Thus David congratulates the man and pronounces a blessing on him to whom God credits righteousness apart from the works he does:
just as David also speaks of the blessing on the man to whom God credits righteousness apart from works:
Even as David also describeth the blessedness of the man, unto whom God imputeth righteousness without works,
Likewise, David also speaks of the blessing of the man God credits righteousness to apart from works:
Likewise, David also speaks of the blessedness of the person whom God regards as righteous apart from actions:
Just as David also tells the blessedness of the man to whom God imputes righteousness independent of works,
Even as David also pronounceth blessing upon the man, unto whom God reckoneth righteousness apart from works,
Even King David also spoke of the blessing experienced by the person who was considered righteous by God apart from doing good deeds.
Even as David also speaks of the blessedness of the man to whom God counts righteousness without works, saying:
As David says that there is a blessing on the man to whose account God puts righteousness without works, saying,
So also David describes the blessedness of the man to whom God reckons righteousness apart from works:
even as David also speaks of the happiness of the man whom God accounted righteous independently of his works,
Even as David also declares the blessedness of the man to whom God reckons righteousness without works:
Indeed David also speaks of the blessedness of the man, to whom God imputes righteousness without works,
So David himself says of the happiness of those to whom God credits uprightness without any reference to their actions,
So David also describeth the happiness of the man, to whom God imputeth righteousness without works:
Even as David also describes the blessedness of the man unto whom God doth attribute righteousness without works,
As also David speaks the happiness of the man, to whom God reckons justice without works,
Even as David also describes the blessedness of the man, unto whom God imputes righteousness without works,
just as David also speaks about the blessing of the person to whom God credits righteousness apart from works:
Even as David also says of the blessedness of the man to whom God imputes righteousness without works,
Even as David describeth the blessedfulness of the man, unto whom God ascribeth righteousness without deeds,
Just as David himself describes the bliss of the man who has righteousness counted to him by God apart from what he does ??7 Blessed are they whose breaches of the Law are forgiven, whose sins are covered!
Just as David also speaks of the blessedness of the man to whom God imputes righteousness apart from actions.
So even David himself speaks regarding the blessedness of the man to whom God credits righteousness apart from works:
Even as David also pronounces blessing on the man to whom God counts righteousness apart from works,
as David also speaketh of the blessedness of the man whom God accepteth as righteous without works:
As David describes the blessedness of the man to whom the Lord accounts righteousness without works,
Just as David also affirmeth the happiness of the man unto whom God reckoneth righteousness apart from works: -
As David also describeth the blessedness of that man, to whom God imputeth righteousness without works,
In precisely the same way David speaks of the blessing pronounced upon the man who is regarded by God as righteous apart from actions--
Even as David also describeth the blessedness of the man to whom God imputeth righteousness without works,
In this way David also tells of the blessedness of the man to whose credit God places righteousness, apart from his actions.
So David, too, describes the happiness of the man to whom God credits right standing with Himself, without the things he does having anything to do with it:
Even as David also pronounces blessing on the man to whom God counts righteousness apart from works,
Even as David also speaks of the blessedness of the man to whom God reckoneth righteousness, apart from works,
As David also describeth the blessedness of the man to whom: God imputeth righteousness without works, saying,
even as David also doth speak of the happiness of the man to whom God doth reckon righteousness apart from works:
Word Count of 38 Translations in Romans 4:6
Prayers for Romans 4:6
5 But to one who, not working [by the Law], trusts (believes fully) in Him Who justifies the ungodly, his faith is credited to him as righteousness (the standing acceptable to God). 6 Thus David congratulates the man and pronounces a blessing on him to whom God credits righteousness apart from the works he does: 7 Blessed and happy and to be envied are those whose iniquities are forgiven and whose sins are covered up and completely buried.
Happy are you, O Israel, and blessing is yours! Who is like you, a people saved by the Lord, the Shield of your help, the Sword that exalts you! Your enemies shall come fawning and cringing, and submit feigned obedience to you, and you shall march on their high places.
Blessed (happy, fortunate, prosperous, and enviable) is the man who walks and lives not in the counsel of the ungodly [following their advice, their plans and purposes], nor stands [submissive and inactive] in the path where sinners walk, nor sits down [to relax and rest] where the scornful [and the mockers] gather.
Praise the Lord! (Hallelujah!) Blessed (happy, fortunate, to be envied) is the man who fears (reveres and worships) the Lord, who delights greatly in His commandments.
Happy (blessed, fortunate, enviable) is he who has the God of [special revelation to] Jacob for his help, whose hope is in the Lord his God,
Only in the Lord shall one say, I have righteousness (salvation and victory) and strength [to achieve]. To Him shall all come who were incensed against Him, and they shall be ashamed.
But no weapon that is formed against you shall prosper, and every tongue that shall rise against you in judgment you shall show to be in the wrong. This [peace, righteousness, security, triumph over opposition] is the heritage of the servants of the Lord [those in whom the ideal Servant of the Lord is reproduced]; this is the righteousness or the vindication which they obtain from Me [this is that which I impart to them as their justification], says the Lord.
For thus says the Lord concerning the house of the king of Judah: [If you will not listen to Me, though] you are [as valuable] to Me as [the fat pastures of] Gilead [east of the Jordan] or as the [plentiful] summit of Lebanon [west of the Jordan], yet surely I will make you a wilderness and uninhabited cities.
In those days Judah shall be saved and Jerusalem shall dwell safely. And this is the name by which it will be called, The Lord is Our Righteousness (our Rightness, our Justice).
Seventy weeks [of years, or 490 years] are decreed upon your people and upon your holy city [Jerusalem], to finish and put an end to transgression, to seal up and make full the measure of sin, to purge away and make expiation and reconciliation for sin, to bring in everlasting righteousness (permanent moral and spiritual rectitude in every area and relation) to seal up vision and prophecy and prophet, and to anoint a Holy of Holies.
Blessed (happy, to be envied, and spiritually prosperous -- " with life-joy and satisfaction in God's favor and salvation, regardless of their outward conditions) are the poor in spirit (the humble, who rate themselves insignificant), for theirs is the kingdom of heaven!
For in the Gospel a righteousness which God ascribes is revealed, both springing from faith and leading to faith [disclosed through the way of faith that arouses to more faith]. As it is written, The man who through faith is just and upright shall live and shall live by faith.
For no person will be justified (made righteous, acquitted, and judged acceptable) in His sight by observing the works prescribed by the Law. For [the real function of] the Law is to make men recognize and be conscious of sin [ not mere perception, but an acquaintance with sin which works toward repentance, faith, and holy character].
Then what becomes of [our] pride and [our] boasting? It is excluded (banished, ruled out entirely). On what principle? [On the principle] of doing good deeds? No, but on the principle of faith.
Is this blessing (happiness) then meant only for the circumcised, or also for the uncircumcised? We say that faith was credited to Abraham as righteousness.
He received the mark of circumcision as a token or an evidence [and] seal of the righteousness which he had by faith while he was still uncircumcised -- "[faith] so that he was to be made the father of all who [truly] believe, though without circumcision, and who thus have righteousness (right standing with God) imputed to them and credited to their account,
But [they were written] for our sakes too. [Righteousness, standing acceptable to God] will be granted and credited to us also who believe in (trust in, adhere to, and rely on) God, Who raised Jesus our Lord from the dead,
Well then, as one man's trespass [one man's false step and falling away led] to condemnation for all men, so one Man's act of righteousness [leads] to acquittal and right standing with God and life for all men.
But it is from Him that you have your life in Christ Jesus, Whom God made our Wisdom from God, [revealed to us a knowledge of the divine plan of salvation previously hidden, manifesting itself as] our Righteousness [thus making us upright and putting us in right standing with God], and our Consecration [making us pure and holy], and our Redemption [providing our ransom from eternal penalty for sin].
For our sake He made Christ [virtually] to be sin Who knew no sin, so that in and through Him we might become [ endued with, viewed as being in, and examples of] the righteousness of God [what we ought to be, approved and acceptable and in right relationship with Him, by His goodness].
And the Scripture, foreseeing that God would justify (declare righteous, put in right standing with Himself) the Gentiles in consequence of faith, proclaimed the Gospel [foretelling the glad tidings of a Savior long beforehand] to Abraham in the promise, saying, In you shall all the nations [of the earth] be blessed.
To the end that through [their receiving] Christ Jesus, the blessing [promised] to Abraham might come upon the Gentiles, so that we through faith might [all] receive [the realization of] the promise of the [Holy] Spirit.
What has become of that blessed enjoyment and satisfaction and self-congratulation that once was yours [in what I taught you and in your regard for me]? For I bear you witness that you would have torn out your own eyes and have given them to me [to replace mine], if that were possible.
May blessing (praise, laudation, and eulogy) be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ (the Messiah) Who has blessed us in Christ with every spiritual (given by the Holy Spirit) blessing in the heavenly realm!
For it is by free grace (God's unmerited favor) that you are saved ( delivered from judgment and made partakers of Christ's salvation) through [your] faith. And this [salvation] is not of yourselves [of your own doing, it came not through your own striving], but it is the gift of God;
And that I may [actually] be found and known as in Him, not having any [self-achieved] righteousness that can be called my own, based on my obedience to the Law's demands (ritualistic uprightness and supposed right standing with God thus acquired), but possessing that [genuine righteousness] which comes through faith in Christ (the Anointed One), the [truly] right standing with God, which comes from God by [saving] faith.
[For it is He] Who delivered and saved us and called us with a calling in itself holy and leading to holiness [to a life of consecration, a vocation of holiness]; [He did it] not because of anything of merit that we have done, but because of and to further His own purpose and grace (unmerited favor) which was given us in Christ Jesus before the world began [eternal ages ago].
Simon Peter, a servant and apostle (special messenger) of Jesus Christ, to those who have received (obtained an equal privilege of) like precious faith with ourselves in and through the righteousness of our God and Savior Jesus Christ: