In the Book of Romans Paul wrote many letters answering questions about the human world, mankind’s relations with God, the natural world and most importantly the plan of salvation. Paul wrote these letters to tell the truth, to tell that no matter what race or religion, we are all sinner and the only way to truly become righteous is though faith in Jesus Christ. In Rome at that time you had two extremes of people, the heathens, and those who thought they were holier than thou (Jews). In todays society we still have those two extremes but we also have a middle ground, those who are straddling the fence. Paul just wanted the entire human race to know that we are guilty before God for both past and …show more content…
This topic and going over the book of Romans just taught me that as a Christian I need to do what God put me on this earth to do, win souls. I can see the prophecy of Revelation quickly coming to pass and its scary because so many people are still unreached and lost. In my country alone I just think about all the senseless murders occurring daily and it make me think because I’m sure 85% - 90% of them were not saved. Romans also teaches that everyone was born with sin and based on your decisions sin can defeat you, or you proclaim the victory through Jesus Christ. As Christians we can say sin no longer has control over us because we are under the wings of the almighty. This does not give us the right to put non-Christians under us because someone had to show you the way. Next time instead of judging a person for where they are, I will say I was there and someone brought me out. Sin is sin there is none greater than the other. Romans 6: 23 says, “ For the wages of sin is death but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord” it’s a free gift so we should share it.
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