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Bible- Romans Test
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Who wrote the letter of Romans, who was it written to and what was unique about this letter?
Paul wrote the letter of Romans, it was written to the Romans, and Paul greeted 26 different people by name.
Why is Romans important?
It stands as the clearest and most systematic presentation of Christian doctrine in all the Scriptures.
What is the big idea of Romans?
It is the revelation of God's righteousness in His plan for salvation, which the Bible calls the gospel.
How should we apply Romans?
It is a guide to how we should live in our everyday lives in faith.
What is the Claim to Fame for the book of Romans?
It contains the most popular and famed salvation scriptures of any epistle.
What problems or issues is the book of Romans addressing?
Paul was writing to Christians living in Rome when Nero was emperor. Though they were in a time of peace before Nero's persecution of Christians, Paul knew he was writing to city people who can be really different from each other. He wanted the people in the church, sailors, tradesmen, former idolaters, etc., to see their likeness in Christ with statements like, "All have sinned. All fall short of the glory of God." Romans 3: 23
The greek word for servant or slave, but a given Hebrew sense here by Paul to imply willing service for a beloved, respected master.
"One who is sent"; this title was given to Christ's original twelve disciples, then to Matthaias. Paul was chosen by Christ to serve in this way.
Gospel of God
Gospel means "good news"
"To distinguish, or mark off," this is the Greek word from which the English word "horizon" comes; as the horizon marks clearly the boundary between the earth and sky, the resurrection marks Christ as the Son of God come in the flesh.
Deliverance or rescue, in this case from lostness, that is the separation from God.
Trusts, relies on, or has faith in
Honor; we were created to exalt God.
The act of turning from sin to Christ for forgiveness.
To declare righteous
Appeasement or satisfaction. Christ's death satisfied the offended holiness of God.
Remaining under tremendous weight without succumbing; endurance
A judicial term meaning a guilty verdict, the opposite of justification.
The divine choice to set His love on us and establish a relationship with us.
Literally, "to mark out", "appoint", and "determine beforehand"
The Greek term is the source of the English term "metamorphosis"; the meaning is to change in appearance (because of the inner changes that have and are taking place).
What is Paul's role as described in Romans 1:1?
He was called to be an apostle
What is Paul's title as described in Romans 1:1?
Paul is a servant of Jesus Christ.
What is Paul's position as described in Romans 1:1?
He was set apart for the gospel of God.
What is Paul's job or calling as described in Romans 1:5?
He was called to bring about the obedience of faith for the sake of Jesus Christ's name to all of the nations.
What is Paul's commitment as described in Romans 1:9?
He serves with his spirit in the gospel of Jesus Christ.
What is Paul's desire as described in Romans 1:10?
He hopes he will succeed in coming to see the Romans.
What is Paul's talent or gift as described in Romans 1:11?
He has the gift of encouragement.
What is Paul's motivation as described in Romans 1:14-15?
He is under the obligation to preach the gospel to the Greeks, Barbarians, wise, foolish, and Romans.
What is Paul's reason for confidence as described in Romans 1:16?
He is not ashamed of the gospel because it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes.
Three benefits of justification through faith in Christ: (Romans 5:1-11)
A. We have peace with God
B. We receive God's grace
C. We have joy
Contrasts of Adam/ Jesus in Romans 5:12-21
Adam: One transgression = resulted condemnation to all men; one disobedience = many were made sinners
Jesus: One act of righteousness = resulted justification of life to all men; obedience of the One = many will be made righteous
We are to consider ourselves _________ to sin and alive to God in Jesus Christ.
The wages of sin is this, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.
We were ________ with Jesus Christ through baptism into His death.
We are slaves to the one we __________; therefore, even though we are not under the Law, we do not have license to sin.
Having been set free from sin, we are now slaves of this.
Paul assures you that you are no longer a what to sin in our life with Christ Jesus?
The theme of Chapter 6 is we are freed from this.
Sin is not our master because we are not under the Law but under this.
There are those who incorrectly say we should ________ in sin so that grace may abound.
Who can deliver me from this body or death? It is __________ our Lord.
The Law has authority over a person only as long as that person is ___________.
In spite of wanting to do good, I instead do this.
By deceiving me, sin ________ me.
We died to the ___________.
The Law made me know ___________.
Paul is speaking to people who know the __________ in Chapter 7.
In my sinful nature, I am a slave to the law of __________.
The Law is this.
The Law in the members of my body wages _________ with the law of my mind making me a prisoner of the law of sin.
Apart from the Law, sin lies _______.
In my mind (and as a Christian) I am a __________ to the Law of God.
In my inner being, I delight in the Law of ________.
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