2 Corinthians 1Wherefore, brethren of me beloved, steadfast be you, unmovable, abounding in the work of the Lord at all times, knowing, that the labor of you not is vain in Lord.1 Paul, an apostle of Jesus Anointed through will of God, and Timothy the brother, to the congregation of the God to that being in Corinth, with the saints to all those being in whole the Achaia; 2 favor to you and peace from God a Father of you, and Lord Jesus Anointed. 3 Worthy of praise the God and Father of the Lord of us Jesus Anointed, the Father of the mercies, and God of all comfort, 4 the one comforting us in all the affliction of us, in order that to be able us to comfort those in every affliction, by means of the comfort, of which we are comforted ourselves by the God; 5 because as abounds the sufferings of the Anointed in us, so by means of the Anointed abounds also the comfort of us. 6 Whether but we are afflicted, on behalf of the of you comfort, and salvation; whether we are comforted, on behalf of the of you comfort, of that operating patient endurance of the same sufferings, which also we suffer; (and the hope of us stedfast on behalf of you;) 7 knowing, that as partakers you are of the sufferings, so also of the comfort. 8 Not for we wish to be ignorant, brethren, concerning the affliction of us of that happening to us in the Asia, that according to excess we were pressed above strength, so that to be in despair us even of the life; 9 but ourselves in ourselves the sentence of the death we have, so that not having trusted we should in ourselves, but in the God that one raising up the dead ones; 10 who from so great a death rescued us, and does rescue; in whom we have hoped, that even still he will rescue, 11 cooperating also you on behalf of us in the prayer, that from many faces the for us gift through many might be given thanks on behalf of us. 12 The for boasting of us this is, the testimony of the conscience of us, that in simplicity and sincerity of God, (not in wisdom fleshly, but in favor of God) we conducted in the world, more abundantly but to you. 13 Not for other things we write to you, but what you read, or what you acknowledge; I hope and, that even till end you will acknowledge, 14 as also you acknowledged us from parts; because a boasting of you we are, even as also you of us, in the day of the Lord Jesus. 15 And in this the confidence I wished to you to come before, so that a second favor you may have; 16 and through you to pass through into Macedonia, and again from Macedonia to come to you, and by you to be sent forward into the Juda. 17 This therefore wishing, not certainly in the lightness did I use? or the things I purpose, according to flesh do I purpose, that may be with me the yes yes, and the no no? 18 Faithful but the God, that the word of us that to you not was yes and no. 19 The for of the God son Jesus Anointed, that among you by means of us having been preached, (by means of me and Silvanus and Timothy,) not became yes and no, but yes in him has become, 20 (as many for promises of God, in him the yes, and in him the so be it,) to the God for glory on account of us. 21 The but one establishing us with you for Anointed, and having anointed us, God; 22 he and having sealed us, and having given the pledge of the spirit in the hearts of us. 23 I but a witness the God call upon to the my soul, that sparing you not yet I came to Corinth; 24 not because we lord it over you of the faith, but fellow-workers we are of the joy of you; in the for faith you have stood.
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