Parallel Verses

Daniel Mace New Testament

Having then such an opinion of my ministry, I use great plainness of speech.

New American Standard Bible

Therefore having such a hope, we use great boldness in our speech,

King James Version

Seeing then that we have such hope, we use great plainness of speech:

Holman Bible

Therefore, having such a hope, we use great boldness.

International Standard Version

Therefore, since we have such a hope, we speak very boldly,

A Conservative Version

Having therefore such a hope we use great boldness,

American Standard Version

Having therefore such a hope, we use great boldness of speech,

Amplified

Since we have such a [glorious] hope and confident expectation, we speak with great courage,

An Understandable Version

Therefore, since we have such a hope [i.e., that the Gospel is much superior to the law], we speak with great boldness,

Anderson New Testament

Since then we have such hope, we use great plainness of speech,

Bible in Basic English

Having then such a hope, we keep nothing back,

Common New Testament

Therefore, since we have such a hope, we are very bold.

Darby Translation

Having therefore such hope, we use much boldness:

Godbey New Testament

Then having such hope, we use great boldness,

Goodspeed New Testament

So since I have such a hope, I speak with great frankness,

John Wesley New Testament

Having therefore this hope, we use great plainness of speech.

Julia Smith Translation

Therefore having such hope, we use much freedom of speech:

King James 2000

Seeing then that we have such hope, we use great plainness of speech:

Lexham Expanded Bible

Therefore, [because we] have such a hope, we use much boldness,

Modern King James verseion

Then since we have such hope, we use great plainness of speech.

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

Seeing then that we have such trust, we use great boldness;

Moffatt New Testament

Such being my hope then, I am quite frank and open ??13 not like Moses, who used to hang a veil over his face to keep the children of Israel from gazing at the last rays of a fading glory.

Montgomery New Testament

Therefore, cherishing such a hope, I use great freedom of speech.

NET Bible

Therefore, since we have such a hope, we behave with great boldness,

New Heart English Bible

Having therefore such a hope, we use great boldness of speech,

Noyes New Testament

Having therefore such hope, we use great plainness of speech;

Sawyer New Testament

Having therefore this hope we use great boldness,

The Emphasized Bible

Having, then, such hope as this, great openness of speech, do we use; -

Thomas Haweis New Testament

Having therefore such a hope, we use much freedom of speech.

Twentieth Century New Testament

With such a hope as this, we speak with all plainness;

Webster

Seeing then that we have such hope, we use great plainness of speech:

Weymouth New Testament

Therefore, cherishing a hope like this, we speak without reserve, and we do not imitate Moses,

Williams New Testament

So, as I have such a hope, I speak with the greatest boldness,

World English Bible

Having therefore such a hope, we use great boldness of speech,

Worrell New Testament

Having, therefore, such hope, we use great boldness of speech;

Worsley New Testament

Having therefore such hope, we use much freedom of speech:

Youngs Literal Translation

Having, then, such hope, we use much freedom of speech,

Interlinear

English(KJV)
Strong's
Root Form
Definition
Usage
οὖν 
Oun 
therefore, then, so, and, now, wherefore, but, not tr,
Usage: 417

that we have
ἔχω 
Echo 
have, be, need , , vr have
Usage: 479

τοιοῦτος 
Toioutos 
Usage: 51

ἐλπίς 
Elpis 
Usage: 54

we use
χράομαι 
Chraomai 
Usage: 11

πολύς πολλός 
Polus 
Usage: 292

Context Readings

New Covenant Ministry

11 if that which was only temporary was glorious, much more shall that which is permanent be glorious. 12 Having then such an opinion of my ministry, I use great plainness of speech. 13 and do not act as Moses did, who threw a veil over his face so as to hinder the children of Israel from perceiving the end of that which was to cease:



Cross References

2 Corinthians 7:4

I use indeed great freedom of speech toward you, yet I greatly glory upon your account: I am filled with comfort, and my joy is still superiour to all my affliction.

Acts 4:13

Now when they saw the boldness of Peter and John, and perceived that they were illiterate, and of the lower rank of men, they were surpriz'd; but tho' they knew that they had been Jesus's disciples,

1 Thessalonians 2:2

on the contrary, notwithstanding the outrages, you know we suffer'd at Philippi, we had still the resolution, by the divine assistance, to preach the gospel of God to you without reserve against all opposition.

John 10:24

the Jews came about him, and said, how long will you keep us in suspense? if you are the Messiah, tell us plainly.

John 16:25

These things have I express'd in a figurative way: the time is coming when my language will be no longer enigmatical, but I shall give you a plain account relating to my father.

John 16:29

His disciples said to him, what you say now is plain, and not enigmatical.

Acts 4:29-31

and now, Lord, behold their threatnings: and enable thy servants to deliver thy word with freedom,

Acts 9:27

thereupon Barnabas took him with him to the apostles, and related to them how the Lord had appear'd to him on his journey, and had spoken to him, and how publickly Saul had preach'd at Damascus in the name of Jesus.

Acts 9:29

and he openly preach'd in the name of the Lord Jesus, and disputed against the Hellenists, who therefore plotted against his life:

Acts 14:3

however the apostles stay'd there a considerable time, being inspir'd with great resolution by the Lord, who gave his attestation to the evangelical doctrine, by the prodigys and miracles, which he did by their hands.

1 Corinthians 14:19

yet in the church I had rather speak five words that convey my meaning to the instruction of others, than ten thousand words in an unknown tongue.

2 Corinthians 4:2-3

renouncing all secret dishonesty, and void of all artifice, I deliver the word of God unadulterated, and recommend my self by urging the truth home to every man's conscience, as in the presence of God.

2 Corinthians 4:13

Having by the same spirit the same faith as David had when he said, "I believed, and therefore have I spoken:" I also believe, and therefore I speak;

2 Corinthians 10:1

I who am a person of a mean presence, when among you, but exert myself upon your account, when absent; I Paul intreat you by the meekness and gentleness of Christ, not to let me exert that authority,

Ephesians 6:19-20

in particular for me, that I may have leave to speak without any restraint, and make known the mystery of the gospel,

Philippians 1:20

agreeably to that expectation and persuasion I have, that I shall not labour in vain; but as I always have, so I shall still glorify Christ in my body, whether it be by life or by death: for if I live, I live to Christ;

Colossians 4:4

that I may publish it in the manner, it should necessarily be done.

1 Timothy 3:13

for they who duly discharge that office, prepare their way to a higher degree, and may promote the christian faith with the greater freedom.

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