Wednesday Morning Bible Study – Fall 2020

     After several years of traveling from synagogue to synagogue in the part of the world we know as Greece and Turkey, the Apostle Paul was planning a preaching mission in Rome, the imperial capitol.  He had received many reports of the growing Christian community in that city.  Like all the other early Christian communities, the members were mostly Jews.  But Paul heard that the community also included some non-Jews.

     In preparation for this mission, Paul wrote a lengthy epistle to be read in their weekly gatherings.  This document was carefully preserved and handed down from generation to generation.  Eventually it was included in the canon of the Christian Scriptures.

     Please plan to join us as we gather at 10:30 each Wednesday morning in the Parish Hall.

September 9                   Session One                              Romans 1: 1-32

                   To all of God’s beloved in Rome, who are called to be saints.

September 16                  Session Two                             Romans 2: 1-29

                   Do you not realize that God’s kindness is meant to lead you

                   to repentance?

September 23                  Session Three                           Romans 3: 1-31

                   Is God the God of the Jews only?  Is he not the God of the

                   Gentiles also?  Yes, of Gentiles also!

September 30                  Session Four                             Romans 4: 1-25

                   Blessed are those whose iniquities are forgiven, and whose

                   sins are covered.

October 7                       Session Five                     Romans 5: 1-21

                   Therefore, since we are justified by faith, we have peace with

                   God through our Lord Jesus Christ.

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