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Jim at Growing Faith April 16, 2015 at 4:41 pm

I enjoyed reading this, thank you for sharing it with us.

Jack Wellman April 16, 2015 at 5:07 pm

You are so kind sir. Thank you. I love the Book of Romans so much.

Viviana April 18, 2015 at 6:50 am

Hello pastor Jack:
Romans is splendid, I find strength in 8:37-39.
It’s a rock in hard times and when I sin this I know to be the truth and repentance is always the next step.
Thank you for your articles, I’m always in need of teachers.

Jack Wellman April 18, 2015 at 8:32 am

You are so kind Viviana. I too love the Book of Romans…it is one of the most powerful books and has led many people to Christ.

Anna January 8, 2016 at 8:30 am

Thanks for sharing I can understand the book of Romans a little better

Erica Sithling February 14, 2018 at 3:03 am

It was a blessing to read about book of Romans. Thank you Pastor for the help.

PETER MAINA June 4, 2018 at 2:13 pm

Thank you…one Question…the Christian Faith has Holy Spirit which is the One to teach us all things and help us manifest the Full measure of Christ in us… i have always wondered how can i fulfill the words of Christ which he said that we shall do greater things than he did when am not even an ounce near what he Manifested…why is it only learned people can explain the Bible coherently and a person who is not learned have difficulty in the same yet they have submitted..is it real the holy spirit speaking through a person or is intellectual capacity and reasoning?…i understand literally no people should suffer hunger, sickness,lack when am in their presence regardless of whether they are believers or not…unfortunately i also suffer from the same and i tend to wonder ..is Bible real or is it just a conspiracy plan? people speak in tongues and you can really see they are in a different plane and they can pray till they soak in sweat but i can hardly pray even for 5 minutes and i still feel like there is no connection.. i also try to meditate on the words i have read and even repeat and rerepeat the reading but as soon i start my day everything i read evaporates and cant even quote the words later on yet i can see even Christ for him to conquer situations He used “its written” which i believe is what i should use in day to day situations.. …in the Bible followers persevered anguish pain and death gracefully but am full of fear does it mean there is no grace for me and i have to fight my fears on my flesh?….i learn about divine providence but i happen to struggle with providence and am always afraid and suffer from lack…does it mean the Bible can only work in some People and not work in others

Jack Wellman June 4, 2018 at 3:15 pm

Hello Mr. Maina. Jesus says whoever comes to Him, will not be turned away (John 6:37-39) and whosoever chooses to believe has eternal life (John 3:16). That’s how the Bible works. It works for the vilest of sinners like me and for the saintly woman next door who doesn’t yet know Christ. God’s ways are beyond comprehension, but the clear things are the main things (Acts 4:12; 16:30-31). I hope that helped. Philippians 2 shows what Christ endured and Isaiah 53, but Jesus never asked, “Why?” All things for HIs purpose and our best (Rom 8:28). That’s how it works my friend.

Alvin October 25, 2018 at 6:46 am

Romans is such an eye opener for I have struggled a lot !! God bless!

Keith Holliman January 4, 2020 at 8:14 pm

What about remembering the sabbath day? It is a commandment and it is on Saturday. I’m a little confused about this one because you never changed the day. Thank you

Jack Wellman January 4, 2020 at 8:40 pm

Hello Mr. Holliman. Of all the commandments mentioned by Jesus & the apostles in the New Testament, only the Sabbath command is not given. Please read Gal 2 & 3 as these chapters will show that we are not saved by Sabbath-keeping. The Sabbath was a unique command given to the Jews and it was always said, “Say to the children of Israel, you shall keep My Sabbaths” so unless you are an orthodox Jew, the Sabbath is not commanded anywhere in the New Testament nor by Jesus. For further understanding on this subject you are confused on, please read this sir: https://www.whatchristianswanttoknow.com/should-the-sabbath-be-on-saturday-or-sunday/

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