Romans 1 - 7 For You

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Join Dr Timothy Keller as he opens up the first half of the book of Romans, helping you to get to grips with its meaning and showing how it transforms our hearts and lives today.

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Join Dr Timothy Keller as he opens up the first half of the book of Romans, helping you to get to grips with its meaning and showing how it transforms our hearts and lives today.

Combining a close attention to the detail of the text with Timothy Keller's trademark gift for clear explanation and compelling insights, this resource will both engage your mind and stir your heart.

Written for people of every age and stage, from new believers to pastors and teachers, this flexible resource is for you to:

READ: As a guide to this wonderful letter, helping you appreciate the great gift of righteousness with God.

FEED: As a daily devotional to help you grow in Christ as you read and meditate on this portion of God’s word.

LEAD: As notes to aid you in explaining, illustrating and applying Romans 1–7 as you preach or lead a Bible study.

Whoever you are, and however you use it, this is... Romans 1-7 For You

Romans 1-7 for You is designed to work alongside The Gift of God, Timothy Keller's Bible study resource for small groups and individuals

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Contents

  • Series preface
  • Introduction to to Romans 1–7
  • 1. Introducing the Gospel 1:1-17
  • 2. The Pagans Need the Gospel 1:18 - 32
  • 3. The Religious Need the Gospel (Part One) 2:1-16
  • 4. The Religious Need the Gospel (Part Two) 2:17-29
  • 5. Everyone Needs the Gospel 3:1-20
  • 6. A Diamond on a Black Cloth 3:21-31
  • 7. When Justification Started 4:1-25
  • 8. What Justification Brings 5:1-11
  • 9. Why Justification Comes 5:12-21
  • 10. United to Christ 6:1-14
  • 11. Slaves of God 6:15 – 7:6
  • 12. Warfare with Sin 7:7-25

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Author Timothy Keller
ISBN 9781908762870
Format Paperback
First published 2014
Dimensions 135mm x 216mm x 15mm
Language US English
Pages 208
Publisher The Good Book Company
Customer reviews

“A must read”

(Review written for 'Romans For You Set')

I've been a Christian a long time, but these books were completely mind blowing. Paul goes through so many basic parts of Christianity that it can be easy to forget. Tim Keller puts it in a really simple explanation, even when dealing with tricky biblical doctrines. A must read for young and old Christians!


29/12/2016

“An excellent tool”

(Review written for 'Romans For You Set')

I have always found some parts of Paul's letter difficult. Understanding the exact meaning of the text in the past has been challenging. I find these books easy to follow and a life changing explanation of the text.
Thank you Timothy (and Paul).


06/03/2015

“Excellent unpacking of the text”

I found this book very helpful in enhancing my understanding of Romans, especially Keller's analysis of the words expressing the purpose of suffering in chapter 5. That part is so good I plan to memorise it!


31/03/2014

“A breakthrough moment”

I have always known that Romans contains the most treasured truths of Scripture - salvation by faith alone, in Christ alone by grace alone - but have often struggled to see this shine out through the complexity of the letter. Until now. Keller unpacks even the most complex verses in the first seven chapters of Romans with a clarity which not only helps with comprehension, but also painfully points out how it is personally relevant. I am already looking forward to the second volume!

My breakthrough moment came in Keller's exposition of Chapter 7 whereby the Apostle Paul realises he is 'dead' in his sin because of his inability to keep the commandment "You shall not covet". Keller explains that this commandment tripped him up because it refers to an inward attitude of the heart, rather than an external action. He explains that coveting is an idolatrous longing for more than you have, failing to love God enough to be content, and therefore the essence of sin. This helped me to understand how none of us can keep the law perfectly and save ourselves. We all have idolatrous drives and desires and are indeed dead in our sin.

In addition to understanding that we cannot save ourselves, I have come to understand that we cannot obey by ourselves either, despite our best efforts! Keller's exploration of the rest of Chapter 7 draws out that it is only the Spirit's power that can conform us to the likeness of Jesus Christ. Through his Son God has rescued us, and through his Spirit he is changing us. "Thanks be to God - through Jesus Christ our Lord!" (Rom 7:25)


23/01/2014

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