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12:1 [hgb] 我 自 夸 固 然 无 益 ， 但 我 是 不 得 已 的 。 如 今 我 要 说 到 主 的 显 现 和 启 示 。 [kjv] It is not expedient for me doubtless to glory. I will come to visions and revelations of the Lord. [bbe] As it is necessary for me to take glory to myself, though it is not a good thing, I will come to visions and revelations of the Lord.12:2 [hgb] 我 认 得 一 个 在 基 督 里 的 人 ， 他 前 十 四 年 被 提 到 第 三 层 天 上 去 。 或 在 身 内 ， 我 不 知 道 。 或 在 身 外 ， 我 也 不 知 道 。 只 有 神 知 道 。 [kjv] I knew a man in Christ above fourteen years ago, (whether in the body, I cannot tell; or whether out of the body, I cannot tell: God knoweth;) such an one caught up to the third heaven. [bbe] I have knowledge of a man in Christ, fourteen years back (if he was in the body, or out of the body, I am not able to say, but God only), who was taken up to the third heaven.12:3 [hgb] 我 认 得 这 人 ， 或 在 身 内 ， 或 在 身 外 ， 我 都 不 知 道 。 只 有 神 知 道 。 [kjv] And I knew such a man, (whether in the body, or out of the body, I cannot tell: God knoweth;) [bbe] And I have knowledge of such a man (if he was in the body, or out of the body, I am not able to say, but God only),12:4 [hgb] 他 被 提 到 乐 园 里 ， 听 见 隐 秘 的 言 语 ， 是 人 不 可 说 的 。 [kjv] How that he was caught up into paradise, and heard unspeakable words, which it is not lawful for a man to utter. [bbe] How he was taken up into Paradise, and words came to his ears which may not be said, and which man is not able to say.12:5 [hgb] 为 这 人 ， 我 要 夸 口 。 但 是 为 我 自 己 ， 除 了 我 的 软 弱 以 外 ， 我 并 不 夸 口 。 [kjv] Of such an one will I glory: yet of myself I will not glory, but in mine infirmities. [bbe] On account of such a one I will have glory: for myself I will take no glory, but only in my feeble body.12:6 [hgb] 我 就 是 愿 意 夸 口 ， 也 不 算 狂 。 因 为 我 必 说 实 话 。 只 是 我 禁 止 不 说 ， 恐 怕 有 人 把 我 看 高 了 ， 过 于 他 在 我 身 上 所 看 见 所 听 见 的 。 [kjv] For though I would desire to glory, I shall not be a fool; for I will say the truth: but now I forbear, lest any man should think of me above that which he seeth me to be, or that he heareth of me. [bbe] For if I had a desire to take credit to myself, it would not be foolish, for I would be saying what is true: but I will not, for fear that I might seem to any man more than he sees me to be, or has word from me that I am.12:7 [hgb] 又 恐 怕 我 因 所 得 的 启 示 甚 大 ， 就 过 于 自 高 ， 所 以 有 一 根 刺 加 在 我 肉 体 上 ， 就 是 撒 但 的 差 役 ， 要 攻 击 我 ， 免 得 我 过 于 自 高 。 [kjv] And lest I should be exalted above measure through the abundance of the revelations, there was given to me a thorn in the flesh, the messenger of Satan to buffet me, lest I should be exalted above measure. [bbe] And because the revelations were so very great, in order that I might not be overmuch lifted up, there was given to me a thorn in the flesh, one sent from Satan to give me pain.12:8 [hgb] 为 这 事 ， 我 三 次 求 过 主 ， 叫 这 刺 离 开 我 。 [kjv] For this thing I besought the Lord thrice, that it might depart from me. [bbe] And about this thing I made request to the Lord three times that it might be taken away from me.12:9 [hgb] 他 对 我 说 ， 我 的 恩 典 够 你 用 的 。 因 为 我 的 能 力 ， 是 在 人 的 软 弱 上 显 得 完 全 。 所 以 我 更 喜 欢 夸 自 己 的 软 弱 ， 好 叫 基 督 的 能 力 覆 庇 我 。 [kjv] And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me. [bbe] And he said to me, My grace is enough for you, for my power is made complete in what is feeble. Most gladly, then, will I take pride in my feeble body, so that the power of Christ may be on me.12:10 [hgb] 我 为 基 督 的 缘 故 ， 就 以 软 弱 ， 凌 辱 ， 急 难 ， 逼 迫 ， 困 苦 ， 为 可 喜 乐 的 。 因 我 什 么 时 候 软 弱 ， 什 么 时 候 就 刚 强 了 。 [kjv] Therefore I take pleasure in infirmities, in reproaches, in necessities, in persecutions, in distresses for Christ's sake: for when I am weak, then am I strong. [bbe] So I take pleasure in being feeble, in unkind words, in needs, in cruel attacks, in troubles, on account of Christ: for when I am feeble, then am I strong.12:11 [hgb] 我 成 了 愚 妄 人 ， 是 被 你 们 强 逼 的 。 我 本 该 被 你 们 称 许 才 是 。 我 虽 算 不 了 什 么 ， 却 没 有 一 件 事 在 那 些 最 大 的 使 徒 以 下 。 [kjv] I am become a fool in glorying; ye have compelled me: for I ought to have been commended of you: for in nothing am I behind the very chiefest apostles, though I be nothing. [bbe] I have been forced by you to become foolish, though it was right for my praise to have come from you: for in no way was I less than the chief of the Apostles, though I am nothing.12:12 [hgb] 我 在 你 们 中 间 ， 用 百 般 的 忍 耐 ， 借 着 神 迹 奇 事 异 能 ， 显 出 使 徒 的 凭 据 来 。 [kjv] Truly the signs of an apostle were wrought among you in all patience, in signs, and wonders, and mighty deeds. [bbe] Truly the signs of an Apostle were done among you in quiet strength, with wonders and acts of power.12:13 [hgb] 除 了 我 不 累 着 你 们 这 一 件 事 ， 你 们 还 有 什 么 事 不 及 别 的 教 会 呢 ？ 这 不 公 之 处 ， 求 你 们 饶 恕 我 吧 。 [kjv] For what is it wherein ye were inferior to other churches, except it be that I myself was not burdensome to you? forgive me this wrong. [bbe] For what is there in which you were made less than the other churches, but in the one thing that I was not a trouble to you? Let me have forgiveness for this wrong.12:14 [hgb] 如 今 我 打 算 第 三 次 到 你 们 那 里 去 ， 也 必 不 累 着 你 们 ， 因 我 所 求 的 是 你 们 ， 不 是 你 们 的 财 物 。 儿 女 不 该 为 父 母 积 财 ， 父 母 该 为 儿 女 积 财 。 [kjv] Behold, the third time I am ready to come to you; and I will not be burdensome to you: for I seek not yours, but you: for the children ought not to lay up for the parents, but the parents for the children. [bbe] This is now the third time that I am ready to come to you; and I will not be a trouble to you: my desire is for you, not for your property: for it is not the children's business to make store for their fathers, but the fathers for the children.12:15 [hgb] 我 也 甘 心 乐 意 为 你 们 的 灵 魂 费 财 费 力 。 难 道 我 越 发 爱 你 们 ， 就 越 发 少 得 你 们 的 爱 吗 ？ [kjv] And I will very gladly spend and be spent for you; though the more abundantly I love you, the less I be loved. [bbe] And I will gladly give all I have for your souls. If I have the more love for you, am I to be loved the less?12:16 [hgb] 罢 了 ， 我 自 己 并 没 有 累 着 你 们 ， 你 们 却 有 人 说 ， 我 是 诡 诈 ， 用 心 计 牢 笼 你 们 。 [kjv] But be it so, I did not burden you: nevertheless, being crafty, I caught you with guile. [bbe] But let it be so, that I was not a trouble to you myself; but (someone may say) being false, I took you with deceit.12:17 [hgb] 我 所 差 到 你 们 那 里 去 的 人 ， 我 借 着 他 们 一 个 人 占 过 你 们 的 便 宜 吗 ？ [kjv] Did I make a gain of you by any of them whom I sent unto you? [bbe] Did I make a profit out of you by any of those whom I sent to you?12:18 [hgb] 我 劝 了 提 多 到 你 们 那 里 去 ， 又 差 那 位 兄 弟 与 他 同 去 。 提 多 占 过 你 们 的 便 宜 吗 ？ 我 们 行 事 ， 不 同 是 一 个 心 灵 吗 ？ 不 同 是 一 个 脚 踪 吗 ？ （ 心 灵 或 作 圣 灵 ） 。 [kjv] I desired Titus, and with him I sent a brother. Did Titus make a gain of you? walked we not in the same spirit? walked we not in the same steps? [bbe] I gave orders to Titus, and I sent the brother with him. Did Titus make any profit out of you? were we not guided by the same Spirit, in the same ways?12:19 [hgb] 你 们 到 如 今 ， 还 想 我 们 是 向 你 们 分 诉 。 我 们 本 是 在 基 督 里 当 神 面 前 说 话 。 亲 爱 的 弟 兄 阿 ， 一 切 的 事 ， 都 是 为 造 就 你 们 。 [kjv] Again, think ye that we excuse ourselves unto you? we speak before God in Christ: but we do all things, dearly beloved, for your edifying. [bbe] It may seem to you that all this time we have been attempting to put ourselves in the right; but we are saying these things before God in Christ. For all things, dear brothers, are for your profit.12:20 [hgb] 我 怕 我 再 来 的 时 候 ， 见 你 们 不 合 我 所 想 望 的 ， 你 们 见 我 也 不 合 你 们 所 想 望 的 。 又 怕 有 分 争 ， 嫉 妒 ， 恼 怒 ， 结 党 ， 毁 谤 ， 谗 言 ， 狂 傲 ， 混 乱 的 事 。 [kjv] For I fear, lest, when I come, I shall not find you such as I would, and that I shall be found unto you such as ye would not: lest there be debates, envyings, wraths, strifes, backbitings, whisperings, swellings, tumults: [bbe] For I have a fear that, when I come, you may not be answering to my desire, and that I may not be answering to yours; that there may be fighting, hate, angry feeling, divisions, evil talk about others, secrets, thoughts of pride, outbursts against authority;12:21 [hgb] 且 怕 我 来 的 时 候 ， 我 的 神 叫 我 在 你 们 面 前 惭 愧 。 又 因 许 多 人 从 前 犯 罪 ， 行 污 秽 奸 淫 邪 荡 的 事 ， 不 肯 悔 改 ， 我 就 忧 愁 。 [kjv] And lest, when I come again, my God will humble me among you, and that I shall bewail many which have sinned already, and have not repented of the uncleanness and fornication and lasciviousness which they have committed. [bbe] And that when I come again, my God may put me to shame among you, and I may have grief for those who have done wrong before and have had no regret for their unclean ways, and for the evil desires of the flesh to which they have given way.
“But all the same go and have a talk with him.”
1.“I don’t see it,” said Panope, almost sharply. “He may be a goose, but he is not a prig. I do wish you ever could talk about any one else, Cymodoce! I am tired to death of the pious ?neas.”
It ought to be that peasant proprietorship will make the holder more industrious and a better farmer than he has been as tenant. Whether it will or not remains to be seen. As things are—always excepting Ulster and the North generally—farming could scarcely be more shameful in its neglect than it is—domestic life could scarcely be more squalid, more savage, more filthy. Even rich farmers live like pigs and with their pigs, and the stone house is no better kept than the mud cabin—the forty-acre field no better tilled than the miserable little potato patch. Had the farming been better, there would never have been the poverty, the discontent, the agitation by which Ireland had been tortured and convulsed. Had the men been more industrious, the women cleaner and more deft, the Plan of Campaign would have failed for want of social nutriment, where now it has been so disastrously triumphant. Physical well-being is a great incentive to quiet living—productive industry checks political unrest. Those who have something to lose are careful to keep it; and we may be sure that Captain Moonlight would not risk his skin if he had a good coat to cover it.
The potential qualities of Conrad's atmosphere are amongst his very strongest gifts and, it we investigate the matter, we see that it is his union of Romance and Realism that gives such results. Of almost no important scene in his novels is it possible to define the boundaries. In The Outcast 86of the Islands, when Willems is exiled by Captain Lingard, the terror of that forest has at its heart not only the actual terror of that immediate scene, minutely and realistically described—it has also the terror of all our knowledge of loneliness, desolation, the power of something stronger than ourselves. In Lord Jim the contrast of Jim with the officers of the Patna is a contrast not only immediately vital and realised to the very fringe of the captain's gay and soiled pyjamas, but also potential to the very limits of our ultimate conception of the eternal contrast between good and evil, degradation and vigour, ugliness and beauty. In The Nigger of the Narcissus the death of the negro, James Wait, immediately affects the lives of a number of very ordinary human beings whose friends and intimates we have become—but that shadow that traps the feet of the negro, that alarms the souls of Donkin, of Belfast, of Singleton, of the boy Charlie, creeps also to our sides and envelops for us far more than that single voyage of the Narcissus. 87When Winnie Verloc, her old mother and the boy Stevie, take their journey in the cab it does not seem ludicrous to us that the tears of "that large female in a dark, dusty wig, and ancient silk dress festooned with dingy white cotton lace" should move us as though Mrs Verloc were our nearest friend. That mournful but courageous journey remains in our mind as an intimate companion of our own mournful and courageous experiences. Such examples might be multiplied quite indefinitely.