Romans 3

1What then the pre-eminence of the Jew? or what the profit of the circumcision? 2Much, according to every mode. First indeed for, because they were entreated with the oracles of the God. 3What for? if believed not some, not the unbelief of them the faith of the God will make void? 4Not let it be; let it be but the God true, every but man a liar, even as it has been written: That thou mayest be justified in the words of thee, and mayest conquer in the to be judged thee. 5If but the unrighteousness of us of God righteousness establishes, what shall we say? not unrighteous the God that inflicting wrath? (according to man I speak.) 6Not let it be; otherwise how will judge the God the world? 7If for the truth of the God by the my falsehood abounded to the glory of him, why yet also I as a sinner am judged? 8And not (as we are falsely accused, and as affirm some of us to say,) that we may do the evil things, so that may come the good things? of whom the judgment just is. 9What then? do we excel? Not at all; we before convicted for, Jews both and Greeks all under sin to be? 10even as it has been written: That not is just not even one; 11not is he understanding, not is he seeking out the God; 12all turned aside, together they were unprofitable; not is doing goodness, not is even one. 13A sepulchre having been opened the throat of them; with the tongues of them they deceived. Venom of asps under the lips of them; 14Of whom the mouth of cursing and bitterness is full. 15Swift the feet of them to pour out blood; 16ruin and misery in the ways of them; 17and a way of peace not they knew. 18Not is fear of God before the eyes of them. 19We know and, that what things the law says, to those under the law it speaks; that every mouth may be stopped, and liable to penalty may become all the world to the God. 20Therefore from works of law not shall be justified all flesh before him; through for law an acknowledgment of sin. 21Now but without law a righteousness of God has been made manifest, being attested by the law and the prophets, 22a righteousness even of God through faith of Jesus Anointed, to all and upon all the believing; not for is a distinction. 23All for sinned, and come short of the glory of the God, 24being justified freely, by the of him favor, through the redemption that in Anointed Jesus; 25whom set forth the God a mercy-seat through the faith by the of him blood, for a pointing out of the righteousness of himself, through the passing by of the formerly committed sins in the forbearance of the God; 26to a point out of the righteousness of himself in the present time, in order that to be him righteous, and justifying him of faith of Jesus. 27Where then the boasting? it is shut out. Through what kind of law? of the works? no, but through a law of faith; 28we reckon for, to be justified by faith a man, without works of law. 29Or of Jews the God alone? not and of Gentiles? yes also of Gentiles. 30Since one the God, who will justify circumcision from faith, and uncircumcision through the faith. 31Law then do we nullify through the faith? Not let it be; but law we establish.
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