10 You see, however many people continue their existence from the midst of observances and works of Law
(= Everyone who lives by deeds and actions based upon the Torah) are continuously under a curse
(a negative, down-focused or adversarial prayer; an imprecation), for it has been and now stands written, namely that, "A curse
(or: an adversarial prayer; imprecation) [is settled
] upon all
(or: [is] added to everyone) not constantly remaining within all the things having been and standing written within the scroll of the Law
[= Torah], in order to do them."
] that within
] Law no one is in process of
(or: in union with [the] Law or some legal practice or custom is no one normally) being rightwised
(put in right relationship; made just, fair, equitable, set free from guilt, or, placed within the Way pointed out; also: = made a covenant member) at God's side
(or: with God) [is
] clearly visible and evident, because, "the fair and equitable man
(the one in right relationship within the Way pointed out; the just one) will continue to live from out of faith
(or: the one [who is] just from out of faith, trust, and conviction, will progressively live),"
12 yet the Law is not
(or: [Torah] does not have its existence) [springing
] forth from out of faith and trust, but to the contrary, "the one ‘doing and performing’ them shall be constantly living
] within them
(or: in union with these things)."
13 Christ bought us
(or: redeems and reclaims us out by payment of the ransom) from the midst of the curse
(or: adversarial prayer; imprecation) of and from the Law, while becoming
(or: birthing Himself to be) a curse
(or: accursed One; an [embodied] adversarial prayer) for our sakes
(or: over our [situation]) – for it has been and now stands written: "A curse
(an adversarial prayer) [is settled
] upon all
(or: [is] added to everyone) continuing hanging upon a tree
(or: wood; a stake or pole)"
, omitting the phrase “by God,” after the word “curse”] –