|1 Timothy chapter 1|
||Timothy is put in mind of the charge which was given unto him by Paul at his going to Macedonia.
||Of the right use and end of the law.
||Of Saint Paul's calling to be an apostle;
||and Hymenaeus and Alexander.
|1 Timothy chapter 2|
||That it is meet to pray and give thanks for all men, and the reason why.
||How women should be attired.
||They are not permitted to teach.
||They shall be saved, notwithstanding the testimonies of God's wrath, in childbirth, if they continue in faith.
|1 Timothy chapter 3|
||How bishops and deacons, and their wives should be qualified;
||and to what end Saint Paul wrote to Timothy of these things.
||Of the church, and the blessed truth therein taught and professed.
|1 Timothy chapter 4|
||He foretells that in the latter times there shall be a departure from the faith.
||And to the end that Timothy might not fail in doing his duty, he furnishes him with divers precepts, belonging thereto.
|1 Timothy chapter 5|
||Rules to be observed in reproving.
||A precept for Timothy's health.
||Some men's sins go before unto judgment, and some men's follow after.
|1 Timothy chapter 6|
||Of the duty of servants.
||Not to have fellowship with newfangled teachers.
||Godliness is great gain;
||and love of money the root of all evil.
||What Timothy is to fly, and what to follow.
||and whereof to admonish the rich.
||To keep the purity of true doctrine, and to avoid profane janglings.