Romans Chapter 4: Read the Bible Book of Romans

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Joel Boone | Romans Chapter 4: Read the Bible Book of Romans

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Hey everybody, Joel Boone here, Artist and Author from JoelBoone.com. I just want to start out by saying, everyone is doing an awesome, awesome job. Keep it up! It is so exciting to see how many have not only committed to reading through the Bible Book of Romans, but are actually doing it, and participating by sharing what it is that sticks out to them. So, keep going, keep doing it. It is awesome to see what you guys are writing and the thoughts that you are sharing. Today we continue our challenge. If you want to know more about it, go to JoelBoone.com/Romans. We are in chapter 4 of the Bible Book of Romans. So, let’s get into it together.




Read Romans Chapter 4

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That is Chapter 4 in the Bible Book of Romans. Again, keep it up! You guys are doing a great job! It is exciting to see how many people are sharing at JoelBoone.com and on Social Media. It is really, really neat to see the participation of everyone involved. I am so excited to be walking through the Book of Romans with you. Keep sharing the thoughts that come to your mind, I will see you in the comments, and I will see you in the next video when we take a look at Romans Chapter 5 together.

2 Responses

  1. Jonathon Cline

    The verses that jumped out at me or verse 4, 5, & 16. I like how Paul really brings it down to basics clearly stating that salvation is a gift, a free gift, from the Lord and not something that can be earned. Also like how Paul states that the sign of circumcision was given after faith was credited to Abraham showing that Abraham didn’t have to do anything to have his faith credited, God just did it. I know it is hard for people to to accept a “free” gift because in this world there is no such thing as a “free” gifts because strings are always attached. Not so with God. Our only part is to step forward and accept it. Those are my thoughts…

    • Great thoughts Jonathon. The idea of there being “strings attached” is a great concept to help illustrate this passage. Also, while the gift of Salvation is free for us, it was at high cost to God through Jesus Christ. It was not possible for us to earn it, but the Messiah earned it on our behalf. With this in mind, I’m motivated to “attach” myself to the gift giver because of who He is and all He has done for me. Great post Jonathon!

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