The Trek Thru Romans - Day 15
I was reading Romans 15 again and verse 5 hit me... “the God of endurance...” Endurance...hmm, I know I am supposed to persevere, to endure, but I love the fact that the Word describes God in this way...
I encourage you to read Chapter 15 slowly...linger a bit!
Come enjoy the view from the peak of the summit,
David J. Collum
Join the Conversation!
Share your thoughts, insights and questions in the comments section below. Below are some discussion questions to get the conversation started:
- How has this study of Romans impacted you as you stand at the top of the Himalayas of the New Testament? What have you learned and how have you grown spiritually?
- What questions are you wrestling with as we near the end of our study? Don’t move on from those without seeking the answers. What is your plan to get them answered so you can discover more of the depths of God’s Word?
- Romans 15:5b encourages us to live in harmony with other believers. Are there any relationships in your life that need to be “re-harmonized”? What practical steps can you take to make those relationships right?
- As believers in Christ, we have a hope that transcends all the good circumstances and difficult circumstances in life. We certainly need the God of hope to fill us with all joy and peace in believing, so that by the power of the Holy Spirit we may abound in hope (Romans 15:13). In what areas of your life do you need this joy, peace, and hope to encourage you in Christ? What truths from the book of Romans can you apply to those areas to help you strengthen your faith?