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Hath not the potter power over the clay, of the same lump to make one vessel unto honour, and another unto dishonour?
Romans ix. 21.
Romans
The Holy Bible: King James Version
 
In this important letter, Paul wrote to the Romans about life in the Spirit, which is given to believers in Christ through faith. The apostle tells them about God's great kindness and declares that because of Jesus Christ, God accepts us and sets us free from our sins.
 
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CONTENTS
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KING JAMES VERSION

NEW YORK: AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY, 1999
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2000



CHAPTER

1  Salutation
Paul's Desire to Visit Rome
The Power of the Gospel
The Guilt of Mankind
2  The Righteous Judgment of God
The Jews and the Law
3  There Is None Righteous
Righteousness through Faith
4  The Example of Abraham
The Promise Realized through Faith
5  Results of Justification
Adam and Christ
6  Dead to Sin but Alive in Christ
Servants of Righteousness
7  An Analogy from Marriage
The Problem of Indwelling Sin
8  Life in the Spirit
More than Conquerors
9  God's Election of Israel
Righteousness Based on Faith
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11  The Remnant of Israel
The Salvation of the Gentiles
The Restoration of Israel
12  Exhortations for Christian Living
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14  Those Weak in Faith
15  The Gospel to the Gentiles
Paul Plans to Visit Rome
16  Personal Greetings
Concluding Doxology



 
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