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Philippians 1:15
Some indeed preach Christ even out of envy and strife, and some also out of good will.
Some indeed preach Christ even of envy and strife; and some also of good will:
Some, it is true, are [actually] preaching Christ out of envy and rivalry [toward me—for no better reason than a competitive spirit or misguided ambition], but others out of goodwill and a loyal spirit [toward me].
Some, it is true, [actually] preach Christ (the Messiah) [for no better reason than] out of envy and rivalry (party spirit), but others are doing so out of a loyal spirit and goodwill.
Some indeed preach Christ even of envy and strife; and some also of good will:
Some certainly preach Christ with jealous and competitive motives, but others preach with good motives.
True, some are proclaiming the Messiah out of jealousy and rivalry, but others are doing it in goodwill.
Some are preaching about Christ because they are jealous and envious of us. Others are preaching because they want to help.
Some indeed also for envy and strife, but some also for good will, preach the Christ.
Some indeed speak because of envy and strife, but some also are proclaiming Christ because of good-will.
Some indeed, even out of envy and contention; but some also for good will preach Christ.
Some people are telling the message about Christ because they are jealous and bitter. Others do it because they want to help.
Some indeed preach Christ from envy and rivalry, but others from good will.
Some indeed preach Christ from envy and rivalry, but others from good will.
It is true that some preach about Christ because of ·jealousy [envy] and ·ambition [rivalry], but others preach about Christ because ·they want to help [of good will/intentions].
Some preach Christ even through envy and strife, and some also of good will.
Some people tell the message about Christ because of their jealousy and envy. Others tell the message about him because of their good will.
Of course some of them preach Christ because they are jealous and quarrelsome, but others from genuine good will.
To be sure, some preach Christ out of envy and strife, but others out of good will.
It is true that some preach about Christ because they are jealous and bitter. But others preach about Christ because they want to help.
Some are preaching the Messiah because of jealousy and dissension, while others do so because of their good will.
Now, concerning myself, I want you to know, my brothers, that what has happened to me has, in effect, turned out to the advantage of the Gospel. For, first of all, my imprisonment means a personal witness for Christ before the palace guards not to mention others who come and go. Then, it means that most of our brothers, somehow taking fresh heart in the Lord from the very fact that I am a prisoner for Christ’s sake, have shown far more courage in boldly proclaiming the Word of God. I know that some are preaching Christ out of jealousy, in order to annoy me, but some are preaching him in good faith. These latter are preaching out of their love for me. For they know that God has set me here in prison to defend our right to preach the Gospel. The motive of the former is questionable—they preach in a partisan spirit, hoping to make my chains even more galling than they would otherwise be. But what does it matter? However they may look at it, the fact remains that Christ is being preached, whether sincerely or not, and that fact makes me very happy. Yes, and I shall go on being very happy, for I know that what is happening will be for the good of my own soul, thanks to your prayers and the resources of the spirit of Jesus Christ. It all accords with my own earnest wishes and hopes, which are that I should never be in any way ashamed, but that now, as always, I should honour Christ with the utmost boldness by the way I live, whether that means I am to face death or to go on living. For living to me means simply “Christ”, and if I die I should merely gain more of him. I realise, of course, that the work which I have started may make it necessary for me to go on living in this world, I should find it very hard to make a choice. I am torn in two directions—on the one hand I long to leave this world and live with Christ, and that is obviously the best thing for me. Yet, on the other hand, it is probably more necessary for you that I should stay here on earth. That is why I feel pretty well convinced that I shall not leave this world yet, but shall be able to stand by you, to help you forward in Christian living and to find increasing joy in your faith. So you can look forward to making much of me as your minister in Christ when I come to see you again!
Some indeed preach the Christ even out of envy and strife, but others also out of good will.
Some indeed preach Christ even of envy and strife; and some also of good will:
Some indeed preach Christ even of envy and strife; and some also of good will:
Some even because of envy and strife preach Christ, but some also because of good will.
Some, of course, are preaching the Good News because they are jealous of the way God has used me. They want reputations as fearless preachers! But others have purer motives,
It’s true that some here preach Christ because with me out of the way, they think they’ll step right into the spotlight. But the others do it with the best heart in the world. One group is motivated by pure love, knowing that I am here defending the Message, wanting to help. The others, now that I’m out of the picture, are merely greedy, hoping to get something out of it for themselves. Their motives are bad. They see me as their competition, and so the worse it goes for me, the better—they think—for them.
Some indeed are preaching Christ out of envy and strife, and some also from good will.
To be sure, some · are proclaiming Christ out of envy and strife, but others · out of goodwill. ·
Some people tell the message about Christ because of their jealousy and envy. Others tell the message about him because of their good will.
Of course, some preach Christ from envy and rivalry, others from good will.
Some, to be sure, are preaching Christ even from envy and strife, but some also from good will;
It is true that some preach about Christ because they are jealous and ambitious, but others preach about Christ because they want to help.
Some, to be sure, are preaching Christ from envy and rivalry, but others from goodwill.
It’s true that some preach about Christ because they are jealous. But others preach about Christ to help me in my work.
It is true that some preach Christ out of envy and rivalry, but others out of goodwill.
It is true that some preach Christ out of envy and rivalry, but others out of goodwill.
Some indeed preach Christ even from envy and strife, and some also from goodwill:
Some are preaching because they are jealous and want to make trouble. Others are doing it for the right reason.
It’s true that some are preaching out of jealousy and rivalry. But others preach about Christ with pure motives.
Some proclaim Christ from envy and rivalry, but others from goodwill.
Some proclaim Christ from envy and rivalry, but others from goodwill.
Some proclaim Christ from envy and rivalry, but others from goodwill.
Some proclaim Christ from envy and rivalry, but others from goodwill.
Indeed some darshanim (preachers) preach their derashot (sermons) out of a ruach that is mekanne (jealous, envious) and one of madon (strife); but some have derashot proclaiming Rebbe, Melech HaMoshiach, and these darshanim have kavvanah tovah (good intention).
Some indeed preach Christ from envy and rivalry, but others from good will.
Some indeed preach Christ from envy and rivalry, but others from good will.
Some are proclaiming the Messiah out of envy and strife, but others out of good will.
I am well aware that some people out there are preaching the message of the Anointed One because of jealousies and rivalries. Their motives aren’t pure. They’re driven by selfish ambitions and personal agendas, hoping somehow to add to my pain here in prison. And I also know there are others who are preaching the Anointed from true goodness, motivated by love. They wish me the best because they know I’m here in prison in defense of the gospel.
Some indeed preach Christ even out of envy and strife, and some also out of good will.
Some of them tell about Christ because they are jealous. They want to prove they are better than me. Some of them tell about Christ because they want to help me.
But some for envy and strife, some for good will, preach Christ;
Certain, indeed, even through envy and contention, and certain also through good-will, do preach the Christ;
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