Romans 10

Romans 10 Read the entire chapter. 1.  What is Paul’s greatest concern?  Romans 10:1 2.  Why do you think “desire” and “prayer” go together? 3.  Read verse 2.  What does it mean to have a zeal for God but not according to knowledge? 4.  How do people go about establishing Read more…

Romans 09

Romans 9 After Paul’s explanation of salvation by faith through grace given freely by Jesus, Paul makes the connection with his own church, the Jewish church.  Chapter 9 he shares his personal feelings and makes more application of the gospel. Read the whole chapter through. 1.   According to verses 1-5, Read more…

Romans 08

Romans 8 Paul concludes his arguments from chapter 7 in this chapter.   Read the entire chapter.  Make notes as you read.   1.  Why does he start the chapter with the words, “there is therefore”?  What does this remind you of?    2.  What does verse 1 say to your Read more…

Romans 07

Romans 7 In this chapter Paul tries to speak to those who know the law to get them to understand the deceptive nature of sin and explains his own struggle with his human nature and righteousness.  He was trying to help them see how much they needed God continuously.   Read more…

Romans 06

Romans 6 Paul’s arguments in chapter 5 were about justification being by grace through faith in what Jesus did for us, not in what we do for him.  He argued that grace was “much more” sufficient than our works. Chapter 6 continues the progression of thought with the summary question Read more…