There are some passages in God’s Word that we often read quickly without giving too much attention. Romans 1:1-6, Paul’s introduction to that letter, is one such passage. But there is a deep theological richness to the words with which Paul began his letter, and in this lesson and one to follow, we will examine some things about these six verses.
Our God is a God of comfort, and he has given us assurances of his love for us throughout the scriptures. One example is found in Romans 8:1, a most comforting verse. As we consider the first half of this chapter, let’s notice “The Uncondemned Life.” of all who are in Christ Jesus
The gospel is a wonderful thing, and in the gospel is the power of salvation. God has given us a charge to preach that blessed gospel. Can we, along with Paul, say that we are not ashamed?
It seems to be a commonly held belief in the religious world, that faith alone is enough for salvation, but the Bible teaches something entirely different. James said, very clearly, that we are not saved by faith alone. Faith must be completed by action. Join us as we consider these things from God’s Word.
It only took 10 generations from Adam to Noah for morality in the world that God created to decline so much that only Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord. How does that happen? How does man become so wicked that the thought of his heart is only evil continually? According to Romans 1, it begins with a denial of God, and multiple sins follow.
What does it mean to be justified? How can we as humans be justified before God? Are we justified by faith or by works? Join us as we discuss the topic of justification.