Daily Archives: July 26, 2015

THE BOOK OF ROMANS – 6

The Law Does Not Save; Neither Can You Keep It! Chapter 2 of the book of Romans seems, to many of us, an unnecessary insertion. We would prefer that Paul keep to the gospel instead of going on to indict … Continue reading

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THE BOOK OF ROMANS – 5

Faith, Righteousness and Grace In Romans chapter 4, we are told about Abraham’s faith. “Abraham believed God, and it was imputed to him for righteousness.” Rom 4.3, Gen 15.6. This speaks of Abraham’s implicit faith in the word of God. … Continue reading

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THE BOOK OF ROMANS – 4

Righteousness, Repentance and Humility The word ‘righteousness’ crops up in the book of Romans again and again. What is righteousness? It means, simply speaking, ‘being right with God’. In myself I am not righteous; I need to understand that – … Continue reading

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THE BOOK OF ROMANS – 3

Grace, Faith and Consecration Paul is talking about the gospel of God, concerning His Son Jesus Christ – our Lord! Rom 1.1, 3. Through Him we have received grace, 1.5. (Apostleship relates to Paul, 1.5; called to be an apostle, … Continue reading

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THE BOOK OF ROMANS – 2

Sin and Idolatry Reading Paul’s epistle to the Romans. The first chapter contains Paul’s indictment of sinful men (all mankind) in Romans 1:18-32. Creation reveals the Creator; but how do men respond to their Creator? They sought wisdom in themselves … Continue reading

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THE BOOK OF ROMANS – 1

The Obedience of Faith Last night I was reading Paul’s epistle to the Romans. I stopped at Chapter 12. Romans is a difficult book; I have read it many times, but I wanted God to speak to me clearly. What … Continue reading

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