Romans 5

1Having been justified therefore by faith, peace we have with the God through the Lord of us Jesus Anointed; 2through whom also the introduction we have (by the faith) into the favor this, in which we have stood; and we boast in hope of the glory of the God. 3Not alone and, but also we boast in the afflictions, knowing that the affliction endurance works out, 4the and endurance approbation, the and approbation hope, 5the and hope not is put to shame, because the love of the God has been poured out in the hearts of us through spirit holy of that having been given to us. 6Yet for an Anointed one, being of us without strength still, according to a season in behalf of impious ones he died. 7Scarcely for in behalf of a just person any one will die; in behalf of though the good possibly some one even might dare to die; 8recommends but the of himself love to us the God, because, still sinners being of us, Anointed one in behalf of us died. 9By much then more, having been justified now in the blood of him, we shall be saved through him from the wrath. 10If for enemies being we were reconciled to the God through the death of the son of him, by much more having been reconciled we shall be saved in the life of him. 11Not only and, but also boasting in the God through the Lord of us Jesus Anointed, through whom now the reconciliation we received. 12On account of this as through one man the sin into the world entered, and through the sin the death; and thus to all men the death passed through, in which all sinned. 13Till for law sin was in world; sin but not is counted not being law. 14But reigned the death from Adam till Moses and over those not having sinned in the likeness of the transgression of Adam; who is a type of the one being about to come. 15But not as the fall, so also the gracious gift. If for by the of one one fall the many died, by much the favor of the God and the gift by favor by that of the one man Jesus Anointed to the many abounded. 16And not as through one having sinned, the free gift. The indeed for sentence, from one to condemnation; the but gracious gift, from many offences to righteousness. 17If for by the of the one fail the death reigned through the one, by much more those the abundance of the favor and of the gift of the righteousness having received, in life shall reign through one Jesus Anointed. 18Indeed then as through one offence, on all men to condemnation; so also through one righteousness, on all men to a justification of life. 19As for through the disobedience of the one man sinners were constituted the many; so also through the obedience of the one righteous person shall be constituted the many. 20Law but supervened, so that might abound the offence; where but abounded the sin, superabounded the favor; 21that as reigned the sin in the death, so and the favor might reign through righteousness into life age-lasting, through Jesus Anointed the Lord of us.
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