|Chapter 3||Paul's Letter to Laodicea|
44. The love of God and the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all the time and for eternity.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
50. My Greetings written by my own hand: Think of my love. The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you.
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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