Diaglott(i) 12 If but Anointed is proclaimed, that out of dead ones has been raised, how say some among you, that a resurrection of dead ones not is? 13 If but a resurrection of dead ones not is, not even Anointed has been raised; 14 if but Anointed not has been raised, void then the preaching of us, void and also the faith of you. 15 We are found and even false witnesses of the God; because we testified concerning the God, that he raised up the Anointed, whom not he raised up, if indeed dead ones not are raised up. 16 If for dead ones not are raised up, not even Anointed has been raised; 17 if but Anointed not has been raised; deceptive the faith of you; still you are in the sins of you; 18 then also those having fallen asleep in Anointed, perished. 19 If in the life this having been hoping we are in Anointed alone, more pitiable of all men we are. 20 Now but Anointed has been raised up out of dead ones, a first-fruit of those having fallen asleep. 21 Since for through a man the death, also through a man a resurrection of dead ones. 22 As for in the Adam all die, so also in the Anointed all will be made alive. 23 Each one and in the own band; a first-fruit Anointed, after that those of the Anointed, in the presence of him; 24 then the end, when he should have delivered up the kingdom to the God and Father, when he should have abrogated all government and all authority and power. 25 It behooves for him to reign, till he may have placed all the enemies under the feet of him. 26 Last enemy is rendered powerless the death; 27 all things for he subjected under the feet of him. When but it may be said, that all things have been subjected, it is evident, that is excepted the one having subjected to him the all things.