19 occurrences in 40 translations

'For Us' in the Bible

who encourages us in all our affliction, in order for us to be able to encourage those in every affliction, through the encouragement of which we ourselves are encouraged by God.

For we do not want you to be ignorant, brothers, about our affliction that happened to us in Asia, because we were extraordinarily weighed down, above strength, so as for us to despair even to be alive.

Troubles are round us on every side, but we are not shut in; things are hard for us, but we see a way out of them;

Because we are certain that he who made the Lord Jesus come back from the dead, will do the same for us, and will give us a place in his glory with you.

For Christ's love for us motivates us, because we have concluded that, [since] one person [i.e., Christ] died for all people, so then all people have died. [Note: This may mean simply that Christ died for all people, who were dead in their sins].

as for us, we give no occasion of offence, that our ministry may not be blamed:

Our affection for you is not restricted, but you are restricted in your affections for us.

Make room for us in your hearts; we wronged no one, we corrupted no one, we took advantage of no one.

I do not speak this to condemn you, for I have said before that you are in our hearts for us to die together, and to live together.

Wherefore, if I also wrote to you, not for him having been unjust, for him having suffered injustice, but that your care for us might be made manifest to you before God.

for us to urge Titus that, as he earlier began this kindness, so he would even finish it for you also.

But as you excel in everythingin faith, in utterance, in knowledge, in all earnestness, and in your love for ussee that you excel in this work of grace also.

Therefore the manifestations of your love, and of your boasting for us, shew ye to them, and to the face of the churches.

But we will not boast ourselves with respect to regions not measured to us; but according to the measure of the line which God, who measures, has appointed for us to reach even to you.

to preach the gospel in places beyond you; and not to boast in another's province of things ready prepared for us.

To my discredit, I must say, we have shown ourselves too weak [for you to show such tolerance of us and for us to do strong, courageous things like that to you]! But in whatever any person is bold and dares [to boast] -- "mind you, I am speaking in this foolish (witless) way -- "I also am bold and dare [to boast].

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