For in him it pleased all plenty to inhabit,
and by him all things to be reconciled into him, and made peace by the blood of his cross, those things that be in earth's, either that be in heavens [either those things that be in earth's, or that be in heavens].
And when ye were sometime aliened, and enemies by wit in evil works, now he hath reconciled you
in the body of his flesh by death, to have you holy, and unwemmed, and without reproof before him.
If nevertheless ye dwell in the faith, founded, and stable [founded, and stabled], and unmoveable from the hope of the gospel that ye have heard, which is preached in all creature that is under heaven. Of which I Paul am made a minister,
and now I have joy in passion for you, and I fill those things that fail of the passions of Christ in my flesh, for his body, that is the church. [the which now I have joy in passions for you, and full-fill those things that fail of the passions of Christ in my flesh, for his body, that is the church.]
Of which I Paul am made [a] minister by the dispensation of God, that is given to me in you, that I fill the word of God, [+Of which I Paul am made minister/am made a servant, after the dispensation of God, that is given to me in you, that I fulfill the word of God,]
the private [the mystery, or private], that was hid from worlds and generations. But now it is showed to his saints,
to whom God would make known the riches of the glory of this sacrament in heathen men, which is Christ in you, the hope of glory.
Whom we show, reproving each man, and teaching each man in all wisdom, that we offer each man perfect in Christ Jesus.
In which thing also I travail, in striving by the working of him [In which thing and I travail, striving after the working of him], that he worketh in me in virtue.