|Paul's Letter to Laodicea|
[3.44] The love of God and the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all the time and for eternity.
[3.45] But how things will be with me in Rome, our faithful brother Tychicus will let you know, which I now will send to you and as well to the Colossians, who also have become just like you, captivated by Satan.
[3.46] Greetings to all my dear brothers and Nymphas and to the faithful congregation of his house of which I attest to that he is righteous, as I at all times pray to God for your sake.
[3.47] Extend also my greetings to the Colossians when you visit them, because there are some among them that you know; those who are at all times just, and faithful in the belief and in the love of God.
[3.48] After the Colossians have read their letter, then you should read it as well and I am asking you for God's sake, that you should let the Colossians read this, your letter, as well.
[3.49] Because this letter is as important to them, as it is to you. After all of this has been said, I admonish you in writing – as Tychicus will inform you of everything verbally – that this letter should be read in all congregations, just as the one addressed to the Colossians.
[3.50] My Greetings written by my own hand: Think of my love. The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you.
[3.51] Written from Rome by Tychicus and his companion Onesimus, both have been sent to you and also to the Colossians.
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