John Paul 's Letter Of The Roman Gentile 's ' The Wrath Of God '

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True Liberty Paul’s letters to the Roman Gentile’s and Jewish leaders in Roman reverberate a statement unlike any other sermon given in power, instruction, or refutation the church has ever heard. From Paul’s heart one can hear his plea, Know ye not, brethren (for I speak to them that know the law,) how that the law hath dominion over a man as long as he liveth?” (Romans 7:1 KJV) Paul uses creation as his foundation to proclaim the gospel. Verse 18 states, “the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against the ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who by their unrighteousness suppress the truth. ” Ever since Adams response when question by God “who told you that thou was naked?”(Gen.3:10-11KJV) man has tried in vain to suppress the truth of God’s word. Therefore, since the suppression of man about God’s truth, man’s thoughts have become futile and unnatural towards God’s plan for humankind. In return, God has darken humanities heart by giving all human kind a reprobated mind. (Romans 1:18-25, 3:23KJV) Because of the reprobated mind, the lust of the flesh leads to death physically and simultaneously a spiritual death. Thus, Paul is saying that man knows about God from creation, therefore nullifying the excuse of not knowing. (Romans 1:18-19 KJV) Paul then enlightens humanity as one, to the nature and mission of Jesus Christ in Romans 8:3-4 KJV. That through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ the bondage of sin has been broken, that the world might be saved.

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