober, chaste, prudent, whole in faith, in love, and patience;
also old women in holy habit, not slanderers [not backbiters, or saying false blame on other men], not serving much to wine, well-teaching, that they teach prudence.
Admonish thou young women, that they love their husbands, that they love their children;
and that they be prudent, chaste, sober, having care of the house, benign, subject to their husbands, that the word of God be not blasphemed.
Also admonish young men, that they be sober.
In all things give thyself ensample of good works, in teaching, in wholeness, in firmness. [+In all things give thyself example of good works, in teaching, in holiness of living, in firmness of virtues.]
An wholesome word [An whole word], and unreprovable; that he that is of the contrary side, be ashamed, having none evil thing to say of you.
Admonish thou servants to be subject to their lords; in all things pleasing, not again-saying,
not defrauding, but in all things showing good faith, that they honour in all things the doctrine of God, our Saviour [that they adorn in all things the doctrine of God, our Saviour].