2 Corinthians 131 Third time this I come to you; in mouth of two witnesses and of three shall be established every word., 2 I have said before and I tell beforehand, (as being present,) the second time, (and being absent now,) to those having previously sinned and to the others to all, that if I should come to the again, not I will spare. 3 Since a proof you seek of the in me speaking Anointed, (who towards you not is weak, but is powerful in you; 4 even for if he was crucified from weakness, yet he lives from power of God; also for we are weak with him, but we shall live with him from power of God towards you;) 5 yourselves try you, if you are in the faith; yourselves prove you. Or not do you know yourselves, that Jesus Anointed in you is? if not without proof you are. 6 I hope but that you will know, that we not are without proof. 7 I wish but to the God, not to do you evil nothing; not that we approved ones may appear, but that you the good may do, we but as without proof may be. 8 Not fort we have power any against the truth, but on behalf of the truth. 9 We rejoice for, when we may be weak, you but strong ones may be; this but even we wish, the of you restoration. 10 On account of this these things being absent I write, so that being present not severity I may use, according to the authority, which gave to me the Lord for building up, and not for pulling down. 11 Lastly, brethren, rejoice you, be you restored, be you comforted, the same think you, be you at peace; and the God of the love and peace shall be with you. 12 Salute you each other with a holy kiss; 2 Corinthians 13:13 salute you the saints all. 14 The favor of the Lord Jesus Anointed, and the love of the God, and the joint participation of the holy spirit with all of you.
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