The Book of Romans - TELUGU

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Salvation by Faith Alone - The Book of Romans

In 1517, Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses. His act changed the world. Although much has changed, God’s Word hasn’t. Truth led Luther to challenge Rome and deliver to millions the great message of salvation by faith. Since then, Christianity has greatly advanced, freeing itself from centuries of false doctrine that usurped the gospel. Yet over time, the Reformation stalled. In this ecumenical age, the truths that began the Reformation have been blurred to hide fundamental differences that have remained unresolved since Luther’s day. The prophecies of Daniel 7:23–25, 8:9–12, Revelation 13–14, and the message of salvation by faith show why faithful Bible students must adhere to the truths that our Protestant forefathers defended, even at the cost of their lives. We reject all attempts to draw Christians back to Rome. Scripture points in the opposite direction (Rev. 18:4), and we proceed in that direction as we proclaim the gospel (Rev. 14:6).

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December 24, 2017

As Protestants, and especially as Seventh-day Adventists, we rest on the principle of sola scriptura—the Bible alone as the standard of faith. And it is from the Bible that we have learned the same truth that caused our spiritual forefather, centuries ago, to break from Rome—the great truth of salvation by faith, a truth so powerfully expressed in Paul’s epistle to the Romans.

December 17, 2017

Paul calls all Christians to a high standard of obedience. This obedience comes from an inward change in our heart and mind, a change that comes only through the power of God working in a person surrendered to Him. The Christian needs to be enlightened as to what the requirements are; What this means is that works are part of the Christian faith. This is no denial of what Paul has said earlier about righteousness by faith. On the contrary, works are the true expression of what it means to live by faith.

December 10, 2017

Romans 10 and 11, these two chapters have been and remain the focal point of much discussion. One point, however, comes clearly through them all, and that is God’s love for humanity and His great desire to see all humanity saved. Romans 10 makes it very clear that “there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek” (Rom. 10:12). In chapter 11 Paul talks about election and calling, the issue isn’t one of salvation; the issue is the role in God’s plan for reaching the world. No one group has been rejected for salvation. That was never the issue. Instead, after the Cross and after the introduction of the gospel to the Gentiles, particularly through Paul, the early movement of believers—both Jew and Gentile—took on the mantle of evangelising the world.


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