1Then being iustified by faith, we haue peace toward God through our Lord Iesus Christ.
2By who also through faith, we haue had this accesse into this grace, wherein we stand, and reioyce vnder ye hope of the glory of God.
3Neither that onely, but also we reioyce in tribulations, knowing that tribulation bringeth forth patience,
4And patience experience, and experience hope,
5And hope maketh not ashamed, because the loue of God is shed abroade in our heartes by the holy Ghost, which is giuen vnto vs.
6For Christ, when we were yet of no strength, at his time died for the vngodly.
7Doutles one will scarce die for a righteous man: but yet for a good man it may be that one dare die.
8But God setteth out his loue towards vs, seeing that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for vs.
9Much more then, being now iustified by his blood, we shalbe saued from wrath through him.
10For if when we were enemies, we were reconciled to God by the death of his Sonne, much more being reconciled, we shalbe saued by his life,
11And not onely so, but we also reioyce in God through our Lord Iesus Christ, by whom we haue nowe receiued the atonement.
12Wherefore, as by one man sinne entred into ye world, and death by sinne, and so death went ouer all men: in who all men haue sinned.
13For vnto the time of the Law was sinne in the worlde, but sinne is not imputed, while there is no lawe.
14But death reigned from Adam to Moses, euen ouer them also that sinned not after the like maner of that transgression of Adam, which was the figure of him that was to come.
15But yet the gift is not so, as is the offence: for if through the offence of that one, many be dead, much more the grace of God, and the gift by grace, which is by one man Iesus Christ, hath abounded vnto many.
16Neither is the gift so, as that which entred in by one that sinned: for the fault came of one offence vnto condemnation: but the gift is of many offences to iustification.
17For if by the offence of one, death reigned through one, much more shall they which receiue that abundance of grace, and of that gift of that righteousnesse, reigne in life through one, that is, Iesus Christ.
18Likewise then as by the offence of one, the fault came on all men to condemnation, so by the iustifying of one, the benefite abounded toward all men to the iustification of life.
19For as by one mans disobedience many were made sinners, so by that obedience of that one shall many also be made righteous.
20Moreouer the Law entred thereupon that the offence shoulde abound: neuerthelesse, where sinne abounded, there grace abounded much more:
21That as sinne had reigned vnto death, so might grace also reigne by righteousnesse vnto eternall life, through Iesus Christ our Lord.