What then shall we say? are we still to continue in sin that favour may abound?
What then? Shall we sin, because we are not under law but under favour? Far be it!
Or, the riches of his kindness, and forbearance, and long-suffering, dost thou despise, - not knowing that, the kindness of God, unto repentance, is leading thee?
But, if, our unrighteousness, commendeth, God's righteousness, what shall we say? Surely, not unrighteous, is God who visiteth with his anger? After the manner of men, I am speaking, -
Do we then make, law, void through means of our faith? Far be it! On the contrary, law, we do establish!
Law, however, gained admission, in order that the fault might abound, but, where the sin abounded, the favour greatly superabounded:
For, ye, on a footing of freedom, were called, brethren, - only, turn not your freedom into an occasion to the flesh, but, by means of your love, be serving one another;
As free, yet, not as a cloak of vice, holding your freedom, but, as God's servants.
For, great swelling words of vanity, uttering, they entice with carnal covetings - in wanton ways - them who are, well-nigh, escaping from the men who, in error, have their behaviour;
For there have crept in unobserved certain men, who, from of old, have been publicly notified for this sentence, ungodly, men, the favour of our God, turning into wantonness, and, our only Master and Lord, Jesus Christ, denying.