The first of the year we will begin our journey through the New Testament book of Romans. The Apostle Paul wrote this letter to the Church in Rome. The church was founded by another and Paul had not yet had an opportunity to visit. This was a church that had many Jewish Christians as well as gentile Christians. Paul goes to great lengths explaining Gods plan of redemption for all people, how the Gospel of Jesus Christ is relevant to all mankind and the responsibilities given to all Christians. At the end of Paul’s ministry before his martyrdom, he spent two years in Rome teaching the Christians (Acts 28:30-31). We could not imagine a much greater blessing than to have the Apostle Paul as our pastor for 2 years. What are the things he would teach us? He would teach us in further detail, what we read in Romans. We have a great privilege this coming year to study and learn from Paul as we carefully go through his letter to the Roman church. Come and join us and we will learn what the Apostle Paul would teach us today if he had the opportunity. See you Sunday at 10 am.
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