and he a propitiation is on account of the sins of us, not on account of the ours but only, but also on account of whole of the world.
that was born to you today a savior, who is Anointed, Lord, in a city of David.
In this is the love, not that we loved the God, but that he loved us, and sent forth the son of himself a propitiation respecting the sins of us.
If 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.
knowing, that not by corruptible things, by silver or by gold you were bought off from the foolish of you conduct handed down from your fathers,
but with precious blood, as of a lamb spotless and unblemished, of Anointed;
and having been perfected he became to those obeying him to all a cause of salvation agelasting,
looking away to the of the faith leader and perfecter Jesus, who in return for the being placed before him joy, endured a cross, shame disregarding, at right and of the throne of the God has sat down.
hence and to save for the completely is able those drawing near through him to the God, always living, in order to the interpose in behalf of them.
All for sinned, and come short of the glory of the God,
being justified freely, by the of him favor, through the redemption that in Anointed Jesus;
Answering and the messenger said to the women: Not be afraid you; I know for, that Jesus that having been crucified you seek.
Not he is here; he has been raised for, even as he said. Come see the place, where lay the Lord.
6 who in a form of God being, not a usurpation meditated the to be like to God, Phillippians
7 but himself emptied, a form of a slave having taken, in a likeness of men having been formed,
8 and in condition being found as a man; humbled himself, having become obedient till death, of a death even of a cross.
Help therefore having obtained of that from of the God, till the day this I have stood, testifying to small both and to great, nothing beyond saying, of what both the prophets spoke being about to take place, and Moses;
that liable to suffer the Anointed, that first from a resurrection of dead ones a light he is about to announce to the people and to the Gentiles.
With Anointed I have been crucified; I live but, no longer I, lives but in me Anointed; the but now I live in flesh, by faith I live in the of that son of the God, of that having loved me and having delivered up himself in behalf of me.
And on account of this of a covenant new a mediator he is, so that of a death having taken place, for a redemption of the under the first covenant transgressions, the promise might receive those having been called of the agelasting inheritance.
by whom we have the redemption through the blood of him, the forgiveness of the faults, according to the wealth of the favor of him,