Romans 3:3

“For what if some did not believe? shall their unbelief make the faith of God without effect?”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations

For what if some did not beleeue? shall their vnbeliefe make the faith of God without effect?
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

What then? If some did not believe, their unbelief will not nullify the faithfulness of God, will it?
- New American Standard Version (1995)

For what if some were without faith? shall their want of faith make of none effect the faithfulness of God?
- American Standard Version (1901)

And if some have no faith, will that make the faith of God without effect?
- Basic English Bible

For what? if some have not believed, shall their unbelief make the faith of God of none effect?
- Darby Bible

For what if some did not believe? will their unbelief make the faith of God without effect?
- Webster's Bible

For what if some Jews have proved unfaithful? Shall their faithlessness render God's faithfulness worthless?
- Weymouth Bible

For what if some were without faith? Will their lack of faith nullify the faithfulness of God?
- World English Bible

And what if summe of hem bileueden not? Whethir the vnbileue of hem hath auoidid the feith of God?
- Wycliffe Bible

for what, if certain were faithless? shall their faithlessness the faithfulness of god make useless?
- Youngs Literal Bible

Bible commentary

Wesley's Notes for Romans 3:3

3:3 Shall their unbelief disannul the faithfulness of God - Will he not still make good his promises to them that do believe?

People's Bible Notes for Romans 3:3

Ro 3:3 What if some did not believe? In this verse the Jew raises a second objection. God has made a promise to Abraham to be a God to him and to his seed in all generations (Ge 17:7). "Shall God's faithfulness be made of none effect, his promise be broken, because a great part of Israel does not believe upon the promised Seed of Abraham, who was to bless all nations"?

Discussion for Romans 3:3

  • Louvenia Green Hicks for verse 3
    I "DO" know this: JEHOVAH GOD spoke "verbally" three things to me during the trial. In 1 John 4:1, I found it to be a spiritual warfare. I was "not" prepared. It took me to the edge of sanity, a battle in the mind that produced visible revelation.
    1. Louvenia, who comes to ME and reasons with ME or persuade ME that I may change my mind;
    2. Louvenia, who decides between you (man) and ME (GOD HIMSELF) who is right or who is wrong;
    3. HE said to me: you go to your director and he tells you something, then your co-worker tells you something else, now you change your mind with new information. JEHOVAH GOD said, look I know "all" things. I AM ALMIGHTY GOD, no one can come to ME and tell ME anything I do not already know. This is why I do not change my mind/break a promise. The spiritual warfare left me undecided toward life, knowing that ALL things are in subjections to ALMIGHTY GOD approval. So NO, NO, NO, if men believe or do not believe, I believe this does not move GOD to break HIS promise or HIS will. Trust me, By faith! I requested death (cursed! myself), in order to separate myself from the very thing I was in the midst of. Only to awake! And find myself instructed and repositioned, in that very thing! I was in the midst of 1 John 4:1 Spiritual warfare. I personally found that death did not separate me from ALMIGHTY JEHOVAH GOD, because I knew what death is.

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