2 Coríntios 5

1 We know for, that, if the earthly of us house of the tent should be taken down, a building from God we have, a house not made by hands, age–lasting, in the heavens.

2 Even for in this we groan, the abode of us that from heaven to be invested earnestly desiring.

3 If at least and having been invested, not naked ones we shall be found.

4 Indeed for those being in the tent groan being oppressed; in which not we wish to be unclothed, but to be invested, that may be swallowed up the moral by the life.

5 The and one having worked out us for same this God; that also having given to us the pledge of the spirit.

6 Being confident therefore always, and knowing, that being at home in the body, we are from home from the Lord;

7 (by means of faith for we are walking, not by means of sight;)

8 we are confident but, also we are well–pleased rather to be from home out of the body, and to be at home with the Lord;

9 wherefore also we are very ambitious, whether being at home, or being from home, well–pleasing to him to be.

10 The for all us to appear it is necessary before of the tribunal of the Anointed, that may receive each one the things through the body, according to what was practised, whether good, or bad.

11 Knowing therefore the fear of the Lord, men we persuade, to God but we have been manifested; I hope and also in the consciences of you to have been manifested.

12 Not for again ourselves do we recommend to you, but opportunity giving to you of boasting on behalf of us; that you may have for those in face boasting, and no in heart.

13 Even if for we are besides ourselves, to God; and if we are of sound mind, to you.

14 The for love of the Anointed constrains us,

15 having judged this, that if one on behalf of all died, then they all died; and on behalf of all he died, that the living no longer to themselves should live, but to him on behalf of them having died and having been raised up.

16 So that we from the now no one know according to flesh; if and even we knew according to flesh Anointed, but now no longer we know.

17 So that if any one in Anointed, new creation; the things old passed away, lo, has become new the all things.

18 The but all things out of the God, that one having reconciled us to himself through Jesus Anointed, and having given to us the service of the reconciliation.

19 Namely that God was in Anointed a world reconciling to himself, not reckoning to them the fruits of them, and having placed in us the world of the reconciliation.

20 On behalf of Anointed therefore we are ambassadors, as if the God beseeching through us; we pray on behalf of Anointed, be you reconciled to the God.

21 Him for not having known sin, on behalf of us sin was made, that we might become righteousness of God in him.