Thematic Bible




Thematic Bible



But God commendeth his own love unto us in that - we as yet being sinners, Christ in our behalf died. Much more, then, having now been declared righteous by his blood, shall we be saved through him from the anger. For, if being enemies we were reconciled unto God through the death of his Son, much more, having been reconciled, shall we be saved by his life. read more.
And, not only, so, but are even boasting in God, through our Lord Jesus Christ, - through whom, now, the reconciliation we have received.

The all things, moreover, are of God, - who hath reconciled us unto himself, through Christ, and hath given, unto us, the reconciling ministry: - How that, God, was in Christ, reconciling, a world, unto himself, not reckoning, unto them, their offences, - and hath put, in us, the reconciling discourse.





Seeing that, Christ, we being weak as yet, seasonably, in behalf of such as were ungodly, died. For, scarcely in behalf of a righteous man, will one die, - in behalf of the good man indeed, peradventure one even dareth to die; But God commendeth his own love unto us in that - we as yet being sinners, Christ in our behalf died. read more.
Much more, then, having now been declared righteous by his blood, shall we be saved through him from the anger. For, if being enemies we were reconciled unto God through the death of his Son, much more, having been reconciled, shall we be saved by his life. And, not only, so, but are even boasting in God, through our Lord Jesus Christ, - through whom, now, the reconciliation we have received.





Or know ye not that, wrong-doers, shall not inherit, God's kingdom? Be not deceiving yourselves: - neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor sodomites, Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners - shall inherit, God's kingdom. And, these things, were some of you; but ye bathed them away, - but ye were sanctified, but ye were justified, in the name of ourLord Jesus Christ, and in the Spirit of our God.

For, even we, used, at one time, to be - thoughtless, unyielding, deceived, in servitude unto manifold covetings and pleasures, in malice and envy, leading on, detestable, hating one another. But, when, the graciousness and affection for man of our Saviour God, shone forth, Not by works which we had done in righteousness, but, according to his mercy, he saved us - through means of the bathing of a new birth, and the moulding anew of Holy Spirit. - read more.
Which he poured on us richly, through Jesus Christ our Saviour, In order that, having been declared righteous by his favour, we should be made inheritors, according to hope, of life age-abiding.

Who believed what we have heard? And, the arm of Yahweh, to whom was it revealed? When he came up as a sapling before him. And as a root-sprout out of dry ground, He had neither beauty nor majesty, - When we beheld him, there was nothing to behold, that we should desire him; Despised was he, and forsaken of men, Man of pains and familiar with sickness, - Yea, like one from whom the face is hidden, Despised, and we esteemed him not. read more.
Yet surely, our sicknesses, he, carried, And, as for our pains, he bare the burden of them, - But, we, accounted him stricken. Smitten of God and humbled, Yet, he, was pierced for transgressions that were ours, was crushed for iniquities that were ours, - the chastisement for our well-being, was upon him, And by his stripes, there is healing for us. We all, like sheep, had gone astray, Every man - to his way, had we burned, - And Yahweh! caused to light upon him The guilt of, us all! Hard pressed - yet, he, humbled himself Nor opened his mouth - As, a lamb, to the slaughter, is led, And, as a sheep, before her shearers, is dumb - Nor opened his mouth. By constraint and by sentence, was he taken away, And of his age, who considered That he was cut off out of the land of the living, For my peoples transgression, did the stroke fall on him? And, appointed with lawless men, was his grave, And with the wicked, his tomb, - Though no violence, had he done, Nor was guile in his mouth. Yet, Yahweh, purposed to bruise him, He laid on him sickness: - If his soul become an offering for guilt, He shall see a seed, He shall prolong his days, - And the purpose of Yahweh, in his hand, shall prosper: Of the travail of his soul, shall he see He shall be satisfied with his knowledge, A setting right when set right himself, shall my Servant win for the Many, Since of their iniquities, he, taketh the burden.

That God hath fulfilled, the same, for our children, by raising up Jesus: as also, in the second psalm, it is written - My son, art, thou: I, this day, have begotten thee. And, in that he raised him from among the dead, no more destined to return unto corruption, on this wise hath he spoken - I will give unto you the faithful lovingkindnesses of David. Wherefore also, in a different place , he saith - Thou wilt not give thy man of lovingkindness to see corruption. read more.
For, David, indeed, unto his own generation having done service, by the counsel of God, fell asleep, and was added unto fathers, and saw corruption; But, he whom God hath raised, did not see corruption. Be it known unto you, therefore, brethren, - that, through this man, unto you, remission of sins is declared; And, from all things from which ye could not, by the law of Moses, be justified, by this man, everyone that believeth, is justified.

For, all, have sinned and fall short of the glory of God; Being declared righteous freely by his favour through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus: -

Seeing that, Christ, we being weak as yet, seasonably, in behalf of such as were ungodly, died. For, scarcely in behalf of a righteous man, will one die, - in behalf of the good man indeed, peradventure one even dareth to die; But God commendeth his own love unto us in that - we as yet being sinners, Christ in our behalf died. read more.
Much more, then, having now been declared righteous by his blood, shall we be saved through him from the anger. For, if being enemies we were reconciled unto God through the death of his Son, much more, having been reconciled, shall we be saved by his life. And, not only, so, but are even boasting in God, through our Lord Jesus Christ, - through whom, now, the reconciliation we have received. For this cause, - just as, through one man, sin into the world entered, and through sin, death, - and, so, unto all men death passed through, for that all had sinned; - For, until law, sin was in the world, although sin is not reckoned when there is no law, - Yet still, death reigned from Adam until Moses, even over them who had not sinned after the likeness of the transgression of Adam, - who is a type of the Coming One; - But, not as the fault, so, alsothe decree of favour, for, if, by the fault of the one, the many died, much more, the favour of God and the free-gift in favour, by the one man Jesus Christ, unto the many superabounded; And, not as through one that sinned, is that which is freely given, for, the sentence of judgment, indeed, was - out of one fault into condemnation, whereas, the decree of favour, is - out of many faults, into a recovery of righteousness. For, if, by the fault of the one, death reigned through the one, much more, they who the superabundance of the favour and of the free-gift ofthe righteousness do receive, in life, shall reign through the one, Jesus Christ. Hence then, as through one fault, the sentence was unto all men unto condemnation, so, also, through one recovery of righteousness, the decree of favour is unto all men for righteous acquittal unto life; For, just as, through the disobedience of the one man, sinners, the many were constituted, so, also, through the obedience of the one, righteous, the many shall be constituted -

Knowing, however, that a man is not declared righteous by works of law, nor at all save through faith in Christ Jesus; even we, on Christ Jesus, believed, that we might be declared righteous - by faith in Christ, and not by works of law; because, by works of law, shall no flesh be declared righteous. Now, if in seeking to be declared righteous in Christ we, ourselves also, were found sinners, - is Christ, therefore, a minister, of sin? Far be it! For, if, the things that I pulled down, these, again, I build, a transgressor, I prove, myself, to be. read more.
For, I, through means of law, unto law, died, that, unto God, I might live: - With Christ, have I been crucified; and, living no longer, am, I, but, living in me, is, Christ, - while, so far as I now do live in flesh, by faith, I live - The faith in the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself up in my behalf.

Then, hath he said - Lo! I am come! to do, thy will: - he taketh away the first, that, the second, he may establish: By which will, we have been made holy, through the offering of the body of Jesus Christ, once for all. And, every priest, indeed, standeth daily publicly ministering, and the same sacrifices ofttimes offering, the which never can clear away sins; read more.
But this priest, having offered one sacrifice for sins evermore, sat down on the right hand of God: As for the rest, waiting - until his foes be made his footstool; For, by one offering, hath he perfected for evermore, them who are being made holy.





But, just now, in Christ Jesus, ye, who at one time were afar off, were made nigh in the blood of the Christ; He, in fact, is our peace - who made both one, and, the enclosing middle-wall, took down, The enmity, in his flesh - the law of commandments in decrees - bringing to nought, - that, the two, he might create in himself, into one man of new mould, making peace. read more.
And might fully reconcile them both, in one body, through means of the cross, - slaying the enmity thereby; -

The all things, moreover, are of God, - who hath reconciled us unto himself, through Christ, and hath given, unto us, the reconciling ministry: - How that, God, was in Christ, reconciling, a world, unto himself, not reckoning, unto them, their offences, - and hath put, in us, the reconciling discourse. In behalf of Christ, therefore, are we ambassadors, - as if God were beseeching through us: we entreat, in behalf of Christ, - be reconciled unto God! read more.
Him who knew not sin, in our behalf, he made to be, sin, that we might become God's righteousness in him.

Seeing that, Christ, we being weak as yet, seasonably, in behalf of such as were ungodly, died. For, scarcely in behalf of a righteous man, will one die, - in behalf of the good man indeed, peradventure one even dareth to die; But God commendeth his own love unto us in that - we as yet being sinners, Christ in our behalf died. read more.
Much more, then, having now been declared righteous by his blood, shall we be saved through him from the anger. For, if being enemies we were reconciled unto God through the death of his Son, much more, having been reconciled, shall we be saved by his life. And, not only, so, but are even boasting in God, through our Lord Jesus Christ, - through whom, now, the reconciliation we have received.

For the law, having in a shadow of the destined good things, not the very image of the things, they can never, with the same sacrifices which year by year they offer evermore, make them who approach, perfect; Else would they not, in that case, have ceased being offered, by reason of those rendering the divine service having no further conscience at all of sins, being once for all purified? But, in them, is a recalling to mind of sins, year by year, read more.
For it is impossible for blood of bulls and goats to be taking away sins. Wherefore, coming into the world, he saith: Sacrifice and offering, thou willedst not, but, a body, hast thou fitted for me, - In whole-burnt-offerings and sacrifices for sins, thou didst not delight: Then, said I - Lo! I am come, - in the heading of the scroll, it is written concerning me, - to do, O God, thy will. Higher up, saying - Sacrifices, and offerings, and whole-burnt-offerings, and sacrifices for sins, thou willedst not, neither delightedst in, - the which, according to the law, are offered, Then, hath he said - Lo! I am come! to do, thy will: - he taketh away the first, that, the second, he may establish: By which will, we have been made holy, through the offering of the body of Jesus Christ, once for all. And, every priest, indeed, standeth daily publicly ministering, and the same sacrifices ofttimes offering, the which never can clear away sins; But this priest, having offered one sacrifice for sins evermore, sat down on the right hand of God: As for the rest, waiting - until his foes be made his footstool; For, by one offering, hath he perfected for evermore, them who are being made holy.

Giving thanks unto the Father that hath made you sufficient for your share in the inheritance of the saints in the light, Who hath rescued us out of the authority of the darkness, and translated us into the kingdom of the Son of his love; In whom, we have our redemption - the remission of our sins, - read more.
Who, is an image of the unseen God, Firstborn of all creation, - Because, in him, were created all things in the heavens and upon the earth, the things seen and the things unseen, whether thrones or lordships or principalities or authorities, - they all, through him and for him, have been created, And, he, is before all, and, they all, in him, hold together; And, he, is the head of the body, the assembly, Who is the beginning, Firstborn from among the dead, in order that, he, might become, in all things, himself, pre-eminent; - Because, in him, was all the fullness well pleased to dwell, And, through him, fully to reconcile all things unto him, making peace through the blood of his cross, - through him- whether the things upon the earth or the things in the heavens; And, you, who at one time were estranged and enemies in your mind in your wicked works, yet, now, hath he fully reconciled, In his body of flesh, through means of his death, to present you holy and blameless and unaccusable before him, -

But, Jesus, made some little less than messengers, we do behold: by reason of the suffering of death, crowned with glory and honour, to the end that, by favour of God, in behalf of every one, he might taste of death. For it was becoming in him - For the sake of whom are the all things, and by means of whom are the all things, - when, many sons, unto glory, he would lead, The Princely Leader of their salvation, through sufferings, to make perfect. For, both he that maketh holy, and they who are being made holy, are, all, of One; For which cause, he is not ashamed to be calling them, brethren, read more.
saying - I will declare thy name unto my brethren, in the midst of an assembly, will I sing praise unto thee; and again - I, will be confident upon him; and again - Lo! I, and the children which, unto me, God, hath given. Seeing therefore the children have received a fellowship of blood and flesh, he also, in like manner, took partnership in the same, - in order that, through death, - he might paralyse him that held the dominion of death, that is, the Adversary, - And might release these - as many as, by fear of death, were all their lifetime liable, to bondage. For, not surely of messengers, is he laying hold, but, of Abraham's seed, he is laying hold. Whence he was obliged, in every way, unto the brethren, to be made like, that he might become a merciful and faithful high-priest, in the things pertaining unto God, - for the making of propitiation for the sins of the people.











The righteous one, hath perished, And not a man, hath taken it to heart - Yea the men of lovingkindness, have been withdrawn No one considering, That from the presence of calamity, hath the righteous been withdrawn. He entereth into peace, Let them rest upon their couches, - Each one who went on a straight path.

Alas for me! for I am become as gatherings of summer fruit, as gleaning-grapes in harvest, there is no cluster to eat, the first ripe fruit, my soul, craved. Perished is the man of lovingkindness out of the earth, and, upright among men, is there none, - they all, for bloodshed, lie in wait. Every man - for his brother, do they hunt as for one devoted to destruction.

Seeing that, Christ, we being weak as yet, seasonably, in behalf of such as were ungodly, died. For, scarcely in behalf of a righteous man, will one die, - in behalf of the good man indeed, peradventure one even dareth to die; But God commendeth his own love unto us in that - we as yet being sinners, Christ in our behalf died. read more.
Much more, then, having now been declared righteous by his blood, shall we be saved through him from the anger.

And, ye, became, imitators of us, and of the Lord, giving welcome unto the word, in much tribulation, with joy of Holy Spirit; So that ye became an ensample unto all who were coming to the faith, in Macedonia and in Achaia: From you, in fact, hath sounded forth the word of the Lord - not only m Macedonia and in Achaia, but, in every place, your faith which is toward God, hath gone forth, so that, no need, have we to be saying anything; read more.
For, they themselves, concerning us, do tell - what manner of entrance we had unto you, and how ye turned unto God from the idols - to be serving a living and true God, And awaiting his Son out of the heavens - whom he raised from among the dead, - Jesus: Who is to rescue us out of the anger that is coming.

For, all ye, are, sons of light, and sons of day, - we are not of night, nor of darkness: Hence, then, let us not be sleeping, as the rest, but let us watch and be sober: - For, they that sleep, by night, do sleep, and, they that drink, by night, do drink: - read more.
But, we, being of the day, let us be sober, putting on a breastplate of faith and love, and, for helmet, the hope of salvation. Because God did not appoint us unto anger, but unto acquiring salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ: - Who died for us, in order that, whether we be watching or sleeping, together with him, we should live. Wherefore be consoling one another, and building up, each the other, - even as ye are also doing.