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 Romans 3:3

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 for Romans 3:3

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 on Romans 3:3
    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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