For they not knowing God's rightwiseness [For they unknowing God's rightwiseness], and seeking to make steadfast their own rightwiseness, be not subject to the rightwiseness of God.
For the end of the law is Christ, to rightwiseness to each man that believeth.
For Moses wrote, For the man that shall do rightwiseness that is of the law, shall live in it.
But the rightwiseness that is of belief, saith thus, Say thou not in thine heart, Who shall ascend into heaven? that is to say, to lead down Christ;
or who shall go down into hell? that is, to again-call Christ from death. [+or who shall do down into deepness, or hell? that is, to again-call Christ from dead.]
But what saith the scripture? The word is nigh in thy mouth, and in thine heart; this is the word of belief, which we preach.
That if thou acknowledge in thy mouth the Lord Jesus Christ, and believest in thine heart, that God raised him from death [that God raised him from dead], thou shalt be safe.
For by heart me believeth to rightwiseness [Forsooth by heart men believeth to rightwiseness], but by mouth acknowledging is made to health.
For why the scripture saith, Each that believeth in him, shall not be confounded.
And there is no distinction of Jew and of Greek; for the same Lord of all is rich into all, that inwardly call him [that in-call him].
For each man, whoever shall inwardly call [whoever shall in-call] the name of the Lord, shall be safe.