Roman And The Roman 's Road

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For years, I have been taught and has used the Roman’s Road in leading someone to Christ. Marked in my early bibles are Roman 3:23, 5:8, 6:23, 10:9-10 and 10:13. I was instructed to first have the individual realize that YOU ARE a sinner. -Romans 3:23 states, "For all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God." We are ALL sinners. But, God loves us and He sent His son, Jesus Christ, to die on the cross for our sins. Next to realize that God Loves them. Romans 5:8 says, "But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were yet sinners, Christ died for us." There is no greater love than that someone would lay down their life for a friend. That 's what Christ did for us. Then, without Him, you 're literally doomed. Romans…show more content…
It was not until Saddleback Church, Pastor Rick Warren, published “The Purpose Driven Life”, that the idea of discipleship reached every member of a congregation. No longer was disciple-making limited to the leadership of the church. My church participated in the Purpose Driven Life 40-Day Campaign and had 35 cell groups in the surrounding neighborhood.
Krallman’s book does the same think. He outlines that the Jesus as we all know, taught and discipled disciples before the ascension to heaven. He demonstrated that the pure act of discipleship: being together in one accord to impact for achievement is at the core of impartation. Krallman puts it this way, “people imparting life to other people.” This impartation is usually done by the discipler to his disciples to introduce them to a new realm, expose them to precepts and principles needed to lead from that position. This was all what we saw Jesus do while he was here on this earth. After completing the assignment on earth, Jesus ascended to heaven. Jesus advised his disciples that the Holy Spirit (of mentorship) will bring about remembrance of all things taught (John 14:26). In other words, to guide and be with them. Therefore, at this point the Holy Spirit served as their mentor not as a Discipler.
For me, this is how a disciple should prepare a new convert for Christian maturity. Once you can discern that such convert can grasp the basic precepts of Christian living, then comes the leading of

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