Romans 3: 21 - But now apart from the Law the righteousness of God has been emphatic logical transition) proceeds carefully in Romans 3: 21 - 31 the nature of.
Romans 3: 31 - Do we then nullify the Law through faith? This is evident from Romans 3:20- 21, where the apostle shows that no man could be justified by.
In our study of Romans 3:20 we have seen that both Gentiles and Jews are under Condemnation means damnation — to be headed toward that outer the apostle has painted in glowing colors the redemption God has provided for us. For all have sinned any fall short of the glory of God. From the series: Romans: The Gospel of God's Righteousness. And if Jesus Christ had suffered death as many times as the number of the sins of the redeemed, His satisfaction would not have been greater or more complete than by the one death which He suffered. That the true grounds of justification cannot ever be in a million years the faith of fallible, sinful people, would appear to be axiomatic. God forbid, as Paul put it in this verse. Now in order that these things may be impressed on our hearts, we quote a few of the ever recurring references in Scripture to the holiness of God: its effect in godly fear upon the saints, and also its effect upon the wicked.