D. Longing to Be Clothed Upon with the Transfigured Body
1 1For we know that if our 2earthly 3atabernacle dwelling is taken down, we have a 4building 5from God, a 6dwelling bnot made with hands, ceternal, 7din the heavens.
2 For also in 1this we agroan, longing to be 2clothed upon with our 3dwelling place 4from heaven,
3 If indeed, being clothed, we will not be found 1anaked.
4 For also, we who are in this tabernacle groan, being 1aburdened, 2in that we do not desire to be unclothed, but clothed upon, that 3what is bmortal may be 4cswallowed up by life.
5 Now He who has 1wrought us for this very thing is God, who has given to us the Spirit as a 2apledge.
6 Therefore being always of good courage and knowing that while we are 1at home in the body, we are 1abroad from the Lord
7 (For we 1walk by afaith, not by 2bappearance) --
8 We are of good courage then and are well pleased rather 1to be aabroad from the body and at home with the Lord.