(From: 2 CORINTHIANS #9 - 10:1-18)
M. 10:1-18 PAUL'S DEFENSE AGAINST FALSE APOSTLES
a. 10:1-2 PAUL: PREFERS TO BE GENTLE
AuTOS de eGO PAUlos pa-ra-kaLOhuMAS diA tes praUte-tos kai e-pi-eiKIas tou ChrisTOU,
Now I Paul myself entreat you by the meekness and gentleness of the Christ,
hos kaTA PROso-pon men ta-peiNOS en huMIN, aPON de tharRO eis huMAS:
who in person is lowly among you, but absent show courage toward you:
DEo-mai , de, to me paRON tharREsai 
2 yes, I beseech you, that I may not when present show courage
tepe-poiTHEsei heloGIzo-mai tolMEsai ]5111]ePI ti-nas,
with the confidence with which I count to be bold against some,
tous lo-gi-zoMEnous huMAS hos kaTA SARka pe-ri-paTOUNtas .
who count of us as if we walked according to theflesh.
b. 10:3-6 PAUL: THE STRENGTH IN HIS WEAPONS
En sarKI gar pe-ri-paTOUNtes, ou kaTA SARka stra-teuOme-tha 
For though we walk in theflesh, we do not war according to theflesh
(ta gar HOPla tes straTEIas heMON ou sar-kiKA ,
4(for the weapons of our :warfare are not of flesh,
alLA du-naTA toTheOpros kaTHAIre-sin  o-chu-roMAton ); lo-gisMOUS ka-thaiROUNtes,
but mighty before :God unto casting down of strongholds); 5casting down reasonings,
kai pan HUpso-ma e-paiROme-non kaTA tes GNOse-os tou TheOU,
and every high thingthat is exalted against the knowledge of :God,
kai aich-ma-loTIzon-tes pan NOe-ma eis ten hu-pa-koEN tou ChrisTOU;
and bringing every thought into captivity to the obedience of the Christ;
kai en heTOImoEchon-tes ek-diKEsai PAsan pa-ra-koEN ,
6and being in readiness to avenge all disobedience,
HOtan ple-roTHEhuMON hehu-pa-koE.
when your :obedience shall be made full.
c. 10:7a Do you look at the thingspertaining to appearance?
Ta kaTA PROso-pon BLEpe-te?
d. 10:7b PAUL: BELONGS TO CHRIST
EI tis PEpoi-then he-auTOChrisTOU EInai, TOUto lo-giZESthoPAlin eph' he-auTOU,
If any trusts in himself that he is Christ's, let him consider this again with himself,
HOti, kaTHOS auTOS ChrisTOU, HOUtos kai heMEIS.
that, even as he is Christ's, so also we.
e. 10:8-9 PAUL'S AUTHORITY
eAN te gar pe-ris-SOteRON ti kauCHEso-mai 
For though I should glory somewhat more abundantly
peRI tes e-xouSIas heMON (hes Edo-ken ho KUri-os eis oi-ko-doMEN ,
concerning our :authority (which the Lord gave for building up,
kai ouk eis kaTHAIre-sin huMON), ouk ais-chunTHEso-mai :
and not for casting you down), I shall not be shamed:
HIna meDOxo hos an ek-phoBEIN huMAS diA ton e-pis-toLON .
9that I seem not as if I would terrify you by the letters.
f. 10:10 PAUL'S LETTERS VERSUS HIS PRESENCE
HOti Hai e-pis-toLAI men, pheSIN, baREIai kai is-chuRAI ;
Because the letters, they say, are weighty and strong;
hede pa-rouSIa tou SOma-tos as-theNES , kai ho LOgos e-xou-the-neMEnos .
but the bodily :presence is weak, and his speech of no account.
g. 10:11 BUT - THE TWO ARE ONE
TOUto lo-giZESthoho toiOUtos, HOti, HOI-OI es-men toLOgodi' e-pis-toLON aPONtes ,
Let such a onereckon this, that, what we are in word by letters when absent,
toiOUtoi kai paRONtes toERgo.
such are wealso in deed when present.
h. 10:12 SELF-COMMENDATION: SIGN OF WEAKNESS
ou gar tolMOmen enKRInai ,
For we are not bold to judge among,
esunKRInai he-auTOUS ti-sin ton he-auTOUS su-nis-taNONton :
or to judge ourselves with certain of the them that commend themselves:
alLA auTOI en he-auTOUS meTROUNtes ,
but themselves measuring themselves by themselves,
kai sunKRInon-tes  he-auTOUS he-auTOIS, ou su-niAsin .
and judging themselves with themselves, are without understanding.
i. 10:13 THE CANON THAT VALIDATES A MINISTRY
huMEIS de ouk eis ta Ame-tra kau-cheSOme-tha , alLA kaTA to MEtron 
But WE will not glory beyond :measure, but according to the measure
tou kaNOnos hou eMEri-sen heMIN ho TheOS MEtrou, e-phiKESthai ACHri kai huMON. -
of the measuring-rod which God apportioned to us as a measure, to reach even unto you. -
j. 10:14-16 APOSTOLIC CHURCHES: THE PROOF OF PAUL'S APOSTLESHIP
ou gar hos mee-phikNOUme-nos eis huMAS, hu-pe-rekTEIno-men he-auTOUS:
For we stretch not ourselves overmuch, as though we reached not unto you:
Achri gar kai huMON ephTHAsa-men en toeu-ag-geLIotou ChrisTOU:
for we came even as far as unto you in the gospel of the Christ:
ouk eis ta Ame-tra kauCHOme-noi, en al-loTRIois KOpois ;
15not glorying beyond :measure, that is, in other's labors;
elPIda de Echon-tes, au-xa-noMEnes tes PIste-os huMON,
but having hope that, as your :faith grows,
en huMIN me-ga-lunTHEnai kaTA ton kaNOna heMON eis pe-risSEIan ,
we shall be magnified in you according to our :measuring-rod unto abundance,
eis ta hu-peREkei-na huMON eu-ag-geLIsas-thai ,
16so as to preach the gospel even unto the partsbeyond you,
ouk en al-loTRIokaNOni eis ta HEtoi-ma kauCHEsas-thai.
andnot to glory in another's measuring-rod in regard of the thingsready.
k. 10:17 But who glories in theLord let him glory.
ho de kauCHOme-nos en KuRIokauCHAStho.
l. 10:18 For not that manis approved who commends himself but he whom the Lord commends.
ou gar ho he-auTON su-nisTAnon eKEI-NOS es-tin DOki-mos  alLA hon ho KUri-os suNISte-sin.
NOTE: For me, 2 Corinthians 10:3-5 is the key sentence in this chapter. I memorized it many years ago, and it has served me well. It seems that the last bastions against God to fall in our lives - are our thoughtsand thinking processes.
There is an analogy from the OT that tends to clarify the seriousness of this omission in the eyes of God. Out of some 20 kings of Judah after the disruption of the kingdom of Israel following Solomon's serious lapse, only 9were good. And of these 9, only 2 removed the High Places: Hezekiah and Josiah! Thispleased God! And when weremove ourhigh places, and think God'sthoughts after Him instead of our own - this is the transformation that God is looking forward to in us, by the renewing of our mind, Romans 12:2.
Thisis the way of thinking that was in Paul! Thisis the secret of the unfolding of the whole of 2 Corinthians 10. Let us too bring everythought into captivity to Christ! - J.A.W.