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When you think of Romans, think of the Apostle Paul teaching Christians in Rome about Justification.

Key Verse: “For there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek: for the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon him.” – Romans 10:12

Romans is the “Book of Justification for All Who Believe.” The Apostle Paul wrote to “all that be in Rome” which included Jews and Gentiles (1:7). He taught that all people have sinned, all have broken God’s law, all must stand before God’s judgment, and that all come short of God’s demands (3:23; 14:10). Also, Paul taught that no person (Jew or Gentile) can save himself by deeds (works) of the law (3:28).

Being sorry for sin and feeling guilty is not enough to justify you. That’s the bad news! The good news is that God made a way for free justification (salvation) for all who repent and believe (10:9-13). “Therefore being justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ” (5:1). Jesus is our justifier. God gave his only son, Jesus, to be our Savior (5:6-8). Jesus died on the cross, was buried, and rose from the dead. By doing that, Jesus took God’s punishment for our sin (14:9). No one needs to pay for his own sin. All can repent and believe. All can receive free justification (3:24; 5:1).


All people need to be justified by faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. He is God’s Only Son, the World’s Savior.
Have You Been Justified? If not, Call on Jesus Today!”

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