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Romans

Author – Paul
Time – 58 to 60 A.D.

Summary – Paul was instructed by the Lord Jesus Christ to be a minister to the Gentile people. He begins the letter by showing how all men are sinners in the eyes of God and therefore worthy of death. However, Paul explains that Jesus Christ was the "last Adam" in whom no sin was found, and is able to provide an acceptable covering for men’s sin if they agree that God is always right, accepting all that Jesus said and follow after him in their own lives. With this in mind, Paul explains the distinction between the Jews and the Gentiles and the final outcome of all things when the Lord Jesus returns to the earth to establish the Kingdom of God.

Christ – The power of God to us

Key Verse – "For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ; for it is the power of God to salvation for everyone who believes, for the Jew first, and also for the Greek.. For in it the righteousness of God is revealed from faith to faith; as it is written, "The just shall live by faith". Romans 1 v 16 to 17

Introduction – Chapter 1 v 1 to 15

Doctrinal – How the Gospel relates to salvation
– Chapter 1 v 16 to 8 v 39
Passage
Subject

1 v 16 to 3 v 20

Condemnation

3 v 21 to 5 v 21

Justification

6 v 1 to 8 v 17

Sanctification

8 v 18 to 39

Glorification


National – How the Gospel relates to Israel – Chapter 9 v 1 to 11 v 36
Passage
Subject

9 v 1 to 33

Selection

10 v 1 to 21

Rejection

11 v 1 to 36

Restoration


Practical – How the Gospel relates to conduct
– Chapter 12 v 1 to 15 v 13
Passage
Subject

12 v 1 to 21

Social responsibilities

13 v 1 to 14

Civil responsibilities

14 v 1 to 15 v 13

Congregational responsibilities

Epilogue – Personal matters – Chapter 15 v 14 to 16 v 27

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