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That servants submit to their own masters, that they be obedient in all things; not speaking back;

All that are with me salute thee. Greet them that love us in the faith. Grace be with you all. Amen.

And to Apphia our sister and Archippus our fellow soldier [in the Christian warfare], and to the church [assembly that meets] in your house:

hearing of thy love and faith that thou hast unto the Lord Jesus and toward all the saints,

For, much joy, have I had, and encouragement, by occasion of thy love, in that, the tender affections of the saints, have had rest given them by thee, brother.

Wherefore, though I might be much bold in Christ to enjoin thee that which is convenient,

it is for love's sake that--instead of that--although I am none other than Paul the aged, and am now also a prisoner for Christ Jesus,

I am appealing to you concerning my child, whose spiritual father I have become during my imprisonment, that is, Onesimus,

not as a slave [only], but more than a slave, as a dearly loved brother. [He is that] to me especially, but how much more to you, both in a physical way [i.e., by continuing to serve as your slave] and in [the fellowship of] the Lord [i.e., now also as your brother in Christ].

Therefore, brother, let me have joy of thee in the Lord, that thou might refresh my heart in the Lord.

along with [John] Mark [Note: This shows that Mark was now back in the good graces of Paul. See Acts 15:36-40], Aristarchus, Demas [Note: This man later deserted Paul. See II Tim. 4:10] and Luke, who are [also] my fellow-workers. [Note: These men, unlike Epaphras who was imprisoned with Paul, were free to minister for Christ there in Rome].

being so much greater than the angels, that he has inherited a name so much more excellent than they.

But God said [this] about the angels [Psa. 104:4 LXX], "He [i.e., God] makes His angels to be [like] winds and His servants [like] flames of fire." [Note: The idea is probably that angels obediently serve God's purpose similar to the way wind and lightening do].

It is also of His Son that God says, "Thou, O Lord, in the beginning didst lay the foundations of the earth, and the heavens are the work of Thy hands.

For it was not to angels that God subjected the habitable world of the future, of which we are speaking.

Thou hast made him, for a while, lower than angels; With glory and honour thou hast crowned him; Thou hast set him over all that thy hands have made;

For it was an act worthy [of God] and fitting [to the divine nature] that He, for Whose sake and by Whom all things have their existence, in bringing many sons into glory, should make the Pioneer of their salvation perfect [should bring to maturity the human experience necessary to be perfectly equipped for His office as High Priest] through suffering.

where your forefathers so sorely tried My patience and saw all that I did during forty years.

So in my anger I swore a solemn oath that they would never enter my rest."

in that it is said, To-day if ye will hear his voice, do not harden your hearts, as in the provocation;

Therefore let us fear, [while there] remains a promise of entering into his rest, that none of you appear to fall short of [it].

Again, in that passage He says, They will never enter My rest.

Again He sets a definite day, [a new] Today, [and gives another opportunity of securing that rest] saying through David after so long a time in the words already quoted, Today, if you would hear His voice and when you hear it, do not harden your hearts.

For, if, unto them, Joshua had given rest, it had not in that case, concerning another day, been speaking, after, these things.

For he that is entered into his rest, he also hath ceased from his own works, as God did from his.

For the Word that God speaks is alive and full of power [making it active, operative, energizing, and effective]; it is sharper than any two-edged sword, penetrating to the dividing line of the breath of life (soul) and [the immortal] spirit, and of joints and marrow [of the deepest parts of our nature], exposing and sifting and analyzing and judging the very thoughts and purposes of the heart.

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