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In the Epistle to the Romans, the apostle Paul examines a number of key Bible doctrines. In particular he speaks about righteousness, faith and the place of the Old Testament Law. He sheds light on the importance of the death of Christ and its impact on our lives as believers.

Paul concludes his letter to the Romans with some very practical teaching on what it means to be a true believer. He touches on the matter of suffering for Christ, spiritual gifts, spiritual authority in the body of Christ and the debt of love we owe to every believer. The book of Romans is a combination of deep doctrine with strong application to everyday life.

To help the reader apply the truth of this book, each chapter ends with some questions to consider and some points for prayer.

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