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Romans 11:2

Romans 11:2

The commands of the Lord are not difficult or tedious to those that trust in the Word of the Lord. The instructions from God are not impossible or unrealistic to those that are called by His name. Joshua was here commanded to be strong and courageous. He was to draw his strength from the Lord God and was not to be dependent on his own brawn or brains. Had Joshua or the people of Israel sought to conquer the promised land by means of their own courage and strength read more...

Romans 11:6

Romans 11:6

The Bible tells us that we are saved by grace – and that we access this salvation through faith, for you are saved by grace through faith. Then the Bible tells us that salvation has nothing to do with us. Salvation has nothing to do with our good works; our kind deeds; our generous nature; our offerings in the collection plate – our being baptised in water; our attending a confessional; our reading the bible or saying prayers; our going to church read more...

Romans 11:11

Romans 11:11

Sadly there is an increasing move towards anti-Semitism in the world, which has been imported into the Christian Church, teaching that the Church has replaced Israel! God forbid, as Paul proclaims! Indeed Paul spends three chapters refuting this unbiblical belief. God has not finished with Israel, which is a truth that has its roots in Genesis, where despite Adam's sin.. God set in motion His glorious plan of redemption for mankind - and Israel plays an read more...

Romans 11:12

Romans 11:12

The Church has not replaced Israel and God has not finished with His chosen people, and should anyone doubt this truth, they should familiarise themselves with three chapters in Romans where Paul details their past history (chapter 9), their present position (chapter 10) and God’s future plans for His people (chapter 11).

Due to pride and disobedience, Israel were set aside for a season. Because they rejected their Messiah and read more...

Romans 11:33

Romans 11:33

The whole of Paul's Roman epistle is glorifying the wonderful works of God, while exposing the depravity of man. It details the glorious plan of salvation and the enormous sacrifice of Christ on the cross, whereby fallen man is not only released from slavery to sin; delivered from eternal condemnation and reconciled back to God - but saved by grace through faith in Him; made a new creation in Christ; made a citizen of heaven and a joint-heir with the Son of God; read more...

Romans 11:36

Romans 11:36

What an amazing way to sum up the entirety of Who God is - for from Him and through Him and to Him are all things. All things are from God.. all things are of God and all things are for God and have their genesis in God. Everything has its source and beginning in Him. He is the well-spring of all that exists.. for God is the great Creator of everything. And God spoke all things into existence - and the Word of read more...