that shall yield to each man after his works;
soothly to them that be by patience of good work, glory, and honour, and uncorruption, to them that seek everlasting life;
but to them that be of strife, and that assent not to truth, but believe to wickedness, wrath and indignation,
tribulation and anguish, into each soul of man that worketh evil, to the Jew first, and to the Greek [of Jew first and of the Greek];
but glory, and honour, and peace, to each man that worketh good thing, to the Jew first, and to the Greek.
For acception of persons [that is, to put one before another without desert,] is not with God.
For whoever have sinned without the law, shall perish without the law; and whoever have sinned in the law, they shall be deemed by the law. [For whoever sin without law, shall perish without law; and whoever in the law sin, shall be deemed by the law.]
For the hearers of the law be not just with God, but the doers of the law shall be made just.
For when heathen men that have not law, do naturally [do by kind] those things that be of the law, they not having such manner [of] law, be law to themselves,
that show the work of the law written in their hearts. For the conscience of them yieldeth to them a witnessing betwixt themselves of thoughts that be accusing or defending, [that show the work of law written in their hearts; the conscience of them yielding to them a witnessing and between themselves of thoughts accusing or also defending,]
in the day when God shall deem the privy things of men after my gospel, by Jesus Christ.