Romans, 15

Romans, 15

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Romans 15 is a chapter that speaks to the importance of unity and peace among believers. Paul begins by reminding the readers that the strong should bear with the weaknesses of the weak and not please themselves. He then goes on to explain that each of us should be devoted to one another in love, and that we should be eager to practice hospitality. Paul then encourages the readers to follow the example of Christ, who humbled himself and became obedient to the point of death. He also reminds them that the Scriptures were written for our instruction, so that we may have hope and encouragement. Paul then goes on to explain that the Gentiles should glorify God for his mercy, and that the Jews should glorify him for his faithfulness. He also encourages the readers to live in harmony with one another, and to accept one another just as Christ accepted them. Finally, Paul encourages the readers to rejoice in the Lord, and to be of the same mind in the Lord. Overall, this chapter is a reminder of the importance of unity and peace among believers. Paul encourages us to bear with one another, to practice hospitality, and to accept one another just as Christ accepted us. He also reminds us that the Scriptures were written for our instruction, so that we may have hope and encouragement.


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