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Structure of Romans 1:16-2:29

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After considering the internal structure of Romans 5-8 (the… 760 more words


Without God

In the first, second, and third chapters of Romans, Paul spends a lot of time building his case that man desperately needs the salvation that is offered by God. 208 more words

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Nature--God's Constant Witness

The book of Romans is Paul’s detailed exposition of the Salvation of God, made available to all mankind through faith. And he starts with the groundwork that mankind, all of them, are desperately in need of salvation– are, in fact, by nature rebellious against God and defiant participants in wickedness. 261 more words

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Righteous Through Faith

Paul continues his letter to the church in Rome, expressing his deep desire to visit with them, both to encourage them and to be encouraged by them. 288 more words

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With Constant Prayer

Paul continues his opening thoughts in his letter to the Christians in Rome with these words: “Let me say first that I thank my God through Jesus Christ for all of you, because your faith in Him is being talked about all over the world! 251 more words

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With Grace and Peace

Paul continues his opening thoughts of his letter to the Christians in Rome. “And you are included among those Gentiles who have been called to belong to Jesus Christ. 283 more words

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The Good News

In the first chapter of Romans, Paul introduces himself as “a slave of Christ Jesus, chosen by God to be an apostle, and sent out to preach His Good News.” Romans 1:1 NLT. 305 more words

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