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Remnant is a short daily devotional brought to you by Jonathan Porter. We look at one verse a day, going in order through Paul's Letter to the Romans. It's a light Bible study that loops in life application pointers from the text. It's a great way to start your day.
This introductory episode explains what this daily devotional is and what to expect going forward.
Paul begins his letter to the Romans by telling them that he has been set apart for the gospel of God. But what does it mean to be set apart for the gospel?
Paul's second verse in his letter to the Romans makes clear that the gospel was promised beforehand in the old testament. Today's devotional talks about God's fulfilled promises.
Paul continues talking about how the gospel fulfils old testament promises, specifically that God's throne would endure forever through the offspring of David. Today's devotional talks about that promise and what it meant when God became flesh.
Paul's greeting to the Romans, who he had never met, is unconventional by today's standards, but it shows that Paul identified himself first and foremost as a servant of Jesus. Today's devotional talks about how we identify ourselves.
Paul's greeting packs nearly every new testament theme into his greeting, including three themes in verse 5 alone: grace, apostleship, and obedience of faith.
We're been reading Paul's greeting to the Romans and how Paul identifies himself first and foremost in Jesus Christ. In this verse, Paul tells us that this identity in Christ isn't just for apostles--it includes you.
Paul ends his salutation to the church in Rome by wishing them peace from God. Today's devotional digs into what peace from God really means and how we can achieve it.
My six-year-old son Gray joins us to read today's verse and tell us about what our churches should be known for.
In verse 8, Paul wrote that the church in Rome was proclaimed in all the world for its faith. Now in verse 9, Paul writes that he prays without ceasing for the church in Rome. I think the ceaseless prayer causes the faith proclaimed in all the world.
We pick back up with ceaseless prayer in today's devotional by talking about what Charles Spurgeon wrote on what it means to pray without ceasing.
Paul tells the church in Rome that he wants to visit them so that he might share some spiritual gift with them so that they might be strengthened. We touch on what spiritual gifts are and we might use them in our lives.
Paul writes that he wants to impart some spiritual gift to the church in Rome so that they might be mutually encouraged--meaning Paul hopes to encourage and to be encouraged. We talk about how we might encourage each other today.
Paul writes that he wants to be encouraged by the church in Rome, and in this verse he tells the Romans that he wants to enjoy the harvest at the church--to see how it has grown through the word.
Paul writes that he is "under obligation" to Greeks and barbarians. Why does Paul use the word "obligation"? We discuss that today.
Paul ends his section on his longing to visit the church in Rome. To whom is Paul eager to preach the gospel? To everyone, including you.
There's a reason this verse is underlined in my old NIV bible. Paul packs two big messages into this verse: (1) that the gospel may be offensive to some, but that he is not ashamed of it; and (2) that the power of God for salvation is available to everyone who believes.
One of the most profound, complex, and debated verses in Romans is verse 17. I do my best to unpack double meanings and talk about how we might meditate on this verse to help us realize that all righteousness we receive in God is for one reason: faith.
After writing about the righteousness of God, Paul flips to the unrighteousness of men, which Paul writes draws the wrath of God.
After writing that God's wrath comes to all, Paul anticipates an objection by the Gentiles in the church in Rome that they didn't know any better. Paul counters that objection by pointing out that God is plain to all. We talk about what that means.
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