2 Corinthians 1:13

“For we write none other things unto you, than what ye read or acknowledge; and I trust ye shall acknowledge even to the end;”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations

For we write none other things vnto you, then what you reade or acknowledge, and I trust you shall acknowledge euen to the end.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

For we write nothing else to you than what you read and understand, and I hope you will understand until the end;
- New American Standard Version (1995)

For we write no other things unto you, than what ye read or even acknowledge, and I hope ye will acknowledge unto the end:
- American Standard Version (1901)

For in our letters we say no other things to you, but those which you are reading, and to which you give agreement, and, it is my hope, will go on doing so to the end:
- Basic English Bible

For we do not write other things to you but what ye well know and recognise; and I hope that ye will recognise to the end,
- Darby Bible

For we write no other things to you, than what ye read or acknowledge; and I trust ye will acknowledge even to the end;
- Webster's Bible

For we are writing to you nothing different from what we have written before, or from what indeed you already recognize as truth and will, I trust, recognize as such to the very end;
- Weymouth Bible

For we write no other things to you, than what you read or even acknowledge, and I hope you will acknowledge to the end;
- World English Bible

And we writen not othere thingis to you, than tho that ye han red and knowe, and Y hope that in to the ende ye schulen knowe,
- Wycliffe Bible

for no other things do we write to you, but what ye either do read or also acknowledge, and I hope that also unto the end ye shall acknowledge,
- Youngs Literal Bible

Bible commentary

People's Bible Notes for 2 Corinthians 1:13


2Co 1:13 For we write none other things unto you. The charge seems to have been that he was ambiguous in what he wrote (2Co 1:17). Hence he insists that he writes plainly, and that they read, understand, and accept what he writes.

Discussion for 2 Corinthians 1

  • Brianna
    Vs. 4 Our God has supplied us comfort through the pages of the Bible. Many of the persons in the Bible serve as an example to us. As we read their examples and overcome trials we can be a source of encouragement to others. May we heed the counsel Matt. 28:19,20 and share the good news.
  • Geraldine Cole
    Praise Jesus u right Peter K.marrage is only for this world their is No marriage in heaven with man and women if u were marry here thats it. Praise the Lord we will Just deal with spiritual issus then what a time it will be just to see Jesus the one who died for me so let love one another and be good to one another don't let the devil trick u out of your life with Jesus he wants your soul Amen
  • Johnnie Mae Harris
    All powers are in the hands of God through our savior Christ Jesus and through Faith we all are partakers of that Divine Love. There's no yea or nay but only through that Love and Faith is yea in the heart of God but through our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus. Amen
  • Bro, Chigozie
    We Are To Comfort One Another Who Were Undergoing De Same Trials Of Faith Persecution Or Tribulation With Us, Truly Heaven Is Real,
  • Brianna vs. 11
    Verse 11 highlights the strength of the power of prayer. Here, Paul states that one way to help others is to pray for them. Just as prayer helped Peter escape unjust imprisonment, when we offer heartfelt prayer in the behalf of others, Jehovah God will certainly take notice.
  • Peter Nwogu Okim
    the chapter deals with how our lives should be as Christian s and how we should respond to challenging situations that may threaten our faith, knowing that at the end we can only come out more stronger than we started. glory to God for ever.

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