How could a hard-hearted killer and Jesus-hater become the greatest-ever advocate for Christianity? Only because of the completeness of the transforming work of Christ.
That man, who became known as the apostle Paul, later wrote to the Christians in Rome, thoroughly explaining the unique greatness and power of God’s good news. Everyone is dead toward God because of sin and stands condemned, but anyone may gain right standing with Him through Jesus Christ. This rightness can come only by believingby faith. Nothing can earn, buy, or be exchanged for it. And it brings new life and inner change.
This easy-to-use study of the first eight chapters of Romans offers open-ended discussion questions, Bible passages, and helpful explanations and applications to help you, or you and your group, grasp the wonder and transforming power of God’s work in your life.
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Stonecroft reaches people where they are, as they are, with the Gospel of Jesus Christ through a variety of outreach activities and small group Bible studies specifically designed for those not familiar with God. The Stonecroft Bible Studies published by Harvest House include Who Is Jesus?, What Is God Like?, Connecting with God, and others.