Saturday, August 20, 2016

Homiletics - Romans 5


Contents (not sentence, direct verbiage from Scripture):  Where?                                                                Who?

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1-5
Therefore, since we justified thru faith, we have peace w/God thru Christ; thru whom we gained access by faith into grace, we boast in hope of glory of God; we also glory in sufferings, produces perseverance ® character ® hope; hope not put us to shame, bec God’s love poured into our hearts thru H.S. given to us.
2
6-8
@ just right time, while we powerless, Christ died for ungodly; very rarely anyone die for righteous person, tho for good person someone might die; God demos his love for us: while we sinners Christ died for us.
3
9-11
Since we now justified by His blood, we save from God’s wrath thru Him; if while we enemies, we reconciled to him thru death of Son, how much more we saved thru His life; We also boast in God thru Christ thru whom we recd reconciliation.
4
12-13
Therefore, just as sin entered world thru 1 man & death thru sin, death came to all ppl bec all sinned; sin was in world before law given, sin not charged against anyone’s acct where there is no law.
5
14
Nevertheless, death reigned from time of Adam to Moses even over those who did not sin by breaking cmd, as did Adam, who is pattern of one to come.
6
15
Gift not like trespass, if many died by trespass of 1 man, how much more did God’s grace/gift came by grace of 1 man (Jesus) overflow to many.
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16
Nor can gift be compared w/result of 1 man’s sin: judgment followed 1 sin, brought condemnation, gift followed many trespasses & brought justification
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17
If by trespass of 1 man, death reigned thru that man, how much more will those who receive God’s provision of grace reign in life thru Jesus.
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18-19
Just as 1 trespass resulted in condemnation for all, 1 righteous act resulted in justification & life for all ppl; thru disobedience of 1, many made sinners so thru obedience of 1, many will be made righteous.
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20-21
Law brought so trespass might increase, where sin increased, grace increased; just as sin reigned in death, so grace might reign thru righteousness to bring eternal life thru Jesus.

 


Divisions (run-on sentence OK, direct verbiage from Scripture):

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1-5
Justification brings peace and grace and we boast in the glory of God and our sufferings which produce perseverance, character and hope which doesn’t put us to shame.
Principle:
Christ justifies us through faith.
Our sufferings ultimately produce hope.
God pours His love into us through the Holy Spirit when we receive Him.
2
6-11
While we were sinners, Christ died for us, demonstrating God’s love for us and justifying us by His blood, saving us from God’s wrath and reconciling us to Him.
Principle:
Christ’s death is a demonstration of God’s love.
Christ died for sinners to spare them from God’s wrath.
Christ’s death pays the penalty for our sin and reconciles us back to God.
3
12-21
Sin and death entered the world through one man and reigned from time of Adam to Moses and God’s gift of grace came by Jesus Christ.
Principle:
 

 

Subject Sentence (10-word sentence with proper structure):

Sin and death came through Adam and justification through Jesus.

 

Aim (Christian and Non-Christian):

TCMATK we can be reconciled to God through the blood of Christ, Who died for us while we were still sinners to spare us from God’s wrath.

 

Application:

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Describe the process of being justified by faith as detailed in Romans 5:1-5.
Where does our peace come from and how do we receive it?
What does glorying in your sufferings accomplish?
Describe a time when you have gloried in your sufferings and experienced the perseverance – character – hope cycle.
How does God’s love find its way into our hearts?
2
What does it mean that “very rarely will anyone die for righteous person, but for good person someone might die”?
For what or whom might you be willing to die?
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