1 Korintus 9:26Konteks
9:26 So I do not run uncertainly or box like one who hits only air.
2:2 I went there 1 because of 2 a revelation and presented 3 to them the gospel that I preach among the Gentiles. But I did so 4 only in a private meeting with the influential people, 5 to make sure that I was not running – or had not run 6 – in vain.
2:16 by holding on to 8 the word of life so that on the day of Christ I will have a reason to boast that I did not run in vain nor labor in vain.
3:14 with this goal in mind, 9 I strive toward the prize of the upward call of God 10 in Christ Jesus.
1:7 For the overseer 13 must be blameless as one entrusted with God’s work, 14 not arrogant, not prone to anger, not a drunkard, not violent, not greedy for gain. 1:8 Instead he must be hospitable, devoted to what is good, sensible, upright, devout, and self-controlled.
1:12 Happy is the one 16 who endures testing, because when he has proven to be genuine, he will receive the crown of life that God 17 promised to those who love him.
3:11 I am coming soon. Hold on to what you have so that no one can take away 18 your crown. 19
[2:2] 2 tn Or “in accordance with.” According to BDAG 512 s.v. κατά B.5.a.δ, “Oft. the norm is at the same time the reason, so that in accordance with and because of are merged…Instead of ‘in accordance w.’ κ. can mean simply because of, as a result of, on the basis of…κ. ἀποκάλυψιν Gal 2:2.”
[2:2] 4 tn Grk “Gentiles, but only privately…to make sure.” Because of the length and complexity of the Greek sentence, a new sentence was started with “But” and the words “I did so,” an implied repetition from the previous clause, were supplied to make a complete English sentence.
[2:2] 5 tn L&N 87.42 has “important persons, influential persons, prominent persons” for οἱ δοκοῦντες and translates this phrase in Gal 2:2 as “in a private meeting with the prominent persons.” The “prominent people” referred to here are the leaders of the Jerusalem church.
[1:7] 13 sn The overseer is another term for the same official position of leadership as the “elder.” This is seen in the interchange of the two terms in this passage and in Acts 20:17, 28, as well as in the parallels between these verses and 1 Tim 3:1-7.
[1:12] 16 tn The word for “man” or “individual” here is ἀνήρ (anhr), which often means “male” or “man (as opposed to woman).” However, as BDAG 79 s.v. 2 says, here it is “equivalent to τὶς someone, a person.”
[1:12] 17 tc Most
[3:11] 18 tn On the verb λάβῃ (labh) here BDAG 583 s.v. λαμβάνω 2 states, “to take away, remove…with or without the use of force τὰ ἀργύρια take away the silver coins (fr. the temple) Mt 27:6. τὰς ἀσθενείας diseases 8:17. τὸν στέφανον Rv 3:11.”
[3:11] 19 sn Your crown refers to a wreath consisting either of foliage or of precious metals formed to resemble foliage and worn as a symbol of honor, victory, or as a badge of high office – ‘wreath, crown’ (L&N 6.192).