Study of Romans

Romans 16

Romans 16 In summary of the book of Romans, we get a glimpse of leadership at it’s best.  Paul is not only wise and connected to God, but he is loving and connected to people.   We could learn a lesson from him, if our beliefs don’t make us more loving Read more…

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Romans 12

Romans 12 Read the last verse of Chapter 11.  1.   Why does Paul start chapter 12 with “I beseech you therefore”?  It seems to be a summary of what he said in chapter 11.  So why present yourself as a living sacrifice then?     2.  Reach 12:2.  What is Read more…

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Romans 15

Romans 15 In this chapter Paul gives directions on how we should treat each other and how those who understand the gospel of Jesus have a responsibility and a privilege  to work with Him to help those around them. 1.  Read verse 1,2.  Why should the strong help the weak?  Read more…

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Romans 14

Romans 14 Paul has been talking about the application of the gospel of grace in the lives of believers.  Romans 12:5 says we are one body in Christ, and all of us are members one of another.  So then what do we do when we disagree about what “we” think Read more…

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Romans 13

Romans 13 Remember as you read this chapter that Paul is writing to Roman Christians.  Rome was a pagan power, a ruthless dictatorship.  Yet Paul’s counsel is for the good of the cause. 1.  Why do you think God told the Christians to be subject to the civil powers of Read more…

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Romans 11

Romans 11 Romans 10 ended with the people of God rejecting God’s outstretched hands and disobeying his plan of grace. Read Chapter 11.   1.    If God’s people had rejected Him, how did He still feel about them?  Romans 11:1-4   2.  Though it appeared all of Israel was against Read more…