Romans 6 Bishops' Bible 1568

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Rom 6:1 What shall we saye then? Shall we continue in sinne, that grace maye abound? God forbyd. Rom 6:2 Howe shall we that are dead to sinne, lyue any longer therin? Rom 6:3 Knowe ye not, that all we whiche haue ben baptized into Iesus Christe, haue ben baptized into his death? Rom 6:4 We are buryed then with him by baptisme into his death, that lykewyse as Christe was raysed vp from the dead by the glorie of the father: euen so, we also shoulde walke in newnesse of lyfe. Rom 6:5 For if we be graft together by the likenesse of his death: euen so shall we be [partakers] of the resurrection: Rom 6:6 Knowyng this, that our olde man is crucified with hym also, that the body of sinne might vtterly be destroyed, that hencefoorth we shoulde not serue sinne. Rom 6:7 For he that is dead, is iustified from sinne. Rom 6:8 And yf we be dead with Christe, we beleue that we shall also lyue with him: Rom 6:9 Knowyng that Christe beyng raysed from the dead, dyeth no more, death hath no more power ouer hym. Rom 6:10 For as touchyng that he dyed, he dyed concerning sinne once: And as touching that he lyueth, he lyueth vnto God. Rom 6:11 Lykewyse, recken your selues to be dead to sinne, but alyue vnto God, thorowe Iesus Christe our Lorde. Rom 6:12 Let not sinne raigne therefore in your mortall bodie, that ye shoulde thervnto obey by the lustes of it. Rom 6:13 Neither geue ye your members as instrumentes of vnryghteousnesse vnto sinne: but geue your selues vnto God, as they that are alyue from the dead, and your members as instrumentes of ryghteousnesse vnto God. Rom 6:14 For sinne shall not haue power ouer you, because ye are not vnder ye lawe, but vnder grace. Rom 6:15 What then? Shall we sinne, because we are not vnder the lawe, but vnder grace? God forbyd. Rom 6:16 Knowe ye not, how that to whom soeuer ye commit your selues as seruauntes to obey, his seruauntes ye are to whom ye obey: whether it be of sinne vnto death, or of obedience vnto ryghteousnesse? Rom 6:17 But God be thanked, that ye were the seruautes of sinne: but ye haue obeyed with heart the fourme of doctrine, into the which ye were brought vnto. Rom 6:18 Being then made free fro sinne, ye are become ye seruauntes of ryghteousnesse. Rom 6:19 I speake after the maner of men, because of the infirmitie of your fleshe. As ye haue geuen your members seruauntes to vncleannesse and iniquitie, vnto iniquitie: euen so nowe geue your members seruauntes to righteousnesse, vnto holynesse. Rom 6:20 For when ye were the seruauntes of sinne, ye were free from ryghteousnesse. Rom 6:21 What fruite had ye then in those thynges, wherof ye are nowe ashamed? For the ende of those thynges, is death. Rom 6:22 But nowe ye beyng made free from sinne, and made the seruauntes of God, haue your fruite vnto holynesse, and the ende euerlastyng lyfe. Rom 6:23 For the rewarde of sinne is death: but the gyft of God is eternall lyfe, thorowe Iesus Christe our Lorde.

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