Feb 15

Overview Of Romans Chapter 15Here is an Overview Of Romans Chapter 15.

Rom 15:1-3 The strong should bear the infirmities of the weak, and each strive to please, not himself, but his neighbor, after the example of Christ.
Rom 15:4 Whatsoever was written in old times was written for our learning.
Rom 15:5-6 We should be of one mind, that we might with one mouth glorify God.
Rom 15:7 We should accept each other as Christ has accepted us.
Rom 15:8-12 Scriptural proofs that Jesus Christ was not only the minister of the circumcision, but came also for the salvation of the Gentiles.
Rom 15:13 The God of hope can fill us with all peace and joy in believing.
Rom 15:14 Character of the Church of Rome.
Rom 15:15-24 The reason why the apostle wrote so boldly to the Church in that city-what God had wrought by him, and what he purposed to do.
Rom 15:25-29 He tells them of his intended journey to Jerusalem, with a contribution to the poor saints-a sketch of this journey.
Rom 15:30-33 He commends himself to their prayers.

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