Romans 1:6

“Among whom are ye also the called of Jesus Christ:”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations

Among whom are ye also the called of Iesus Christ.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

among whom you also are the called of Jesus Christ;
- New American Standard Version (1995)

among whom are ye also called `to be' Jesus Christ's:
- American Standard Version (1901)

Among whom you in the same way have been marked out to be disciples of Jesus Christ:
- Basic English Bible

among whom are *ye* also [the] called of Jesus Christ:
- Darby Bible

Among whom are ye also the called of Jesus Christ:
- Webster's Bible

among whom you also, called, as you have been, to belong to Jesus Christ, are numbered:
- Weymouth Bible

among whom you are also called to belong to Jesus Christ;
- World English Bible

among whiche ye ben also clepid of Jhesu Crist,
- Wycliffe Bible

among whom are also ye, the called of Jesus Christ;
- Youngs Literal Bible

Bible commentary

Wesley's Notes for Romans 1:6

1:6 Among whom - The nations brought to the obedience of faith. Are ye also - But St. Paul gives them no preeminence above others.

People's Bible Notes for Romans 1:6

Ro 1:6 Among whom are ye also the called. From among "all nations" (Ro 1:5). The members of the church at Rome, though partly Jews, were mostly Gentiles. They had heard the gospel call, had obeyed it, and were now "the called of Jesus Christ". In Ro 1:7, they are said to be "called to be saints".

Discussion for Romans 1

  • Francis
    The Natural affection in 1:31 means LOVE. So without natural affection means hatred. It can also mean that, scientifically, naturally positive attracts negative. Unlike poles should repel but that is not the case today. Men are attracted to men and likewise the woman. Verse 32 says, not only those who do or engage themselves in such things are worthy of death but also those who approve of it.
  • Isaiah Sewage
    I LOVE ROMANS 1:12!!
  • Rena
    Verse 4 of this chapter is the key to understanding that the book of Romans compares and contrasts the sinful Adamic nature of mankind to the Holy nature of Jesus, God's Son. His Holiness is the basis for His resurrection, mankind's salvation, and our daily walk with Him.
  • Lilian
    For therein the righteousness of God revealed from faith to faith. The Just shall live by faith.
    We should walk by faith and not by sight
    Thank you Jesus for giving me faith without your faith as a gift given to me its impossible to please I will praise you and worship you alone for you are worthy shalom my Rock and my salvation amen
  • Steve morrow
  • Randy
    Hey there Austin! Yep, I hear what you're saying. It's funny, because the god they worship doesn't mind their godlessness. And they think they are moral. Verse 28 sure fits. Don't know your email.

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