It is so important for everyone to have an opportunity to "hear" the Word of God.
He has gone through such great lengths to provide a way of reconciling sinful mankind unto Himself. He wants all to know about it and then to respond to his invitation for forgiveness and salvation.
Take time out of your busy schedule and develop a habit of listening to what God has to say to you.
The Book of: Romans
Like a skilled lawyer presenting his case, Paul established a solid framework for understanding the broad scope of the gospel in his letter to the Romans. Of all the epistles of Paul, this is the longest, the most elaborate, and the most systematic in design, reading more like a theological treatise than a personal letter. After a lofty introduction, Paul opened his discourse by discussing humanity's relationship to God. Once he established the basic concept that all human beings are violators of holy law, Paul offered a solution - the sacrifice of Jesus Christ. Those who believe in Jesus Christ receive forgiveness for sin and gain new life in the Holy Spirit. Paul also examined Israel's place in God's grand scheme of history and discussed the future roles of Israel and the Gentile nations in the Kingdom of God. Returning to his earlier train of thought, Paul discussed some practical applications of redemption through Jesus Christ. He concluded his lofty discourse with heartfelt salutations to several believers in Rome. Paul's epistle to the Roman church provides the Christian church with a systematic understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Introduction taken from the Holy Bible, New Living Translation, copyright (C) 1996. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., Wheaton, Illinois 60189. All rights reserved.
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