James 2:1-26

James 2:1-26 James 2:1-26 James 2:1-3 begins with the problem of showing partiality and Favoritism.  It deals with a discussion of various temptations and trials that are common to all believers. There are certain temptations and trials that are constantly confronting...

James 1:1-27

James 1:1-27 James 1:1-27 James 1:1 – Jacob, the author of this letter is the English equivalent for Jacob.  Hence the real name of this letter was known as Jacob.  Three men of significance in the New Testament are called Jacob. (1) Jacob the son of Zebedee and...

Romans 9:1-5

Romans 9:1-5 Romans 9:1-5 Romans 9:1-5 – Some theologians think that Romans 9-11 is parenthetical to the theme and thought that Paul was developing in Romans 1-8.  But on the contrary Romans 9 illustrates Paul’s last thought in Romans 8.  Nothing shall...

Romans 1:8-17

Romans 1:8-17 Romans 1:8-17 Romans 1:8 – Paul continues his salutation to the church at Rome by giving thanks to God for them. He understands the miracle of God in bringing Gentiles in Rome to faith in the God of Israel.  Rome was the capitol of the most...

Romans Introduction

Romans Introduction Romans Introduction This book is the backbone of our understanding of the New Covenant.  It is a letter written to the Believers of Rome but it applies to all believers. The letter is written to both Jews and Gentiles who were now one in their...