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There should be no benchwarmers in the body of Christ. 19 They know the truth about God because he has made it obvious to them. Luke mentions that when the gospel first went to Antioch, it was men from Cyprus and Cyrene who first preached it there (Acts 11:20). Apparently she had ministered to Paul as a mother would, perhaps when he was ill. Prisca and Aquila had risked their lives for Paul. Jesus Christ in the Book of Romans A Final Prayer. In the same breath Paul mentions Erastus, the city treasurer, an important public position. ICEBREAKER . They later accompanied Paul to Ephesus, where after Paul left they helped Apollos get straightened out in his doctrine (Acts 18:24-26). I can’t comment on every name, but I want to point out seven features of this snapshot. In chapter 1:16-17 of Paul’s Letter to the Romans, Paul states the theme of the letter, 1. Clearly, he took a personal interest in people, and so should we. Apparently Phoebe was on her way to Rome (probably entrusted with this precious letter) and Paul sends an advance reco… a. I commend to you Phoebe our sister: Paul certainly knew the value of what women could do in serving the church. Obviously, that question is unfair because we only accomplish what the Lord determines to do through us, Still, there is something to consider here, because undoubtedly we could have done more for the kingdom had we set our mind to it, Paul’s remarkable legacy doesn’t establish our goal in ministry, but it does challenge us to increase our effort and focus, We know all Paul accomplished for the Lord, but we don’t know all he sacrificed, We know of some sacrifices, including coming near death and suffering great deprivation at times, In the end, church tradition holds that Paul was martyred for his work, So let his example serve to challenge our willingness to sacrifice so that we might be useful to the Lord for accomplishing great things also, Now look at v.24 where we see Paul mentioning a desire to be in Spain, Paul saw Spain as the next great frontier for his apostolic ministry, And as it turned out, Rome was on his way, So the time had come to stop and visit the Roman church, But Spain was a long way from Rome, and if Paul was going to make it that far, he would need support, And that’s exactly why he’s written to Rome, Paul says he hopes to see them in passing through to Spain, and in seeing them be helped in reaching the Gentiles in Spain, I can think of no better way to raise money for ministry, Even though Paul was sitting in Corinth as he wrote, and was only a few days journey away from Rome, he was taking a detour, Paul continues to explain his future missionary plans saying he must first return to Jerusalem, He’s literally traveling in the opposite direction from Rome, He’s delivering a contribution from Gentile churches in this region to meet the needs of the Jewish church in Jerusalem, The church in Jerusalem was especially poor largely because faith in Jesus made a Jew a pariah in the city, Without the support of the Jewish community, it was nearly impossible to survive in the city, So support from other churches in the region was a huge issue, and Paul worked hard to raise support for the Jewish church wherever he went, Having persuaded a number of churches to give generously to the needs of Jerusalem, Paul is now ready to return to the city, And he mentioned this trip to those in Rome because he wants to make a larger point to them, Notice in v.27 Paul says these Gentile churches were only too happy to give to the Jewish church out of gratitude for what they had received, Paul’s alluding to the importance of Israel and the Jewish people in God’s plan to bring salvation to all mankind, As he taught earlier in this letter, Israel’s covenant relationship with the Lord is the root that we’ve been grafted into by faith, So the Gentile church is indebted to the Jewish people for spiritual things, So how can we object to offering them material things, which are of far less value. The Names of Paul's Friends. They are full of envy, murder, strife, deceit Romans 1:16–32. Paul calls Prisca and Aquila “my fellow workers in Christ Jesus” (16:3). Surprisingly, Paul ends with a fundraising appeal, And perhaps that makes sense in this case, Because the enormity of what Paul has given to the church in this letter certainly justifies an expectation of gratitude, We ended last week in Chapter 15 v.13 as Paul wrapped up the formal teaching in this letter, And now Paul turns to addressing his readers specifically, calling on them to respond to his letter in the appropriate way, We can clearly see Paul turning to address his audience as he says “and concerning you…”, What follows is a diplomatic yet convicting appeal for the church in Rome to support Paul’s future missionary journeys, To understand how and why Paul makes this appeal, we need to remember the background I provided at the outset of this letter, As you may remember, by the time of this letter Paul was the foremost apostle of the church, He had traveled extensively throughout the Roman Empire evangelizing  and teaching, He had established or discipled churches in major Roman cities like Antioch, Corinth and Ephesus, And he had written letters to many other churches around Asia Minor, and each letter was treated as a precious object by the faithful, Rome was the most important city in the known world, And therefore the church in Rome carried itself with a certain degree of pride, What’s more, the church had not been founded by an apostle, which gave the leadership an even greater sense of accomplishment, Yet the great apostle Paul had never visited the church in Rome, even when he had been in the neighborhood (relatively speaking), In fact, Paul had not even written to the church in this great city, So by the time Paul sat down to write his letter to Rome, the church leadership was feeling a bit overlooked and unappreciated, And yet Paul was going to need the help of this significant and well-financed church body for his future evangelism, Which is why Paul went to such effort to impress them with his letter, No doubt Paul has blown them away with an intellectual feast of spiritual truth that uplifted them and humbled them, He gave them something they could truly appreciate, something that honored them, And interestingly, Paul has also organized his letter so that he ended his teaching addressing the equality of Gentiles in the church, That organization was strategic on Paul’s part, since it leads him directly into his appeal for support, And as such, he focused his evangelism efforts on traveling to major centers of Gentiles, One such area would be particularly hard to reach…Spain, It lay at the outskirts of the empire, on the opposite side from Judea, So for Paul to travel that far, he would need significant time and support, And not coincidentally, Rome lay directly in his path from Judea to Spain, Therefore Paul wrote Romans to educate and impress his audience in Rome, which then gave him opportunity to make a heartfelt appeal, That appeal will be for the Jewish leadership in the Roman church to give generously to Paul’s mission to reach Gentiles, That’s a tough sell under any circumstances, but even more so when the church isn’t on your side, So returning to Chapter 15, we see Paul’s smart strategy unfolding, First in vs.14-21 Paul reminds the church of the nobility of his mission to reach Gentiles and his faithfulness in carrying it out, Secondly, in vs.22-29 Paul presents the Roman church with his appeal for their partnership with him in his next mission, Finally in vs.30-33 Paul explains his future missionary plans and the opportunity the Romans have to be involved in that work, This is a very traditional missionary fundraising approach, or at least it has become traditional, In vs.14-16 Paul begins in defense of his mission, but starts diplomatically mentioning the good things he’s heard of this church, He knew they were full of goodness, filled with knowledge and able to admonish others in the truth, This is a notable statement, since Paul had never visited Rome, But that doesn’t mean Paul didn’t have connections in that city and in that church, Take a moment to glance at Chapter 16 and you’ll notice that Paul spends considerable time greeting acquaintances in that city, It’s the longest such list in all his epistles, He was making a point that he had connections to the Roman church despite having never visited the city, Paul begins saying he knows they are full of goodness, referring to their moral excellence or character, The Roman church stood as a light amidst darkness in the center of a pagan empire, They were a beacon of godliness, resisting the evil culture so they could transform it by the truth, Likewise, Paul knew they were full of knowledge referring to their understanding of biblical truth, This was largely a self-taught church, humanly speaking, No apostle had made it to Rome as far as we know, so they hadn’t known the benefit of personal instruction by someone like Paul, Nevertheless, they were learning the Scriptures, understanding Christian doctrine even before the canon was complete, And out of that learning, Paul says he knew they were admonishing believers to live out what they were learning, In other words, this wasn’t a church content with filling heads with knowledge, They expected followers of Jesus to live in ways that pleased their Master, Then in v.15 Paul says nevertheless I wrote boldly to you, meaning he covered important doctrinal truth in great detail without the intent to offend, Paul knew that the church might take offense at receiving such a thorough explanation of the Gospel, It might seem to suggest to them that he thought the church in Rome didn’t understand the basis of their own salvation, He says he writes boldly to them on “some points” as if to imply these were things they probably already knew, In reality, they probably learned a lot from Paul’s explanation as do we all, Still Paul handled their egos gently, leading him into his main point in writing: to remind them that he has a God-given mission to reach Gentiles, In v.16 Paul explains he ministers as a priest for the purpose of pleasing God by converting Gentiles, Who in turn will be sanctified by the Holy Spirit, This is the heart of the mission of the church, not just to reach Gentiles but Jews too, Furthermore, Paul wants the church in Rome to understand that his absence was ordained as part of that mission, Paul says that in his work he takes every opportunity to boast in things God is doing, yet he does not presume to boast about his own accomplishments, This is Paul’s preface to explaining the great things that have happened in his ministry, He wants to be sure the church understands he is not assuming personal credit for these outcomes, Rather, he acknowledges that the Lord alone has accomplished this work, And yet the Lord has been working through Paul’s ministry, and the results speak for themselves, Paul’s years spent reaching Gentiles with the Gospel has resulted in a tremendous response of obedience to the Gospel, both in word and deed, Gentiles were turning to the God of Israel, embracing Jesus as that Messiah, They were confessing Christ, showing obedience to the Gospel by their word, And they were turning from pagan lifestyles and immorality to obey the commands of Christ, These were remarkable achievements that few in Israel could ever have imagined happening, As Paul says in Ephesians, it’s literally the breaking down of the temple wall separating the Jew and Gentile, The Gentile response came by the power of the Spirit and in conjunction with great signs, These experiences validated that the Lord was indeed courting Gentiles and welcoming them into the body, As the Spirit manifested these wonders in the midst of Gentile acceptance, the apostles were forced to accept their confessions were genuine, The Spirit worked in this way to overcome the natural resistance of Jewish evangelists, Which is why Paul reminded his readers of these things, So in light of the Lord’s remarkable saving work among Gentiles, Paul says he determined to visit places where Christ had not yet been preached, That was in keeping with his office as apostle, The word apostle roughly translates “one sent with a message", and it reflects their mission to go into unreached areas, Apostles generally didn’t build on top of another’s work, though on occasion they did (see 1 Corinthians 3), Paul says he had managed to open these doors from Jerusalem to as far as Illyricum, which was a Roman province, Illyricum is the ancient name for the present day Dalmatian coast of the Adriatic Sea, It covered an area from Greece in the south through current-day Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia, and Croatia, That area was a short boat ride across the Adriatic to Rome, So Paul’s saying he’s been moving in Rome’s direction, but his mission kept him focused on other areas first. Tryphaena and Tryphosa are “workers in the Lord” (16:12). A “Rufus” is also mentioned in Mark 15:21, where Mark says that his father was Simon of Cyrene, who was forced to carry Jesus’ cross. B. Righteousness Lived Out (Rom. The law is not sin. 11:3-16; 14:34-38) is not sound interpretation (Moo, p. 927; Thomas Schreiner, Romans [Baker], p. 797). As we’ve seen in Romans, being “in Christ” through faith is the most important designation that can be true of anyone. print mp3. Leon Morris (The Epistle to the Romans [Apollos/Eerdmans], p. 527) observes. Printable Study Guide. Most scholars think that she was the one who carried the letter to Rome. He longed for them to know Jesus Christ as their Messiah and accept him as their kinsman redeemer. As we’ve seen, there were tensions between the Gentile and Jewish segments of the church in Rome. Romans Lesson 16 Day 2 My answers to BSF study questions. As we saw in chapter 12, every believer has been given at least one spiritual gift that he or she is to use in serving the Lord. Romans 16:25-27 I’m not comfortable creating and posting my paraphrase here, so what follows is from The New Living Translation. For if we have been united with him in a death like his, we will certainly also be … Downloads. 2 For the law of the Spirit of life has set you free in Christ Jesus from the law of sin and death. God walks with us. 2 For the law of the Spirit of life has set you free in Christ Jesus from the law of sin and death. God forbid. Rufus is “chosen in the Lord” (16:13). It is sometimes read to us as the second lesson in church. 1:15; 4:10, 14), but that didn’t keep him from pursuing close relationships with other believers. Romans 16:16, KJV: "Salute one another with an holy kiss.The churches of Christ salute you." Tell them you are going to test their knowledge of American wars. also greet the church that is in their house. Key Notes: Paul addresses 20 or more people in a city he has not visited. Lesson 16: Life in the Spirit – 8:1-11. It would have been men with men and women with women. Quartus was “the brother.” Prisca and Aquila opened their home to host the gatherings of the church (16:5), which they also did in Ephesus (1 Cor. 5:26; 1 Pet. Romans 1:1-2:11 Lesson Three …. First, Prisca is mentioned before her husband in four out of six references in Scripture, which was against the common custom. Audio. I commend to you Phoebe our sister, who is a servant of the church in Cenchrea, that you may receive her in the Lord in a manner worthy of the saints, and assist her in whatever business she has need of you; for indeed she has been a helper of many and of myself also. But before I do, let me say that this chapter dispels the notion that Paul was a non-relational theologian who was so wrapped up in his study that he didn’t care about people. Dec 24, 2006. Paul had met them in Corinth, where they worked together as tentmakers after they had been forced to leave Rome when Claudius expelled the Jews (Acts 18:1-3). But Paul would have vigorously disagreed. Wherever they went, their hearts were for building up the church. Romans Lesson Audio Condemnation of the Jews Romans 2:25—3:9. Should I obey a lockdown or go to church anyway? We don’t know when this happened, but obviously there was a close bond between them because of this. Persis (another woman) “has worked hard in the Lord” (16:12). For those of you in other countries, you could do the same with well known wars in your history. She may have held an official position as a deaconess (1 Tim. So in the church in Corinth you had low-level slaves right next to Erastus the important official. Even though our names will never be in Scripture and none of us will probably be recognized or remembered by the world, God knows your name and you are important to Him. Romans 16 - NIV: I commend to you our sister Phoebe, a deacon of the church in Cenchreae. John Piper An inscription has been found in Corinth mentioning an Erastus who was the public works administrator. Luke uses Priscilla, which was the diminutive nickname (like Liz for Elizabeth). 16:20; 2 Cor. Lesson 16: Life in the Spirit – 8:1-11. Lesson Two …. 57-58) John Piper lists dozens of ministries that women can serve in. 2:8-15; 1 Cor. How much have we accomplished for the kingdom over the past 2 decades as believers? John Piper Dec 17, 2006 214 Shares Sermon. All rights reserved. 3:11), although some scholars dispute this. He sent His Son to rescue you from sin and judgment. They have the advantage of forming close relationships, allowing for closer shepherding, and involving every member in ministry. The Names of God. What steps of obedience are now within our reach because of what we have heard? Romans 5, Lesson 2 (PDF) Romans Message Notes, June 16 . The Names of Paul's Friends. When I was a kid someone asked what I wanted to be when I grew up, "A teacher, writer, artist, and veterinarian!" They were putting their hope in the Law and on God, in that they felt privileged that He chose to work with and reveal Himself through them. Home >> Bible Studies >> Romans Studies >> Romans 16 These small group studies of Romans contain outlines, cross-references, Bible study discussion questions, and applications. Romans 16:16. Paul urges the church to extend hospitality to Phoebe, whom he calls “our sister.” She was family. B. Lightfoot, Saint Paul’s Epistle to the Philippians [Zondervan], p. 175). When he died, his slaves would have become the property of the emperor, but would still be called “the household of Aristobulus.” The following name, Herodion, probably refers to a Jewish slave or freedman who was a part of that larger household of Aristobulus now in the emperor’s service (see J. So the church is made up of ordinary, diverse people who are “in Christ.” These ordinary people are growing to know the Lord through sound doctrine, such as the Epistle to the Romans. It just makes us aware of right from wrong. You must hear the gospel and then understand and recognize that you are lost without Jesus Christ no matter who you are and no matter what your background is. Sexuality. It’s significant that although Romans is the most doctrinally deep letter in the New Testament, it was written to help common people, many of them slaves, to know Christ and grow in their walk with Him. Paul desperately wanted these diverse groups to work out their differences and grow in love as one body in Christ. Prisca and Aquila (16:3) were fellow tentmakers and fellow Jews with Paul, as were the others in this chapter whom he calls “my kinsmen” (16:7, 11, 21). 1 There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. For I am not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ The reason why he was so ready and willing to preach it, even where he ran the greatest risk of his character and life, was, because it was "the Gospel of Christ" he preached, and he was not ashamed of it. ([Crossway], pp. Romans 16:16, ESV: "Greet one another with a holy kiss.All the churches of Christ greet you." Downloads. romans 12 lesson #16 the gift of prophecy and the gift of teaching. As a matter of fact, in Romans 8:2 it talks about what real freedom is. The household of Narcissus (16:11) also probably referred to the slaves belonging to a wealthy, wicked freedman who was also friends with the Emperor Claudius. Lesson 24: Romans 15-16 Class Handout for Lesson 24 Class Notes for Lesson 24 Audio Copy of Lesson 24 (MP3 format) God's Plan of Salvation. Probably the two groups mentioned in 16:14 & 15 represented other house churches, which could perhaps hold as many as 70 or 80 people (Moo, p. 919). They have the disadvantages of lacking solid teaching and getting off track doctrinally if they lack trained leaders. Be careful about being too physical in greeting members of the opposite sex! 2017 - The Book of Romans. Paul also mentions Mary, “who has worked hard for you” (16:6). Romans - Lesson 16 Text C. Paul’s personal i greetings 16:1-24. To our wise God and Father, through His Son Jesus Christ, be all the glory, Amen. 1 There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. Lesson Focus: Rejoicing in our afflictions. Article “Phebe.” Learn more about this member of the early Church, known for the help she gave Paul, in the Ensign’s ongoing series about women in the New Testament. Romans 2:12-3:26 Lesson Four …. It takes some mental effort to grapple with these profound truths, but it’s well worth the work! Scripture: Romans 16:27. But they’re worth the risk. One of those he mentions by name in his letter to the Romans is Phebe. 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