The New Testament book of Romans declares the gospel according to Paul, tracing the good news of what Jesus has done within the framework of salvation history-creation, the fall, redemption, and consummation. In this twelve-lesson Bible study, Sarah Ivill provides students of Scripture with an in-depth look at this profound epistle that explains the gospel of God and encourages them to strive for obedience to the faith.
Each lesson includes the following features:
An introduction that provides a big picture of the lesson, showing how it applies to your head, heart, and hands.
A personal study section of questions that helps you dig deeply into God’s Word.
A section that puts it all together, which aims to answer any lingering questions you may have after your personal study.
A section of questions for helping students study the Word of God in community.
Useful for either individual or group studies, Romans includes suggestions for Bible study leaders, an overview of the history of redemption and revelation, and an overview of what it means to study Christ in all of Scripture.
Introduction to Romans
Lesson 1: Paul’s Purpose, Prayers, and Proclamation (Romans 1:1-17)
Lesson 2: The Wrath of God (Romans 1:18-3:20)
Lesson 3: The Righteousness and Reliability of God (Romans 3:21-4:25)
Lesson 4: The Assurance of God’s Peace, Love, and Grace (Romans 5:1-21)
Lesson 5: Set Free from Sin for Sanctification (Romans 6:1-23)
Lesson 6: Serving in the Spirit and Striving against Sin (Romans 7:1-25)
Lesson 7: The Spirit of Life, Adoption, and Glory (Romans 8:1-39)
Lesson 8: God’s Election and Israel’s Rejection (Romans 9:1-10:21)
Lesson 9: The Remnant of Israel, Redemption of Gentiles, and Revelation of the Mystery (Romans 11:1-36)
Lesson 10: Walking as Living Sacrifices in Love, Lawful Obedience, and Light (Romans 12:1-13:14)
Lesson 11: Humility, Help, Harmony, and Hospitality (Romans 14:1-15:13)
Lesson 12: Ministry Plans, Partners, and Purpose (Romans 15:14-16:27)
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