16 But if you suffer as a Christian,#tn The verb is implied by the context but not expressed; Grk “but if as a Christian.” do not be ashamed, but glorify#tn These are third-person imperatives in Greek (“if [one of you suffers] as a Christian, let him not be ashamed…let him glorify”), but have been translated as second-person verbs since this is smoother English idiom. God that you bear such a name.#tn Grk “in this name.”

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