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In Chapter 3,

Paul continues to talk to the Jewish people, addressing them as those entrusted with God’s word. Can we ever be perfect? Because one has the law, does that make them less sinful? Is anyone without sin?

And then it really starts to get good….

What are we justified by???

…through faith! It’s all about His grace, friends!

Romans 3:1-31- A Reading and Study Questions- God Remains Faithful, All People Are Sinners, and Christ Took Our Punishment

This passage is all about hypocrisy and what you really should be focusing your attention on. Even as believers, there are many areas of our lives that we will fall short of, and God does not give up on us. Why would He want us to point out the sin of everyone around us when we are too prideful to admit our own? Does our denial help anyone? Do our accusations help anyone?

“Don’t you see how wonderfully kind, tolerant, and patient God is with you? Does this mean nothing to you? Can’t you see that his kindness is intended to turn you from your sin?” — Romans 2:4 NLT

Romans 2:1-29- A Reading and Study Questions- God’s Righteous Judgement and the Law

This passage is heavy, ya’ll!

And, boy, does it speak to today- in more ways than one.

This passage may be a harder one for some to work through. You may feel like you are being called out. You may be surprised that it says what it says so plainly. You may wonder why you have never heard or read this before. Possibly, pastors don’t want to be so direct in front of a whole congregation. In this passage, Paul is talking about what sin can do when we turn from Him, our minds become dark and confused. He is setting up the rest of the book of Romans to prepare you to understand salvation.

Romans 1:18-32- A Reading and Study Questions- God’s Anger at Sin

Why Read Romans? Because it is my jam! Actually, because many consider this to be the greatest literary works of all time. It lays out the Gospel, salvation, and God’s love to ALL people who come to Him. It helped me tremendously as I tend to want to be an overachiever, depend on works for worth, and have a past of believing that is how you gain God’s favor. But Romans says otherwise. Our salvation comes from what He has already done for us, not what we will ever do. We must die in the flesh, accept His gift of Grace and be reborn in the spirit of Jesus Christ. That is Romans and it is amazing.

Romans 1:1-17- A Reading and Study Questions- Greeting, A Longing to Visit Rome, and The Righteous Shall Live by Faith

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