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I fear for you that my work for you may have been in vain.
But be careful that this liberty of yours does not become a hindrance to the weak.
For I am afraid that somehow when I come I will not find you what I wish, and you will find me 1 not what you wish. I am afraid that 2 somehow there may be quarreling, jealousy, intense anger, selfish ambition, 3 slander, gossip, arrogance, and disorder.
Instead I subdue my body and make it my slave, so that after preaching to others I myself will not be disqualified.
so that now instead 1 you should rather forgive and comfort him. 2 This will keep him from being overwhelmed by excessive grief to the point of despair. 3
and I always ask 1 in my prayers, if perhaps now at last I may succeed in visiting you according to the will of God. 2
For if any of the Macedonians should come with me and find that you are not ready to give, we would be humiliated 1 (not to mention you) by this confidence we had in you. 2
But I am afraid that 1 just as the serpent 2 deceived Eve by his treachery, 3 your minds may be led astray 4 from a sincere and pure 5 devotion to Christ.
I went there 1 because of 2 a revelation and presented 3 to them the gospel that I preach among the Gentiles. But I did so 4 only in a private meeting with the influential people, 5 to make sure that I was not running – or had not run 6 – in vain.
So 1 when I could bear it no longer, I sent to find out about your faith, for fear that the tempter somehow tempted you and our toil had proven useless.