Romans is considered the “Constitution” of the Christian faith. It sets the doctrine and duty of every Christian. Just like the Constitution of the United States provides its citizens with the framework to boldly exercise their rights, the book of Romans provides the follower of Jesus Christ with the spiritual boldness to live out their faith in Christ.

The purpose of the book of Romans is to reveal the role of faith in the life of a Christian.  It explores saving faith, the faith by which a sinner is saved through the Gospel of Christ, and sanctifying faith, the faith that helps us live a new life in Christ.

“But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners,
Christ died for us.” ---Romans 5:8

In this collection of talks, we will look at the following themes in the book of Romans:

    October 3rd - The Problem (Chapters 1-3:20)
    October 10th - The Faith (Chapters 3:20-4)
    October 17th - The Rescue (Chapter 5)
    October 24th - The Pursuit (Chapter 6)
    October 31st - The Release (Chapters 7-8)
    November 7th - The Assurance (Chapters 9-11)
    November 14th - The Sacrifice (Chapter 12)
    November 21st - The Responsibility (Chapters 13-15)
    November 28th - The Charge (Chapter 16)



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