Romanos 2

1 Wherefore thou hast no excuse, O man, who judgest thy neighbour; for in that for which thou judgest thy neighbour, thou condemnest thyself; for in those which thou judgest, thou also art conversant.

2 AND we know what is the judgment of Aloha in truth against them who in these things converse.

3 But thinkest thou, O man, who judgest them who in these converse, while thou also conversest in them, that thou wilt escape the judgment of Aloha?

4 Or upon the riches of his goodness, and upon his long-suffering, and upon the space he giveth thee, presumest thou? and knowest not that the goodness of Aloha unto repentance leadeth thee?

5 Yet, through the hardness of thy unrepenting heart, layest thou up the treasure of wrath for the day of wrath, and the revelation of the just judgment of Aloha,

6 who rendereth to every man according to his works.

7 To them who seek, in perseverance of good works, glory and honour and incorruption, he giveth eternal life;

8 but to them who are rebellious, and obey not the truth, but unrighteousness obey, he will render wrath and indignation

9 and affliction and distress, upon every man who worketh evils; to Jihudoyee first, and to Aramoyee;

10 but glory and honour and peace to every one who worketh good, to the Jihudoya first, and also to the Aramoya;

11 for there is no acceptance of faces with Aloha.

12 For they who without the law have sinned, without the law also will perish: and they who in the law have sinned, by the law will be judged.

13 For not the hearers of the law are righteous before Aloha, but the doers of the law are justified.

14 FOR if the Gentiles, who have not the law, from their nature shall perform the law, these, while not having the law, unto themselves become a law.

15 And these show the work of law written upon their hearts, and their conscience testifieth of them, while their reasonings accuse or excuse one another;

16 in the day when Aloha judgeth the secrets of men according to my gospel by Jeshu Meshiha.

17 But if thou (who) a Jihudoya art called, and reposest on the law, and boastest in Aloha,

18 because thou knowest his will, and distinguishest the things that are fitting, because thou art learned from the law;

19 and confidest upon thyself that thou art a guide of the blind, and a light to those who are in darkness,

20 and an instructor of the wanting-in-mind, and a teacher of children, and hast a type of knowledge and of truth in the law:

21 Thou, then, who teachest others, dost thou not teach thyself? and who preachest that men should not steal, dost thou steal?

22 and who sayest they should not commit adultery, dost thou commit adultery? And thou who condemnest idols, dost thou despoil the sanctuary?

23 And thou who boastest of the law, in this that thou transgressest against the law, Aloha himself despisest thou?

24 For the name of Aloha through you is blasphemed among the Gentiles, as it is written.

25 For circumcision profiteth, if thou accomplish the law; but if thou transgress the law, thy circumcision is become uncircumcisedness.

26 But if the uncircumcision shall keep the commandment of the law, is not uncircumcisedness reckoned to him (as) circumcision?

27 And the uncircumcision, who by nature accomplishes the law will judge thee, who with the scripture and with circumcision, transgressest against the law.

28 FOR it is not in outwardness that he is a Jihudoya nor is that which is seen in the flesh circumcision:

29 but he is a Jihudoya who is one in inwardness; and circumcision is that which is of the heart, in the spirit, and not in the letter; whose praise is not from the sons of men, but from Aloha.