Romans Chapter 3: Read the Bible Book of Romans

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Hey guys, Joel Boone here, Artist and Author from We are here today continuing the challenge, that so many of us have accepted, to Read the Bible Book of Romans. If you want to find out a little bit more of how this challenge came about and why we are doing it, just go to Once there, can get all the instructions you need to participate. So, today we are in chapter 3 of the Bible Book of Romans. So, let’s get into it together. This is Romans chapter 3.

Read Romans Chapter 3

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That is the Bible Book of Romans, chapter 3. I want to encourage everyone who is watching, please leave a comment in the section below. Whether you are at, or YouTube, or social media, let people know what stuck out to you from this passage. What caught your attention? Maybe, there is a question you have? Maybe, there is an insight that you want to share? Maybe, there is a suggestion that you have to make this experience even better. I want to encourage you to share all of your ideas. I will read every comment that you write down, and I will do my absolute best to respond to everybody who participates. I am so excited to be going on this journey with you, as together, we read the Bible Book of Romans. I will see you in the comments, and in the next video, when we take a look at Romans Chapter 4.

8 Responses

  1. Hi Joel- What I like is your enthusiastic reading! Thanks for doing this, it’s just the prompting I needed to get reading. V28 ….justified by faith without the deeds of the law, & V29 I am so glad He is the God of the Gentiles also!!

    • Thanks Carol! I agree that the inclusion of the Gentiles (people who are not Jewish) is an incredible reality. The extension of God’s grace to all of us is remarkably beautiful. Thanks for sharing your insights!

  2. Grace Cooper

    Hi Joel, This is Grace Cooper. Long time! Thanks for this challenge.
    Today, I think the phrase that will be rattling around in my head is ” because in his divine forbearance he had passed over former sins.” Looking back on my life, I can see so many times that God must have exercised “his divine forbearance”, and I know there are so many other moments or seasons that I won’t even know until I stand before Him. What I am struck with in a fresh way today is how needy I was of His redemptive work on my behalf, and that this streak of self righteousness that rears its ugly head more often than I care to admit, has no place alongside the gift of His blood shed.

    • Grace! Great to hear from you. Thanks for checking out the site. It truly is an incredible thought to think that the love of Christ has shown great patience to mankind. As I look back at the past, it is pretty clear to see many ways in which God has shown me gracious patience, all when I didn’t deserve it. Great insight Grace, thanks for participating.

  3. At the end of ch. 2 and again today, I finish reading (listening😄) and think, I am so grateful for The Gospel!
    Today, v23-24…all sin, justified by His grace as a GIFT, through the redemption of Jesus! Thank you, Lord, for your Son!

    • Julie, thanks for sharing the insight that God gave you as you were reading the passages. As I have been reading, it has been a great reminder for how much love God has shown to me and my family. It is pretty humbling.

  4. Jonathon Cline

    Hi Joel, I have to agree with Carol in that verse 27 and 28 jumped out at me. So many people including a long-time dear friend try to justify their walk with God through works/deeds. It is made clear so many times in the scriptures that salvation is a gift, a free gift, not to be earned as a result of our works. Thanks be to God I am not receiving the “wages” I truly deserve. I love how Paul makes it clear as well as reminding us that God is the God of everyone. Thanks be to God that his plan is salvation included as Gentiles. I also appreciate the reading because this time through the book of Romans, I am able to close my eyes and absorb His words at a slower pace. Thanks for taking the time to record these precious words. Blessings my friend…

    • Hey Jonathon. I’m glad you are enjoying the readings. I am also thankful that God has paid the penalty for my sin, and that I am willingly able to respond to Jesus in worship and service.

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