God\’s election of his people is a key theme in Romans. The truth of this doctrine is a source of real beauty and motivation when properly understood.
Romans 10.9-10 is a crucial passage to teach how to be saved from sin. These verses contain a beautiful promise of the salvation that God promises. But it doesn\’t mean what people often say it does.
In the book of Romans, Paul speaks passionately about the mission that God gave to him and to all saints. What we learn here should restructure the lives of all who follow Jesus and grants a higher purpose than anything we could find in this world.
When Jesus’ identity as the Christ was unveiled among his disciples, the first subject he turned his attention to was the church (Matthew 16:13-20). On that day He promised, “I will build my church” (Matthew 16:18). The word “church” conjures up a number of images and ideas that more often than not are misguided or …