When the Apostle Paul wrote his letter to the Romans in 57 A.D., it was with the intention of laying the groundwork for his visit to the city of Rome, the center of the empire. He had no idea at that time that he would be visiting them in chains just three years later.
This letter was written to both Jews and Greeks, but the truths contained in this systematic, theological letter are for all peoples in all generations. The most important truth being, that we are justified by faith in God and there is nothing we can do to earn our salvation. Explore the depths of this rich book of the Bible to understand its meaning and its practical application for your life.
If you were to choose one book of the Bible that drives us deep into understanding what the gospel is, how it works, and what difference it makes in our lives, Paul’s letter to the Romans would be at the top of the list. It is the quintessential biblical explanation of what it means to be saved by grace through faith. If you want to enrich your understanding of the core doctrine of the Christian life, then dive in to the study of this amazing part of Scripture.
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Gospel Crazy-Part 5 (Rom. 1:16-17)
Unashamed of Its Reproach
Dig into the key verse for Book of Romans. God has called us to proclaim the gospel despite opposition, and to keep in mind the enormity of what’s a stake.
When Life is Tough-Part 5 (Rom. 8:28-30)
Looking for the Good When Things Go Bad
Life can be tough sometimes, but we trust in a God who is not ignorant of our suffering. Pastor Mike explores one response when life gets tough.
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