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Romans #3 , The Manifestation of Divine Righteousness

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  1. Romans #3, The Manifestation of Divine Righteousness Romans 3:21 - 5:21 Righteousness is Apart from the Law Abraham Illustrates the Point Justification for All through Christ

  2. Romans #3, The Manifestationof Divine Righteousness • Remember before we begin: >The Theme of the Book is: Salvation is afforded to Allthrough God’s power to save by the Gospel. >The Main Points thus far established: -Gentiles under condemnation, chp.1 -Jews under condemnation, chp.2 -All therefore under condemnation,3:1-21 Thus the need of Divine Righteousness!

  3. Romans #3, The Manifestationof Divine Righteousness • Having now established the Need of Divine Righteousness, • Paul begins to show how Divine Righteousness: >Was notManifested through the Law, >Was Manifested by Faith, and >Was Manifested through Jesus Christ!

  4. Romans #3, The Manifestationof Divine Righteousness • Chapter 4is theillustrationof the principle thatDivine Righteousness (& therefore Justification)is accomplishedseparate from the Law. • Example used? Father Abraham! • Also note: Jews & Gentiles believed in “works” salvation: Jews > the Law Gentiles > Idolatry!

  5. Romans #3, The Manifestationof Divine Righteousness • Here’s howChapter 4illustrates the principle ofDivine Righteousness is accomplishedseparate from the Law: 1. Abraham’s justification was apart fromWorks,vv.1-8 >This completely contradicted the Jewish notion of salvation by works of the Law, >But also contradicted the Gentilenotion that salvation by works of Idolatry(of creation verses the Creator ), cf.1:23!

  6. Romans #3, The Manifestationof Divine Righteousness • Here’s howChapter 4illustrates the principle ofDivine Righteousness is accomplishedseparate from the Law: 2. Abraham’s justification was apart from Circumcision,vv.9-12 >Major blow to the Jewish concept of salvation being dependant upon circumcision as a sign of God’s elect, cf. Gen.17:10-14, >But also released the Gentilesfrom having to first become Jews by circumcision before coming to Christ, Gal.5:1-6!

  7. Romans #3, The Manifestationof Divine Righteousness • Here’s howChapter 4illustrates the principle ofDivine Righteousness is accomplishedseparate from the Law: 3. Abraham’s justification was apart from the Law,vv.13-15 The point, previously made, is in these verses further being exemplified. 4. Abraham’s justification was therefore inescapably “by faith” v.16! Note, “all descendants”- not just those of the Law but also those of the faith of Abraham- father of all!

  8. Romans #3, The Manifestationof Divine Righteousness • So, if All are freed from Works Salvation, -Jews from the Law, and -Gentiles from Idolatry, Then how is Divine Righteousness/Justification by Faith to be accomplished? • Chapter 5: Justification for All by Faith through Jesus Christ.

  9. Romans #3, The Manifestationof Divine Righteousness • Chapter 5: Justification for All by Faith through Jesus Christ. Here’s the explanation: -Justification now has been manifested as not being through the Law. -From where would it then come? -Obviously, from faith in Jesus Christ. But how? vv.1-2 Faith introduces ( provides access, KJV) into God’s Grace!

  10. Romans #3, The Manifestationof Divine Righteousness • Chapter 5: Justification for All by Faith through Jesus Christ. This combination of Man’s Faithand God’s Grace results in Exultation, or Glory: >in Hope,v.2 and>in Tribulation,vv.3-4 This hope does not disappoint because of its foundation. The: >manifestation of God’s love in hearts through the Spirit,v.5; and the >manifestation of God’s love through Christ’s sacrifice for us,vv.6-9.

  11. Romans #3, The Manifestationof Divine Righteousness • Chapter 5: Justification for All by Faith through Jesus Christ. Therefore, -if we werereconciledwhile enemies bythedeathof Jesus, -how much more shall we besavedby Hislife! That is, we exult or glory through Him by whom we have been reconciled and now stand complete!vv.10-11 Vv.12-21illustrates the overall theme ofsalvation to all > Jesus Christby comparison with theentering of sinby Adam.

  12. Romans #3, The Manifestationof Divine Righteousness So if sin entered by Adam but resulted in Grace, Salvation & Justification through Jesus, Why not sin more to get more grace?6:1 “May it never be!”v.2a So, • Chapter 6: Putting off the Old Man of Sin.

  13. Romans #3, The Manifestationof Divine Righteousness • Chapter 6: Putting off the Old Man of Sin.“If we sin more, will God’s grace abound even more?” No, because in Christ, we are dead to sin,vv.1-2 How then do we become dead to sin? -by baptism into His death,v.3 -by baptism into death and walking in newness of life,v.4 -by crucifying our old self by baptism and thereby gaining freedom,vv.6-10 -by making yourself dead to sin but alive to God by refusing to be mastered by sin,vv.11-23.

  14. Romans #3, The Manifestationof Divine Righteousness • In these ways, God’s Divine Righteousness was/is Manifested: >Not by (and apart from) Works, Circumcision, and The Law- chp.4 >By Faith & Grace, 4:16 >Through Jesus Christ, chp.5 & >By our becoming dead to sin, chp.6. Is it manifested in your life by: baptism into Christ and becoming dead to sin?