Book of Romans
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Committal and submission; Christmas Evans and Sandemanism; a gospel for all nations; for the sake of the name of Christ; glorifying Christ by word; life and witness.
Belonging to Jesus Christ; the foundation; beloved of God; general and effectual calling; separated to God and His praise; saints and saintliness.
Doctrine and practice; grace leading to peace with God; experiencing the peace of God; implicit doctrines; a remarkable and encouraging work of God in Rome.
Paul's desire to visit Rome; strengthening the babes in Christ; form and substance; the Apostle's prayer life; thanksgiving through Christ; a great intercessor.
Desire; prayer and submission to God's will; prospered by God; hindrances and guidance; persevering in prayer; 'man proposes but God disposes'.
Paul's attitude to his work; religious service; the danger of merely external service; carnal and spiritual methods; carnal zeal and divine passion; 'boundless charity divine'.
The Apostle's self-imposed limits; the riches of the gospel; the power and authority of the Holy Spirit; establishing through teaching.
Paul's genuine modesty; the real test of a believer; spiritual authority and Catholicism; the church as a fellowship; the Apostle's encouragement from their faith; the danger of 'movements'.
Under obligation to preach the gospel; the ability to pass on the gospel; the universal need of all nations and all types of men; Paul's ability to reach all men; the whole gospel for the whole man; the constraint.
Logical method; being ashamed of the gospel; the offence of the cross; a fool for Christ's sake; popular false gospels; the right reason for being unashamed; unique power to save.