If you need to review the steps we are following click here. Step 1. Read Romans 1:8-17 several times. Write it out on index cards and place them in spots you spend a lot of time. Review the verses as often as you can. For this passage, there are several words we need to look up… Continue reading Romans 1:8-17
Here are my answers from blog post #2 on Romans What does it say? This is a normal introduction for a letter of that time. The writer would put their name at the beginning. In this introduction, Paul is literally introducing himself and presenting his credentials to the Christians in Rome. He calls himself a… Continue reading Romans 1:1-7 cont.
This is Blog Post #2 in our study of Paul's Epistle to the Romans. For Post #1 click here. Step 1: Read Romans 1:1-7. Write it out on index cards and put it in the places you spend the most time. Beside your favorite chair, on the refrigerator, under the sun visor is your car. Write… Continue reading Romans 1:1-7
This is Blog post #1 in the Study of Paul's letter to the Romans. I personally use a technique called Saturation Bible Study. Saturation can be used alongside any other type of Bible Study technique. The idea is to take your time, soak in the Word. It is like dropping a dry sponge into a… Continue reading Soaking in the Word
My second favorite preacher ever, Dr. Stephen Manley once described how Jesus fulfills all scripture like this. God decided to take who he is, his very nature and throw it down on the earth, and it was in the form of a book, The Bible, the written Word. Then Jesus came off his throne in heaven and… Continue reading The Word