top of page

2 Timothy 1:1-14 - Another use of names that expand the details of truth

[1] Paul, an apostle of Christ Jesus by the will of God, for the sake of the promise of life that is in Christ Jesus,

[2] To Timothy, my beloved child: Grace, mercy, and peace from God the Father and Christ Jesus our Lord.

[3] I am grateful to God-- whom I worship with a clear conscience, as my ancestors did-- when I remember you constantly in my prayers night and day. [4] Recalling your tears, I long to see you so that I may be filled with joy. [5] I am reminded of your sincere faith, a faith that lived first in your grandmother Lois and your mother Eunice and now, I am sure, lives in you. [6] For this reason I remind you to rekindle the gift of God that is within you through the laying on of my hands; [7] for God did not give us a spirit of cowardice, but rather a spirit of power and of love and of self-discipline.

[8] Do not be ashamed, then, of the testimony about our Lord or of me his prisoner, but join with me in suffering for the gospel, relying on the power of God, [9] who saved us and called us with a holy calling, not according to our works but according to his own purpose and grace. [10] This grace was given to us in Christ Jesus before the ages began, but it has now been revealed through the appearing of our Savior Christ Jesus, who abolished death and brought life and immortality to light through the gospel. [11] For this gospel I was appointed a herald and an apostle and a teacher, and [12] for this reason I suffer as I do. But I am not ashamed, for I know the one in whom I have put my trust, and I am sure that he is able to guard until that day what I have entrusted to him. [13] Hold to the standard of sound teaching that you have heard from me, in the faith and love that are in Christ Jesus. [14] Guard the good treasure entrusted to you, with the help of the Holy Spirit living in us.


This reading needs to be compared to the reading from 1 Timothy 1, read aloud on the nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost (three Sundays prior). In that the story was deepened by understanding the meaning behind the appearance of names. While there are less such ‘names’ in this reading, there are enough to make the deeper intent stand out. The first comes from seeing verse one beginning with “Paulus,” which is actually a Latin word, where the capitalization indicated a divine level of elevation in the meaning “Little” or “Small.” Here, it is important to remember the name given to Paul was Saul. It was after his soul was married to Yahweh, his past sins cleansed by Yahweh’s Spirit and his soul-body possessed by the soul of Jesus resurrected within his did the soul of Saul take on a “Small” presence, with the soul of Jesus becoming Saul’s Lord. The writing of “Paulus,” followed by a comma mark of separation speaks loudly that this ‘diminished self-ego’ is once again writing this epistle sent to his co-Apostle Timothy.

Verse one then follows this recall by stating in the Genitive case (the possessive), “an apostle of Anointment [Christ] of Yahweh’s Salvation [Jesus] on account of of an act of will of God”. In this the supposed ‘names’ “Christ Jesus” are mistranslated without the Genitive possession applied to the meaning behind each word: “Christou” means “of Anointment,” where the capitalization elevates this to the divine level of Spiritual Anointment; and, “Iēsou,” a name meaning “Yah Saves,” where the Genitive possession says the presence of the Son’s soul is due to “Yahweh’s Salvation.” This state of being “Small” in self-ego means being “Anointed” by Yahweh’s Spirit, so the soul of His Son can possess the soul of Yahweh’s wife-soul. Everything is “on account of” this dual possession that is “of an act of God.” This means to read Paul writing words that make worship of a man named “Jesus” as the one and only “Christ” takes all power away from Yahweh – “of God” – and places it in the hands of self-ego, spawned by translators of the truth into paraphrased English. It then becomes the English mistranslations that act as a god over the brains of Western Christians.

The remainder of verse one says, “according to a promise of life of this within to Anointment of Yahweh’s Salvation”. This says there is a set “promise” that is to a spiritual life (as a soul is an eternal spirit of Yahweh, placed in a mortal body of flesh), which exceeds the limits of a physical life on earth. This means the use of the Greek word “en” has its proper intent read into it, as “within,” which is a statement of the soul “within” its body of mortal flesh. Here, Paul repeated (in the same order, but one written the dative case) the words “Christō” and “Iēsou”. The same divine elevation of each word (separately) speaks as a Paul confirming that stated prior in the possessive case.

Verse two then begins with the capitalized ‘name’ “Timothy,” but is written in the dative case, which makes it be read as an address of Paul “to Timothy.” That is wrong, as it ignores the fact that verse one ended in a comma mark of separation, not a period mark of ending. The comma then connects Paul writing “according to a promise of life of this within to Anointment of Yahweh’s Salvation” as now being relative “to Timothy.” Rather than a letter being addressed to a man named Timothy, Paul is stating that the “Anointment of Yahweh’s Salvation” (being possessed in the name “of Jesus”) is divinely elevated “to honoring God,” as being possessed by “God’s Values” – the meaning of the name “Timothy.” This divinely elevated “Honoring of God” is then due to being one raised “to beloved” status, which means a soul married to Yahweh, due to shared “love.” Further, this “beloved” marriage then leads to a “child” being born to the one “Honoring God” as His “beloved,” where that Spiritual union brings forth a “child.” This “child” not only seals a soul’s love relationship to Yahweh, but it brings forth “Yahweh’s Salvation,” which is the “child” Son of Yahweh. When that “child” is reborn into the flesh of a wife-soul, then that soul-body becomes reborn as the Son, making the relationship expand from divine wife-soul to the Son reborn in flesh to share the same spiritual “Father.” This will be confirmed later in verse two.

Following a colon mark that clarifies this statement explaining “to Honoring God beloved child” Paul then wrote one word: “Charis,” typically translated as saying “Grace.” The proper intent of “Charis” is as “Favor.” The capitalization divinely elevates this “Favor” to the level of Yahweh, where this “Favor” is relative to the verse one statement of “a promise of life.” Such a “Favor” is not granted to every soul born into mortal flesh. It is only given to the “beloved” souls married to Yahweh. That “Favor” is then furthered by the resurrection of His Son’s soul in the wife-soul (consummating the marriage spiritually), so the “Favor” is to be the “child” of Yahweh (Adam-Jesus) reborn into mortal flesh.

Following the capitalized “Charis,” Paul next wrote another one-word statement, set alone by comma marks. That word translates into common English as “mercy.” The proper meaning is “mercy” as it is defined by loyalty to God's covenant.” [HELPS Word-studies] To bring God’s covenant into this meaning says a soul has said “I do” at the altar of divine marriage, where the Commandments represent the terms of marriage agreed upon. When a soul in flesh has willingly and lovingly submitted one’s soul to Yahweh [become “Small”] then all past sins will be washed clean through divine Baptism of Spirit. This “mercy” can only come after one’s soul has sacrificed self-ego [no other gods before Yahweh’s face – 1st Commandment]. The marriage agreement is forever binding; and, this is why Yahweh sends His Son to merge with His wife-soul, because the Son will become the Lord that ensures the Commandments are written on the walls of one’s heart forevermore.

The rest of verse two is divided by the placement of the Greek word “kai,” which should not be read as the conjunction ‘and,’ but instead as a marker word that denotes importance that comes after its placement. The words written (translated into literal English) say: “peace away from of God of Father kai of Anointment of Yahweh’s Salvation of this of Lord of us .” Here, there are seven words written in the Genitive case, which (again) denotes possession. After writing the Genitive words that say “of God of Father,” the word “kai” says importance must be seen in this being “of Anointment [Christ] of Yahweh’s Salvation [Jesus] of this of Lord of us”. All of this follows the word “eirēnē,” meaning “peace,” but the proper intent of the word is to denote “wholeness.” This “wholeness” is stated as a way to say a soul in a body of flesh has been “away from” the possession “of God,” where His possession being returned makes the possession “of God” be as the “Father,” who possesses His Son. As all souls-spirits-angels are masculine in essence – in the realm of Yahweh the Father – all wife-souls who are where the resurrection of His Son’s soul come and joins, possessing that soul-body as its “Lord,” then those wife-souls (wives as souls trapped in flesh – the feminine essence) identify as Sons (regardless of human gender). Therefore, as stated prior, such a soul becomes Yahweh possession as “of Anointment” and possessed by the Son as “of Yahweh’s Salvation,” coming to possess as “this Lord of us.”

Verse 3: “Favor I possess to this to God , who I serve away from of ancestors within to upright joint-knowing , even as unceasing I possess this concerning of your soul remembrance within to these to prayers of my soul of night kai of day ,

Here, Paul gives all credit to his divinely elevated “Favor” (Grace), which he stated as that coming from “Honoring God” through a marriage from “love,” which led to the “child” of God the Father being resurrected within one’s soul, by saying his soul “possesses this,” due “to God” and His “Favor” granted a wife-soul. The element of a soul – the spiritual trapped within an earthly [dead] body of flesh – is then stated to be the “service” that makes a soul be an “ancestor’ of the spiritual lineage promised Abram, where a soul trapped in flesh is “within” brought “to upright” purification of that soul, through the “joint-knowing” (as “conscience,” which properly means a state “which joins moral and spiritual consciousness as part of being created in the divine image” [HELPS Word-studies]) union with the soul of the Son, a soul’s new Lord within the flesh. Paul then stated that the same state in him exists in those reading this letter (“even as”), where all “possess” and are ”possessed” as identifying egos “remembrance” [“a bringing to mind, a mention (recollection); a personal remembrance recalling a particular aspect of a person” – HELPS Word-studies] of who brings a soul “Favor.” It is “unceasing” and the constant state of communication with the divine, through “prayers of my soul” (where “mou” means “myself” and a “self” equates to a “soul”), during times of darkness and doubts (“of night”). These “prayers” then importantly (“kai”) bring forth the light of inspiration from divine insight (“of day”), which comforts the soul and eliminates all doubts or fears.

Verse 4: “longing for your souls to experience , remembering of your souls of these of tears , in order that of joy I could have been made complete ,

Here, the Greek word that translates as the participle “longing” is said: “This root (epipoth-) means "yearn affectionately," having "a great affection for, to have a yearning love for," i.e. to "long for, strain after, desire greatly" (Souter).” [HELPS Word-studies] This relates to the desire to marry Yahweh out of love and affection, where His proposal of divine union brings a soul to “remembering” the sins of the past and the guilt that leads to “teardrops.” To submit to Yahweh in spiritual marriage brings a soul the presence “of joy,” which is the love of Yahweh that is born through possession by His Son Jesus. When the soul of Yahweh’s Salvation comes to become one’s Lord, then a return to Yahweh brings the “wholeness” (peace) that “has been made complete” when a soul and Yahweh become one again.

Verse 5: “remembrance having taken hold of this within to your soul of sincere of faith , whosoever it dwelt in before within to this to grandmother of your soul , Without Husband (Lois) , kai to this to mother of your soul , Great Victory (Eunice) ; I have confidence now because kai within your soul .

Here we find the appearance of women being named as “grandmother” and “mother,” giving the impression that Paul is mentioning women close to Timothy. It may or may not be that there was actually some man named Timothy, to whom Paul wrote letters (a dangerous thing to do, given the persecution against Christians at that time), as the spiritual truth of the intent of names is the meaning behind the names. As such, naming two women is pointless; but the meaning makes this cloaked verse expand, so a deeper message is conveyed, which not only applied in ancient Greece but throughout all times this letter is read, by all who see the truth rising from the words.

This verse begins with “remembrance,” which makes the verse be directed to explaining that written in verse four, about a “remembering of your souls of these of fears,” which are the sins all souls in flesh will have done. It is this “remembering” that motivates a soul to be “longing to experience” salvation and forgiveness. Here, Paul is saying this “longing” must be from “remembrance” that brings about deep, heartfelt regret, so a soul is “sincere of faith,” where “faith” is from the spiritual ”experience” coming to one’s soul, knowing Yahweh and Jesus, more than hearing people talk about the two. This is then the lineage of Abram, which is spiritual and soul-based, not a direct bloodline. Because all humanity is a neutered soul in a feminine essence body of flesh (earth is femininity), then the souls of the past that are linking to the present state of being means “grandmother” and “mother” are prior incarnations the soul has lived, which prepared the soul of the present life to be prepared to sacrifice totally to Yahweh (as did Abram, therefore all his spiritual descendants). The name “Lois” means “Without Husband” (“lo” = not, “is” = “ish” or man, as “no man”). Because this is capitalized to a divine level of meaning, equal to Yahweh, “Without Husband” says the “grandmother” had not married Yahweh. The name “Eunice” means “Great Victory” (“eu” = “good, great”, with “nice” as “nike” or “victory”), which says the past life prepared the present soul to marry Yahweh and become the “mother” of His Son Jesus, reborn in one’s flesh. The important connecter segment between the two names says, “to this to mother of your soul,” which says the present soul has come “to this” state of commitment to take a Husband and become a virgin “mother of your soul” as one cleansed of all past sins (those “remembered”).

An Unmarried Woman

When Paul then followed a semi-colon by writing a word in the first-person, his saying “I have confidence now because,” the “I” of “I have” is the submission of one’s self-ego to Yahweh, so Yahweh (I AM) is “now” one’s stronghold and source of all confidence. This is then importantly noted as being “within your soul,” which is where Yahweh’s Spirit outpours forever and where the soul of the Son resurrects.

Verse 6: “On Account Of this cause I call to your remembrance your soul to stir up the fire this gift of grace of this of God , which it exists within to your soul on account of of this of assault of these hands of my soul .

This verse begins with a capitalized “Dia” (abbreviated as “Di’ ” or “Δι’ ”) , which becomes divinely elevated as a statement why Paul is sent to minister to the faithful, even while imprisoned in Rome. It is “On Account Of this cause I call,” where (again) Paul is “called to remind” the saints who serve Yahweh as His Son reborn” that selfishness is not a virtue. Each and every soul saved must “stir up a fire” or “be kindled afresh,” such that the “longing within” can turn to smoldering embers, as a soul that has lost touch with the “promise of life” the soul agreed to return to Yahweh and “complete” that “wholeness.” To “rekindle the fire” a soul needs to add the Spirit of the Father and the soul resurrected of the Son “within,” so the fire begins raging again. This is the strong desire and love of Yahweh that brings one the “gift of Grace” from Yahweh – the promise fulfilled to eternal life.

In the second segment of words written in this verse, it appear that Paul is reminding Timothy about his being saved by coming in contact with a physical man, who “laid hands upon” his body and soul. This is not the truth stated, as salvation does not come from human touch … like magic possessed by a magician. Paul wrote in the third-person that “it exists,” where “exists” means to be alive. This is the promise of “life” that cannot be seen physically, as “it exists within to your soul.” It is here that the Greek written is translated as saying, “through the laying on of my hands,” when that translation ignores truth of the Greek word “epithesis,” which has “laying on” be a strong and forceful “assault” of “attack.” When this one word is read as separate from those surrounding it, the word itself is stating the receipt of the “gift of life” becomes a powerful presence that is Yahweh’s possession (the Genitive case), where this “existence of life” is “of this of assault.” That means the Spirit does not calmly ooze around one’s soul, it is a powerful outpouring that rushes all demonic presences out of one’s body and soul, where it is those attackers of life that are “assaulted” and removed. It is this cleansing of a soul-body that makes them then be possessed (Genitive case) “of this of hands,” where each new saint becomes extensions of the “hand” of Yahweh on earth, as His Son reborn many times over. Each is then possessed in the same way as Paul, who ended the verse saying “of my soul.” This says Paul is also one of the “hands” of Yahweh. It is misread when it is thought to mean Paul could touch people and save their souls. ONLY YAHWEH can save a soul; and, that is why “Jesus” means “Yah Saves.”

Verse 7: “not indeed he has offered to our souls this God spirit of timidity , on the other hand of strength , kai of self-discipline .

In this most important verse, one’s eyes must be adjusted to see the intent behind them as being the resurrection of the soul of Jesus within each soul that has married Yahweh and become saved by the force of His Spirit. The “strength” necessary is the presence of the Son’s soul in a newly cleansed soul and body. This is “indeed not” and “offering” or a useless “gift” to “our souls” (all individually and inclusive). Instead, “offered to our soul” from “this God,” where “this” is the “gift of grace” and the “strength” necessary to be the “hands of God,” where that rock is the “God spirit” that is the Yahweh elohim that is His Son – Adam-Jesus. To be without Yahweh’s Spirit is to be timid and weak. Therefore, Yahweh does “not offer this God spirit” to possess one “of timidity.” Paul wrote, “on the other hand” the divine marriage of Yahweh’s Spirit to a weakling and submissive wife-soul is to place His “strength” within that soul-body. In addition, it is important to know that the coming presence of the Jesus “spirit” is to be a possessor (Genitive case) “of self-discipline.” All the weaknesses of an unsaved soul in a body of flesh that influenced the soul to allow sins to take place are washed away in an “assault” led by “this God spirit” that is the new Lord over a soul and its flesh. The self-sacrifice made in submission at the altar of divine marriage to Yahweh is then replaced by the self-identity that is the name of Jesus, whose inner voice disciplines a soul-body to do Yahweh’s Will in ministry, while remaining pure forevermore.

Verse 8: “Not therefore you should be ashamed this witness of this of Lord of our souls , and not of my soul this bound of his soul ; on the other hand you will have suffered hardships together with to this to God’s good news , according to strength of God ,

Here, Paul capitalized the Greek word “,” which means “Not.” As a divinely elevated statement rising to the level of Yahweh, this refers back to the prior verse, where Paul was led to write “not indeed he has offered to our souls this God spirit of timidity,” using the lower-case spelling of “ou.” According to HELPS Word-studies, “(mḗ) negates "subjectively," ruling out any implications ("suggestions") that could be involved with what should (could, would) apply.” This is then a stand-alone statement (so to speak) that sums up the “existence” of Yahweh’s Spirit outpouring over a soul, so it is no longer liable to suffer human failures, from weaknesses of the flesh. With this statement made, Paul then wrote the conjunction “therefore,” which connects verse seven to what is next to be stated in verse eight.

That stated next deals with “shame,” which is a word reflecting a soul-body returning to a state of sin and the guilts they bring. When the “Not” condition surrounds a soul-body protectively, then one’s soul stands behind the leadership of its new Lord, as a “witness” that possesses “evidence” and “proof” of a divine presence, which is what creates true “faith,” making one capable of “testifying” in the name of Jesus. The soul of Jesus becomes in possession (the Genitive case) “of our souls,” as the “Lord” over each soul individually (not a group that experiences an external Jesus, like the disciples did when Jesu walked the earth as a man). In the second segment of words, Paul makes it clear that the soul of Jesus is “not of my soul” (so Paul cannot magically transform anyone else’s soul), but the soul of Paul (and all saints) is a “soul bound to his soul.” That is a powerful statement that two souls are “bound” or “prisoners” within a body of flesh together. This is a divine possession, similar to the ancient recognition of Eudaimonia (possession by a good spirit that brings happiness), as opposed to Desdemona (ill-fated or unfortunate, due to demonic possession). Paul then says the soul-body along with the soul of Jesus “bound together with” one’s soul will “experience hardships,” which are the trials of persecution that are Satan’s way of testing all saints. That test is to lead others away from the “Gospel,” which is the “good news” of salvation, through speaking the truth of Scripture, so other souls can be led individually to choose to love Yahweh and seek Him in divine union. All of this is led by “the strength of God,” which comes from His Son within.

Verse 9: “of this of having saved our souls , kai of having named to a calling to sacred , not according to these works of our souls , on the other hand according to one’s own predetermination kai favor , this having been offered to our souls within to Anointed [Christ] to Yahweh’s Salvation [Jesus] earlier of time of eternal ,

This verse begins with two possessive words (Genitive case), where “of this” is the possession “of this of Lord of our souls” (verse 8), which is possession by Jesus’ soul. This possession is then “of having saved our souls,” where the name “Jesus” means “Yah Saves.” Realizing this said, Paul then separated that by a comma make, followed by the Greek word “kai,” which is a marker word denoting ‘importance to follow.’ That importance states the possessive “of having named to a calling to sacred,” which is sainthood in the “name” of Jesus (as a Christ – Anointed by Yahweh’s Spirit). When Paul then wrote this “calling” of divine “invitation” is “not according to these works of our souls,” this says the deeds done by a soul trapped in a body of flesh does “works” that are unholy and sacrilegious. Instead, the “calling” is a promise for eternal life made before a soul is placed into its newly born infant body, with that “remembrance” is forgotten once the body of flesh reaches puberty and begins urging the soul to allow sin after sin. That failure must be experienced, so the soul will then recall the proposal of marriage set forth by Yahweh (to all souls in need of salvation) to seek Him. This “predetermination,” “setting forth,” or “purpose” to seek Yahweh is importantly to receive the “favor” of Yahweh and be forgiven of one’s past sins, following sincere repentance and “works” of submission to Yahweh’s Law. This means each soul is predestined to accept the “offering” of divine marriage, so each submissive wife-soul can then be “Anointed” as a Christ of Yahweh and receive His Son “Jesus,” whose name means “Yah Saves.” This expectation is only known once experienced, when that experience will then release a soul’s “remembrance” of that promise for eternal life “earlier in time eternal.”

Verse 10: “having been made clear now the present on account of of this of manifestation of this of Savior of our souls , of Anointed [Christ] Yahweh’s Savior [Jesus] , of having rendered inoperative truly this death , of having made evident now life kai incorruptibility , on account of of this of God’s good news ,

The key point to grasp in the first segment of words in verse ten is “of this of manifestation of this of Savior of our souls,” which is clearly stating the divine possession (five Genitive case words strung together) of Jesus. The word translated as Having been made clear” can also translate as “having been made visible,” where an alternate to “visible” is “made to manifest.” The point is the clarity that comes from knowing (not simply believing) a “Savior” has “manifest in one’s soul.” The Greek word “epiphaneia” is another word that can translate as “manifest,” but is more accurately meaning “appearance.” Thus, the “appearance of this of Savior of our souls” means a “glorious display,” and an “epiphany” takes place, which is the halo of a saint, when a soul within its body of flesh becomes reborn in the name of Jesus and Jesus’ soul is resurrected within new flesh, in which he walks the earth in ministry anew. This can only take place when a host soul has been “Anointed” by Yahweh’s Spirit (in divine marriage) and then (immediately) a soul joined with the soul of Jesus – the Son of Yahweh – THE Yahweh elohim – who brings eternal salvation to that soul. With Jesus in place as one’s Lord (a presence clearly manifest and known) then “renders spiritual death” as “inoperative” or “annulled, brought to naught, made idle, separated from (the body’s death), and having no effect” on one’s soul (unlike reincarnation for sins not forgiven). That “made evident is the promise of eternal life,” because importantly the soul in its flesh is no longer capable of being corrupted by evil influences, due to the guardianship of Jesus as one’s Lord. As Jesus reborn, one then enters ministry assured that the “good news of God’s” Scripture is presented to those souls still lost, so they can find their way to “remembrance” and begin their steps towards self-sacrifice to Yahweh and His Spirit’s redemption of sins.

Verse 11: “into which I was set my soul a preacher , kai a messenger , kai an instructor .

With verse ten ending with Paul talking about spreading the “Gospel,” verse eleven then says this is not his brain calculating what to say, such that some generality is spoken, urging others to “believe in Jesus and be saved.” It is the “soul” of Jesus that possesses the “soul” of Paul, so two souls are “my soul,” and the “soul” of Jesus leads the “soul” of Paul to be a “preacher.” In that translation, the Greek word “kérux” means “a herald,” which implies “a preacher or proclaimer.” This infers one who gets the attention of others, so they will then listen further to the details of the “good news” “proclaimed.” This importantly is a saint in the name of Jesus passing on the “message” of Yahweh, through the Son, which is explaining the “message” of divine texts the Jews routinely read, but did not understand fully. This now includes the New Testament “message,” which is likewise misunderstood by Christians today (few actually read Scripture or memorize it, as did the Jews of Jesus and Paul days). This then has the “preacher” become importantly “an instructor,” where the Greek word “didaskalos” also implies “a teacher or a master.” That implication says a saint in the name of Jesus knows the meaning behind the words written in holy texts, so students can be led to see that truth with their own eyes, brains, and logic; so, each student learns the truth and can achieve faith from that.

Verse 12: “On Account Of that reason kai these I act upon in certain ways . on the other hand not I am ashamed ; I perceive indeed to whom I have faith in , kai I have confidence because able he exists this trust of my soul to guard towards that one there this day .

This verse begins with a capitalized “Di’” (“Dia”), which means “through, on account of, because of.” The proper intent of the word is said to be this: “is commonly used as a prefix and lend the same idea ("thoroughly," literally, "successfully" across to the other side).” (HELPS Word-studies) The capitalization then elevates this simple preposition to a higher level, where “Thoroughly” is a divine statement of Yahweh’s “Total possession” of one’s soul, which allows one to speak the truth so others can hear it. This then leads to Paul writing “that reason,” where “reason” is “a cause (as if asked for), i.e. (logical) reason (motive, matter), (legal) crime (alleged or proved) -- accusation, case, cause, crime, fault, (wh-)ere(-fore).” (Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance) This is then the ability to explain the Law, so those devoted to belief in Yahweh and Mosaic Law can understand right from wrong. This “reason” is not explained by the legal minds of the Temple of Jerusalem, just as it is not explained by Christian leaders today. The explanations of “cause” are importantly explaining why all souls in flesh have come to become seekers of truth, because they all have felt the pains and guilt of sins, according to their understanding of the Law. They have “acted in certain ways,” either to justify sins or to force themselves not to sin, when they want to … thereby seeking “reasons” why sins are forbidden.

In the second segment of words, the use of “not” makes this become a double-edged statement that says: I am not ashamed because I have acted in certain ways; and, I am ashamed if I have not ceased acting in certain ways. Everybody influences its soul to sin, seeking “reason” to justify one’s actions. To “not” find the truth makes one “not ashamed” of sins. However, to seek and find the truth of Scripture, then one is “not” led by the ways one once acted, because one is “ashamed” of what one has done.

Following a semi-colon mark that separates to a new statement, but one relative to this about finding one’s way, Paul wrote that “reason” comes from one’s persona “perception” that is divinely inspired by the soul of Jesus within one’s soul, who becomes one’s source of true “faith.” Importantly, this “faith” becomes the “confidence” that leads one into ministry in his name. One’s soul-body is “empowered” by this inner “faith” and “confidence,” knowing that one’s life is protected by Yahweh, through His Son. This becomes the eternal light of the truth shining, which is the metaphor of “day.”

Verse 13: “An Outline you possess of sound condition of words , of whom by the side of of my soul you listen , within to faith kai to love to this within to Anointed [Christ] to Yahweh’s Salvation [Jesus] .

This verse begins with the capitalized Greek word “Hypotypōsin,” which means “an outline, sketch, an example,” implying in usage “a pattern; a form, sample.” When this word is realized to be capitalized to a divine level of meaning, equating with Yahweh, this becomes a statement of the halo depicted in art that surrounds the head of saints. The word is a combination of “under” (hupo) and “typically” (tupos), where the whole leads one to see an “imitation” of an original. This is then a statement of the saint being an “Imitation” of Jesus, who walks in ministry in his name, doing the same feats of righteousness in another body of flesh. This condition is due to a soul being “you possessed,” thereby capable of speaking “words” that place “sound condition” onto misunderstood Scripture. It is then those words of truth that come from Jesus within – him “by the side of my soul” – to “whom you listen.”

In the last segment of words, the element of “faith” is repeated (from verse twelve), with an important addition to this being stated to be “to love to this within.” This says Jesus’ soul is the truth of Yahweh’s “love,” which is far beyond the comprehension of normal humans, where love is one of many changing emotions. This is Paul stating that the soul of Jesus is Yahweh’s “love” sent “within” one’s soul-body; so, that presence of “love” equates to Yahweh’s “Anointment” by His Spirit of cleansing, so one can become another “Imitation” of “Yahweh’s Salvation” in the flesh, in the name of “Jesus.”

Verse 14: “this as an outward sign of inner good committed to one’s trust you guard , on account of of Spirit of Sacred , of this of dwelling within our souls .

In this verse, the Greek word “kalos” (written “kalēn”) means “beautiful, good,” implying “beautiful, as an outward sign of the inward good, noble, honorable character; good, worthy, honorable, noble, and seen to be so.” Here, the aspect of “good” must be realized to only come from Yahweh’s presence. Thus, the intent of the word’s usage is “as an outward sign of inner good,” which relates back to the capitalized “Imitation” or “An Outline” that is a halo of Spirit. Paul then says that this “inward good” is so “beautiful” to behold that one’s soul is “committed to one’s trust to guard.” This presence is so strongly sought to hold onto (to be held onto) that the soul submits totally unto the Will of Yahweh, spoken through His Son’s possession of a wife soul-flesh. This is then due to the Baptism of Yahweh’s “Spirit,” which then makes one’s soul flesh free of all impurities (sins and transgressions), so one’s soul is made “Sacred.” This is then ensured by the presence of the “love” of Yahweh, who brings His “goodness” into one’s soul-flesh, eternally living with that soul that has been saved.

Recent Posts

See All


Rated 0 out of 5 stars.
No ratings yet

Add a rating
bottom of page