Introduction Romans 1-8 discusses material that show examples of how society, our relationships,

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Introduction Romans 1-8 discusses material that show examples of how society, our relationships, and many other parts of our lives determine how we choose to live. It shows us that we can use these things to live our lives the way that we should live them, in the light of Christ and not of this world. Romans 1-8 also establishes ways that my worldview is molded through Christ and how I want to live according to His Word. Analysis Romans 8:19-22 shows us how sin caused us to fall from our perfect, original being. This exemplifies our sin nature in that we cannot be spotless and there is a certain need for a Savior, which is Jesus Christ. Each one of us is subject to age and we will all eventually die. We are all sinners condemned to hell,…show more content…
God gave us the opportunity to have relationships with other Christians, because staying strong in your walk with Christ and having other people lift you up in different situations are key aspect to being able to be faithful to the Lord every single day. Romans 2:12-15 shows that God’s moral law for how each one of us should live is established in all different societies and cultures around the world. For example, in various cultures throughout the world, the Ten Commandments usually follow laws that are set in place in that culture, such as murder, lying and adultery. This shows us that God has given each culture a set of rules to abide by. Conclusion All of the different subjects that Romans 1-8 discuss have an impact on my worldview. These passages challenge me to be set apart from this world and to find my identity in Christ and nothing else. Society today wants everyone to identify themselves with clothing, drugs, friends, or anything else that does not glorify Christ. By finding my identity in Christ, the way I see the world has changed a lot from before I knew Christ. Instead of trying to find ways of fulfillment in my life, I can be satisfied in Jesus Christ. These passages also determine the way I should view each relationship I have in my life. My relationships should glorify Jesus Christ and not I or the other person involved. With the worldview that I have now that I am a follower of

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