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Philemon is informed that he could have been helping Paul during his struggles in Rome. Obviously Philemon knew about Paul and his situation, otherwise Paul would not have made this statement. Philemon apparently had the means to help Paul we noticed in the introduction that the evidence points to Philemon being a man of wealth , but had not done it. Paul's words carry the idea of "Onesimus was doing this work on behalf of you.
Notice again at the end of the verse that Paul brings up the fact that he is in chains. Onesimus could have ministered to him while Paul was "in the bonds of the gospel. In one fell swoop, Paul caters to Philemon's sympathies I am in chains and to his Christian side I am in chains because of the gospel.
But without thy mind would I do nothing; that thy benefit should not be as it were of necessity, but willingly.