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Making request, if by any means now at length I might have a prosperous journey by the will of God to come unto you.
- King James Bible "Authorized Version", Cambridge Edition
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Other Translations of Romans 1:10
Making request, (if by any meanes now at length I might haue a prosperous iourney by the will of God) to come vnto you.- King James Version (1611)
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always in my prayers making request, if perhaps now at last by the will of God I may succeed in coming to you.- New American Standard Version (1995)
making request, if by any means now at length I may be prospered by the will of God to come unto you.- American Standard Version (1901)
And that I am ever making prayers that God will give me a good journey to you.- Basic English Bible
always beseeching at my prayers, if any way now at least I may be prospered by the will of God to come to you.- Darby Bible
Making request (if by any means now at length I may have a prosperous journey by the will of God) to come to you. - Webster's Bible
always in my prayers entreating that now, at length, if such be His will, the way may by some means be made clear for me to come to you.- Weymouth Bible
requesting, if by any means now at last I may be prospered by the will of God to come to you.- World English Bible
that with outen ceessyng Y make mynde of you euere in my preieris, and biseche, if in ony maner sum tyme Y haue a spedi weie in the wille of God to come to you.- Wycliffe Bible
always in my prayers beseeching, if by any means now at length I shall have a prosperous journey, by the will of God, to come unto you,- Youngs Literal Bible
View Wesley's Notes for Romans 1:10
1:10 Always - In all my solemn addresses to God. If by any means now at length - This accumulation of particles declares the strength of his desire.
View People's Bible Notes for Romans 1:10
Ro 1:10 Making request. One of his petitions was that God might permit him to visit the church at Rome. While at Ephesus he had said, "I must also see Rome" (Ac 19:21). His prayers were granted, but not in the way that he now expected. When he went to Rome it was as "the prisoner of the Lord" (Eph 4:1).
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