3 John 1:6

Overview - 3 John 1
He commends Gaius for his piety,
and hospitality,
to true preachers;
complaining of the unkind dealing of ambitious Diotrephes on the contrary side;
11 whose evil example is not to be followed;
12 and gives special testimony to the good report of Demetrius.
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3 John 1:6  (King James Version)
Which have borne witness of thy charity before the church: whom if thou bring forward on their journey after a godly sort, thou shalt do well:

have borne witness of thy charity
12 ; Philemon 1:5-7

Acts 15:3 ; 21:5 Romans 15:24 ; 2 Corinthians 1:16 ; Titus 3:13

after a godly sort
or, worthy of God.
This is a literal and proper rendering of the original [axios
tou theos ;] by which the antecedent to the possessive pronoun his, in the next verse, becomes immediately apparent. "In a manner worthy of God, and of your relations and obligations to Him, and such as He can approve." 1 Thessalonians 2:12

do well
Genesis 4:7 ; Jonah 4:4 ; Matthew 25:21-23 ; Acts 15:29 ; Philippians 4:14 ; 1 Peter 2:20