Is very bold (apotolmai). Present active indicative of apotolmaw, old word, to assume boldness (apo, off) and only here in N.T. Isaiah "breaks out boldly" (Gifford). Paul cites Isaiah 65:1 in support of his own courage against the prejudice of the Jews. See Romans 9:30-33 for illustration of this point. I was found (eureqhn). First aorist passive indicative of euriskw.