Romans Chapter 2 : Read the Bible Book of Romans

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Read Romans 2

Joel Boone Read Romans 2

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The Challenge Continues

Hey you guys! Joel Boone here, Artist and Author from Today we are continuing the challenge that so many of us have accepted together to “Read the Bible Book of Romans.” Today, we are going to continue that challenge in Romans Chapter 2.

If you are just coming on board with us, and you are not sure what this challenge is all about, I want to encourage you to go to There are some instructions there, you can watch a video and find out a little bit more about the story of why we have accepted this challenge together. So, let’s get into it. This is Romans Chapter 2.

Romans Chapter 2

Share Your Experience

That is Chapter 2 of the Bible Book of Romans. As you are enjoying Romans Chapter 2, I want to encourage you to leave a comment. Leave a comment below this video wherever you are watching. Whether you are at, YouTube, or social media, leave a comment and let people know what you think and what stuck out to you from Chapter 2 in the Bible Book of Romans.

If you have a question, or a great insight and thought to share, I want to encourage you share it in the comments. We will together encourage each other as we read through the Book of Romans together. So, I will see you in the comments, and I will see you the next video when we read Romans Chapter 3.

6 Responses

  1. Bridgette

    The first five words stuck out. “Therefore you have no excuse”. So many times I create an excuse in my head of why I can’t do this or that. What it comes down to is wanting to stay in my comfort zone and wanting to control my circumstances. In verse 4 it continues to speak to me about my daily choices. “Or do you presume on the riches of his kindness and forbearance and patience, not knowing that God’s kindness is meant to lead you to repentance? 5 But because of your hard and impenitent heart you are storing up wrath for yourself on the day of wrath when God’s righteous judgment will be revealed.” I think in the world of believers alot of people think that they are going to heaven so why do i need to be the one to be bold and stand up for my faith, I want to be a believer who stands up for what the bible says and is confident in the truth.

    • Thanks Bridgette! I really appreciate your post, especially honing in on the words “you have no excuse.” The tendency to be complacent is a common enemy for many people. Boldness is definitely observed in the Apostle Paul as he writes this letter to the Romans. He has successfully battled against the urge to conform to the culture, and is firmly standing up for his convictions, which are found in Jesus Christ. Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

  2. Good stuff. Great soul food in the morning!

  3. Jonathon Cline

    The theme in this chapter that really jumped out at me was that it is all about a “heart” issue. Many people try to hide behind their religion and religious activities claiming that it will be the ticket into heaven but even some of the Jews who had all the religious activities in the world, missed the central theme. Paul also makes a point that if you do not have the “heart” issue correct you can do more damage for the kingdom of God then good. It really made me stop and think about my heart and how I am living out my faith. Is my “life” or “walk” drawing others to God or is it pushing them away because they see me as living hypocritical. (Deep thinking…) It is all because of what God has done for me not what I have done for God.

    • Thanks for another great post Jonathon. Taking a hard look at the spiritual condition of my heart is an essential habit to foster growth. The need to continue to direct both my mind and heart to God is a daily necessity. Thanks for sharing!

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