Romans 1-7 : The gift of God Paperback
Godís precious gift of right standing
by Timothy Keller;
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Romans 1-7 : The gift of God
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We want to be right in the eyes of the law of our land, of those we respect, of our loved ones, of those we work with. We strive to gain and then keep this right standing.
But there is another, far better and more important righteousness. A righteousness which changes and liberates every aspect of our lives, and yet which none of us can earn or maintain ourselves.
Itís a righteousness from God.
Romans 1Ė7 is all about that righteousness. It shows us why we donít have it, why we need it, and how we can receive it. It thrills us that ďthe gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our LordĒ (Romans 6 v 23).
This seven-study guide will help groups and individuals to see how wonderful the gift of righteousness is, and inspire them to enjoy it in every part of their lives.
Why study Romans 1-7?
Introducing righteousness (1:1-17)
Why everyone needs the gospel (1:18 - 2: 29)
How to be right with God (3:1-31)
What Abraham and David discovered (4:1-25)
Enjoying justification (5:1-21)
Why Christians obey God (6:1 - 7:6)
Warfare within (7:7-25)
Romans 1-7 : The gift of God by Timothy Keller was published by The Good Book Company in February 2014 and is our 5134th best seller. The ISBN for Romans 1-7 : The gift of God is 9781908762924.
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Details for Romans 1-7 : The gift of God
|Page last updated||22nd November 2016|
|Author / Artist||Timothy Keller|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||The Good Book Company (February 2014)|
|Number of Pages||88|