New American Standard Bible
Let such a person consider this, that what we are in word by letters when absent, such persons we are also in deed when present.
King James Bible
Let such an one think this, that, such as we are in word by letters when we are absent, such will we be also in deed when we are present.
Darby Bible Translation
Let such a one think this, that such as we are in word by letters when absent, such also present in deed.
World English Bible
Let such a person consider this, that what we are in word by letters when we are absent, such are we also in deed when we are present.
Young's Literal Translation
This one -- let him reckon thus: that such as we are in word, through letters, being absent, such also, being present, we are in deed.
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CommentaryBarnes' Notes on the Bible
Let such an one think this ... - Let them not flatter themselves that there will be any discrepancy between my words and my deeds. Let them feel that all which has been threatened will be certainly executed unless there is repentance. Paul here designedly contradicts the charge which was made against him; and means to say that all that he had threatened in his letters would he certainly executed unless there was a reform. I think that the evidence here is clear that Paul does not intend to admit what they said about his bodily presence to be true; and most probably all that has been recorded about his deformity is mere fable.
LibraryExcursus on the Use of the Word "Canon. "
(Bright: Notes on the Canons, pp. 2 and 3.) Kanon, as an ecclesiastical term, has a very interesting history. See Westcott's account of it, On the New Testament Canon, p. 498 ff. The original sense, "a straight rod" or "line," determines all its religious applications, which begin with St. Paul's use of it for a prescribed sphere of apostolic work (2 Cor. x. 13, 15), or a regulative principle of Christian life (Gal. vi. 16). It represents the element of definiteness in Christianity and in the …
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2 Corinthians 10:10
For they say, "His letters are weighty and strong, but his personal presence is unimpressive and his speech contemptible."
2 Corinthians 10:12
For we are not bold to class or compare ourselves with some of those who commend themselves; but when they measure themselves by themselves and compare themselves with themselves, they are without understanding.
2 Corinthians 13:2
I have previously said when present the second time, and though now absent I say in advance to those who have sinned in the past and to all the rest as well, that if I come again I will not spare anyone,
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