For you, 1being so wise, tolerate the foolishgladly.
For you tolerate it ifanyone2enslaves you, anyone3devours you, anyone4takes advantage of you, anyone5exalts himself, anyone6hits you in the face.
To my 7shame I must say that we have been 8weak by comparison. But in whatever respect anyone else 9is bold -I 10speak in foolishness -I amjust as boldmyself.
Are they 11Hebrews? 12So am I. Are they 13Israelites? 14So am I. Are they a15descendants of Abraham? 16So am I.
Are they 17servants of Christ?-I speak as if insane -I moreso; in b18farmorelabors, in c19farmoreimprisonments, d20beatentimeswithoutnumber, often in 21danger of death.
24Fivetimes I received from the Jews22thirty-nine lashes.
25Threetimes I was 23beaten with rods, once I was 24stoned, threetimes I was shipwrecked, a night and a day I have spent in the deep.
I have been on frequentjourneys, in dangers from rivers, dangers from robbers, dangers from my 25countrymen, dangers from the 26Gentiles, dangers in the 27city, dangers in the wilderness, dangers on the sea, dangersamong28falsebrethren;
I have been in 29labor and hardship, ethroughmanysleeplessnights, in 30hunger and thirst, often31withoutfood, in cold and f32exposure.
28Apart from such gexternal things, there is the dailypressure on me of concern for 33all the churches.
29Who is 34weakwithout my being weak? Who is hled into siniwithout my intenseconcern?