Learn the final words of Paul to the Romans. He closes with many salutations but also with additional instruction for Christian living.
We who are strong should bear the weaknesses of the weak. Learn how to lay down your life for your brothers and sisters in Christ.
How does what you wear affect your brother or sister in Christ? Learn about how to not please yourself but to live for Christ and others.
Paul teaches how we are to walk in love toward those who are weak in their conscience. We should avoid legalism, which is forcing our conscience on others.
Paul deals with how to respond to the government, whether good or evil. Learn about submitting to governmental authority.
Learn about the callings of God for the Church. What is your place in the Body of Christ?
Paul sums up talking about the Jewish people by saying God has a plan for them. All Israel shall be saved. We are to learn from Israel's mistakes of unbelief and be transformed.
God has a plan for the nation of Israel even though they appear to be fallen away. Learn what the Bible says about Israel.
Too many preachers are preaching an intellectual message without it being the Word or of the Holy Spirit. God sends His messengers to preach so that men can be saved.
Paul makes the case that Jews are not righteous just because they are Jews. They need to come by faith in Jesus. Gentiles too are able to come by faith alone.
Paul teaches that Jews do not have access to Heaven just because they are Jews. We also learn what Paul means when he says God hardened Pharaoh's heart.
All of creation is waiting for the manifestation of the sons of God. God's children are to be manifested and unveiled in the days to come.
The Spirit of God dwells in His people and He leads us by the Holy Spirit.
We learn about the Christian walk. Jesus came not to condemn us for sin but to save us from it.
We finish up Romans chapter 7 learning about the struggle Paul experienced against the sin nature.
Paul describes the struggle against the sin nature using the Law is futile. It must be won by faith through grace.
We learn about the impact of law in conjunction with the power of the sin nature.
Paul explains we are free from sin and we are to reckon ourselves free.
We begin to study the mechanics of our salvation and the meaning of the Cross.
"Death passed upon all men, for that all have sinned." Paul explains how through Adam's sin, all men die.
We examine the life of Abraham, who came before the Law, to see that we live by faith and not by keeping the works of the Law
We start studying the revelation of justification by faith and not works.
Both Jew and gentile are fallen from God, as proven in Romans 3. We must all come by faith through Jesus Christ alone.
We see in the latter half of Romans 2 that the one who boasts in the Law is in no better position than the one without the Law.
Paul teaches about not judging others for you will be judged. How do you treat other people?
Paul begins proving that all men know about God through the evidence of creation. Then he explains the depravity that takes place when men do not acknowledge God and are not thankful.
We begin our study, verse by verse, through the book of Romans. We learn of the power of the Gospel.