Therefore being iustified by fayth, we are at peace with god, thorowe our Lorde Iesus Christe:
By whom also we haue had an entrauce by fayth, vnto this grace wherin we stande, and reioyce in hope of the glorie of God.
Not that only: but also we reioyce in tribulations, knowyng that tribulation worketh pacience:
Pacience profe, profe hope:
And hope maketh not ashamed, because the loue of God is shedde abrode in our heartes by the holy ghost, which is geuen vnto vs.
For when we were yet weake, accordyng to the tyme, Christe dyed for the vngodly.
Nowe scace wyll any man dye for the righteous: Yet peraduenture for the good some men durst dye.
But God setteth out his loue towarde vs, seyng that whyle we were yet sinners, Christe dyed for vs.
Muche more then nowe, we that are iustified by his blood, shalbe saued from wrath through hym.
For, yf when we were enemies, we were reconciled to God by the death of his sonne: much more, seyng we are reconciled, we shalbe saued by his lyfe.
Not only so, but we also ioye in God, through our Lorde Iesus Christe, by who we haue nowe receaued the atonement.
Wherfore, as by one man sinne entred into the worlde, & death by sinne: euen so, death entred into all men, insomuch as all haue sinned.
For vnto the lawe, was sinne in the worlde: but sinne is not imputed when there is no lawe.
Neuerthelesse, death raigned from Adam to Moyses, ouer them also that had not sinned with lyke transgression as dyd Adam, whiche is the figure of hym that was to come.
But not as the sinne, so is the gyft.
For yf through the sinne of one many be dead: much more the grace of God, and the gyft by grace, which is by one man Iesus Christe, hath abounded vnto many.
And not as by one that sinned [euen so] the gyft.
For the iudgement was of one into condemnation: but the gyfte, of many sinnes into iustification.
For yf by the sinne of one, death raigned by the meanes of one: much more they, whiche receaue aboundaunce of grace, and of the gyfte of ryghteousnes, shall raigne in life by the meanes of one, Iesus Christe.
Lykewyse then, as by the sinne of one [sinne came] on all men to condempnation: euen so, by the ryghteousnes of one [good came] vpon all men to the ryghteousnes of lyfe.
For as by one mans disobedience many became sinners: so by the obedience of one, shall many be made ryghteous.
But the lawe in the meane tyme entred in, that sinne shoulde encrease.
But where sinne was plenteous, grace was more plenteous.
That as sinne hath raigned vnto death: euen so myght grace raigne thorowe ryghteousnes vnto eternall lyfe, by Iesus Christe our Lorde.