Letter to the Romans

“During his short time in Corinth, Paul writes a letter to the saints in Rome, telling of his desire to visit them, but indicating his inability to do so at this time.  Paul first explains his understanding of the gospel, carefully contrasting the gospel with the Law of Moses.  Paul then concludes with various practical teachings which necessarily flow out of the gospel message.

The theme of Paul’s letter is that those who are righteous through faith will be those who truly live. Paul begins by examining the judgment of God.”

Read:  Romans 1:1-17

Judgment of God

Read:  Romans 1:18-32, 2 & 3:1-20


All quotations taken from The Daily Bible.
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