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The Study of Romans

Romans 5
WRATH Replaced with PEACE

  1. Just as Abraham was justified by his faith, our faith in God results in our justification. What is justification? Name three results of our justification as found in verses 1 & 2.

  2. What is the peace of God? How does it differ from worldly peace?

  3. Contrast the world's definition of hope with a biblical concept of hope.

  4. Explain what it means to be standing in grace.

  5. Describe what should be the mind set of a Christian while undergoing tribulation. How can one "rejoice" in tribulation? Share scripture that helps you endure tough times.

  6. What is the chain of events by which one is led to hope? Why does hope not disappoint?

  7. The Holy Spirit serves many purposes in our lives. What is one of the roles of the Holy Spirit according to verse 5? From Ephesians 1:13 & 14 what is our assurance of the presence of the Holy Spirit in our lives?

  8. "Smile, God loves you!" Explain that statement using verses 6 - 8.

  9. Share your concept of the wrath of God. Which is more rewarding - sin, or freedom from God's wrath? Why? Why do some reject God's grace and freedom from His wrath?

  10. How difficult would it be to accept and even favor an enemy? How did God accomplish this? Why would He sacrifice so much for an enemy?

  11. From verse 11, what is the cause of a Christian's rejoicing? What does this mean to you?

  12. Through one man's offense judgement came. Through one man's righteousness came salvation. From verses 12 through 21, contrast Adam with Christ.

  13. From this chapter, list the things to which justification can be attributed.
    verse 1

    verse 9

    verse 16

    verse 18

    verse 19

  14. From our study of Romans thus far, what has increased your peace, hope & rejoicing?

Women IN God's Service

The Study of Romans - "WRATH Replaced with PEACE" (lesson 3)
Ladies Bible Class Lesson, 18 January 2000
West-Ark Church of Christ, Fort Smith, Arkansas
Copyright © 2000, West-Ark Church of Christ
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