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Romans by Brian Simmons
The love of God is so rich it leaves our hearts full of heaven. When we believe in Jesus Christ, he pours his Holy Spirit into our hearts until every sense of abandonment leaves. We become children of God, sons and daughters of glory, who follow the Lamb of God. Do you want to be enriched and discover the heavenly treasures of faith, grace, true righteousness, and power? Plug into the book of Romans and you will never be the same again. Gifts and glory are waiting for you to unwrap and make your own. Live the truths of Romans and watch how God’s love sets you free! For you have received the Holy Spirit who has enfolded you into God’s family, chosen and adopted as his very own child. And the Holy Spirit will never make you feel orphaned, or cause you to fear that God will abandon you. You are free from all bondage and no longer a mere servant. For the Holy Spirit inside your heart cries out, "You are his child, and he is your Father! The Holy Spirit living inside your spirit is the divine proof that you are God’s child!"
Grace In The Book Of Romans by Mike Mazzalongo
The grace of God is powerfully revealed and described in the story of Jesus' death, burial and resurrection, and nowhere is the grace of God more eloquently explained than in the book of Romans.
A Suggestive Commentary On St Paul S Epistle To The Romans by Thomas Robinson
Glory In Romans And The Unified Purpose Of God In Redemptive History by Donald L. Berry
Eschatological glory is a significant motif in Romans that has failed to garner the attention it deserves. Donald Berry argues that glory lies at the heart of Paul's redemptive historical framework and is an integral part of the gospel Paul proclaims in Romans. For Paul, eschatological glory is the realization of God's purpose for Adam and for Israel to see and to show forth the glory of God. This divine purpose finds fulfillment in Christ and in the new humanity he creates, those who now have "hope of the glory of God" (Rom 5:2). Paul's letter to the Romans provides stunning glimpses into the nature of this eschatological glory and the hope that believers have in Christ. Through careful and compelling exegesis, Berry brings to light Paul's conception of glory and its place at the center of God's purposes in redemptive history. While providing crucial insights into Romans, this study also contributes more broadly to Pauline theology and to the field of biblical theology. It highlights Paul's understanding of a unified divine purpose that runs through creation and redemption--God's desire to display his nature and character in all of creation through image-bearers who share in and reflect his glory.
The Grace And Glory Of God by Andrew Miller
From the Preface: May He in mercy grant that both reader and writer may be found faithful to this sacred trust. And may He graciously own and bless, in the service of the gospel, the following papers now going forth in a collected form; and may His name alone have all the praise and the glory.
Notes And Reflections On The Epistle To The Romans by Arthur Pridham (author of Notes and reflections on the Psalms.)
Grace And Glory by Earl Cripe
Ephesians tells us what God has given to us by grace, because of His own devotion toward His family, to involve us in His glory. Unlike the other epistles, Ephesians does not chide the Church for anything. It is concerned with informing us about the richness of eternal life and inheritance that has been bestowed on us by the generosity of God. Ephesians gives us a unique look at the heart of God and how marvelously He has set it up for us in His family and His Kingdom to share in His wisdom, His power, and His love because that is what He wanted to do. We have not deserved it and we have not invoked it by our actions or our faith. God has done it all because it pleased Him to do it. We are accepted in the beloved family of God because He has made us to be accepted. Ephesians proceeds to tell us what this language means in terms of our lives and relationship to God now. The magnitude of this grace and glory is staggering:
Grace And Glory by Geerhardus Vos
Romans by John Paul Heil
This book presents two new proposals regarding Paul’s Letter to the Romans. First, with regard to the structure of the letter, it demonstrates how each of the four main sections of the letter is comprised of a series of microchiastic units arranged in a macrochiastic pattern. The delineation of these structures facilitates the demonstration of the second new proposal, namely, that worship is a key theme of the letter. The theme of worship, both liturgical and ethical, streams through the letter from beginning to end. The letter’s theme of worship is closely associated with its themes of hope and glory. In and through the letter Paul calls on believers, made righteous with God from the faith that engenders an absolutely assured hope, to worship in hope of the glory of God, in hope of attaining the glory of the immortal God for which they were created, the glory of the divine life eternal of the risen Lord Jesus Christ.