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2 John
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The second pistel off S. Ihon

The senior{elder} to the elect lady and her children which I love in the truth: And not I only, but also all that have known the truth,
for the truth's sake, which remaineth{dwelleth} in us, and shall be in us for ever.
With you be grace, mercy, and peace from God the father, and from the Lord Jesus Christ the son of the father, in truth and love.
I rejoiced greatly, that I found of thy children walking in trough,{trouth}|trueth| as we have received a commandment of the father.
And now beseech|beseek| I thee lady, not as though I wrote a new commandment unto thee, but that same, which we had from the beginning, that we should love one another.
And this is the love, that we should walk after his commandments. This commandment is (that as ye have heard from the beginning) ye should walk in it.|walk therein|
For many deceivers are entered into|are come in to| the world, which confess not that Jesus Christ is como{(as coming, or returning)} in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antichrist.
Look on yourselves, that we loose not that we have wrought: but that we may have|receive| a full reward.
Whosoever transgresseth and bideth not|abideth not| in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God. He that endureth|abideth| in the doctrine of Christ, hath both the father, and the son.
If there come any unto you and bring not this learning,|doctrine| him receive not to house: neither bid him God speed.|nether salute him|
For he that biddeth him God speed,|saluteth him| is partaker of his evil deeds. (Behold, I have told you before, that ye should not be ashamed in the day of the Lorde.)
I had many things to write unto you, nevertheless I would not write with paper and ink: but I trust to come unto you, and speak with you mouth to mouth,{mought to mouth} that our joy may be full.
The sons|children| of thy elect sister greet|salute| thee Amen.

Here ends the second epistle off saint Ihon.

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