3 Jn 1:1 The elder to Gaius the beloved, whom I love in truth.
3 Jn 1:2 Beloved, about all I pray you success and health, even as your soul succeeds.
3 Jn 1:3 I was very glad then of brothers coming and testifying to the truth about you, even as you in truth walk.
3 Jn 1:4 Greater than these I have no joy, that I hear these my children in the truth walking.
3 Jn 1:5 Beloved, you make faith, whatever you may have worked in the brothers, and that, strangers,
3 Jn 1:6 who testified to your love before the church, who you will do well to send forth worthily from God;
3 Jn 1:7 for over the Name they went out, having taken nothing from the gentiles.
3 Jn 1:8 We then ought to support ones such as these, that we may become coworkers for the truth.
3 Jn 1:9 I wrote something to the church; but one loving to be first of them, Diotrephes, does not receive us.
3 Jn 1:10 By this, if I come, I will remind him of the works he does against us with evil chattering words, and not enough, upon these, he even receives not the brothers, and those willing, hinders and expels from the church.
3 Jn 1:11 Beloved, imitate not the evil but the good. The gooddoing is from God; the evildoing has not seen God.
3 Jn 1:12 To Demetrius has been testified by all and by the truth herself; and now we all testify, and you have seen that our testimony is true.
3 Jn 1:13 I had much to write to you, but I am not willing by ink and reed to write to you.
3 Jn 1:14 Now I hope to see you directly, and mouth to mouth we shall speak.
3 Jn 1:15 Peace to you. The friends greet you. Greet the friends by name.