1 Paul, a servant of Jesus Anointed, called an apostle, having been set apart for glad tidings of God,
2 (which he promised before through the prophets of himself in writings holy,)
3 concerning the son of himself, (that having been born from a seed of David according to flesh;
4 that having been distinctly set forth a son of God in power, according to spirit of holiness, from a resurrection of dead ones,) Jesus Anointed of the Lord of us,
5 (through whom we received favor and apostleship for obedience of faith in all the nations, in behalf of the name of him;
6 among whom are also you, called ones of Jesus Anointed;)
7 to all those who are in Rome beloved ones of God called saints; favor to you and peace from God Father of us, and Lord Jesus Anointed.
8 First indeed I give thanks to the God of me through Jesus Anointed on account of all of you, because the faith of you is celebrated in whole the world.
9 A witness for of me is the God, to whom I am a servant in the spirit of me in the glad tidings of the son of him, how unceasingly remembrance of you I make,
10 always on the prayers of me asking, if possibly now at length I shall have a prosperous journey by the will of the God to come to you.
11 I long for to see you, that some I may impart gift to you spiritual, for the to be established you;
12 this and is, to be comforted together, among you through the in each other faith, of you and also of me.
13 Not I wish but you to be ignorant, brethren, that many times I purposed to come to you, (and was hindered till the present,) that some fruit I might have also among you, as even among the other nations.
14 to Greeks both and to barbarians, to wise ones both and to simple ones a debtor I am;
15 thus, that according to me, I am eager even to you to those in Rome to announce glad tidings.
16 Not for I am ashamed the glad tidings; power for of God is for salvation to all to the believing, to Jew both first and to Greek.
17 Righteousness for of God in it is revealed from faith in order to faith, as it has been written: The and just by faith, shall live.
18 Is revealed besides wrath of God from heaven on all impiety and injustice of men, of those the truth by injustice holding down.
19 Because that known of the God manifest is among them; the God for to them showed,
20 (the things for unseen of him from creation of the world, in the things made being perceived is clearly seen, the both eternal of him power and deity;) in order that to be them inexcusable.
21 Because having known the God, not as God they glorified or they gave thanks; but were vain in the reasonings of them, and was darkened the perverse of them heart;
22 asserting to be wise ones, they were foolish,
23 and changed the glory of the incorruptible God in a likeness of an image of corruptible man, and birds and of fourfooted beasts and creeping things.
24 There fore also delivered them the God in the lusts of the hearts of them to impurity, of the to be dishonored the bodies of them in themselves;
25 who exchanged the truth of the God in the falsehood and reverenced and served the created thing more than him having created, who is worthy of praise into the ages; so be it.
26 On account of this delivered them the God to passions of infamy. The even for females of them changed the natural use into that in violation of nature.
27 In like manner and also the males having left the natural use of the female, were inflamed with the lust of them for for each other, males with males the indecency working out, and the recompence, which it was proper, of the error of them in themselves receiving back.
28 And as not they did try the God to have in knowledge, delivered them the God to a worthless mind, to do the things not fitting;
29 having been filled with all iniquity, in wickedness, in covetousness, in malignity; full of envy, murder, strife, deceit, bad disposition, whisperers;
30 revilers, Godhaters, insolent ones, proud ones, boasters, inventors of evils, to parent disobedient,
31 obstinate ones, covenantbreakers, unaffectionate ones, implacable ones, unmerciful ones;
32 who the ordinance of the God having known, (that those the things such doing worthy of death are,) not only them they do; but even are well pleased to those doing.