July 27


2 Chronicles 19:1-20:37
Romans 10:14-11:12
Psalm 21:1-13
Proverbs 20:4-6

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New Testament:
Romans 10:14-11:12

Summary: The Message of Salvation to All, The Remnant of Israel, Gentiles Grafted In

July 27, as we look into the New Testament today, our reading will be from the book of Romans, chapter 10 beginning at verse 14. We’ll go through chapter 11, verse 12.

Why did Israel stumble over Christ and reject him? That’s what this chapter is all about. Because, they did not understand the kind of righteousness God wanted or how to get it, like the Pharisees and many people today, they thought only of righteous works and could not comprehend a righteousness that comes by faith only. The missionary heart of Paul comes out in verses 14 through 17 as you’ll see, salvation is by faith. And faith comes by hearing the word of God. So listen up. But you know what, unbelieving sinners, including Israel, cannot hear unless we tell them.

God needs people with beautiful feet to carry the Gospel to the lost. Despite Paul’s broken heart and God’s outstretched hands, Israel did not believe, but the Gentiles did believe, and God saved them. Listen when you feel discouraged in your witnessing, remember Paul. Continue caring, continue praying and sharing the good news.

Keep those feet beautiful as you present the gospel. And now let’s begin our reading today in the New Testament.


Overview: Romans 5-16 Click Here to Watch Video


Listen to John MacArthur on today’s scripture below

 Romans 10:16–21
God has placed upon this people the greatest of blessings ever given to any nation.  Scripture tells us that He chose Israel for three reasons.  Reason number one was to witness to the unity of God.  The world worshiped many deities, many gods. And God called out one people to affirm in the world that there was only one God.  And Israel was that nation to witness to the unity of God.  That’s what it says in Deuteronomy 6:4, “Hear O Israel, the Lord is one, the Lord our God is one Lord.”



Dr. J. Vernon McGee - Thru the Bible

Dr. J. Vernon McGee – Thru the Bible


Acts – J Vernon Mcgee – Thru the Bible

Romans 9 – 10

Romans 11 – 12


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We don’t know what will happen to us next, but Jesus does, and He wants us to trust Him with our future.

Freedom from the law! For 2,000 years, Paul’s letter to the Romans has proclaimed the news that every guilty person should long for. We don’t have to run from the law of God for the rest of our lives—hounded by the barking dogs of past sins. God offers freedom. He offers immunity. He offers pardon. And if He is for us, who can be against us?

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