Robertson's Word Pictures (NT)
Being in readiness (en etoimw exontev). This very idiom occurs in Polybius, Philo, etc. "Holding in readiness." In II Corinthians 12:14 we have etoimwv exw for the same idea (adverb etoimwv).
Disobedience (parakohn). Rare word (Plato, papyri) hearing amiss (aside), failing to hear, refusing to heed (cf. Matthew 18:17 for same idea in parakouw). In N.T. only here; Romans 5:19; Hebrews 2:2. In contrast with upakoh (obedience) rather than the common apeiqia (Romans 11:30, Romans 11:32).
When your obedience shall be fulfilled (otan plhrwqh umwn h upakoh). Indefinite temporal clause with otan and first aorist passive subjunctive. Paul expects that the whole church will become obedient to Christ's will soon as came true.
Other Robertson's Word Pictures (NT) entries containing 2 Corinthians 10:6:
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