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Matthew 22:37-40

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Romans 4

My name is J. T., and I’m a lazy blogger. There, confession is good for the soul. I’ll be posting a chapter 5 summary on Monday, just so that I can at least cover the bases on where we are in our Romans study.  I thought we would talk a bit about Romans 4 as … Continue reading Romans 4

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Romans 3:25-31

Chapter 3 has been a great example of the depth of Paul’s message in the letter to the Roman churches. I’ve been challenged as I’ve prepared, seeking to effectively bring God’s Word to His church. The exercise has helped me to see in my everyday life a bit of Paul’s argument for salvation by faith, … Continue reading Romans 3:25-31

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Romans 3:21-26

I was thankful for the opportunity for a “do-over” this past Sunday (and this coming Sunday, for that matter). I felt we had much to discuss in these six verses, and I hope that came across as we have studied them together this week. Paul’s argument in Romans 3 brings to a point the universal … Continue reading Romans 3:21-26

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Grace and the Illusion of Perfection

First, I think you should know some things about this article in the interest of full disclosure. 1. I am a huge fan of an in-state college football team, but my thoughts really aren’t connected to that, or sports, in any way, shape, form or fashion. 2. I actually attended the university where this person … Continue reading Grace and the Illusion of Perfection

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Romans 3:19-31

Have you ever bitten off more than you can chew? I am not only guilty of that, but I'm a repeat offender! I have chosen to backtrack this upcoming Sunday to try to do a better job of tending to the very dense passage at the heart of what we talked about too generally last … Continue reading Romans 3:19-31

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