Robertson's Word Pictures (NT)
That thou keep (thrhsai se). First aorist active infinitive of threw, with accusative of general reference (se) in indirect command after paraggellw.
Without spot (aspilon). Late adjective (a privative, spilov, spot, Ephesians 5:27). In inscription and papyri.
Without reproach (anepilhmpton). See I Timothy 3:2; I Timothy 5:7.
Until the appearing (mexri thv epifaneiav). "Until the epiphany" (the second epiphany or coming of Christ). Late word in inscriptions for important event like the epiphany of Caligula, in the papyri as a medical term. In 2:18 we have both epifaneia and parousia. See Titus 2:13; II Timothy 1:10; II Timothy 4:1, II Timothy 4:8.
Other Robertson's Word Pictures (NT) entries containing 1 Timothy 6:14:
1 Timothy 3:2
2 Timothy 4:1
2 Peter 1:16
2 Peter 2:21
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