1. Introduction and Theme (Romans 1:1-15, 16-17)
  2. The guilty world (Romans 1:18-3:20)
    1. The wrath of God revealed (Romans 1:18)
    2. The universe a revelation of the power and deity of God (Romans 1:19-20)
    3. The seven stages of Gentile world apostasy (Romans 1:21-23)
    4. The result of the Gentile world apostasy (Romans 1:24-32)
    5. The Gentile pagan moralizers no better than other pagans (Romans 2:1-16)
    6. The Jew, knowing the law, is condemned by the Law (Romans 2:17-29)
    7. The advantage of the Jew works his greater condemnation (Romans 3:1-8)
    8. The final verdict: the whole world guilty before God (Romans 3:9-20)
  3. Justification by faith in Christ crucified, the alone remedy for sins (Romans 3:21-5:11)
    1. Justification defined (Romans 3:21-28)
    2. Justification a universal remedy (Romans 3:29-30)
    3. Justification by faith honors the law (Romans 3:31)
    4. Justification by faith illustrated (Romans 4:1-4)
    5. Justifying faith defined (Romans 4:5-8)
    6. Justification is apart from ordinances (Romans 4:9-12)
    7. Justification is apart from the law (Romans 4:13-25)
    8. The seven results of justification (Romans 5:1-11)
  4. Sanctification: indwelling sin, and the Gospel remedy (Romans 5:12-8:13)
    1. Through Adam, sin and death (Romans 5:12-14)
    2. Through Christ, righteousness and life (Romans 5:15-21)
    3. Deliverance from the power of indwelling sin (Romans 6:1-8:13)
      1. By union with Christ in death and resurrection (Romans 6:1-10)
      2. By counting the old life to be dead, and by yielding the new life to God (Romans 6:11-13)
      3. By deliverance from the law through death, and by the Spirit (Romans 6:14-7:6)
      4. The believer is not made holy by the law (Romans 7:7-14)
      5. The strife of the two natures under the law (Romans 7:15-8:1)
      6. The new law of the Spirit delivers, makes righteous (Romans 8:2-4)
      7. Conflict of the Spirit with the flesh (Romans 8:5-13)
  5. Full result of the Gospel (Romans 8:14-39)
    1. The believer a son and heir (Romans 8:14-17)
    2. The creation, delivered from suffering and death, kept for the sons of God (Romans 8:18-25)
    3. The Spirit an indwelling Intercessor (Romans 8:26-27)
    4. The unfailing purpose of God through the Gospel (Romans 8:28-34)
    5. The believer secure (Romans 8:35-39)
  6. Parenthetic. The Gospel does not set aside the covenants with Israel (Romans 9:1-11:36)
    1. The apostolic solicitude for Israel (Romans 9:1-3)
    2. The sevenfold privilege of Israel (Romans 9:4-5)
    3. The distinction between Jews who are mere natural descendants from Abraham, and Jews who are also of his spiritual seed (Romans 9:6-7)
    4. The distinction illustrated (Romans 9:8-13)
    5. God’s mercy is under his sovereign will (Romans 9:14-24)
    6. The prophets foretold the blinding of Israel, and mercy to Gentiles (Romans 9:25-33)
    7. The apparent failure of the promises to Israel explained by their unbelief (Romans 10:1-21)
    8. But spiritual Israel is finding salvation (Romans 11:1-6)
    9. National Israel is judicially blinded (Romans 11:7-12)
    10. The Gentiles warned (Romans 11:13-25)
    11. Israel is yet to be saved nationally (Romans 11:26-36)
  7. Christian life and service (Romans 12:1-15:33)
    1. Consecration (Romans 12:1-2)
    2. Service (Romans 12:3-8)
    3. The Christian and those within (Romans 12:9-16)
    4. The Christian and those without (Romans 12:17-13:7)
    5. The law of love toward the neighbor (Romans 13:8-14)
    6. The law of love concerning doubtful things (Romans 14:1-3)
    7. Jewish and Gentile believers are one in salvation (Romans 14:4-13)
    8. The apostle speaks of his ministry and coming journey (Romans 14:14-15:33)
  8. The outflow of Christian love (Romans 16:1-27)

* LESSONmaker Outlines.

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