Romans Bible Study – Encountering the Grace of God

Romans Bible Study – Encountering the Grace of God

Romans Bible Study – Encountering the Grace of God

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Romans Bible Study, in 21 CD’s, encounters the grace of God revealing the mysteries of what it means to be Christian.  The gospel contained in this Romans Bible study will forever change the lives of all who can hear its message.

Paul’s letter to the Romans has been called the greatest story ever written by man of what it means to be a Christian. It is the powerful good news that God the Father has sent his Son, Jesus Christ, into the lives of men to baptize them with his Spirit. This baptism of the Holy Spirit will take them where they could not and would not go themselves. There is hope for everyone in this Romans Bible study.

Travel with Paul down the Roman road as he begins by declaring the good message of the death and resurrection of Jesus (Rom. 1:3-4) . Then, go with him as he explains the fall of man (Rom. 3:10-23) , the salvation of man (Rom. 5:1-21), and the restoration of man (Rom. 6:1-23).

In perhaps the most provocative passage of recorded Scriptures (Romans Chapters 7-11), Paul sets forth the challenges for man to experience the life of God. He closes his letter with the life of man who experiences the glory of living in the grace of God (Rom. 12-16). Everyone who has ever heard the message of grace in Paul’s letter to the Romans has always had his life forever changed.

Romans Bible study records perhaps the greatest written testimony of man on what it means to be Christian.

In what has been called the greatest thesis on Christianity ever written by man, Paul’s letter to the Romans proclaims the mysteries of God as revealed in Jesus Christ.

His “doxology” catches the power of the glory and the majesty of Christ:

O the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God!  how  unsearchable are his judgments, and his ways past finding out!  for who hath known the mind of the Lord?  or who hath been his counselor?  Or who hath first given to him, and it shall be recompensed unto him again?  For of him, and through him, and to him, are all things: to whom be glory for ever. Amen” (Rom. 11:33-36).

The heart of Paul’s letter to the Romans is the continual proclamation of what God has done for man.The coming of Jesus into this world assures that you will never walk alone.

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Preface

The Epistle of Romans is the greatest story ever told. It is the powerful and good news that God the Father has sent His Son, Jesus Christ, into the lives of all men to baptize them with his Spirit to take them where they could not and would not go themselves. In the first 17 verses of Romans 1, Paul reveals the truth of God: the gospel of Christ, which contains both the righteousness and the wrath of God.

The theme of Romans then carries its readers through the fall of man. In chapters 1:18-3:20, the fall of man begins when man fails to worship God as the source of his life (“they knew God, they glorified him not as God”). This failure spreads throughout all men until all are sinners and all are in need of salvation.

The salvation of man is revealed in chapters 3:21-5:21. Even though man is now ungodly, a sinner, and an enemy of God, God still loves him and has sent his Son into the life of man to save him. Man is actually saved from himself and this salvation comes not from works, rituals, or keeping the law. He is justified by faith. Moreover, this faith that saves is the faithfulness of God at work in the life of man. The faith of God seen in man does, in deed, allows man to experience faithfulness.

In what is now known as chapter 6, the restoration of man is seen as being in Christ. The continual dying off of the flesh in order that the Spirit within may be raised to life is the mystery of life. The secret that lies in coming to understand (experiential knowledge) that Christ is the source of all life (“I experience Christ, therefore I am) is the secret that enables man to experiences life as God intended. The preciseness of this chapter tells the whole story of the essence of how Christ lives in the believer.

In perhaps the most provocative passage of recorded Scriptures (Chapters 7:1-11:36), the challenge of man is revealed. From the opening pages of Genesis to the closing remarks of Revelation, the story remain the same. Man is given the unique opportunity to experience the life of God. It is unique in that he not only experiences the life of God but he is able to know what he is experiencing. This unique ability to understand, however, also brings his challenge.

Can man, with his ability to think about his thinking, rest in the life he is experiencing and not attempt to control it?

Using Israel and the remnant within Israel to illustrate the challenge of man, Paul shares his understanding of life in the flesh and life in the Spirit. He reveals that God has predetermined that his son is the only means by which all men can experience the life of God.

Experiencing the life of God is to live in His grace. God not only allows his life to be experienced but he also provides the means to experience it. The reasonable service of man is to simply let God be God in his mind.

In chapters 12:1-16:27, Paul shares the glory of experiencing the sweetness of the fruit produced by the grace of God. He shares what it means to understand and to live in the ultimate reality of all truth: “For of him, and through him, and to him, are all things: to whom be glory for ever. Amen.”

Table of Content

Session  1: Mystery of Life – Romans 1:1-4

Session  2: Resurrection Event – Romans 1:5-17

Session  3: Vain Imaginations – -Romans 1:18-32

Session  4: Struggles of Life – Romans 2:1-16

Session  5: Faithlessness of Man – Romans 2:17-29

Session  6: All Under Sin – Romans 3:1-31

Session  7: Faithfulness of God – Romans 4:1-25

Session  8: Justification by Faith – Romans 5:1-21

Session  9: Set the Spirit Free – Romans 6:1-23

Session 10: Works Righteousness – Romans 7:1-25

Session 11: Living in the Spirit – Romans 8;1-21

Session 12: Power of God’s Love -Romans 8:22-39

Session 13: Sovereign of God – Romans 9:1-18

Session 14: The Will of God – Romans 9:19-33

Session 15: Righteousness of God – Romans 10:1-21

Session 16: Wisdom of God – -Romans 11:1-36

Session 17: How to Live – Part 1 – Romans 12:1-21

Session 18: How to Live – Part 2 – Romans 13:1-14

Session 19: How to Live – Part 3 – Romans 14:1-23

Session 20: How to Live – Part 4 – Romans 15:1-33

Session 21: Wisdom of Romans – Romans 16;1-27

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