Romans 1:16-17 Paul tells the Romans that the gospel message is important, because if you believe in it’s message it can bring salvation. God uses the gospel to show us the only way to salvation. The gospel leads us to salvation because it reveals righteousness. We learn what righteousness is,
Who was Nehemiah? Nehemiah was a contemporary of Ezra. He was born in exile and became cupbearer to the Persian king Artaxerxes. What happens in the book? Many Jews had returned to the land of Israel from exile. The events in the book of Ezra took place about 11 years
Romans 1 : 8-15 Paul really wants to visit the church at Rome. It would appear that this church was set up by other disciples and not Paul himself. Perhaps a member of one of the other churches he was involved in went to Rome and formed a church there.
The New Testament letters can be difficult to understand. Paul and the other writers explore deep theological arguments and answer difficult questions that arose in the early church. It is however really worth getting to grips with them because under the theology are many valuable spiritual lessons. I am going
What happens in the book? The Jews in captivity in Babylon were given permission to return to the land of Israel by Cyrus, King of Persia. The first wave of people was led back by Zerubabbel the prince, and Joshua the High Priest. They rebuilt the temple, but suffered opposition