Tag: new testament

  • Romans 1:18-32

    This passage in Paul’s letter to the Romans is pivotal, serving as the foundation for his theological argument regarding human sinfulness and the necessity of God’s righteousness. The passage focuses on the significance of acknowledging God’s revelation, honoring Him as the Creator, and guarding against moral decay resulting from suppressing the truth. The Wrath of…

  • Romans 1:16-17

    This passage serves as a theological foundation for the entire book of Romans. It encapsulates the Gospel’s transformative power, the universal offer of salvation through faith, and the revelation of God’s righteousness. This passage emphasizes that salvation is by faith alone, and it underscores the importance of trusting in God’s redemptive work. The Power of…

  • Romans 1:8-15

    This passage provides a glimpse into the heart and mind of the Apostle Paul as he writes to the Roman Christian community. Through expressions of gratitude, persistent prayer, and a deep desire to visit and preach the gospel in Rome, Paul’s character and commitment to his ministry are evident. Thanksgiving and Praise The passage begins…

  • Romans 1:1-7

    This passage sets the stage for Paul’s profound theological discourse in the Book of Romans, addressing themes such as justification by faith, the righteousness of God, and the inclusion of both Jews and Gentiles in God’s plan of salvation. Identification and Calling of Paul Paul opens his letter by identifying himself as “Paul, a servant…