MySundayNotes

MySundayNotes

God is always with us
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Date of Study:
July 10, 2022

Context Summary
Romans 2:1–11 springs a trap, of sorts, for every reader who thought that Paul’s devastating list of sins at the end of Romans 1 was about other people. In truth, everyone is guilty of sin. Those who judge others are guilty, also, of hypocrisy. Nobody will escape God’s judgment for personal sin, including religious Jews and Gentiles. God will absolutely judge each person according to what he or she has done. If someone has lived sinlessly, doing only good, he will receive rewards and eternal life. If not, he deserves wrath and fury. This point sets up Paul’s explanation of how we can, in fact, obtain salvation: by grace through faith.

 

For a more detailed summary select the link below.

 

“Romans 2:4” Bibleref.com

What does Romans 2:4 mean? | BibleRef.com

 

Romans 2:4

Or do you show contempt for the riches of his kindness, forbearance and patience, not realizing that God’s kindness is intended to lead you to repentance?

Revelation 14 11
Isaiah 5 20
Matthew 25 40
Numbers 28 3
1 Corinthians 6 9

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