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The Bible Teacher's Commentary
Romans 4:3-25 Bible Study: A Picture of Salvation Through Faith provides amplifies how Abraham's faith saved him and believers from all nations.
What was the promise to Abraham and his descendants (Romans 4:13)?
What does the Law do (Romans 4:15)?
For what reason was salvation (God’s promises) by faith rather than by Law (Romans 4:16)?
How is God, the giver of promises, described in verse 17?
What was the promise given to Abraham, or at least the portion quoted here (Romans 4:18)?
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Describe the steps of Abraham’s faith during the crisis time (Romans 4:19-21)?
Step #1 (Romans 4:19)
Step #2 (Romans 4:20)
Step #3 (Romans 4:21)
To what degree was Abraham sure that God would accomplish what He had promised (Romans 4:21)? (Circle the right answer).
not sure a bit sure fully assured
What was the result of this kind of faith (Romans 4:22)?
For whom was the OT phrase written, “It was reckoned to him as righteousness” (Romans 4:23-24)?
What do they need to believe (Romans 4:24)?
Why was Jesus raised from the dead (resurrected) (Romans 4:25)?
List at least three changes you desire to take place in your life because of these verses.
Bonus question on Romans 4:13-25
- Trace the fall and decline of your own faith in God and Christ over time. Where do you want it to be in five years from now?
- How does certain aspects of our faith differ or parallel with Abraham’s faith (Romans 4:18-19, 24)?
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