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7:1Having, then, these promises, beloved, may we cleanse ourselves from every pollution of flesh and spirit, perfecting sanctification in the fear of God;
7:2receive us; no one did we wrong; no one did we waste; no one did we defraud;
7:3not to condemn you do I say it, for I have said before that in our hearts you are to die with and to live with;
7:4great is my freedom of speech unto you, great my glory on your behalf; I have been filled with the comfort, I overabound with the joy on all our tribulation,
7:5for also we, having come to Macedonia, no relaxation has our flesh had, but on every side we are in tribulation, without are fightings, within -- fears;
7:6but He who is comforting the cast-down -- God -- He did comfort us in the presence of Titus;
7:7and not only in his presence, but also in the comfort with which he was comforted over you, declaring to us your longing desire, your lamentation, your zeal for me, so that the more I did rejoice,
7:8because even if I made you sorry in the letter, I do not repent -- if even I did repent -- for I perceive that the letter, even if for an hour, did make you sorry.
7:9I now do rejoice, not that you were made sorry, but that you were made sorry to reformation, for you were made sorry toward God, that in nothing you might receive damage from us;
7:10for the sorrow toward God reformation to salvation not to be repented of does work, and the sorrow of the world does work death,
7:11for, lo, this same thing -- your being made sorry toward God -- how much diligence it does work in you! but defence, but displeasure, but fear, but longing desire, but zeal, but revenge; in every thing you did approve yourselves to be pure in the matter.
7:12If, then, I also wrote to you -- not for his cause who did wrong, nor for his cause who did suffer wrong, but for our diligence in your behalf being manifested unto you before God --
7:13because of this we have been comforted in your comfort, and more abundantly the more did we rejoice in the joy of Titus, that his spirit has been refreshed from you all;
7:14because if anything to him in your behalf I have boasted, I was not put to shame; but as all things in truth we did speak to you, so also our boasting before Titus became truth,
7:15and his tender affection is more abundantly toward you, remembering the obedience of you all, how with fear and trembling you did receive him;
7:16I rejoice, therefore, that in everything I have courage in you.
Revised Young's Literal Translation

Revised Young's Literal Translation

The Revised Young's Literal Translation (RYLT) is a project by students at the Auburn University of Alabama. The RYLT is a modern English update of Young's Literal Translation (YLT). RYLT is an attempt to update the YLT's language to make it easier to understand. Although the RYLT is labelled as a work in progress and is public domain. As of October 2000, only the NT is available.