Taking the Epistle

A biblical journey through the epistles

01 – Romans

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Romans

Welcome to our page on Romans where we look at the letter written by the Apostle Paul to the church in Rome, this letter is unique in that Paul is writing to a church that he did not either plant or had a hand in planting. The letter was written by Paul while he was in Corinth between 53-58 AD, at this point Paul had been in Christian ministry for between 20-25 years. (As well as many years prior as a Pharisee known as Saul of Tarsus)

We as 21st century Christians are very blessed to have a letter packed with doctrine, packed with love and packed with exhortation from a man with such a wealth of knowledge who leads by example. Paul after his conversion on the road to Damascus began serving in the local church; he then lived his life on mission, using every opportunity that God gave him to introduce people to the gospel of Jesus Christ.

The letter is in many parts:
Greetings and introductions 1:1-15
Salvation in Christ 1:16-8:39
Faithfulness of God to Israel 9:1-11:36
Transformation of believers 12:1-15:13
Epilogue and closing salutations 15:1-16:23

When the writers of the bible separated the books into chapters and verses to help indexing and finding verses, this book was split into 16 chapters, in many cases new chapters do not contain new thoughts and you will see bible studies cross over chapter lines.

Below is a list of bible studies in the book of Romans.

Line by line studies

Greetings and introductions 1:1-15
Romans 1:1-6 (ESV) – Wishing I was in Rome – June 10th 2014
Romans 1:7-15 (ESV) – I have often intended to come to you – June 11th 2014

Salvation in Christ 1:16-8:39
Romans 1:16-17 (ESV) – For I am not ashamed of the gospel – June 12th 2014
Romans 1:18-25 (ESV) – They knew God but did not honor him – August 2nd 2014
Romans 1:26-27 (ESV) – God gave them up – August 5th 2014
Romans 1:28-32 (ESV) – Filled with all manner of unrighteousness – August 9th 2014
Romans 2:1-5 (ESV) – No excuses because every one of you judges – August 10th 2014
Romans 2:6-11 (ESV) – He will render to each one according to his works – November 29th 2015
Romans 2:12-16 (ESV) – God’s judgment and the Law – December 13th 2015
Romans 2:17-24 (ESV) – Do you practice what you preach? – December 27th 2015
Romans 2:25-29 (ESV) – Circumcision indeed is of value if you obey the law – January 10th 2016
Romans 3:1-8 (ESV) – What is the value of circumcision? – January 24th 2016
Romans 3:9-20 (ESV) – No-one is righteous – February 7th 2016
Romans 3:21-26 (ESV) – The Righteousness of God Through Faith – February 21st 2016
Romans 3:27-31 (ESV) – Then what becomes of our boasting? – March 6th 2016
Romans 4:1-12 (ESV) – Abraham justified by faith – March 20th 2016
Romans 4:13-25 (ESV) – Abraham’s offspring’s hereditary privilege came from the righteousness of faith – April 3rd 2016
Romans 5:1-11 (ESV) – Therefore, since we have been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ – May 1st 2016

Topical studies
Be careful dear Christian who you judge – Romans 2:1-3 – February 26th 2014
TTE Advent Calendar Day Five – Romans 4:16-25 – December 5th 2014
TTE Advent Calendar Day Twenty First – Romans 5:6-11 – December 21st 2014
An unpopular view on the Christian boycott of Target? – Romans 6:12-14 – April 26th 2016
TTE Advent Calendar Day Six – Romans 9:10-12 – December 6th 2014
Lights out, what will we do? – Romans 12:2 – July 12th 2014
City of Houston cancels subpoenas (end what will probably happen next) – Romans 13:1-7 – October 30th 2014

I hope that this is a blessing and I pray that you get something from these bible studies.

God bless and I pray this was a blessing and please feel free to like, share or comment on here or whatever social media platforms you use as the Lord leads you to, as always I love questions about this or any other article so please feel free to fill in the form below, all comments are moderated to avoid profanity.
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