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2 TIMOTEO 2 Quiché, Centro Occidental (QUT)

Chabanaˈ jas ri cuban jun utzalaj soldado rech ri Jesucristo

Ri at cˈut, Timoteo, at jeˈ ta ne nu cˈojol. Rumal waˈ quinbij chawe: Chacojo ri chukˈab ri yoˈm chawe rumal ru tokˈob ri Dios ri xarik rucˈ ri Cristo Jesús. Ri tijonic ri a tom aretak quintzijon chquiwäch qˈuialaj winak, chaya waˈ pa qui kˈab achijab cojonelab ri jicom canimaˈ, ri quecowin che qui tijoxic niqˈuiaj chic.

Timoteo, chachˈija awe ri cˈäxcˈol junam wucˈ in jas ri rajwaxic cuban jun utzalaj soldado rech ri Jesucristo. Man cˈo tä jun utzalaj soldado cunim rib chubanic jas ri cäcaˈn ri niqˈuiaj winak chic ri man e soldados taj we kas tzij craj cuban ru rayinic ri qui nimal soldados ri cätakan puwiˈ. Je riˈ xukujeˈ ri jun ajdeporte. Man cuchˈac tä riˈ ri premio we man cubano jas ri cätakan wi ri cˈamal be rech ri deporte. Xukujeˈ ri jun ajchac pa juyub ri sibalaj cutij u kˈij che ru chac, che ri areˈ yaˈtal wi chi cuyac nimalaj cosecha chquiwäch conojel ri niqˈuiaj chic. Chatchoman baˈ chrij ri tajin quinbij chawe. Are cˈu ri Kajaw Jesucristo cuya na utzalaj a chomanic chuchˈobic ronojel.

Amakˈel chnaˈtaj ri Jesucristo chawe. (Ri nim takanel David are u mam ri Areˈ ojer.) Ri Jesucristo xcˈastaj chquixol ri cäminakib. Are waˈ ri Utzalaj Tzij re ri Evangelio ri quintzijoj in. Rumal ru tzijoxic ri Evangelio nu rikom cˈäx. In ximom rucˈ ximibal re chˈichˈ. Jeˈ qui banom chwe jas jun banal etzelal. Pune in ximom in, in tzˈaptalic, are ru Lokˈ Pixab ri Dios man tzˈaptal taj, quel u tzijol pa ronojel tinimit. 10 Rumal cˈu waˈ quinchˈij ronojel u wäch cˈäx xa rumal quech ri e chaˈtal rumal ri Dios, rech xukujeˈ ri e areˈ cäquirik ru tobanic ri Dios, ri cäquiriko we xa e jun rucˈ ri Cristo Jesús. Cäquirik cˈu na ri jeˈlalaj juluwem rachiˈl ri cˈaslemal ri man cˈo tä u qˈuisic.

11 Kas tzij we tzij riˈ ri quebixoxic:
    We ri uj jeˈ ta ne uj cäminak junam
rucˈ ri Cristo, man uj cˈo tä cˈu
pa ri ojer ka cˈaslemal, cäkarik na
ri utzalaj ka cˈaslemal rucˈ ri Areˈ.
12     We cäkachˈij ri cˈäx ri petinak chkij,
cujtakan na rucˈ ri Areˈ.
We cäkabij chi ri uj, man uj cojoninak
tä che ri Cristo, xukujeˈ cubij na ri Areˈ
chi kas tzij man uj cojoninak tä che.
13     Pune ta ne man jicom ri kanimaˈ, are
kas tzij chi jicom ri ranimaˈ ri Jesús,
rumal chi ri Areˈ man cuyaˈ taj
chi mat cubij rib chi kas tzij
Are ri Dios.

Chabanaˈ chi utz ra chac cho ri Dios

14 Timoteo, cˈo ri rajwaxic canaˈtaj chque ri kachalal cojonelab. Cheapixbaj cho ri Dios chi mechˈojin chquij tak tzij, chquij tak tijonic, chquij ri qui chomanic ri winak rumal chi we chˈoj riˈ man cˈo tä cächˈac che, xane xa quetzak ri kachalal rumal. 15 Chacojo a chukˈab rech utz quel ra chac cho ri Dios. Chabana jun utzalaj ajchac chutzijoxic ri Utzalaj Tzij re ri Evangelio, ri man cˈo tä jas catqˈuix wi rumal chi jicom caban chucˈutic ri kas tzij chrij ru Lokˈ Pixab ri Dios. 16 Mabij awe ri qˈuialaj tak tzij ri man cˈo tä qui patän, ri man e rech tä ri Dios. Chabij chque ri cojonelab chi mäquibij que waˈ rumal chi we jeˈ cäcaˈno, man queniman tä chi che ru Lokˈ Pixab ri Dios, xane quetzak na. 17 We quequicoj ri tzij ri man e utz taj che qui tijoxic niqˈuiaj chic, man utz tä cˈu riˈ. Xa queqˈuiyar waˈ chquixol ri cojonelab jeˈ jas jun cˈäxalaj yabil ri sibalaj cusipaj rib, jas ri cuban ri itzel tak chˈaˈc ri man queutzir taj. Jujun chque ri winak ri tajin cäquicˈut ri itzel tak tzij riˈ, e areˈ ri Himeneo rachiˈl ri Fileto. 18 We tataˈib riˈ, e tzakinak, qui yoˈm can ri kas tzij rech ru Lokˈ Pixab ri Dios, cäquibij chi ya xcˈulmataj ri qui cˈastajibal ri cäminakib. Rumal cˈu waˈ jujun chque ri cojonelab tajin cuban quieb qui cˈux, jun chi wi ri qui chomanic. 19 Pune cˈu cäcˈulmataj waˈ, ri Dios u banom chi ri cojonelab e jeˈ ta ne jun tacˈalibal o jun cimiento ri sibalaj co cˈolic, ri man cˈo tä jun ri cäcowinic cuslabisaj. Ketam chi ru banom ri Dios are kas tzij, rumal waˈ u cojom we tˈikbal riˈ chrij ri cimiento. Are waˈ we tzij riˈ: “Ri Kajaw Dios cuchˈob qui wäch ri winak ri e rech ri Areˈ,” ―cächa riˈ. Cˈo jun chic ri cubij: “Ronojel winak ri cubij chi cojoninak che ri Kajaw Dios, chuya can u banic ri etzelal,” ―cächaˈ.

20 Pa jun nimalaj ja e cˈo qˈuia jastak ri cˈo qui patän che ri ajchakˈel ja. E cˈo jastak ri e banom re kˈän puak xukujeˈ ri e banom re sak puak. E cˈo cˈu niqˈuiaj chic ri e banom xa rucˈ cheˈ, xukujeˈ ri e banom xa rucˈ ulew. Ri jastak ri nimak na qui kˈij e tasom waˈ rumal ri ajchakˈel ja rech quecoj xak xuwi pa tak nimakˈij. Are cˈu ri niqˈuiaj chic ri man nimak tä más qui kˈij, e are waˈ ri quecoj ronojel kˈij. 21 We cˈo jun winak craj chi nim quil wi rumal ri Dios rech cˈo u patän chque conojel ri utzalaj tak chac ri cuban ri ka Tat, ri winak riˈ rajwaxic chi chˈajchˈoj ri ranimaˈ, man cuban tä ri etzelal. Je riˈ cˈo u patän chubanic apachique u wäch utzil.

22 Ri at, Timoteo, chaya baˈ can ri man utz taj ri cäcaj cäcaˈn ri alabom, ri alitomab ri mäjaˈ cäcˈoji qui chomanic. Ri at cˈut, chatakej u banic ri utz pa ra cˈaslemal cho ri Dios. Chatcojon che ri Dios, cheawaj ri winak, chabana ri utzil cucˈ conojel. Matchˈojin cucˈ rech cuxlan rawanimaˈ. Chabana waˈ junam cucˈ conojel ri cojonelab ri tajin cäquitaˈ tokˈob che ri Kajaw Jesús, chˈajchˈoj cˈu ri canimaˈ. 23 Maya cˈolibal chque tak ri tzij, ri chomanic ri man cˈo tä qui patän, cucˈ winak ri man coc tä tzij pa qui jolom. Awetam cˈut chi ru banic waˈ cuwalijisaj chˈoj. 24 Ri patänil re ri Kajaw Jesús, man yaˈtal tä che chi cächˈojinic, xane rajwaxic cächˈawic, cuban utzil chque conojel ri winak. Xukujeˈ rajwaxic cänaˈw che qui tijoxic, cuchajij paciencia cucˈ. 25 Rajwaxic chi ri areˈ man cunimarisaj tä rib aretak cusucˈubaˈ ri qui chomanic ri xa quecˈulelanic. Craj ne ri Dios cuya pa canimaˈ chi cäquichˈob ri kas tzij, cäquiqˈuex cˈu na ri qui chomanic. 26 We je riˈ cäcaˈno, quebul na pa sak, cäquichˈob na. Quebel na chupam ri chapäbal ru cojom ri Itzel chque. Are waˈ ri diablo ri e u chapom, u banom cˈu chque chi are cäcaˈn ronojel jas ri craj ri areˈ.

2 Timothy 2 New International Version (NIV)

The Appeal Renewed

You then, my son, be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus. And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable people who will also be qualified to teach others. Join with me in suffering, like a good soldier of Christ Jesus. No one serving as a soldier gets entangled in civilian affairs, but rather tries to please his commanding officer. Similarly, anyone who competes as an athlete does not receive the victor’s crown except by competing according to the rules. The hardworking farmer should be the first to receive a share of the crops. Reflect on what I am saying, for the Lord will give you insight into all this.

Remember Jesus Christ, raised from the dead, descended from David. This is my gospel, for which I am suffering even to the point of being chained like a criminal. But God’s word is not chained. 10 Therefore I endure everything for the sake of the elect, that they too may obtain the salvation that is in Christ Jesus, with eternal glory.

11 Here is a trustworthy saying:

If we died with him,
    we will also live with him;
12 if we endure,
    we will also reign with him.
If we disown him,
    he will also disown us;
13 if we are faithless,
    he remains faithful,
    for he cannot disown himself.

Dealing With False Teachers

14 Keep reminding God’s people of these things. Warn them before God against quarreling about words; it is of no value, and only ruins those who listen. 15 Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth. 16 Avoid godless chatter, because those who indulge in it will become more and more ungodly. 17 Their teaching will spread like gangrene. Among them are Hymenaeus and Philetus, 18 who have departed from the truth. They say that the resurrection has already taken place, and they destroy the faith of some. 19 Nevertheless, God’s solid foundation stands firm, sealed with this inscription: “The Lord knows those who are his,” and, “Everyone who confesses the name of the Lord must turn away from wickedness.”

20 In a large house there are articles not only of gold and silver, but also of wood and clay; some are for special purposes and some for common use. 21 Those who cleanse themselves from the latter will be instruments for special purposes, made holy, useful to the Master and prepared to do any good work.

22 Flee the evil desires of youth and pursue righteousness, faith, love and peace, along with those who call on the Lord out of a pure heart. 23 Don’t have anything to do with foolish and stupid arguments, because you know they produce quarrels. 24 And the Lord’s servant must not be quarrelsome but must be kind to everyone, able to teach, not resentful. 25 Opponents must be gently instructed, in the hope that God will grant them repentance leading them to a knowledge of the truth, 26 and that they will come to their senses and escape from the trap of the devil, who has taken them captive to do his will.

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