whose minister I am made, by the gift of God's grace, which is given to me by the working of his virtue. [whose minister I am made, after the gift of God's grace, which is given to me after the working of his virtue.]
To me, least of all saints, this grace is given to preach among heathen men the unsearchable riches of Christ,
and to lighten all men [and to enlighten all men], which is the dispensation of [the] sacrament hid from worlds in God, that made all things of nought;
that the much-fold wisdom of God be known to princes and potentates in heavenly things by the church,
by the before-ordinance of worlds [after the setting of worlds], which he made in Christ Jesus our Lord.
In whom we have trust and nigh coming [to], in trusting by the faith of him.
For which thing I ask, that ye fail not in my tribulations for you, which is your glory.