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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Romans 3:18


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    King James Bible - Romans 3:18

    There is no fear of God before their eyes.

    World English Bible

    "There is no fear of God before their
    eyes."

    Douay-Rheims - Romans 3:18

    There is no fear of God before their
    eyes.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    There is no fear of God before their
    eyes.

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    VERSE (18) -
    Ge 20:11 Ps 36:1 Pr 8:13; 16:6; 23:17 Lu 23:40 Re 19:5

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 3:18

    no hay temor de Dios delante de sus ojos.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Romans 3:18

    Verse 18. There is no
    fear of God before their eyes.] This completes their bad character; they are downright atheists, at least practically such.

    They fear not God's judgments, although his eye is upon them in their evil ways. There is not one article of what is charged against the Jews and Gentiles here that may not be found justified by the histories of both, in the most ample manner. And what was true of them in those primitive times is true of them still. With very little variation, these are the evils in which the vast mass of mankind delight and live. Look especially at men in a state of warfare; look at the nations of Europe, who enjoy most of the light of God; see what has taken place among them from 1792 to 1814; see what destruction of millions, and what misery of hundreds of millions, have been the consequence of Satanic excitement in fallen, ferocious passions! O SIN, what hast thou done! How many myriads of souls hast thou hurried, unprepared, into the eternal world! Who, among men or angels, can estimate the greatness of this calamity! this butchery of souls! What widows, what orphans, are left to deplore their sacrificed husbands and parents, and their own consequent wretchedness! And whence sprang all this? From that, whence come all wars and fightings; the evil desires of men; the lust of dominion; the insatiable thirst for money; and the desire to be sole and independent. This is the sin that ruined our first parents, expelled them from paradise, and which has descended to all their posterity; and proves fully, incontestably proves, that we are their legitimate offspring; the fallen progeny of fallen parents; children in whose ways are destruction and misery; in whose heart there is no faith; and before whose eyes there is nothing of the fear of God.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 18. There is no fear of God before their eyes .] The place referred to is ( Psalm 36:1), by the fear of God, is not meant a fear of God's wrath, of hell and damnation; nor a fearful distrust of his presence, power, providence, and grace; much less an hypocritical fear; but a reverential affection for God, and which is peculiar to the children of God, which springs from a sense of divine goodness, is attended with holiness of heart and life, is consistent with faith, even full assurance of it, and with spiritual joy in its highest degree; it stands opposed to pride and haughtiness, and is a blessing of the covenant of grace: now this is not to be found in unregenerate men, for this springs from grace, and not nature, and is only implanted in the heart in conversion; it appears from the whole life and conversation of unconverted men, that the fear of God is not in their hearts, nor before their eyes.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 9-18 - Here again is shown that all
    mankind are under the guilt of sin, as burden; and under the government and dominion of sin, as enslaved to it, to work wickedness. This is made plain by several passages of Scripture from the Old Testament, which describe the corrupt an depraved state of all men, till grace restrain or change them. Great a our advantages are, these texts describe multitudes who call themselve Christians. Their principles and conduct prove that there is no fear of God before their eyes. And where no fear of God is, no good is to be looked for.


    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    3:18 {Before} (apenanti). Late
    double compound (apo, en, anti) adverbial preposition in LXX and Polybius, papyri and inscriptions. With genitive as here.


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