For while we were still1helpless, 2at the righttime3Christdied for the ungodly.
For one will hardlydie for a righteousman; athoughperhaps for the goodman someone would dareeven to die.
But God4demonstrates5His ownlovetoward us, in that while we were yetsinners, 6Christdied for us.
9Muchmorethen, having now been justifiedb7by His blood, we shall be saved8from the wrath of God through Him.
For if while we were 9enemies we were reconciled to Godthrough the death of His Son, muchmore, having been reconciled, we shall be savedc10by His life.
1111And not only this, dbut we alsoexult in Godthrough our LordJesusChrist, throughwhom we have nowreceived12the reconciliation.
12Therefore , just as through13onemansinentered into the world, and 14deaththroughsin, and 15sodeathspread to allmen, becauseallsinned -
for euntil the Lawsin was in the world, but 16sin is not imputed when there is nolaw.
14Neverthelessdeathreigned from AdamuntilMoses, evenoverthose who had not sinned17in the likeness of the offense of Adam, who is a f18type of Him who was to come.
But gthe freegift is not like the transgression. For if by the transgression of 19the one20the manydied, muchmore did the grace of God and the gift by 21the grace of the oneMan, JesusChrist, abound to the many.
The gift is not like that which came through the one who sinned; for on the onehand22the judgment arose from one transgression hresulting in condemnation, but on the otherhand the freegift arose from manytransgressionsiresulting in justification.