1 Masters, make sure that your slaves are given what is upright and fair, knowing that you too have a Master in heaven.
Eph 6:8-20 Eccl 5:8 Lev 25:39-43 Luke 16:1-13 Matt 24:48-51 Deut 15:12-15 Deut 24:14-15
2 Be persevering in your prayers and be thankful as you stay awake to pray.
1Thess 5:17-18 Eph 6:18 Luke 18:1 Phil 4:6 Mark 13:33 Rom 12:12 Col 1:9
3 Pray for us especially, asking God to throw open a door for us to announce the message and proclaim the mystery of Christ, for the sake of which I am in chains;
Eph 6:19-20 Acts 14:27 Phil 1:7 Phil 1:13-14 Rev 3:7-8 1Cor 4:1 2Cor 2:12
4 pray that I may proclaim it as clearly as I ought.
2Cor 4:1-4 Eph 6:20 2Cor 3:12 1Cor 2:4-5 2Cor 2:14-17 Acts 4:29 Acts 5:29
5 Act wisely with outsiders, making the best of the present time.
Eph 5:15-17 1Thess 4:12 Jas 3:13 Rom 16:19 1Cor 5:12-13 1Tim 3:7 1Cor 14:19-25
6 Always talk pleasantly and with a flavour of wit but be sensitive to the kind of answer each one requires.
Eph 4:29 1Pet 3:15 Eccl 10:12 Mark 9:50 Col 3:16 Matt 5:13 Ps 119:46
7 Tychicus will tell you all the news about me. He is a very dear brother, and a trustworthy helper and companion in the service of the Lord.
2Tim 4:12 Acts 20:4 Eph 6:21-23 Col 4:9 Titus 3:12 1Cor 4:1-4 Col 4:12
8 I am sending him to you precisely for this purpose: to give you news about us and to encourage you thoroughly.
Eph 6:22 Col 2:2 1Cor 4:17 1Thess 2:11 1Thess 3:2 1Thess 3:5 1Thess 4:18
9 With him I am sending Onesimus, that dear and trustworthy brother who is a fellow-citizen of yours. They will tell you everything that is happening here.
Phlm 1:10-19 Col 4:7
10 Aristarchus, who is here in prison with me, sends his greetings, and so does Mark, the cousin of Barnabas -- you were sent some instructions about him; if he comes to you, give him a warm welcome-
Acts 19:29 2Tim 4:11 Acts 12:12 Acts 20:4 Acts 27:2 Phlm 1:24 Acts 15:37-39
11 and Jesus Justus adds his greetings. Of all those who have come over from the circumcision, these are the only ones actually working with me for the kingdom of God. They have been a great comfort to me.
Acts 11:2 1Cor 3:5-9 1Thess 3:2 1Thess 3:7 2Cor 6:1 2Cor 7:6-7 Acts 10:45
12 Epaphras, your fellow-citizen, sends his greetings; this servant of Christ Jesus never stops battling for you, praying that you will never lapse but always hold perfectly and securely to the will of God.
Rom 15:30 Col 1:7 Phlm 1:23 John 12:26 1Cor 2:6 1Cor 14:20 2Cor 13:11
13 I can testify for him that he works hard for you, as well as for those at Laodicea and Hierapolis.
Col 2:1 2Cor 8:3 Col 4:15-16 Rev 1:11 Rev 3:14-18 Rom 10:2
14 Greetings from my dear friend Luke, the doctor, and also from Demas.
Phlm 1:24 2Tim 4:10-11
15 Please give my greetings to the brothers at Laodicea and to Nympha and the church which meets in her house.
Rom 16:5 1Cor 16:9 Phlm 1:2
16 After this letter has been read among you, send it on to be read in the church of the Laodiceans; and get the letter from Laodicea for you to read yourselves.
1Thess 5:27 2Thess 3:14
17 Give Archippus this message, 'Remember the service that the Lord assigned to you, and try to carry it out.'
Phlm 1:2 1Cor 4:1-2 1Tim 4:6 1Tim 4:14 1Tim 4:16 1Tim 6:11-14 1Tim 6:20
18 This greeting is in my own hand-PAUL. Remember the chains I wear. Grace be with you.
Heb 13:3 1Cor 16:21 1Tim 6:21 2Tim 4:22 Heb 13:25 2Tim 1:8 Titus 3:15