Paul shows his love and appreciation for his friends and fellow laborers as he closes out his epistle.
We see Paul's heart for missions in this passage.
Paul turns to vital issues. Truth must be held in love, but held at all costs.
Great to treat a brother in the spirit of charity, much better to treat him in the spirit of Christ.
Paul continues the weaker brother argument.
The weak and the strong in faith. How do we maintain unity?
Our responsibilities to citizens of our land, and our responsibilities in view of Christ's second coming.
Paul concludes chapter 12 instructing the believer on how to treat an unbeliever. He begins chapter 13 talking about the role of government in the believers life.
Paul deals with having a right attitude before looking at some spiritual gifts.
Romans 12 speaks of consecration and dedication.
Israel's rejection by God is neither final or complete.
Paul teaches that both Jew and Gentile must come to God through faith in Christ.
Paul continues discussing the sovereignty of God in the salvation of the Gentiles. The Jews sought salvation through the Law, and the Gentiles came to God through faith in Christ.…
Paul has finished the main portion of the epistle and now goes back and answers questions concerning the Jews part in all of this since they appear to have been…
Paul continues dealing with God's work in the believer.