Mounce Reverse Interlinear New Testament
10 For gar the death hos he died apothnēskō, he died apothnēskō to ho sin hamartia once ephapax for all ; but de the life hos he lives zaō, he lives zaō to ho God theos. 11 So houtōs you hymeis too kai consider logizomai yourselves heautou to be eimi dead nekros to ho sin hamartia but de alive zaō to ho God theos in en Christ Christos Jesus Iēsous. 12 Therefore oun do not mē let sin hamartia reign basileuō · ho in en · ho your hymeis mortal thnētos body sōma so eis that you obey hypakouō · ho its autos desires epithumia. 13 Do not mēde continue to present paristēmi · ho your hymeis members melos to ho sin hamartia as instruments hoplon for unrighteousness adikia, but alla present paristēmi yourselves heautou to ho God theos as hōsei alive zaō from ek the dead nekros, and kai · ho your hymeis members melos to ho God theos as instruments hoplon for righteousness dikaiosynē. 14 For gar sin hamartia will kyrieuō not ou have mastery kyrieuō over you hymeis, since gar you are eimi not ou under hypo law nomos but alla under hypo grace charis.
15 What tis then oun? Should we sin hamartanō because hoti we are eimi not ou under hypo law nomos but alla under hypo grace charis? By no means mē! 16 Do you not ou know oida that hoti if you present paristēmi yourselves heautou to someone hos as eis obedient hypakoē slaves, you are eimi slaves of the one whom hos you obey hypakouō, either ētoi of sin hamartia, which leads eis to death thanatos, or ē of obedience hypakoē, which leads eis to righteousness dikaiosynē? 17 But de thanks charis be to ho God theos that hoti though you were eimi slaves of ho sin hamartia, you became obedient hypakouō · de from ek the heart kardia to eis that pattern typos of teaching didachē to which hos you were committed paradidōmi, 18 and de having been set eleutheroō free from apo · ho sin hamartia, you became slaves douloō of ho righteousness dikaiosynē.Read full chapter