Which (hti). Your boldness of verse Mark 35 . Recompense of reward (misqapodosian). Late double compound, like misqapodoth ( Hebrews 11:6 ), from misqo (reward, wages) and apodidwmi, to give back, to pay (repay). In N.T. only here, Hebrews 2:2 ; Hebrews 11:26 . Of patience (upomonh). Old word for remaining under trial ( Luke 8:15 ). This was the call of the hour then as now. Having done the will of God (to qelhma tou qeou). This is an essential prerequisite to the exercise of patience and to obtain the promised blessing. There is no promise to those who patiently keep on doing wrong. That ye may receive the promise (ina komishsqe thn epaggelian) Purpose clause with ina and the first aorist middle subjunctive of komizw, old verb to carry ( Luke 7:37 ), in the middle to get back one's own ( Matthew 25:27 ), to receive. See also Hebrews 11:39 . Now the author is ready to develop this great idea of receiving the promise in Christ.