Be Right - Romans Paperback
How to Be Right with God, Yourself, and Others: NT Commentary Romans
by Warren Wiersbe;
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Be Right - Romans
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It can be argued that no book of the Bible has had a greater effect on Christianity than the book of Romans. Martin Luther described it as "the most important piece in the New Testament," and wrote; "It is well worth a Christian's while not only to memorize it word for word but also to occupy himself with it daily, as though it were the daily bread of the soul."
In this classic commentary by Dr. Warren Wiersbe, you can refresh your own understand of this seminal work, Paul's masterpiece letter to the church in Rome. Dr. Wiersbe's careful exposition of the text allows the truth to soak in to your heart and mind as you read and understand these essential truths of Scripture.
Be Right - Romans by Warren Wiersbe was published by David C Cook in June 2008 and is our 4706th best seller. The ISBN for Be Right - Romans is 9781434768476.
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A Word from the Author
1. Ready for Rome (Romans 1:1-17)
2. When God Gives Up (Romans 1:18-3:20)
3. Father Abraham (Romans 3:21-4:25)
4. Live like a King! (Romans 5)
5. Dying to Live (Romans 6)
6. Christians and the Law (Romans 7)
7. Freedom and Fulfilment (Romans 8)
8. Did God make a Mistake? (Romans 9)
9. The Wrong Righteousness (Romans 10)
10. God is Not Through with Israel! (Romans 11)
11. Right Relationships Mean Right Living (Romans 12-13)
12. When Christians Disagree (Romans 14:1-15:7)
13. Man on the Move (Romans 15:8-16:27)
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|Page last updated||6th July 2017|
|Author / Artist||Warren Wiersbe|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||David C Cook (June 2008)|
|Number of Pages||187|