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There are three analogies the Paul uses to illustrate something here -- I believe that they are used...
2 Timothy 2:1-7
This is a long and somewhat intricate arc.
Ephesians 2:1-10
I'm not 100% sold on my arc here.
Titus 2:11-14
At first reading, verse 9 appears to almost be unconnected.
1 Corinthians 1:4-9
My main purpose was to arc 1 - 4 but I ended up doing the entire book, or at least trying to.
Jude 1:1-25
The greatness of my High Priest, Jesus, is the basis or ground of my holding fast to my confession.
Hebrews 4:14-16
Peter prays a blessing of grace and peace to the readers in verse 2 and then proceeds all the way to...
2 Peter 1:1-11
It is always difficult to arc the introductory verses.
Romans 1:1-7
Paul's ultimate reason behind his prayers for those in Rome is that their faith is being proclaimed ...
Romans 1:8-15
*I struggled to know what to do with the O.
Romans 1:16-17
Paul tells why wrath is upon mankind.
Romans 1:18-23
In an act of the revelation of God's wrath, He gave them over to impurity for the purpose of their bodies being dishonored.
Romans 1:24-25
The reason God gave them over to degrading passions is because the women and men both had intense se...
Romans 1:26-27
1:29-32 is a list of Explanation to the Idea in 1:28c ("to do those things which are not proper").
Romans 1:28-32
The wrathful consequences of not honoring God is for Him to allow us to fall deeper into sin.
Romans 1:18-32
8-15 = the reason Paul is eager to preach the gospel, ie, he wants fruit in Rome.
Romans 1:8-32
i need much more time to look at the role the questions play in this.
Romans 2:1-11
not done yet, not sure how to deal with 9a - b with the rest of the section, not sure how the sectio...
Psalms 19:1-14
This entire section is in contrast or Alternative to the Gentiles being spoken about in the previous verses.
Romans 2:17-24
Ulitmatley Paul is saying that being circumcised is valuable if you obey the Law, and that converser...
Romans 2:25-29
The whole paragraph appears to be one explanation after another about the testimony, who is giving t...
1 John 5:5-12
Jesus makes one statement, "Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born again he cannot see the kingdom of God.
John 3:1-21
The main flow of the passage goes something like this (in my mind at least): There is no condemnation because a law has set me free.
Romans 8:1-8
The primary arc is for me to be diligent because I am looking for His return.
2 Peter 3:14-18
The reason (or Ground) that Paul can say 7:21 is 7:22-23.
Romans 7:21-25
Notes will follow.
Romans 6:15-19
Further notes will follow once all of chapter 6 is arced.
Romans 6:1-7
Notes will follow.
Romans 6:12-14
Again, notes will follow once all of 6 is done.
Romans 6:8-11
Again this is for the bigger picture for me to see.
Romans 7:7-25
this is for me to see the bigger picture, ive done this for 6:1-14 as well.
Romans 6:15-7:6
see the other arcs for an explanation.
Romans 6:1-14
Paul's main thesis of this paragraph is verse 1:  The Law only has jurisdiction/authoritative p...
Romans 7:1-3
I died to the Law.
Romans 7:4-6
7:7a and 7:12 say the same thing from different angles: God's Law is not sin and God's Law is holy and righteous and good.
Romans 7:7-12
Paul is making ultra-clear what he has said in 7:7-12 so that the point is not mistaken or missed.
Romans 7:13
notes will come.
Romans 6:20-23
more will follow but i think a good summary statement is:  sanctification is linked to sexual p...
1 Thessalonians 4:1-8
Notes will come later but I feel that ultimately the first half is the Idea and the second half is the Explanation.
Ephesians 4:7-13
Verse 18 and 24 have me baffled!  I'm not sure how to arc them.
Galatians 5:16-24
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Gentiles Prove God's Law Just
Romans 2:12-16
Paul's main conclusion here is:  all sinners will perish and all sinners will be judged.
Published June 1st, 2012
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2009-07-21 03:53:33
2009-07-23 06:29:19
Paul's main conclusion here is: all sinners will perish and all sinners will be judged. In the first one he is describing Gentiles (those without the Law), and in the second one he is describing Jews (those with the Law). However the outcome is still the same - death and judgment. His reason or ground for saying this in 2:12 is verse 13 - it's not the people who have heard the Law (Jews) who are just, but it's those people who have actually obeyed ALL of it who will be declared just. Oddly, even in a passage primarly about Gentile judgment, Paul still brings it back to the "good" news about the Gospel - 100% obedience to the Law is required, none have or can do that, but we have One who has on my behalf. An 2:14-16 simply describes how the Gentiles support God's judgment on those who have never heard the Law. The reason God is just in judging them is that their conscience convicts them also, or in other words, they cannnot be left unaccountable if they cannot even obey their conscience (which is a reflection of the Law). Again, Paul ends this paragraph speaking about the gospel - God will judge the secrets of men. How in the world is that "good news"? The last phrase holds the answer - "through Christ Jesus". All will be judged by Him, not all will be judged through Him. In other words, some will be judged as sinners outside of Him, and some will be judged as those justified and residing in Him. So ultimately this passage is one about God's judgment on the Gentiles being just because their conscience is a reflection of the Law written within them, and they have not obeyed it, therefore, judgment is just. Also, this entire passage is a Ground for the preceeding passage.
10000000010444 10444 Notes 2009-07-21 03:53:33 2009-07-23 06:29:19 Paul's main conclusion here is: all sinners will perish and all sinners will be judged. In the first one he is describing Gentiles (those without the Law), and in the second one he is describing Jews (those with the Law). However the outcome is still the same - death and judgment. His reason or ground for saying this in 2:12 is verse 13 - it's not the people who have heard the Law (Jews) who are just, but it's those people who have actually obeyed ALL of it who will be declared just. Oddly, even in a passage primarly about Gentile judgment, Paul still brings it back to the "good" news about the Gospel - 100% obedience to the Law is required, none have or can do that, but we have One who has on my behalf. An 2:14-16 simply describes how the Gentiles support God's judgment on those who have never heard the Law. The reason God is just in judging them is that their conscience convicts them also, or in other words, they cannnot be left unaccountable if they cannot even obey their conscience (which is a reflection of the Law). Again, Paul ends this paragraph speaking about the gospel - God will judge the secrets of men. How in the world is that "good news"? The last phrase holds the answer - "through Christ Jesus". All will be judged by Him, not all will be judged through Him. In other words, some will be judged as sinners outside of Him, and some will be judged as those justified and residing in Him. So ultimately this passage is one about God's judgment on the Gentiles being just because their conscience is a reflection of the Law written within them, and they have not obeyed it, therefore, judgment is just. Also, this entire passage is a Ground for the preceeding passage. notes
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For all who have sinned without the Law will also perish without the Law,
and all who have sinned under the Law will be judged by the Law;
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for it is not the hearers of the Law who are just before God,
but the doers of the Law will be justified.
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For when Gentiles who do not have the Law do instinctively the things of the Law,
these, not having the Law, are a law to themselves,
in that they show the work of the Law written in their hearts,
their conscience bearing witness and their thoughts alternately accusing
or else defending them,
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on the day when, according to my gospel, God will judge the secrets of men through Christ Jesus.
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10000000010444 10444 Arc 2009-07-21 03:53:33 2009-07-23 06:29:19 editing Romans 2 12 2 16 Romans 2:12-16 45 NT nasb i248500 i248501 i248490 For all who have sinned without the Law will also perish without the Law, i248491 and all who have sinned under the Law will be judged by the Law; series i248502 i248503 i248492 for it is not the hearers of the Law who are just before God, i248493 but the doers of the Law will be justified. negativepositive 2 i248504 i248494 For when Gentiles who do not have the Law do instinctively the things of the Law, i248505 i248495 these, not having the Law, are a law to themselves, i248506 i248496 in that they show the work of the Law written in their hearts, i248507 i248508 i248497 their conscience bearing witness and their thoughts alternately accusing i248498 or else defending them, alternative i248499 on the day when, according to my gospel, God will judge the secrets of men through Christ Jesus. temporal 1 actionmanner 1 ideaexplanation 1 conditional 2 ground 1 ground 1 1 1 1 nasb 25 a 50 discourse
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