Pastor Post - February 7, 2018
This week we will continue in our study of Romans by digging into Romans 2:1-11.
Last week, in Romans 1:18-32, Paul was speaking about the Gentile pagan world, and its descent into idolatry and depravity.
In chapter 2 he turns his attention to religious people who criticize those who behave in these ways, yet do the very same things. Therefore, church-going, Bible-believing Christians like us need to pay very close attention to Romans 2!
As you read and pray (by all means, this is a text that should cause people like us to examine and pray about our own hearts!!!) over Romans 2:1-11, consider the following:
What is the difference between pointing out that something is wrong (which the Bible says we should do) and having a critical spirit (which we should not have)?
What are some ways in which Bible-believing, church-going Christians like us can be hypocritical?
Last week in 1:18 we saw a present wrath that is being revealed, as God hands people over to the consequences of their own choices. But here in 2:1-11 we see a future wrath? Where do you see that in the text?
Paul says in verses 6-10 that God will judge us according to our works. How does this square with what he says about justification by faith? Hint: Read Ephesians 2:8-10 and James 2.
On Sunday night, we will enjoy a great time of food and fellowship at the Chili Cook Off. This has become a fun winter event, where we get to have fun and raise money for missions at the same time.
By His Grace, For His Glory, To The Nations,
Dr. Thurman Hayes, Jr.
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