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Romans 1:7

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To all those loved by God in Rome, 1  called to be saints: 2  Grace and peace to you 3  from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ!

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De 33:12; Ps 60:5; So 5:1; Mt 5:16; Mt 6:8,9; Joh 20:17; Ac 7:59,60; Ac 15:23; Ro 1:6; Ro 5:1; Ro 9:25; 1Co 1:2; 1Co 1:3-9; 1Co 16:23; 2Co 1:1; 2Co 1:2; 2Co 12:8-10; 2Co 13:14; Ga 1:3; Ga 1:4; Ga 6:18; Eph 1:2; Eph 6:23,24; Php 1:1; Php 1:2; Php 4:13,23; Php 4:20; Col 1:2; Col 3:12; Col 3:15; 1Th 1:1; 1Th 1:3; 1Th 3:11-13; 1Th 4:7; 1Th 5:28; 2Th 1:1; 2Th 1:2; 2Th 2:16,17; 2Th 3:16,18; 1Ti 1:2; 1Ti 6:2; 2Ti 1:2; 2Ti 4:22; Tit 1:4; Phm 1:3; Phm 1:25; Jas 1:1; 1Pe 1:1,2; 1Pe 1:2; 1Pe 1:15; 2Pe 1:2; 2Pe 1:3; 1Jo 3:1; 2Jo 1:3; Jude 1:1; Jude 1:2; Re 1:4,5; Re 2:1,8,12,18,29; Re 3:1,7,14,22; Re 22:21

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map For location see JP4 A1.

tn Although the first part of v. 7 is not a complete English sentence, it maintains the “From…to” pattern used in all the Pauline letters to indicate the sender and the recipients. Here, however, there are several intervening verses (vv. 2-6), which makes the first half of v. 7 appear as an isolated sentence fragment.

tn Grk “Grace to you and peace.”



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