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Notes for Romans Chapter 6

Romans 6:1-13 Paul explained the process and the meaning of baptism: – Going under water symbolizes the death of our sinful bodies. – Raising up from the water symbolizes the resurrection of our new bodies dedicated for God. Overall, the

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Notes for Romans Chapter 5

Romans 5:1-11 Paul’s explanation of the believers having peace with God after being justified by faith, and he explained God’s love toward people by reminding us that Christ died for us before we got saved and while we were still

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Notes for Romans Chapter 4

Romans 4:1-25 Using Abraham as an example, Paul clearly explained that people can be justified by faith and not by their deeds or works.

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Notes for Romans Chapter 3

Romans 3:1-31 Paul’s explanation that the Jews and the Gentiles are both sinners, and that God’s law helps us realize that, and that the Jews and the Gentiles are both justified by the grace of God (if they believe in

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Notes for Romans Chapter 2

Romans 2:1-11 Warnings against judging (or criticizing) each other, and the rewards for: a.) Righteous = eternal life, glory, honor, and peace. b.) Unrighteous = indignation, wrath, tribulation, and anguish. Romans 2:12-16 Some details on the judging process for those

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Notes for Romans Chapter 1

Romans 1:1-7 Paul’s greetings to the Roman Christians and an introduction to his letter. Romans 1:8-15 Paul described his love and respect toward Roman Christians. Romans 1:16-17 Paul gave 2 important facts: – The Gospel of Christ = The Power

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