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It's a bible reference. 2nd book of Timothy, chapter 1, verse 1-14.If you're asking what the meaning of this passage is, please address this to the appropriate category.
No there is no passage.
There is no passage to go from. It is difficult to make a conclusion without the passage being present.
What is "a long passage of water" called
Having the words "pass" and "age" in it, passage is a compound word.
What was my purpose for reading this passage?(apex)
Why did i read this passage.
Apex/ what is one illusion or point that really caught my attention?
Based on the information in this reading passage, what did Pip think of the man's last statement?It was rude A+
Expository passage introduces or explains a subject, gives groundwork information that is necessary for understanding ideas, or analyzes information objectively.
The main idea is what is being discussed in all of the sentences: the thing, or concept, or action about which the passage is written.
I cannot answer this. You will have to tell me about what passage you are talking about.
He was abusive to animals.