Jesus,
The Secret Of religion

Jesus, The Secret Of Religion

And without argument, great is the secret of religion: He who was seen in the flesh, who was given God’s approval in the spirit, was seen by the angels, of whom the good news was given among the nations, in whom the world had faith, who was taken up in glory.
1 Timothy 3:16 BBE

Outward behavior MAY tell us something of the heart. 1)1Ti 3:2 The Bishop, then, is to be a man of good name, the husband of one wife, self-controlled, serious-minded, having respect for order, opening his house freely to guests, a ready teacher 2)1Ti 3:5 For if a man has not the art of ruling his house, how will he take care of the church of God? 3)1Ti 3:8 Deacons, in the same way, are to be serious in their behaviour, not false in word, not given to taking much wine or greatly desiring the wealth of this world
But The Mystery of Religion is Jesus. 4)1Ti 3:16 And without argument, great is the secret of religion: He who was seen in the flesh, who was given God’s approval in the spirit, was seen by the angels, of whom the good news was given among the nations, in whom the world had faith, who was taken up in glory.
Some (men) disapprove(d) of him and his behavior.
And to him with who we have to do, behavior is only true if it is from the heart, where no man can see or judge.
Outward appearances can be misleading, but God can see into hearts, and judges accordingly.

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1.1Ti 3:2 The Bishop, then, is to be a man of good name, the husband of one wife, self-controlled, serious-minded, having respect for order, opening his house freely to guests, a ready teacher
2.1Ti 3:5 For if a man has not the art of ruling his house, how will he take care of the church of God?
3.1Ti 3:8 Deacons, in the same way, are to be serious in their behaviour, not false in word, not given to taking much wine or greatly desiring the wealth of this world
4.1Ti 3:16 And without argument, great is the secret of religion: He who was seen in the flesh, who was given God’s approval in the spirit, was seen by the angels, of whom the good news was given among the nations, in whom the world had faith, who was taken up in glory.