The Epistle to the Romans

  • Romans: Chapter 01 (1534)
    The Epistle of the Apostle Saynct Paul to the Romayns. The fyrst Chapter. Paul the seruaut of Jesus Christ called to be an Apostle put a parte to preache the Gospell of God which he promysed afore by…
  • Romans: Chapter 02 (1534)
    The Epistle to┬áthe Romayns. The .ij. Chapter. Therfore arte thou inexcusable o man whosoever thou be yt iudgest. For in ye same wherin thou iudgest another thou condemnest thy selfe. For thou that iudgest doest eve the same…
  • Romans: Chapter 03 (1534)
    The Epistle to the Romayns. The .iij. Chapter. What preferment then hath the Jewe? other what a vauntageth circumcision? Surely very moche. Fyrst vnto them was committed the worde of God What then though some of them did…
  • Romans: Chapter 04 (1534)
    The Epistle to the Romayns. The .iiij. Chapter. What shall we saye then that Abraham oure father as pertayninge to ye flesshe dyd finde? If Abraham were iustified by dedes the hath he wherin to reioyce: but not…
  • Romans: Chapter 05 (1534)
    The Epistle to the Romayns. The .v. Chapter. Because therfore that we are iustified by fayth we are at peace with god thorow oure Lorde Jesue Christ: by who we have awaye in thorow fayth vnto this grace…
  • Romans: Chapter 06 (1534)
    The Epistle to the Romayns. The .vi. Chapter. What shall we saye then? Shall we continue in synne that there maye be aboundaunce of grace? God forbyd. How shall we that are deed as touchynge synne live eny…
  • Romans: Chapter 07 (1534)
    The Epistle to the Romayns. The .xij. Chapter. Remember ye not brethren (I speake to them yt know the lawe) how that the lawe hath power over a man as longe as it endureth? For the woman which…
  • Romans: Chapter 08 (1534)
    The Epistle to the Romayns. The .viij. Chapter. Ther is then no damnacion to them which are in Christ Jesu which walke not after ye flesshe: but after ye sprete. For the lawe of the sprete yt bringeth…
  • Romans: Chapter 09 (1534)
    The Epistle to the Romayns. The .ix. Chapter. I saye the trueth in Christ and lye not in that wherof my conscience beareth me witnes in the holy gost that I have gret hevynes and continuall sorowe in…
  • Romans: Chapter 10 (1534)
    The Epistle to the Romayns. The .x. Chapter. Brethren my hertes desyre and prayer to God for Israel is that they might be saved. For I beare them recorde that they have a fervet mynde to God warde…
  • Romans: Chapter 11 (1534)
    The Epistle to the Romayns. The .xi. Chapter. I saye then: hath god cast awaye his people? God forbyd. For even I verely am an Israelite of the seed of Abraha and of ye tribe of Ben┬áJamin god…
  • Romans: Chapter 12 (1534)
    The Epistle to the Romayns. The .xij. Chapter. I beseche you therfore brethre by ye mercyfulnes of God that ye make youre bodyes aquicke sacrifise holy and acceptable vnto God which is youre resonable seruynge of god. And…
  • Romans: Chapter 13 (1534)
    The Epistle to the Romayns. The .xiij. Chapter. Let every soule submit him selfe vnto the auctorite of ye hyer powers. For there is no power but of God. The powers that be are ordeyned of God. Whosoever…
  • Romans: Chapter 14 (1534)
    The Epistle to the Romayns. The .xiiij. Chapter. Him that is weake in the fayth receave vnto you not in disputynge and troublynge his conscience. One beleveth that he maye eate all thinge. Another which is weake eateth…
  • Romans: Chapter 15 (1534)
    The Epistle to the Romayns. The .xv. Chapter. We which are stronge ought to beare the fraylnes of them which are weake and not to stonde in oure awne cosaytes. Let every man please his neghbour vnto his…
  • Romans: Chapter 16 (1534)
    The Epistle to the Romayns. The .xvi. Chapter. I commede vnto you Phebe oure sister (which is a minister of the congregacion of Chenchrea) that ye receave her in the Lorde as it becommeth saynctes and that ye…