Chapter 14 focuses on how Christians treat each other within their community of faith. In this chapter, Paul is addressing the very real human tendency to judge or criticize others, even among fellow believers.
I invite you to take a moment to read, reflect and reply to this devotional. It is a delicate balance between the role of the church in establishing what constitutes moral or immoral behaviors and the role of authorities in governing such behaviors.
The real source of strong relationships with others must start with a strong relationship with the Lord.
If you have ever puzzled over the apparent differences in the characterization of God in the Old Testament versus the New Testament, this devotional reading (and the series as a whole) can provide clarity and understanding.
The extraordinarily good news was, and is, that every individual — Jew or Gentile — can be saved simply by his or her faith in Jesus Christ.
This devotional looks at Romans 9 and examines the sovereignty of God and who will be saved. Please take a moment to read and respond. I am interested in hearing your thoughts. God bless.
This devotional reading focuses on two of the most frequently quoted verses of the entire New Testament – Romans 8:28 and Romans 8:38-39.
This devotional reading looks at Chapter 8 and continues to examine how we may live a more righteous way of life, free from the constant reminders of our sinful nature.
Chapter 7 of Romans can be very confusing if we read selected verses out of context. Please join me as we explore issues of temptation and sinful transgressions.
This chapter provides much fodder for contemplation, debate and discussion. It is a very strong declarative by Paul on how we should live our lives after being declared innocent or righteous by God.