TIME FOR TRUTH
ROMANS
Tweeting Through Romans

 

Introduction: The book of Romans is Paul's epistle (letter) to Christians in Rome. It contains the greatest treatise in the Bible on the cardinal Christian doctrine of justification by faith.

Romans 1:1-3 — A true servant and representative of Jesus Christ is a preacher of the Gospel, which is the Good News of God foretold by His prophets and fulfilled by His Son, who He sent into this world as the seed of David to forever reign on David’s throne.

Romans 1:4A man claiming to be God and promising to prove it by conquering the grave is undoubtedly proven to be who He clams to be by His resurrection from the dead.

Romans 1:5-7 — As saints, those who have received God's grace and been called by God's Son, we are to exalt Christ's name by leading others into obedience to our Christian Faith.

Romans 1:8 — Christians should practice their Christian profession in such an exemplarily way as to produce a world-renowned Christian Faith.

Romans 1:9-13 — Ceaselessly praying for and meeting with our fellow Christians is critical to our mutual edification.

 

Romans 1:14-15 — As the lone stewards of the world's only hope of salvation—the Gospel of Jesus Christ—Christians are debtors to the whole world. Therefore, we should be ready to preach the Gospel to anyone, anywhere, at anytime.

 

Romans 1:16 — No saint should ever be ashamed to preach the Gospel, for it is the powerful means by which God saves the immortal souls of all who profess its propositional truths.

Romans 1:17 — The Gospel reveals that righteousness—being right with God and living right before God—commences with and is continued by our faith in Christ.

Romans 1:18-22 According to the Bible and contrary to popular opinion, it takes an inexcusable imbecile, not an educated intellectual, to deny the existence of an intelligent Creator while surrounded by the incontrovertible evidence of an intricately designed creation.

Romans 1:18-22 — When you peel off its academic veneer and rid it of its scientific rhetoric the cockamamie theory of evolution preposterously proposes that everything came from nothing.

Romans 1:18-22 — When you peel off its academic veneer and rid it of its scientific rhetoric the cockamamie theory of evolution preposterously proposes that life came from something that wasn’t alive.

Romans 1:18-22 — When you peel off its academic veneer and rid it of its scientific rhetoric the cockamamie theory of evolution preposterously proposes that reason came from something that couldn’t reason.

Romans 1:18-22 — When you peel off its academic veneer and rid it of its scientific rhetoric the cockamamie theory of evolution preposterously proposes that you, me, and a head of cabbage all come from the same single cell that floated up on a slimy beach eons ago.

Romans 1:18-22 — When you peel off its academic veneer and rid it of its scientific rhetoric the cockamamie theory of evolution preposterously proposes that an intricately designed universe has no intelligent Designer.

Romans 1:18-22 — When you peel off its academic veneer and rid it of its scientific rhetoric the cockamamie theory of evolution preposterously proposes that the universe is nothing more than a cosmic accident.

Romans 1:18-22  When you peel off its academic veneer and rid it of its scientific rhetoric the cockamamie theory of evolution preposterously proposes that the human race is here by happenstance.

Romans 1:18-22 — When you peel off its academic veneer and rid it of its scientific rhetoric the cockamamie theory of evolution preposterously proposes that a human being is no more significant than a slug or a cockroach.

Romans 1:18-22 — When you peel off its academic veneer and rid it of its scientific rhetoric the cockamamie theory of evolution preposterously proposes that life is meaningless, since there is no life beyond the grave.
 
Romans 1:23-25 — To exchange the worship of the Creator for the worship of created things is not only to spiritually shortchange yourself, but also to swap spiritual experience for sensual enslavement.
 

Romans 1:26-32The acceptance and advocacy of homosexuality is the sure sign of spiritual reprobation; that is, that God has given up on a society and given it over to its own depravity.

 

Romans 2:19-22 — Many self-proclaimed preachers fail to practice what they preach. They prosecute others for the things they perpetrate themselves. Far from being innocent of their own indictments, they are guilty of the very things they accuse others of being guilty of.

 

Romans 2:21-22 — By accusing the president, his party, and supporters of inciting hatred and violence towards minorities, Democrats incite hatred and violence among minorities toward the president, his supporters, and his political party. They commit the very thing they condemn.

 
Romans 6:23 — Since Christ has done everything that needed to be done for our salvation, there is nothing left for us to do but reach out in faith and receive from the nail-scarred hand of Jesus the gift of God, which is eternal life.
 
Romans 6:23 — The salvation God has graciously wrought for us in Christ is a gift. It cannot be earned, but only received or rejected.
 
Romans 8:1 — To be free from condemnation you must walk in the Spirit—His assurance of your Christ-given acceptance with God and righteousness before God—not in the flesh—your attempts to earn God’s acceptance and your own righteousness.
 
Romans 8:26 — The Holy Spirit’s unutterable interceding for unenlightened intercessors is the indwelling Christ overriding our foolish prayers with His fitting ones.
 
Romans 8:28 — For the Christian, all apparent earthly evils should be viewed from a heavenly perspective, which will prove them all to be for our ultimate good.
 
Romans 8:31 — To know God intimately and to be insulated under His shadow is to be no longer intimidated by anything.
 
Romans 8:32 — No accusation of injustice can ever be brought against God for refusing to spare from judgment all who refuse to accept the salvation He has wrought for them through His unspared Son.
 
Romans 10:6-13 — Christ is as near as a prayer and Heaven within speaking distance to all who pray. 
 
Romans 10:9 — Sin is usurping the Lord's power over our lives for ourselves. Salvation is surrendering the usurped power of lordship to Him to whom it rightfully belongs, the Lord Jesus Christ.
 
Romans 10:13 — Nobody can be saved by simply saying the “sinner’s prayer,” but without prayer no sinner can be saved.
 
Romans 12:1 — To give your all for Christ, who sacrificed His all for you on the cross of Calvary, is the only reasonable thing for you to do. To truly worship Him you must first offer yourself to Him as a living sacrifice.
 
Romans 12:1-12 — It’s not your job to find God’s will for your life. It’s God’s job to reveal it to you. It’s your job to be committed to do it even before you know what it is. The prior sacrifice of your will to God’s will leads to His perfect will being proven in your life. 
 
Romans 12:1-2 — Finding God’s will for your life is not like an Easter egg hunt—God hides it and you must find it. Instead, God will prove it to you and perform it for you as long as you preconceive its perfection and are predetermined to do it even before you know it.
 
Romans 12:2 — Contrary to popular opinion in America’s contemporary church, Christians are not to conform to today’s politically correct culture, but prove themselves transformed by conformity to God’s will, which is always the good, acceptable, and perfect thing to do.
 

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