and what any thing you may ask in the name of me, this I will do; that may be glorified the Father in the son.
If any thing you may ask in the name of me, I will do.
24 Not know you, that those in a racecourse running, all indeed run, one but receives the prize? Thus run you, that you may obtain.
25 Every one but the contending, all things possesses selfcontrol; they indeed therefore, that a perishable wreath they may receive; we but, an imperishable.
26 I therefore thus run, as not uncertainly; thus I box, as not air beating;
27 but I browbeat of me the body and lead it captive, lest possibly to others having proclaimed, myself without proof should become.
and every thing, whatever you may do, from soul work you, as to the Lord and not to men.
the God for it is the one working in you both the to will and the to work, on account of the goodpleasure.
all things I am strong in the one strengthening me.
Brethren, I myself not reckon to have laid hold;
one but, the things even behind forgetting, the things but before stretching out to, according to a mark I pursue towards the prize of the above calling of the God in Anointed Jesus.
1 Therefore also we, such having surrounding us a cloud of witnesses, encumbrance having laid aside every, and the closegirding sin, by means of patient endurance we should run the being laid out for us course;
2 looking away to the of the faith leader and perfecter Jesus, who in return for the being placed before him joy, endured a cross, shame disregarding, at right and of the throne of the God has sat down.
3 Attentively consider you for the such one having endured from the sinners towards himself opposition, no that not you may be wearied in the souls of you being discouraged.
And you not seek, what you may eat or what you may drink; and not be you in anxiety.
These for all the nations of the world seeks; of you and the Father knows, that you have need of these.
Going forth disciple you all the nations, immersing them into the name of the Father and of the Son and of the holy spirit;
teaching them to observe all, whatever I have charged you. And lo, I with you am all the days, till the end of the age.
10 Indeed for, when we were with you, this we announced to you, that if any one not wishes to work, neither let him eat.
11 We hear for some are walking, among you out of order, nothing working, but being above work.
12 To the now such like we command and we exhort through the Lord of us Jesus Anointed, that with quietness working the of themselves bread they may eat.
13 You but, brethren, not should be remiss doing well.