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Romans 1

Rom 1:1 Paul, a slave of Anointed Jesus, called as an Ambassador and set apart for the Gospel of God
Rom 1:2 (which he promised before through his prophets in the holy scriptures)
Rom 1:3 concerning his Son (who as far as the flesh is concerned was of the ancestry of David,
Rom 1:4 and is the One powerfully identified as the God-Man, according to the spirit of holiness by the resurrection of the dead), Jesus the Anointed, our Master.
Rom 1:5 Through Him we obtained favor and a commission into compliant faith among all the non-Judeans for the sake of his Name,
Rom 1:6 along with you who are also called by Jesus the Anointed.
Rom 1:7 To all who are in Rome, loved by God and called holy ones: Favor and peace to you from God our Father and Master Jesus the Anointed!
Rom 1:8 First, I thank my God through Jesus the Anointed concerning all of you, because your faith is being announced all over the world.
Rom 1:9 God, to whom I offer divine spiritual service for the Gospel of his Son, is my witness of how I never stop mentioning you
Rom 1:10 in all my prayers, pleading that somehow, sometime, in some way, the will of God would permit me to come visit you.
Rom 1:11 I very much want to see you so I can share some spiritual gift with you, to anchor you.
Rom 1:12 In this way you can all be a comfort to each other through your faith and mine.
Rom 1:13 Now I don’t want you to be unaware, brothers and sisters, of the fact that I wanted to visit you many times but was prevented until now, so that I would have some of the same results among you as among the rest of the non-Judeans.
Rom 1:14 I am indebted to both Greeks and barbarians, the wise and the foolish;
Rom 1:15 that is why I was eager to bring the Gospel to those of you in Rome as well.
Rom 1:16 I am not ashamed of this Gospel, because it is the power of God for salvation to all who believe— first to the Judean and then to the Greek.
Rom 1:17 This Gospel is revealing God’s justice, beginning and ending in faith. As it is written, “The just will live by faith.”
Rom 1:18 God’s rage is being revealed from heaven against every kind of irreverence and injustice committed by people who unjustly suppress the truth.
Rom 1:19 And it’s because what can be known about God is obvious among them, since God has shown it to them.
Rom 1:20 For his invisible qualities can be seen by means of the creation of the world; we catch a glimpse of them— as well as his unknowable power and divinity— by his achievements, so that people are without excuse.
Rom 1:21 They know God but give him no honor and show him no gratitude. So their thinking became futile and their stupid minds were darkened.
Rom 1:22 Claiming to be wise they were made fools instead,
Rom 1:23 and they traded the honor of the incorruptible God for things made in the images of people, flying creatures, four-legged creatures, and reptiles.
Rom 1:24 For that reason God handed them over to the desires of their hearts, into the filth of polluting their bodies among themselves.
Rom 1:25 They turned the truth about God into a lie and worshiped the creation instead of the Creator— who is blessed forever, absolutely!
Rom 1:26 So God handed them over to their disgusting passions: women traded natural intimate relations for unnatural,
Rom 1:27 and men abandoned natural intimate relations with women to be inflamed with lust for other men, spawning indecency. They were then directly paid back as they deserved for their perversion.
Rom 1:28 Since they did not see a reason to give God recognition, God saw a reason to hand them over to an unreasoning mind so that they would do inappropriate things.
Rom 1:29 They have been filled with all kinds of injustice, evil, greed, and malice; they are saturated with envy, murder, rivalry, treachery, and depravity; they gossip
Rom 1:30 and trash talk; they hate God; they are arrogant, contemptuous impostors; they invent new forms of evil; they set themselves against their parents;
Rom 1:31 they are stupid and honor no agreements; they are devoid of natural feelings and have no mercy.
Rom 1:32 Since they know what is right, those who make a habit of such things are deserving of God’s death sentence. Yet they not only do these things, they also approve of everyone else who makes a habit of them.
Rom 1:1 παυλος δουλος χριστου ιησου κλητος αποστολος αφωρισμενος εις ευαγγελιον θεου
Rom 1:2 ὁ προεπηγγειλατο δια των προφητων αυτου εν γραφαις ἁγιαις
Rom 1:3 περι του υἱου αυτου του γενομενου εκ σπερματος δαυιδ κατα σαρκα
Rom 1:4 του ὁρισθεντος υἱου θεου εν δυναμει κατα πνευμα ἁγιωσυνης εξ αναστασεως νεκρων ιησου χριστου του κυριου ἡμων
Rom 1:5 οὑ ελαβομεν χαριν και αποστολην εις ὑπακοην πιστεως εν πασιν τοις εθνεσιν ὑπερ του ονοματος αυτου
Rom 1:6 εν οἱς εστε και ὑμεις κλητοι ιησου χριστου
Rom 1:7 πασιν τοις ουσιν εν ῥωμη αγαπητοις θεου κλητοις ἁγιοις χαρις ὑμιν και ειρηνη απο θεου πατρος ἡμων και κυριου ιησου χριστου
Rom 1:8 πρωτον μεν ευχαριστω τω θεω μου δια ιησου χριστου περι παντων ὑμων ὁτι ἡ πιστις ὑμων καταγγελλεται εν ὁλω τω κοσμω
Rom 1:9 μαρτυς γαρ μου εστιν ὁ θεος ὡ λατρευω εν τω πνευματι μου εν τω ευαγγελιω του υἱου αυτου ὡς αδιαλειπτως μνειαν ὑμων ποιουμαι
Rom 1:10 παντοτε επι των προσευχων μου δεομενος ει. πως ηδη ποτε ευοδωθησομαι εν τω θεληματι του θεου ελθειν προς ὑμας
Rom 1:11 επιποθω γαρ ιδειν ὑμας ἱνα τι μεταδω χαρισμα ὑμιν πνευματικον εις το στηριχθηναι ὑμας
Rom 1:12 τουτο δε εστιν συμπαρακληθηναι εν ὑμιν δια της εν αλληλοις πιστεως ὑμων τε και εμου
Rom 1:13 ου θελω δε ὑμας αγνοειν αδελφοι ὁτι πολλακις προεθεμην ελθειν προς ὑμας και εκωλυθην αχρι του δευρο ἱνα τινα καρπον σχω και εν ὑμιν καθως και εν τοις λοιποις εθνεσιν
Rom 1:14 ἑλλησιν τε και βαρβαροις σοφοις τε και ανοητοις οφειλετης ειμι
Rom 1:15 οὑτως το κατ᾽ εμε προθυμον και ὑμιν τοις εν ῥωμη ευαγγελισασθαι
Rom 1:16 ου γαρ επαισχυνομαι το ευαγγελιον του χριστου δυναμις γαρ θεου εστιν εις σωτηριαν παντι τω πιστευοντι ιουδαιω τε πρωτον και ἑλληνι
Rom 1:17 δικαιοσυνη γαρ θεου εν αυτω αποκαλυπτεται εκ πιστεως εις πιστιν καθως γεγραπται ὁ δε δικαιος εκ πιστεως ζησεται
Rom 1:18 αποκαλυπτεται γαρ οργη θεου απ᾿ ουρανου επι πασαν ασεβειαν και αδικιαν ανθρωπων των την αληθειαν εν αδικια κατεχοντων
Rom 1:19 διοτι το γνωστον του θεου φανερον εστιν εν αυτοις ὁ γαρ θεος αυτοις εφανερωσεν
Rom 1:20 τα γαρ αορατα αυτου απο κτισεως κοσμου τοις ποιημασι νοουμενα καθοραται ἡ τε αϊδιος αυτου δυναμις και θειοτης εις το ειναι αυτους αναπολογητους
Rom 1:21 διοτι γνοντες τον θεον ουχ ὡς θεον εδοξασαν η ηυχαριστησαν αλλ᾽ εματαιωθησαν εν τοις διαλογισμοις αυτων και εσκοτισθη ἡ ασυνετος αυτων καρδια
Rom 1:22 φασκοντες ειναι σοφοι εμωρανθησαν
Rom 1:23 και ηλλαξαν την δοξαν του αφθαρτου θεου εν ὁμοιωματι εικονος φθαρτου ανθρωπου και πετεινων και τετραποδων και ἑρπετων
Rom 1:24 διο παρεδωκεν αυτους ὁ θεος εν ταις επιθυμιαις των καρδιων αυτων εις ακαθαρσιαν του ατιμαζεσθαι τα σωματα αυτων εν αυτοις
Rom 1:25 οἱτινες μετηλλαξαν την αληθειαν του θεου εν τω ψευδει και εσεβασθησαν και ελατρευσαν τη κτισει παρα τον κτισαντα ὁς εστιν ευλογητος εις τους αιωνας αμην
Rom 1:26 δια τουτο παρεδωκεν αυτους ὁ θεος εις παθη ατιμιας αἱ τε γαρ θηλειαι αυτων μετηλλαξαν την φυσικην χρησιν εις την παρα φυσιν
Rom 1:27 ὁμοιως τε και οἱ αρσενες αφεντες την φυσικην χρησιν της θηλειας εξευκαυθησαν εν τη ορεξει αυτων εις αλληλους αρσενες εν αρσεσιν την ασχημοσυνην κατεργαζομενοι και την αντιμισθιαν ἡν εδει της πλανης αυτων εν ἑαυτοις απολαμβανοντες
Rom 1:28 και καθως ουκ εδοκιμασαν τον θεον εχειν εν επιγνωσει παρεδωκεν αυτους ὁ θεος εις αδοκιμον νουν ποιειν τα μη καθηκοντα
Rom 1:29 πεπληρωμενους παση αδικια πονηρια πλεονεξια κακια μεστους φθονου φονου εριδος δολου κακοηθειας ψιθυριστας
Rom 1:30 καταλαλους θεοστυγεις ὑβριστας ὑπερηφανους αλαζονας εφευρετας κακων γονευσιν απειθεις
Rom 1:31 ασυνετους ασυνθετους αστοργους ανελεημονας
Rom 1:32 οἱτινες το δικαιωμα του θεου επιγνοντες ὁτι οἱ τα τοιαυτα πρασσοντες αξιοι θανατου εισιν ου μονον αυτα ποιουσιν αλλα και συνευδοκουσιν τοις πρασσουσιν