Romans 8

1 Therefore, now, not even one downward-judgement to the ones in Christ Jesus.

2 For the law of the Spirit of the life in Christ Jesus, set me free away from of the law of the sin and of the death.

3 For the impossibility of the law in that it was being weak through the flesh, the God sent the Son of Himself in likeness of flesh of sin, and concerning of sin, He downward-judged the sin in the flesh,

4 in order that the requirement of justice of the law might be fulfilled in us, the ones who are not walking-around according to flesh, but according to spirit.

5 For the ones who are being according to flesh, the things of the flesh are minding, but the ones according to spirit the things of the Spirit.

6 For the mind of the flesh is death, but the mind of the Spirit is life and peace;

7 because the mind of the flesh is enmity into God, for to the law of the God it is not being subjected, for not even is it able;

8 Moreover, the ones being in flesh, as to God they are not able to please.

9 But you all not are in flesh but in Spirit, since indeed a Spirit of God is dwelling in you all. Moreover, since a certain one a Spirit of Christ is not having, then this one is not of Him.

10 And since Christ is in you all, then on the one hand the body is dead on account of sin, but on the other hand, the spirit is life on account of a state of justification.

11 And since the Spirit of the One Who raised the Jesus out from dead ones is dwelling in you all, then the One Who raised Christ out from dead ones, will also make alive your particular mortal bodies through His particular Spirit indwelling in you all.

12 Therefore, then, brethren, we are debtors, not to the flesh of the result according to flesh to be living,

13 For since according to flesh you all are living, then you all are about to be dying; and since by Spirit the practices of the body you all are putting to death, then you all will live.

14 For as many as a Spirit of God are being led, these ones are sons of God.

15 For you all did not receive a spirit of slavery again into fear, but you all did receive a spirit of son-place in which we are crying out; Abba, the Father.

16 The Spirit Himself is testifying together with our particular spirit that we are children of God.

17 Moreover, since children, then also heirs; heirs on the one hand of God, but on the other hand, joint-heirs with Christ, since indeed we are suffering with Him in order that we might also be glorified together.

18 For I reckon that the sufferings of the present time are not worthy toward the glory being about to be revealed into us.

19 For the anxious expectation of the creation the revelation of the sons of the God is eagerly waiting.

20 For the creation was subjected to the futility, not willingly, but on account of the One Who subjected it upon hope,

21 that also the creation itself will be set free away from the slavery of the corruption into the freedom of the glory of the children of the God.

22 For we know that all the creation is groaning together and is travailing together until the present time;

23 and not only that, but also we ourselves while having the first-fruit of the Spirit, even we ourselves in ourselves are groaning, eagerly awaiting a son-place, the redemption of our particular body.

24 For by the hope we are saved; but hope being seen is not hope; for what he is seeing, why is he hoping?

25 But since what we are not seeing we are hoping, then through patience we are eagerly awaiting.

26 And likewise also, the Spirit is helping with our particular weakness; for what particular thing we might pray according to what is necessary, we know not, but, the Spirit Himself is pleading for us with inexpressible groanings;

27 and the One Who is searching the hearts knows what the mind of the Spirit is, because according to God He is inwardly interceding on behalf of holy ones.

28 And we know that to the ones loving the God, He is working all things into good, to the ones according to pre-position, being called ones.

29 Because whom He foreknew, He also pre-appointed with-form of the image of His particular Son, into the result for Him to be a first-born in many brethren;

30 And whom He pre-appointed, these ones He also called; and whom He called, these ones He also justified; and whom He justified, these ones He also glorified.

31 What will we say then toward these things? Since the God is on behalf of us, then who can be against us?

32 He Who indeed His own particular Son did not spare, but on behalf of us all gave Him alongside, how will He not also with Him graciously give to us the all things?

33 Who will bring in a charge against God’s chosen ones? God is the One Who is justifying;

34 who is the one who will be downward-judging? Christ [Jesus] the One Who died, more rather also, Who was raised, Who also is in right hand of the God, Who also is inwardly interceding on behalf of us.

35 Who will separate us away from the love of the Christ? Oppression, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?

36 Just as it has been and remains written that, for Your sake we are being killed the whole day, we are reckoned as sheep of slaughter.

37 But in these all things we are overcoming through the One Who loves us.

38 For I have been persuaded that neither death, nor life, nor messengers, nor rulers, nor inwardly standing ones, nor things about to be, nor powers,

39 nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, will be able to separate us away from the love of the God, of the love in Christ Jesus, our particular Lord.

(Changing word order is kept to a minimum.  Commas are added where I felt it was necessary to convey the meaning.  Words in italics are added for easier reading or implied.  The Greek article “the” is preserved and sometimes “particular” is used in place of “the.”   I know there are mistakes and I will correct as I find them.)