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Who is there that does good?
Romans 2:9-10
Wrath and indignation to those who persevere in obeying unrighteousness
Romans 2:8
Eternal life to those who persevere in doing good
Romans 2:7
Why we shouldn't skip the bad news
Romans 2:5
The sin of presuming on God's mercy and grace
Romans 2:4
No one can escape the judgment of God, and everyone stands guilty before Him
Romans 2:3
And we know these things!
Romans 2:2
Self-condemnation - judging others while practicing the same things
Romans 2:1
Paul's Critique of Jewish Presumption
Romans 2:1-5
Those who give hearty approval to sinners
Romans 1:32
The unregenerate Gentiles - inventors of evil
Romans 1:29-31
Train up a child in the way he should go, and he will not depart from it.
Romans 1:29-31
Romans 1:28-31 - Paul's list of "social ills" - haters of God
Romans 1:29-31
God's abandonment to a depraved mind.
Romans 1:28
The men who suppress and reject God's revealed truth.
Romans 1:27
God's judgment on man's rejection of His revealed truth
Romans 1:26
Paul thanks God for Timothy's sincere faith.
2 Timothy 1:3-5
God's grace, mercy, and peace to Paul's beloved son Timothy.
2 Timothy 1:1-2
"The underlying emphasis of the book of Romans is that salvation produces total transformation." ~ John MacArthur
Romans 7:4-5
"If a criminal dies, he is no longer subject to prosecution and punishment, no matter how numerous and heinous his crimes may have been."
Romans 7:1-3
"In chapter 7 Paul expounds the second truth in verse 6:14, that believers are now under grace." ~ John MacArthur
Romans 7:1-6
"Only the Son of God could have paid the cost of salvation. But He calls His followers to pay the cost of discipleship" ~ John MacArthur
Romans 6:23
"Without exception, every person who trusts in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord is freed from sin and enslaved to God." ~ John MacArthur
Romans 6:20-22
"God delivers men from enslavement to sin for the sole purpose of their becoming enslaved to Him and to His righteousness." ~ John MacArthur
Romans 6:19
"After genuine salvation a person will have the innate, Spirit-led desire to know and to obey God's truth." ~ John MacArthur
Romans 6:17-18
"The unsaved person is not free to do good or evil as he chooses. He is bound and enslaved to sin, and the only thing he can do is sin."
Romans 6:16
"A life that gives no evidence of moral and spiritual transformation gives no evidence of salvation." ~ John MacArthur
Romans 6:15
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Romans 2:6
The just and righteous Judge, rendering just and righteous judgment
#romans
#righteous
Published September 9th, 2020; Updated September 9th, 2020
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Romans 2:6
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Romans 2:6 - The just and righteous Judge, rendering just and righteous judgment
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Romans 2:5-8
i. Critique of Jewish Presumption (2:1-5)
But
Consessive
a) because of your stubbornness
[s] and
Ground
b) unrepentant heart
you are storing up wrath for yourself
a) in the day of wrath
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Temporal
b) revelation
righteous
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of the ... judgment
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of God,
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ii. The Impartiality of Judgment (2:6-11)
who will render to each person
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according to his deeds:
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by perseverance in doing good
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to those who ... seek for
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a) glory
[s] and
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b) honor
c) immortality,
a) eternal life;
[a] but
General-Specific
to those who
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a) are selfishly ambitious
[s] and
General-Specific
do not obey the truth, but (-)
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b) obey unrighteousness, (+)
a) wrath
b) [s] and
b) indignation.
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Romans 2:6 NASB
Romans 2:6
6 a who will render to each person according to his deeds :
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Romans 2:6 - The just and righteous Judge, rendering just and righteous judgment
Let's recap Paul's message to the unbelieving Jew (as well as any moral person) so far. Paul stated factually that they are without excuse when they self-righteously judge others while practicing the same sins(v. 2:1). They KNOW that God judges everyone who practices these sins (v. 2:2). By means of rhetoric, he then accuses them of either wrongly thinking they will escape God's judgment (v. 2:3), OR presuming on God's grace and mercy (v. 2:4). Regardless of which mistake they are guilty of, it doesn't matter, because in reality, all they are doing is storing up God's wrath upon themselves, which they will finally receive on the day of judgment (v. 2:5). In v. 2:6, Paul then gives the reason why he says this - God WILL render to EACH person according to his DEEDS. As he said in v. 2:2, this rendering, or judgment, rightly falls on those who "practice such things." As we will see in v. 2:7-8, there are only two options, and one, or the other, WILL be rendered. Eternal life. Or wrath and indignation. Paul leaves no doubt about the options presented, and he also leaves no doubt about the certainty of this judgment. As the writer of Hebrews makes clear, "it is appointed for men to die once and after this comes judgment" (Hebrews 9:27). 2 Thessalonians 1:7-9 when the Lord Jesus will be revealed from heaven with His mighty angels in flaming fire, dealing out retribution to those who do not know God and to those who do not obey the gospel of our Lord Jesus. These will pay the penalty of eternal destruction, away from the presence of the Lord and from the glory of His power
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