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2 Corinthians 8:17
For indeed he accepted the exhortation, but being even more zealous, of his own accord he went unto you.
For he accepted indeed our exhortation; but being himself very earnest, he went forth unto you of his own accord.
For Titus not only accepted our appeal, but was so very interested in you that he has gone to visit you of his own accord.
For he not only welcomed and responded to our appeal, but was himself so keen in his enthusiasm and interest in you that he is going to you of his own accord.
For indeed he accepted the exhortation; but being more forward, of his own accord he went unto you.
Not only has he accepted our challenge but he’s on his way to see you voluntarily, and he’s excited.
for he not only responded to our urging, but, being so devoted, he is coming to you on his own initiative.
When we begged Titus to visit you, he said he would. He wanted to because he cared so much for you.
For he received indeed the entreaty, but, being full of zeal, he went of his own accord to you;
Because he welcomed the urging— but being more earnest, went-out to you of-his-own-accord!
For indeed he accepted the exhortation; but being more careful, of his own will he went unto you.
Titus agreed to do what we asked. In fact, he himself wanted very much to come see you.
For he not only accepted our appeal, but being himself very earnest he is going to you of his own accord.
For he not only accepted our appeal, but being himself very earnest he is going to you of his own accord.
[L For] Titus accepted what we asked him to do. He ·wanted very much [was eager] to go to you, and this was ·his own idea [of his own accord].
Because he accepted the exhortation, yea, he was so careful that of his own accord he went unto you.
He accepted my request and eagerly went to visit you by his own free will.
Not only did he welcome our request; he was so eager to help that of his own free will he decided to go to you.
For he accepted our urging and, being very diligent, went out to you by his own choice.
Titus accepted what we asked him to do. He wanted very much to go to you. This was his own idea.
He welcomed my request and eagerly went to visit you by his own free will.
Thank God Titus feels the same deep concern for you as we do! He accepts the suggestion outlined above, and in his enthusiasm comes to you personally at his own request. We are sending with him that brother whose services to the Gospel are universally praised in the churches. He has been unanimously chosen to travel with us in this work of administering the gifts of others. It is a task that brings glory to God and demonstrates also the willingness of us Christians to help each other. Naturally we want to avoid the slightest breath of criticism in the distribution of their gifts, and to be absolutely above-board not only in the sight of God but in the eyes of men.
For indeed he accepted the exhortation, but being more diligent, of his own accord he went unto you.
For indeed he accepted the exhortation; but being more forward, of his own accord he went unto you.
For indeed he accepted the exhortation; but being more forward, of his own accord he went unto you.
because he not only welcomed our request, but being very earnest, by his own choice he went out to you.
He is glad to follow my suggestion that he visit you again—but I think he would have come anyway, for he is very eager to see you!
So here’s what I think: The best thing you can do right now is to finish what you started last year and not let those good intentions grow stale. Your heart’s been in the right place all along. You’ve got what it takes to finish it up, so go to it. Once the commitment is clear, you do what you can, not what you can’t. The heart regulates the hands. This isn’t so others can take it easy while you sweat it out. No, you’re shoulder to shoulder with them all the way, your surplus matching their deficit, their surplus matching your deficit. In the end you come out even. As it is written, Nothing left over to the one with the most, Nothing lacking to the one with the least. I thank God for giving Titus the same devoted concern for you that I have. He was most considerate of how we felt, but his eagerness to go to you and help out with this relief offering is his own idea. We’re sending a companion along with him, someone very popular in the churches for his preaching of the Message. But there’s far more to him than popularity. He’s rock-solid trustworthy. The churches handpicked him to go with us as we travel about doing this work of sharing God’s gifts to honor God as well as we can, taking every precaution against scandal.
For indeed he accepted the exhortation. But being more zealous, he went to you of his own accord.
because he not only accepted our request, but being very eager and acting on his own initiative, he is on his way to you.
He accepted my request and eagerly went to visit you by his own free will.
for he not only welcomed our appeal but, since he is very concerned, he has gone to you of his own accord.
For he not only accepted our appeal, but being himself very earnest, he has gone to you of his own accord.
Titus accepted what we asked him to do. He wanted very much to go to you, and this was his own idea.
because he not only accepted our request, but since he was very eager, he is coming to you of his own accord.
Titus welcomed our appeal. He is also excited about coming to you. It was his own idea.
For Titus not only welcomed our appeal, but he is coming to you with much enthusiasm and on his own initiative.
For Titus not only welcomed our appeal, but he is coming to you with much enthusiasm and on his own initiative.
For he not only accepted the exhortation, but being more diligent, he went to you of his own accord.
He was glad when we asked him to help you. He decided himself to go to you.
Titus welcomed our request that he visit you again. In fact, he himself was very eager to go and see you.
For he not only accepted our appeal, but since he is more eager than ever, he is going to you of his own accord.
For he not only accepted our appeal, but since he is more eager than ever, he is going to you of his own accord.
For he not only accepted our appeal, but since he is more eager than ever, he is going to you of his own accord.
For he not only accepted our appeal, but since he is more eager than ever, he is going to you of his own accord.
Because of the chozek (encouragement) he received, and having more zerizut on his own accord, he went forth to you.
For he not only accepted our appeal, but being himself very earnest he is going to you of his own accord.
For he not only accepted our appeal, but being himself very earnest he is going to you of his own accord.
For indeed he not only accepted our appeal, but went to you with eagerness and on his own initiative.
You see, when we approached him about you, he eagerly stepped up, not only because of our request but because of his own desire to help.
For he indeed accepted our exhortation, but being himself very earnest, he went out to you of his own accord.
We are sending another brother with him. This brother has a good name in all the churches because he tells the good news.
for [soothly] he received exhortation; but when he was busier, by his will he went forth to you [with his will he went forth to you].
because indeed the exhortation he accepted, and being more diligent, of his own accord he went forth unto you,
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