Now for a recompense in like kind (thn de authn antimisqian). No example of this expressive word outside of this passage and Romans 1:27 and later Christian writers. Paul may have found it in use in the Koin vernacular or he may have coined it from antimisqo, remunerating (paying back). There is no verb here to explain the accusative which may be the accusative of general reference or the object of a verb not expressed. Be ye also enlarged (platunqhte kai umei). As I have been (verse Romans 11 ). First aorist passive imperative of platunw.