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April
Mar. 29-Apr. 4, read Romans 1
1. Jews divided people into two groups: Jews and non-Jews (named Gentiles or Greeks). Was God's gospel for Jews only, or non-Jews only, or both? (1:14-16)
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2. Romans 1:17 is an important verse in Romans. How do Christians (righteous people) live?
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3. God will judge sin. People might say, "But I didn't know that was wrong!" Is that a good excuse? (1:18-20)
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4. People know about God, but don't want to honor Him. What do they do instead of honoring God? (1:21-23)
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5. People give up worshiping and honoring God. So what does God do to those people? (1:26-32)
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6. People sometimes ask why there is so much evil and trouble in the world. What do these verses say about why the world is a bad place? (1:21-22, 28, 32)
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Apr. 5-11, read Romans 2
1. Paul talks about judging other people. Why should we not judge others? (2:1)
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2. God doesn't want us to think we can sin, no problem, because His kindness will always forgive us. What should His kindness do? (2:4)
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3. God doesn't favor Jews more than non-Jews. Does God favor hearing more than deaf? Or deaf more than hearing? (2:11)
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4. Jews knew God's law. They thought God's law will save them. Paul said the law will not save them. Why not? (2:17-24, especially vs. 23)
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5. Non-Jews don't have God's law. So how can God judge them? (2:14-15)
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Apr. 12-18, read Romans 3
1. Some people talk about searching for God. Can people, without God, search for or want God? (3:11-12)
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2. The law can't save us. Then what is the purpose of the law? Why have it? (3:19-20)
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3. "Righteousness" means God's right actions. His right actions (righteousness) means He punishes sin, and also that He saves people through faith in Jesus. What meaning is in Rom. 3:21-26, punishment or salvation?
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4. "Justified" is another important word. Justified means God says we are innocent, not guilty. How does God say we are innocent? (3:24)
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5. How do we have God's gift that makes us innocent (justifies us)? (3:28)
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Apr. 19-25, read Romans 4
1. How was Abraham righteous? Because he was circumcised, or because he had faith in God? (4:3, 9-12)
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2. If you try to follow God's law, does that bring you closer to God? (4:13-15)
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3. How is Abraham a good example of faith and hope for us? (4:16-25)
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Apr. 26-May 2, read Romans 5
1. How is suffering good for us? (5:1-5)
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2. How did God prove that He loves us? (5:6-11)
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3. Who is the one man who sinned? (5:12)
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4. Because of that one man's sin, what two things spread to all people? (5:12)
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5. Who is the one man who brought God's grace? (5:15)
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6. Why did God give the law? (5:20)
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7. Jesus obeyed the Father and He died on the cross for us. What does His obedience mean for us? (5:18-21)
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