Romans

Romans Lesson Three

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Romans Lesson Three

Romans Lesson Three Join us as we progress through the epistle to those in Rome.

Paul had never been to Rome when he wrote the letter to the Romans, though he had clearly expressed his desire to travel there in the near future (Acts 19:21; Romans 1:10–12). The apostle greeted twenty-six different people by name, personalizing a letter from a man who would have been a personal stranger to most of the recipients. No doubt they had heard of Paul and would have been honored by the letter, but Paul always took opportunities to personally connect with his audience so that the message of the gospel might be better received.

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Romans Lesson Four

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Romans Lesson Four

Romans Lesson Four Join us as we progress through the epistle to those in Rome.

Paul had never been to Rome when he wrote the letter to the Romans, though he had clearly expressed his desire to travel there in the near future (Acts 19:21; Romans 1:10–12). The apostle greeted twenty-six different people by name, personalizing a letter from a man who would have been a personal stranger to most of the recipients. No doubt they had heard of Paul and would have been honored by the letter, but Paul always took opportunities to personally connect with his audience so that the message of the gospel might be better received.

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Romans Lesson Five

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Romans Lesson Five

Romans Lesson Five Join us as we progress through the epistle to those in Rome.

Paul had never been to Rome when he wrote the letter to the Romans, though he had clearly expressed his desire to travel there in the near future (Acts 19:21; Romans 1:10–12). The apostle greeted twenty-six different people by name, personalizing a letter from a man who would have been a personal stranger to most of the recipients. No doubt they had heard of Paul and would have been honored by the letter, but Paul always took opportunities to personally connect with his audience so that the message of the gospel might be better received.

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Romans Lesson Six

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Romans Lesson Six

Romans Lesson Six Join us as we progress through the epistle to those in Rome.

Paul had never been to Rome when he wrote the letter to the Romans, though he had clearly expressed his desire to travel there in the near future (Acts 19:21; Romans 1:10–12). The apostle greeted twenty-six different people by name, personalizing a letter from a man who would have been a personal stranger to most of the recipients. No doubt they had heard of Paul and would have been honored by the letter, but Paul always took opportunities to personally connect with his audience so that the message of the gospel might be better received.

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Romans Lesson Two

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Romans Lesson Two

This Second lesson is a continuation of understanding the background of Paul. Many questions have been created by his writings to the Romans. When one understands the different groups, Paul is trying to bring into unity a clearer picture is seen of things that might be questionable. Paul is approaching Jews, Jews who accepted Messiah, Gentiles, Jews who believed Gentiles had to become Jewish to receive the Messiah, and Jews that did not believe so. To make matters even more challenging Paul was trying to bring the Pharisee the Sadducee, the Essenes, those who had been schooled in the house of Shammai, and those schooled in the house of Gamaliel into the same faith of the Messiah. Join us for an informative study.

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Romans Lesson One

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Romans Lesson One

This first lesson is a continuation of understanding the background of Paul. Many questions have been created by his writings to the Romans. When one understands the different groups, Paul is trying to bring into unity a clearer picture is seen of things that might be questionable. Paul is approaching Jews, Jews who accepted Messiah, Gentiles, Jews who believed Gentiles had to become Jewish to receive the Messiah, and Jews that did not believe so. To make matters even more challenging Paul was trying to bring the Pharisee the Sadducee, the Essenes, those who had been schooled in the house of Shammai, and those schooled in the house of Gamaliel into the same faith of the Messiah. Join us for an informative study.

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