Romans Chapter 10 Discussion Page 9



 
  • Timothy Wayne George on Romans 10
    To Bro. Ezra, study Phil.3:4,5 Paul tells you that he was of the tribe of Benjaman, an Hebrew of the Hebrews; as touching the Law, a Pharisee.
    The goal of Paul was to be found in Jesus, not having mine own righteousness which is in the law, but that which is through faith of Christ.
    This tells you that he was a christian, and he wanted to know Christ in the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his suffering, being made conformable unto his death.
    Paul considered himself to be the least of the Apostles, because he persecuted the church of God. He also said I am what I am by the grace of God. We thank God for saving Paul, and giving him the ministry to the Gentiles. Yet Paul's desire was for Israel to be saved, and that will happen in the last days in the tribulation. Right now God is calling out Jews, and Gentiles in this age of grace called the church. May the Lord bless you richly my beloved brother.
  • Ezra on Romans 10
    Where in the scripture did it say that Paul was a Jew then got converted. my question is, converted to what? Christianity? I think not. The gentiles in the book of Acts is about the Jews who did not know they were Jews. Read the entire book of Acts. Paul did not convert to anything. He was brought up in the law and was considered a Pharasee who persecuted the Jews who beleive in Christ until he met Christ who told him to stop. His mission was to preach Christ to
    the Gentiles(Jews) that were scattered throughout different location. Read Acts 11 vs 19 tells you that they preach to no other but the jews not everyone.
  • StephendeRafael on Romans 10
    Paul was a Jew after the strictest sect, but was converted after the Lord appeared to him on the road to Damascus. And further was appointed to be the Preacher to the Gentiles after meeting with the Apostles in Jeruselem. Because the Jews of that day did not accept it that Jesus was the Son of God, they stumbled at that Rock, even though he performed many miracles, which if he were not from God he could not perform these healings, prophecies, resurrections, and these "new" teachings. But he was from God, as was Moses, and the prophets as well. Appointed from their Mothers womb, as it is said. So Paul got fed up with their gainsaying and frowardness and turned to the gentiles. God wants believers, no matter who they are, whomsoever will. Jews of that day were like these Muslims of our day. Militantly opposed to anything foreign to their tenets of their religion. I for one believe the whole truth of the entire Bible! The psalms of David, the epistles of Paul and James. All of it is edifying and all of it is the Word of God, blessed be he.
  • Asenath on Romans 10:9
    Yes It is all said. if you shall confess that Jesus is the Lord and that God raised Him from death..you will be saved.
  • Augustine on Romans 10:14
    I think we have a big commission to accomplish on earth as Jesus Christ has called us to declay his name to all who have not yet beleive and heard the message of our Lord Jesus Christ.The bible make it clare to us in the book of MATTHEW 28:19-20 SAYS, GO YE THERFORE AND TEACH ALL NATIONS, BAPTIZING THEM IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER, AND OF THE SON, AND OF THE HOLY GHOST. 20. TEACHING THEM TO OBSERVE ALL THINGS WHATSOEVER I HAVE COMMANDED YOU: AND LO, I AM WITH YOU ALWAYS EVEN UNTO THE END OF THE WORLD. AMEN. This let us know and to understand that there are many peoples who are perishing as Apostle Paul said in the book of 1CORINTIANS 1:18 FOR THE PREACHING OF THE CROSS IS TO THEM THAT PERISH, FOOLISHNESS; BUT UNTO US WHICH ARE SAVED IS THE POWER OF GOD. We have a message to declare to the world and that message is that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and He (Jesus Christ) is the way the truth and the life: no man come unto the father (God) but by me. John 14:6. This is our goal towards the world.God bless us all as we accomplish the goal in Jesus name. AMEN....
  • Ben weaver on Romans 10:10
    With the heart (that inner reserve where we keep our treasures), we rely on Jesus as our channel to a right standing with God, and with the mouth confession / profession (verbally stating a belief) unto salvation. Salvation from what? The following v. suggests - while believing on God, we will not be defeated / put to shame. This salvation from evil forces may be for now as we believe the Bibles promises and verbally declare that God's power through Jesus is our salvation from the enemy's attacks at us. The Bible's emphasis on the power of our words seems to be overlooked. James says, "If anyone dosn't stumble in words, this is a perfect man able also to bridle the whole body (Ch.3:v.2). Death and life are in the power of the tongue (Prov.18:21).
  • Ben Weaver on Romans 10:8
    Here we have the contrast between God's law as given to Moses, which requires a doing, and the gospel of grace, which is to be believed and confessed with ones mouth. The grammer of "saved" and "salvation" is most often future tense (maybe following preparation for it, but still in this life as well as at the judgment). There are references to the benifits of salvation here and now. Eph. 6 states (Take the helmet of salvation v.17 ...that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil v.11. That seems to support "whosoever believes on Him shall not be ashamed" or defeated here and now when "with the mouth confession is made unto salvation" (v.10). Jesus spoke with his mouth, "Get thee hense, Satan, for it is written ( Matt. 4:10). Also, most miracles of defeating our enemies were performed by the spoken word. See Acts 3:6.
  • Ben Weaver on Romans 10:8
    From v. 4 to 11, this passage describes the Christ method to be saved from defeat. It is not by merrit works like the old testament was, but by believing and declaring Jesus Christ raised from the dead. While being saved is usually seen as after we die, V. 11 indicates that this promise is for now, during this life. In the phrase "Word of faith", "Word" is from the Gr. "Rhema" which I gather means, that which God reveals or gives to us, beyond the method of giving, for which the Gr. is "logos". Anyway, "The word of faith" needs not be sought as from a distance, but it is in believing and declaring Jesus. Doing this, we will not be defeated.
  • John Payne on Romans 10
    ammmmmmmmmmm Roman is a good book
  • Lovelin on Romans 10
    Serving God dedicatively, whole heartedly but unknowledgeably, not according to God's principles.
  • Georgina on Romans 10
    l think it teaches us more about salvation and how we must confess that Jesus christ is our lord and saviour and also teaches faith
  • David on Romans 10
    Romans 10:9&10, for me, is the foundation of the new birth. I believed in Jesus early in my life, but it was not until I "confessed with my mouth" before men that I received the Holy Spirit and became a new creation.


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