Diaglott(i) 1 What then shall we say Abraham the father of us to have found according to flesh? 2 If for Abraham from works was justified, he has boasting, but not towards the God. 3 What for the writings says? Believed and Abraham the God, and it was counted to him for righteousness. 4 To him but working the reward not is counted according to favor, but according to debt; 5 to him but not working, believing but on the one justifying the ungodly, is counted the faith of himself for righteousness; 6 even as and David speaks the blessedness of the man, to whom the God counts righteousness without works; 7 blessed ones, of whom are forgiven the iniquities, and of whom are covered over the sins; 8 blessed man, to whom not not may count Lord sin. 9 The blessedness then this, on the circumcision or also on the uncircumcision? We say for, that was counted to the Abraham the faith for righteousness. 10 How then was it counted? in circumcision being, or in uncircumcision? Not in circumcision, but in uncircumcision; 11 and a sign he received of circumcision, a seal of the righteousness of the faith of that in the uncircumcision; in order that to be him a father of all of those believing through uncircumcision, (in order that to be counted also to them the righteousness,) 12 and a father of circumcision, to those not from circumcision alone, but also to those treading in the footsteps of the in uncircumcision faith of the father of us Abraham. 13 Not for through law the promise to the Abraham, or the seed of him, that a possessor him to be of a world, but through a righteousness of faith. 14 If for those of law, possessors, has been made void the faith, and has been multiplied the promise; 15 the for law wrath works out; where for not is law, neither transgression. 16 On account of this from faith, so that according to favor; in order that to be sure the promise to all the seed, not to that from the law alone, but also to that from faith Abraham who is a father of all of us; 17 even as it has been written: That a father of many nations I have placed thee;) in presence of whom he believed of God, of that making alive the dead ones, and calling the things not being as being. 18 Who contrary to hope in hope believed, in order that to have become him a father of many nations, (according to that having been spoken: Thus shall be the seed of thee;) 19 and not having grown weak in the faith, not he regarded the of himself body already having been deadened, an hundred years old thereabouts being, and the deadness of the womb of Sarah; 20 against and the promise of the God not he disputed in the unbelief, but was made strong in the faith, giving glory to the God, 21 and having been fully assured, that what has been promised, able he is also to do. 22 Wherefore also it was counted to him for righteousness. 23 Not it was written but on account of him alone, that it was counted to him; 24 but also on account of us, to whom it is about to be counted, to those believing on the one having raised up Jesus the Lord of us out of dead ones; 25 who was delivered up on account of the offences of us, and was raised up on account of the justification of us.