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Romans 5

Romans 5

When the New Testament was written, there were several words the authors used that were unusual. One of them was the word agape, which means “love.” The Greek language had several words for love, but this one was hardly ever employed in their literature. For example, Homer did not use it in the Iliad. Plato and Aristotle did not use it in their philosophical wr...

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Romans 4

Romans 4

It has been said that there are close to 8,000 promises in the Bible, and not a one of them has ever failed to come true. It has also been said that those promises do not break by leaning on them. In other words, you can take God at His Word. You can trust Him that He will be faithful. With that in mind, Paul says in Romans 4:3: “Abraham believed God and it was cred...

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Romans 3

Romans 3

One of the oldest denominations in the world is a group called the Moravians who came from what is now known as the Czech Republic. In times past, they were passionate, zealous, and very evangelistic. The story is told of two of their missionaries who approached the owner of a Caribbean Island about witnessing to his slaves, because they had never heard the Gospel before. ...

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Romans 2

Romans 2

In the early 1900’s, a major London newspaper wrote an editorial asking the question: “What is wrong with the world?” After several passionate replies that discussed everything from politics to the need for more medicine and social reform, one author answered in two simple words: “I am.” That is the theme of Romans 2. After saying that &ldquo...

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Romans 1:18-32

Romans 1;18-32

An atheist was being chased by a bear one day when he prayed: “Lord, please save me!” “But you don’t believe in me”, the Lord said. “Then please save the bear”, the Atheist replied. “Make him a Christian.” So the Lord did that, and the next thing the Atheist heard is the bear saying: “Oh Lord, I thank Thee for ...

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Romans 1:16-17

Romans 1;16-17

The Book of Romans has been considered by some to be the greatest letter ever written and the greatest book in the Bible. Martin Luther said: “Should a tyrant succeed in destroying the Holy Scriptures and only a single copy of the epistle to the Romans and the Gospel according to John escape him, Christianity would be saved.” William Tyndale said that Romans is...

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