Romans 71 Or are you ignorant, brethren, (to those knowing for law I speak,) that the law lords over the man, for as long as a time he lives? 2 The for bound to a man woman to the living husband is bound by law; if but may die the husband, she is freed from the law of the husband. 3 So then living the husband an adulteress she will be called, if she should be to a man another; if but should die the husband, free she is from law, of the not to be her an adulteress, having become to a man another. 4 Therefore brethren of me, also you were put to death by the law through the body of the Anointed, in order that to become you to another, to him out of dead ones having been raised, so that we should bring forth fruit to the God. 5 When for we were in the flesh, the passions of the sins, those through the law, worked in the members of us, in order that to bring forth fruit to the death. 6 Now but we were freed from the law, having died, in which we were held; so that to serve us in newness of spirit, and not in oldness of letter. 7 What then shall we say? the law sin? Not let it be; but the sin not I knew, if not through law; the even for strong desire not I knew, if not the law said: Not thou shalt lust. 8 Opportunity and having taken the sin, through the commandment worked out in me all strong desire; apart from for law sin dead. 9 I and was alive apart from law then; having come but the commandment, the sin lived again, I and died; 10 and was found by me the commandment that for life, same for death. 11 The for sin opportunity having taken, through the commandment deceived me, and through it killed. 12 So that the indeed law holy, and the commandment holy and just and good. 13 That then good thing, to me has become death? Not let it be; but the sin; so that it might appear sin, through the good to me working out death, so that might become in excess a sinner the sin through the commandment. 14 We know for, that the law spiritual is; I but fleshly am, having been sold under the sin. 15 What for I work out, not I know; not for what I wish, this I practice; but what I hate, this I do. 16 If but what not I wish, this I do, I assent to the law, that excellent. 17 Now but no longer I work out it, but the dwelling in me sin. 18 I know for, that not dwells in me, this is in the flesh of me, a good thing; the for to will is present with me, the but to work out the excellent, not I find. 19 Not for what I wish, I do a good thing; but what not I wish an evil thing, this I practice. 20 If but what not wish I, this I do, no longer I work out it, but the dwelling in me sin. 21 I find therefore the law in the wishing to me to do the excellent, because with me the evil thing lies near. 22 I am pleased for wish the law of the God according to the inside man; 23 I see but another law in the members of me warring against the law of the mind of me, and making a captive me to the law of the sin to that existing in the members of me. 24 Wretched I man; who me will rescue from the body of the death this? 25 I thank the God by means of Jesus Anointed of the Lord of me. So then myself I with the indeed mind am in servitude to a law of God; with the but flesh, to a law of sin.
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