Lesson Eight—Acts . . . A Note From Corinth to Rome

Sin . . . Salvation . . . Sanctification . . . Sovereignty . . . Service

Paul's letter to the Romans was the first book of the Bible that I studied in depth at Wheaton College. My Old and New Testament survey classes had intrigued me as a freshman, but Romans as a sophomore hooked me on Bible study for a lifetime! 

William Tyndale, the sixteenth-century Bible translator, once wrote this about Romans: "No man verily can read it too oft, or study it too well; for the more it is studied, the easier it is; the more it is chewed, the pleasanter it is; and the more grandly it is searched, the preciouser things are found in it, so great treasure of spiritual things lieth hid therein." With that, let's discuss implications of the truths of Romans:

What are ways that you can share the love of Jesus Christ with a lost and dying world? With those in your circle of influence?

What has been your biggest take away from your study this week and how is it changing the way you think and act?

Looking forward to seeing you on the blog!


pam :)