If by any means now at length (ei pw hdh pote). A condition of the first class in the form of an indirect question (aim) or elliptical condition like Acts 27:12 (Robertson, Grammar, p. 1024). Note the four particles together to express Paul's feelings of emotion that now at length somehow it may really come true. I may be prospered (euodwqhsomai). First future passive indicative of euodow for which verb see on "1Co 16:2". By the will of God (en twi qelhmati tou qeou). Paul's way lay "in" God's will.