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The Book of Romans - MALAYALAM

The Book of Romans - MALAYALAM / Malayalam

Salvation by Faith Alone - The Book of Romans

In 1517, Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses. His act changed the world. Although much has changed, God’s Word hasn’t. Truth led Luther to challenge Rome and deliver to millions the great message of salvation by faith. Since then, Christianity has greatly advanced, freeing itself from centuries of false doctrine that usurped the gospel. Yet over time, the Reformation stalled. In this ecumenical age, the truths that began the Reformation have been blurred to hide fundamental differences that have remained unresolved since Luther’s day. The prophecies of Daniel 7:23–25, 8:9–12, Revelation 13–14, and the message of salvation by faith show why faithful Bible students must adhere to the truths that our Protestant forefathers defended, even at the cost of their lives. We reject all attempts to draw Christians back to Rome. Scripture points in the opposite direction (Rev. 18:4), and we proceed in that direction as we proclaim the gospel (Rev. 14:6).

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November 19, 2017

Bible students differ on whether Romans 7 was Paul’s experience before or after his conversion. Whatever position one takes, what’s important is that Jesus’ righteousness covers us and that in His righteousness we stand perfect before God, who promises to sanctify us, to give us victory over sin, and to conform us to “the image of his Son” (Rom. 8:29).

November 12, 2017

“Sanctification,” is the process by which we overcome sin and, more and more, reflect the character of Christ. To be sanctified is often presented as a past completed act. The biblical usage of “sanctify” in no way denies the important doctrine of sanctification or the fact that sanctification is the work of a lifetime. This week we’ll look at another side of salvation by faith, i.e., the promises of victory over sin in the life of one saved by Jesus.

November 05, 2017

Through the fall of one man, Adam, all humanity faced condemnation, alienation, and death; through the victory of one man, Jesus, all the world was placed on a new footing before God. Paul contrasts Adam and Jesus, showing how Christ came to undo what Adam did, and showing that by faith the victims of Adam’s sin could be rescued by Jesus, the Saviour.

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