Romans

 

Martin Luther wrote,

“This letter is truly the most important piece in the New Testament. It is purest Gospel. It is well worth a Christian’s while not only to memorize it word for word but also to occupy himself with it daily, as though it were the daily bread of the soul. It is impossible to read or to meditate on this letter too much or too well. The more one deals with it, the more precious it becomes and the better it tastes.”

The desired end for this study is that the gospel, God’s revealed righteousness will grow in its preciousness to His people and that it will be nourishment for their souls.

 


 

Having discoursed a comprehensive explanation of the gospel, Paul moves to the more practical side of the christian life. This is practical in the sense that he now addresses the…
We must beware equally of an undevotional theology and of an untheological devotion.
God’s righteousness is revealed in His sovereign mercy extended to undeserving sinners. Justification is by faith because it solely rests on God’s election based upon His promises.
God’s righteousness is revealed in His sovereign mercy extended to undeserving sinners. Justification is by faith because it solely rests on God’s election based upon His promises.
God’s righteousness is revealed in His sovereign mercy extended to undeserving sinners. Justification is by faith because it solely rests on God’s election based upon His promises.
God’s righteousness is revealed in His sovereign mercy extended to undeserving sinners. Justification is by faith because it solely rests on God’s election based upon His promises.
God’s righteousness is revealed in His sovereign mercy extended to undeserving sinners. Justification is by faith because it solely rests on God’s election based upon His promises.
God’s righteousness is revealed in His sovereign mercy extended to undeserving sinners. Justification is by faith because it solely rests on God’s election based upon His promises.
The gospel is God’s glorious provision in Christ to love the unloveable, forgive the unforgivable and save the unsaveable, and the security of the believer rests entirely upon the faithfulness…
Romans 8:28 is a promise to believers that God works all things together for good. This is one of the greatest promises in all of Scripture. Paul expands on the…
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