Tag Archive: understanding paul

1 Corinthians 14 – Gifts Of The Spirit, Silence In The Churches

Downloaded from: http://ldsseminary.wordpress.com/2013/03/19/1-corinthians-14-gifts-of-the-spirit-silence-in-the-churches/ Paul emphasizes the importance of the gifts of the Spirit in building Zion in 1 Corinthians 14. “Forasmuch as ye are zealous of spiritual gifts, seek that ye may excel to the edifying of the church” (1 Corinthians 14:12). Paul … Continue reading →

Romans 14 – Doubtful Disputations

Downloaded from: http://ldsseminary.wordpress.com/2013/03/07/romans-14-doubtful-disputations/ Romans 14 – Doubtful Disputations Him that is weak in the faith receive ye, but not to doubtful disputations.  For one believeth that he may eat all things: another, who is weak, eateth herbs.  Let not him that eateth despise … Continue reading →

Romans 12 – The Church And Spiritual Gifts

Downloaded from: http://ldsseminary.wordpress.com/2013/03/05/romans-12-the-church-and-spiritual-gifts/ Romans 12 can be outlined as follows: A. Romans 12:1-2 The mortal struggle – bringing our bodies in subjection to the Spirit B. Romans 12:-21 The body of Christ (the Church) and spiritual gifts 1. Romans 12:3-5 Two important attitudes … Continue reading →

Romans 11 – The Gentiles Grafted In

Downloaded from: http://ldsseminary.wordpress.com/2013/03/04/romans-11-the-gentiles-grafted-in/ Many years ago I taught near a school where a there was an athletically gifted young man. He had tremendous talent on the football field and the basketball court. He was probably the highest scorer on the basketball team, and his achievements … Continue reading →

Romans 8:12-39 Hope For The Saints

Downloaded from: http://ldsseminary.wordpress.com/2013/02/27/romans-812-39-hope-for-the-saints/ I find the following outline to be helpful when studying Romans 8:12-39 1. Five Characteristics of a Saint – Romans 8:12-17 A. Romans 8:12-13 A Saint Puts to Death the Natural Man B. Romans 8:14 A Saint is led by … Continue reading →

Romans 7:7-8:11 The Battle We All Face

Downloaded from: http://ldsseminary.wordpress.com/2013/02/26/romans-77-811-the-battle-we-all-face/ I outline Romans 7:7-8:11 as follows: Romans 7:7-8:11 The Battle We All Face: A New Spirit in a Fallen Mortal Body 1. Romans 7:7-14 The Law & Sin 2. Romans 7:15-25 The Rude Awakening: My Mortal Body Fights My Spirit … Continue reading →

Romans 6:1-7:6 Saved By Grace, Changed By Grace

Downloaded from: http://ldsseminary.wordpress.com/2013/02/25/romans-61-76-saved-by-grace-changed-by-grace/ Romans 6:1-7:6 can be outlined as follows: I. Romans 6:1-7:6 Two Key Ideas: To be dead to sin (justification), to be alive in Christ (sanctification). 1. Romans 6:1-11 The new life of a Christian, symbolism of our baptism a. Romans … Continue reading →

Romans 3:21-31 – Paul & Justification

Downloaded from: http://ldsseminary.wordpress.com/2013/02/23/romans-321-31-paul-justification/ In Romans 3:21-8:39 Paul spends time teaching the Romans what a Christian is like, comparing the New Covenant with the Old, comparing Adam to Jesus, and illustrating how Heavenly Father is an active participant in our lives. The next few … Continue reading →

Romans 2:12-3:20 How The Lord Judges Man

Downloaded from: http://ldsseminary.wordpress.com/2013/02/22/romans-212-320-how-the-lord-judges-man/ Romans 2:12-3:20 can be outlined as follows: Romans 2:12-3:20 The Law: How God judges mankind 1. 2:12-16 How the Lord will judge the Gentiles 2. 2:17-29 How the Jews will be judged 3. 3:1-18 Paul answers questions relating to Jew/Gentile … Continue reading →

Romans 1: Welcome To The Roman World!

Downloaded from: http://ldsseminary.wordpress.com/2013/02/22/romans-1-welcome-to-the-roman-world/ Romans 1 emphasizes the fact that God honors agency. Several times in this chapter Paul states that God allows even the wicked to seek their respective goals and purposes. He says, ”God gave them up to uncleanness through the lusts of their … Continue reading →

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