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

  • Steve morrow
    1 CORINTHIANS 1:21 NOW HE WHICH ESTABLISHETH US WITH YOU IN CHRIST AND HATH ANOINTED US IS GOD 1:22 WHO HATH ALSO SEALED US AND GIVEN THE EARNEST OF THE SPIRIT IN OUR HEARTS JOHN 6:63 IT IS THE SPIRIT THAT QUIICKENETH THE FLEASH PROFITETH NOTHING THE WORDS THAT --- I SPEAK --- UNTO YOU THEY ARE SPIRIT AND THEY ARE LIFE
  • Ezra
    i love reading the bible.
  • Ray321
    Paul's Gospel 1 Corinthians 15-1-4, Jesus Christ died on the cross for our sins and was buried and rose from the dead three days in the power of God. If we know that we are a sinner, believe in the finished work of the cross, what more do we have to do to go to Heaven. Believe with faith plus nothing, that's all. It's that simple. Believe with faith plus nothing. Amen Amen Amen
  • Ray321
    My friends, Yes Apostle Paul was faithful and believed God, but Jesus had chosen Paul for the Gentiles (Acts 9:15) and the other Apostles had to follow Jesus comments, do not go in the way of the Gentiles (Matt 10:5-7). Paul is our Apostle for our time. So Jesus had to give him new Revelations (Romans 16:25) . We are to follow Paul and read his epistles so we can understand the Bible 2 Tim 2:15
  • Lu2677
    Paul calls the Gospel of Christ "his gospel" because Paul walked by faith, he did everything in faith, he lived in the Spirit, he abides in God's Word.
  • Ray321
    The Corinthians church had a lot of problems, there was alot of bad things going on, that's why they were called babes in Christ. The Corinthians were not eating the meat of the Word because of there sins. Apostle Paul had a hard time, but he had alot of love for that church. The books of Corinthians will teach Salvation of today, the gospel, 1 Corinthians 15:1-4, Paul calls it his gospel. Read it

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