80+ Bible Verses about Deaconess

Deaconess duties are very important. They are responsible for assisting church officials, and they should look into the education of others. This list of bible verses will give you an idea of deaconess.

Here are Bible Verses about Deaconess

Romans 16:1– I recommend our sister Phoebe, a church deacon in Cenchreae, to you.

Philippians 1:1– To all God’s saints in Christ Jesus in Philippi, together with overseers and deacons, Paul and Timothy, slaves of Christ Jesus.

Timothy 3:8– Similarly, deacons are to be respected, truthful, not drink excessively, and not seek dishonest gain.

Timothy 3:9– They must have a pure conscience while holding on to the profound principles of the religion.

Timothy 3:10– They must be examined, and if no charges are brought against them, they can serve as deacons.

Timothy 3:11– Similarly, women are to be deserving of respect, not nasty talkers, but moderate and trustworthy in all aspects.

Timothy 3:12– A deacon should be committed to his spouse and exert authority over his kids and household.

Timothy 3:13– Those who have served well receive a high reputation and a strong sense of security in their trust in Christ Jesus.

Timothy 3:8– Similarly, deacons are to be respected, truthful, not drink excessively, and not seek dishonest gain.

Timothy 3:9– They must have a pure conscience while holding on to the profound principles of the religion.

Timothy 3:10– They should first be tested, and if nothing is found against them, they may serve as deacons.

Timothy 3:11– Similarly, women are to be deserving of respect, not nasty talkers, but moderate and trustworthy in all aspects.

Timothy 3:12– A deacon must be devoted to his wife and have good control over his children and family.

Romans 16:2– I want you to accept her in the Lord in a manner befitting of his people and to provide her with whatever assistance she may require, as she has been a blessing to many people, including myself. 

Titus 2:3– Similarly, educate the older women to be respectful in their living, to not be slanderers or alcoholics, but rather to teach what’s good.

Titus 2:5– To be self-controlling and pure, to be hardworking at the house, to be polite, and to subordinate to their spouses, so that no one defames God’s word.

Romans 16:12– Greet Tryphena and Tryphosa, the two ladies who work tirelessly for the Lord. Salute my dear friend Persis, a good-looking woman who now has worked hard for the Lord.

Timothy 2:12– I do not allow a woman to instruct or exercise control over a male; she must remain silent.

Timothy 5:3– Give fair respect to widows who truly need it.

Timothy 5:4– However, if a widower has children or grandchildren, they should first learn to follow their faith by providing for their own family and thereby compensating their grandparents and parents, as this is agreeable to God.

Timothy 5:5– The widower who is actually who is in need left alone lays her confidence in God and begins to beg and implore God for help at all hours of the day and night.

Timothy 5:6– The widower who exists for pleasures, on either hand, is already dead.

Timothy 5:7– Give these instructions to the people so that no one is held accountable.

Timothy 5:8– Anyone that doesn’t can provide their relatives, particularly their own home, has rejected their religion that is worse than an atheist.

Timothy 5:9– No widow may be added to the list of widows unless she is beyond the age of sixty, has been faithful to her spouse, and has been financially independent.

Timothy 5:10– She is well recognized for her excellent works like raising children, displaying hospitality, cleaning the feet of the Lord’s people, assisting those in need, and committing herself to other good deeds.

Timothy 5:11– Do not include younger widows on such a list. When their sensuous desires outweigh their dedication to Christ, they yearn to marry.

Timothy 5:12– As a result of breaking their first commitment, they bring judgment on themselves.

Timothy 5:13– Furthermore, they make a habit of becoming idle and moving from place to place. Not only do individuals become idlers, but they also become busybodies who speak gibberish and say things they shouldn’t.

Timothy 5:14– So I advise younger widows to marry, have children, manage their houses, and leave no room for defamation to the opponent.

Timothy 5:15– In fact, some have already refused entry to pursue Satan.

Timothy 5:16– If any believing woman has widows in her care, she should continue to assist them and not burden the church with them so that the church can assist those widows who truly need it.

Timothy 3:2– The supervisor must now be beyond reproach, devoted to his wife, temperate, self-controlled, reputable, hospitable, and capable of teaching.

Timothy 4:6– If you try and point out to your sisters and brothers, you will be a faithful minister of Lord Jesus, nourished by the facts of the faith and the good teaching you have received.

Colossians 1:23– If you remain steadfast in your faith and do not stray from the hope contained in the gospel. This is the message which you heard, and that’s been preached to every creature beneath heaven, and to which I, Paul, became a servant.

Colossians 1:25– I have now become its servant as a result of the mandate God gave me to reveal to you the whole counsel of God.

Mark 10:45– Even the Lord came not to be served, but to obey, and to lay down his life as a payment for many.

Corinthians 3:6– He has prepared us to be ambassadors of the moral law, not of the letter but the Spirit, for the letter murders, but the Spirit gave hope.

Corinthians 11:15– It is unsurprising, then, that his servants likewise disguise themselves as servants of virtue. Their fate will be determined by their deeds.

Ephesians 3:7– I had become a servant of the truth by the blessing of God’s grace and the work of his power.

Titus 2:3– Similarly, educate the older women to be respectful in their living, not to be backstabbers or alcoholics, but to educate what is good.

Titus 2:4– They can then encourage younger women to cherish their husbands and children.

Titus 2:3– Similarly, educate the older women to be respectful in their living, to never be slanderers or alcoholics, but to educate what is good.

Timothy 5:3– Give fair respect to widows who truly need it.

Timothy 5:4– However, if a widow has children or grandchildren, they should first learn to follow their faith by caring because of their own family and thereby repaying their parents and family, as this is agreeable to God.

Timothy 5:5– The widow who is actually in need and is left alone puts her confidence in God and continues to pray and implore God for help at all hours of the day and night.

Timothy 5:6– The widower who lives for pleasure, on the other hand, is dead even as she lives.

Timothy 5:7– Give these instructions to the people so that no one is held accountable.

Timothy 5:8– Anyone that doesn’t provide for their relatives, particularly their own home, has rejected their religion and is far worse than an unbeliever.

Timothy 5:9– No widow may be added to the roster of widows unless she is beyond the age of sixty has indeed been faithful to her spouse.

Timothy 5:10– She is well recognized for her excellent works like raising children, displaying hospitality, washing the feet of the Lord’s people, assisting those in need, and devoting herself to other good deeds.

Acts 6:2– So the Twelve gathered all the followers and just said, “That would not be right for us to neglect the profession of God’s word to wait tables.”

Romans 4:2-3– If Abraham was redeemed by deeds, he had someone to be proud of—but not before God. What does the Bible say? “Abraham trusted God, and it has been counted as righteousness to him.”

Romans 4:1– So, what may we say about what Abraham, our fleshly forefather, found in this matter?

Acts 6:1– As the number of supporters grew, the Hellenic Jews among them complained to the Biblical Jews that their orphans were being overlooked in the daily food distribution.

Acts 6:2– So the Twelve gathered all the followers and then said, “That would not be right for us to neglect the profession of God’s word to wait tables.”

Acts 6:3– Pick seven men among you who are known to be filled with the Holy Spirit and knowledge. This responsibility will be passed on to them.

Acts 6:4– And shall devote ourselves to prayer and word outreach.

Acts 6:6– They handed these guys over to the apostles, who worshipped over them and put their hands on them.

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