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Young's Literal Translation 1862



16:1And concerning the collection that `is' for the saints, as I directed to the assemblies of Galatia, so also ye -- do ye;
16:2on every first `day' of the week, let each one of you lay by him, treasuring up whatever he may have prospered, that when I may come then collections may not be made;
16:3and whenever I may come, whomsoever ye may approve, through letters, these I will send to carry your favour to Jerusalem;
16:4and if it be meet for me also to go, with me they shall go.
16:5And I will come unto you, when I pass through Macedonia -- for Macedonia I do pass through --
16:6and with you, it may be, I will abide, or even winter, that ye may send me forward whithersoever I go,
16:7for I do not wish to see you now in the passing, but I hope to remain a certain time with you, if the Lord may permit;
16:8and I will remain in Ephesus till the Pentecost,
16:9for a door to me hath been opened -- great and effectual -- and withstanders `are' many.
16:10And if Timotheus may come, see that he may become without fear with you, for the work of the Lord he doth work, even as I,
16:11no one, then, may despise him; and send ye him forward in peace, that he may come to me, for I expect him with the brethren;
16:12and concerning Apollos our brother, much I did entreat him that he may come unto you with the brethren, and it was not at all `his' will that he may come now, and he will come when he may find convenient.
16:13Watch ye, stand in the faith; be men, be strong;
16:14let all your things be done in love.
16:15And I entreat you, brethren, ye have known the household of Stephanas, that it is the first-fruit of Achaia, and to the ministration to the saints they did set themselves --
16:16that ye also be subject to such, and to every one who is working with `us' and labouring;
16:17and I rejoice over the presence of Stephanas, and Fortunatus, and Achaicus, because the lack of you did these fill up;
16:18for they did refresh my spirit and yours; acknowledge ye, therefore, those who `are' such.
16:19Salute you do the assemblies of Asia; salute you much in the Lord do Aquilas and Priscilla, with the assembly in their house;
16:20salute you do all the brethren; salute ye one another in an holy kiss.
16:21The salutation of `me' Paul with my hand;
16:22if any one doth not love the Lord Jesus Christ -- let him be anathema! The Lord hath come!
16:23The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ `is' with you;
16:24my love `is' with you all in Christ Jesus. Amen.
Young's Literal Translation 1862

Young's Literal Translation 1862

Young's Literal Translation is a translation of the Bible into English, published in 1862. The translation was made by Robert Young, compiler of Young's Analytical Concordance to the Bible and Concise Critical Comments on the New Testament. Young used the Textus Receptus and the Majority Text as the basis for his translation. He wrote in the preface to the first edition, "It has been no part of the Translator's plan to attempt to form a New Hebrew or Greek Text--he has therefore somewhat rigidly adhered to the received ones."