- From Paul, who is a bondsman for the sake of Christ Jesus, and our brother Timothy. To Philemon our beloved fellow worker,
- Apphia, our sister, Archippus, our fellow wyeman, and the church that meets in your house.
- Milts upon you and frith from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.
- Philemon, I thank my God every time I cwethe you in my bids
- hearing of your love and trustiness, which you have both for the Lord Jesus and for all holymen.
- I bid that your fellowship in the lief might become frimful in the knowledge of every boon among us in Christ.
- Your love, my brother, gives us such eadiness and frovering, for it fains the hearts of your fellow brethren.
- Therefore, though I have enough couth in Christ to bebid you to do the right thing,
- I would rather call upon you through love. I, Paul— an old man, and now also a bondsman for Christ Jesus—
- call upon you for my child Onesimus. I became his father in the lief in my time in lockup.
- He was brookless to you before, but now he is brookful to both of us.
- I’m sending him back to you, which is like sending you my own heart.
- whom i wilned to keep with me, that he could theen me on your behalf for the Good News in my shackles.
- However, I was willing to do nothing without your thwaring, that your goodness would not be as of tharf but out of free will.
- Maybe this is the orsake that Onesimus was besundered from you for a while, so that you could have him back forever—
- no longer as a thrall but more than a thrall—that is, as a beloved brother. He is moreso a beloved brother to me. How much more can he become a brother to you, selfly and ghostly in the Lord!
- So, if you truly think of me as a mate, welcome Onesimus as if you were welcoming me.
- If he has harmed you in any way or owes you penny, tally it on my ledger.
- I, Paul, will pay it back to you (I’m writing this with my own hand). Of course, I won’t speak that you owe me your life.
- Yes, brother, I want this kindness from you in the Lord! Edfresh my heart in Christ.
- I’m writing to you, and dow your thewfastness and knowing that you will do even beyond what i say.
- Also, one more thing—reen a guest room for me. I hope that I will be aleased from lock-up to be with you through your bids.
- Epaphras, who is in lock-up with me for the sake of Christ Jesus, greets you,
- as well as my fellow-workers Mark, Aristarchus, Demas, and Luke.
- May the milts of the Lord Jesus Christ be with your ghost.
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