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Who can Keep the Family Promise?

Romans 2:25-27

Circumcision was very important for the Jews. It was the sign of God's family promise.

God Knows those who Belong to Him

Romans 2:28-29

External appearances are all that we can see.

Knowing the Truth Carries Responsibilties

Romans 3:1-4

Paul the Apostle has just told his Roman readers that being a Jew, knowing the law and being circumcised cannot save them. They need Jesus the Messiah.

What is God Like?

Romans 3:5-8

This seems to be a technical, almost legal, argument. But it is important.

What is Human Nature Like?

Romans 3:9-12

Paul has been setting the scene before he introduces the gospel. The gospel is the 'good news', so first he has to explain the 'bad news'. He says that the human heart is naturally opposed to God.

Expressing Human Nature

Romans 3:13-18

Most of the time, people act in a socially acceptable way. They are restrained from breaking laws because they fear punishment, and controlled by social traditions because they fear being excluded.

Silence in Court

Romans 3:19-20

Some people, who do not know Jesus, say things like, "When I see God I will tell Him what I think ...!" What arrogance!

Moving from Wrongfulness to Righteousness

Romans 3:21-24

Nobody can be right with God on their own merits. However many good deeds we do, we can never erase the record of our past sin.

The Sacrifice of Atonement

Romans 3:25-26

Most people, who know anything about Jesus Christ,understand that He died a criminal's death on a Roman execution cross. But surprisingly few people know why He died.

Who can Boast?

Romans 3:27-31

It is a habit, for many religious people, to feel good about themselves because they follow the rules of their religion. But it should be different for Christians.

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