The Trek Thru Romans - Day 16
Many people breeze through 16, almost skipping over the names. Consider slowing down. When I do, I see a few things...I see Paul as a person...who is concerned for all sorts of people...and finally, standing at the last three verses...
Well read Romans 16 and then have one last look at my notes.
I am praying for God to strengthen you according to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Strengthened in the Glorious Gospel,
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:
- Paul shares the names of other Christians that have encouraged him and sacrificed for his benefit. How have others sacrificed and encouraged you in your walk with the Lord? How can you be that encouragement to someone elsethis week?
- Our God is so very “other”. What characteristics of God come to mind that mark Him as being unlike anyone or anything else? Take some time in prayer praising Him for His unmatchable character.
- We have spent some time diving into the depths of some giant theological topics in Romans. Any study like this in God’s Word should always lead to doxology or praise of God. How can you ensure that your time in God’s Word leads to worship that results in a life of doxology?
- As we finish our study, what are the top three areas of your life and heart that God still wants to transform? Spend some time in prayer asking for His grace, mercy, and power to continue to transform you.
- The Gospel is the “power of God unto salvation” and should not be kept to ourselves. Who can you share God’s Gospel with so they experience God’s saving power? Make a plan to intentionally reach them with the Gospel. Our pocket Gospels of John can help you. Check them out at www.ptl.org/share.