Romans 3:26 CSB

26 He presented Him to demonstrate His righteousness at the present time, so that He would be righteous and declare righteousa the one who has faith in Jesus.

References for Romans 3:26

    • v 3:26 - Or and justify, or and acquit

      Study tools for Romans 3:26

      • a 3:4 - Ps 116:11 LXX
      • b 3:4 - Ps 51:4
      • c 3:5 - Or shows, or demonstrates
      • d 3:5 - Lit I speak as a man
      • e 3:9 - Are we Jews any better than the Gentiles?
      • f 3:9 - Lit Greeks
      • g 3:9 - Under sin's power or dominion
      • h 3:10 - Paul constructs this charge from a chain of OT quotations, mainly from the Psalms.
      • i 3:12 - Ps 14:1-3; 53:1-3; see Ec 7:20
      • j 3:13 - Ps 5:9
      • k 3:13 - Ps 140:3
      • l 3:14 - Ps 10:7
      • m 3:17 - Isaiah 59:7-8
      • n 3:18 - Ps 36:1
      • o 3:19 - Lit those in the law
      • p 3:19 - Or become guilty before God, or may be accountable to God
      • q 3:20 - Or will be declared righteous, or will be acquitted
      • r 3:21 - When capitalized, the Law and the Prophets OT
      • s 3:22 - Or through the faithfulness of Jesus Christ
      • t 3:23 - Or and lack the
      • u 3:25 - Or as a propitiatory sacrifice, or as an offering of atonement, or as a mercy seat; see Heb 9:5. The word propitiation has to do with the removal of divine wrath. Jesus' death is the means that turns God's wrath from the sinner; see 2 Co 5:21.
      • v 3:26 - Or and justify, or and acquit
      • w 3:27 - Or what principle?
      • x 3:27 - Or a principle