The Epistle to the Romans
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A grasp of one's identity is a vital factor in the mental and spiritual health of every human being. Without it, we do not know who or what we are or where we fit in the over-all picture. Our identity gives us a foundation, perspective and purpose. Paul writes “Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.”
2 Corinthians 5:17
A study in Romans (a 45-message series) will be a wonderful way to launch the New Year! The apostle Paul begins this book by focusing upon our personal and corporate identity in the Lord Jesus Christ.
“Despite its thoroughness, Romans does not read like a dry book of theology. Great revivals in church history have been spawned by a study of this book. Augustine, Martin Luther and John Wesley all trace their spiritual renewals to a reading of Romans. Within its chapters, it gives the…final answer to questions about the ‘meaning of life’.” Philip Yancey