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2 Corinthians 8:6
insomuch that we urged Titus that, as he had begun, so he would finish in you the same grace also.
Insomuch that we exhorted Titus, that as he had made a beginning before, so he would also complete in you this grace also.
So we urged Titus that, as he began it, he should also complete this gracious work among you as well.
So much so that we have urged Titus that as he began it, he should also complete this beneficent and gracious contribution among you [the church at Corinth].
Insomuch that we desired Titus, that as he had begun, so he would also finish in you the same grace also.
As a result, we challenged Titus to finish this work of grace with you the way he had started it.
All this has led us to urge Titus to bring this same gracious gift to completion among you, since he has already made a beginning of it.
Titus was the one who got you started doing this good thing, so we begged him to have you finish what you had begun.
So that we begged Titus that, according as he had before begun, so he would also complete as to you this grace also;
so that we urged Titus that just as he previously-began, so also he should complete this grace with reference to you also.
Insomuch, that we desired Titus, that as he had begun, so also he would finish among you this same grace.
So we asked Titus to help you finish this special work of giving. He is the one who started this work.
Accordingly, we urged Titus that as he had started, so he should complete among you this act of grace.
Accordingly, we urged Titus that as he had started, so he should complete among you this act of grace.
So we ·asked [urged; encouraged] Titus [2:13] to help you finish this special work of grace since he is the one who started it.
That we should exhort Titus, that as he had begun, so he would also accomplish the same grace among you also.
This led us to urge Titus to finish his work of God’s kindness among you in the same way as he had already started it.
So we urged Titus, who began this work, to continue it and help you complete this special service of love.
So we urged Titus that just as he had begun, so he should also complete this grace to you.
So we asked Titus to help you finish this special work of grace. He is the one who started this work.
So we urged Titus to finish this work of kindness among you in the same way that he had started it.
Now this had made us ask Titus, who has already done so much among you, to complete his task by arranging for you too to share in this work of generosity. Already you are well to the fore in every good quality—you have faith, you can express that faith in words; you have knowledge, enthusiasm and your love for us. Could you not add generosity to your virtues? I don’t want you to read this as an order. It is only my suggestion, prompted by what I have seen in others of eagerness to help, and here is a way to prove the reality of your love. Do you remember the generosity of Jesus Christ, the Lord of us all? He was rich beyond our telling, yet he became poor for your sakes so that his poverty might make you rich.
Insomuch that we exhorted Titus, that as he had begun, so he would also complete among you the same grace also.
Insomuch that we desired Titus, that as he had begun, so he would also finish in you the same grace also.
Insomuch that we desired Titus, that as he had begun, so he would also finish in you the same grace also.
So we urged Titus that, just as he had previously begun it, thus he would also complete for you this act of grace.
They were so enthusiastic about it that we have urged Titus, who encouraged your giving in the first place, to visit you and encourage you to complete your share in this ministry of giving.
This was totally spontaneous, entirely their own idea, and caught us completely off guard. What explains it was that they had first given themselves unreservedly to God and to us. The other giving simply flowed out of the purposes of God working in their lives. That’s what prompted us to ask Titus to bring the relief offering to your attention, so that what was so well begun could be finished up. You do so well in so many things—you trust God, you’re articulate, you’re insightful, you’re passionate, you love us—now, do your best in this, too.
So we urged Titus, that as he had begun, so he would also complete this gracious deed for you.
So we urged Titus that just as he had previously begun the work, so now he should complete this act of kindness among you. · ·
This led us to urge Titus to finish his work of God’s kindness among you in the same way as he had already started it.
so that we urged Titus that, as he had already begun, he should also complete for you this gracious act also.
So we urged Titus that as he had previously made a beginning, so he would also complete in you this gracious work as well.
So we asked Titus to help you finish this special work of grace since he is the one who started it.
Thus we urged Titus that, just as he had previously begun this work, so also he should complete this act of kindness for you.
Titus had already started collecting money from you. So we asked him to help you finish making your kind gift.
So we urged Titus, just as he had earlier made a beginning, to bring also to completion this act of grace on your part.
So we urged Titus, just as he had earlier made a beginning, to bring also to completion this act of grace on your part.
So we urged Titus, that as he had begun, so he would also complete this grace in you as well.
We asked Titus to keep on helping you finish this act of love. He was the one to begin this.
So we have urged Titus, who encouraged your giving in the first place, to return to you and encourage you to finish this ministry of giving.
so that we might urge Titus that, as he had already made a beginning, so he should also complete this generous undertaking among you.
so that we might urge Titus that, as he had already made a beginning, so he should also complete this generous undertaking among you.
so that we might urge Titus that, as he had already made a beginning, so he should also complete this generous undertaking among you.
so that we might urge Titus that, as he had already made a beginning, so he should also complete this generous undertaking among you.
So that it was necessary for us to urge Titos that as he began and made a haschala (start) before, so he should complete among you also this mitzvah of avodas kodesh of the Chen v’Chesed Hashem.
Accordingly we have urged Titus that as he had already made a beginning, he should also complete among you this gracious work.
Accordingly we have urged Titus that as he had already made a beginning, he should also complete among you this gracious work.
So we urged Titus that, just as he had made a start before, so he should also complete this gracious service for you.
That’s why we asked Titus to finish what he started among you regarding this gracious work of charity.
So we urged Titus, that as he made a beginning before, so he would also complete in you this grace.
That is why we asked Titus to see about your gift. He started you off in your giving. And so he is the one to see that you finish it.
So that we prayed Titus, that as he began, so also he perform in you this grace.
so that we exhorted Titus, that, according as he did begin before, so also he may finish to you also this favour,
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