Whether Paul, or Apollos, or Cephas, or the world, or life, or death, or things present, or things to come, all, are, yours,
Nay, in all these things, we are more than conquering through him that hath loved us.
Now I mean this, - that, each one of you, is saying - I, indeed, am of Paul, but, I, of Apollos, but, I, of Cephas, but, I, of Christ:
What then is Apollos? and, what is Paul? ministers through whom ye believed, and, each, as the Lord, gave to him.
For, though free from all, unto all, myself, I enslaved, - that, the larger number, I might win:
For, not ourselves, do we proclaim, but Christ Jesus, as Lord, and, ourselves, as your servants for Jesus' sake.
And, he, gave - some, indeed, to be apostles, and some, prophets, and some, evangelists, and some, shepherds and teachers, -