Reading through Romans: Day Fifteen
Welcome to day fifteen of reading through Romans together! Today’s suggested passage is Romans 7:13-25, where the Apostle Paul talks about his struggle with sin and the hope we have in Jesus Christ. As we read through Romans let us take the time to dwell in Scripture and reflect on what it means in our context and life circumstances – and please don’t forget to share your thoughts and insights as a comment below!
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A possible prayer based on Romans 7:13-25:
“Heavenly Father, thank you for the wonderful truths that are contained in your Word. Thank you that although there is nothing that I can do to gain your approval, I am accepted in the Beloved. Thank you that my salvation was completed by Christ who died for me and rose again to pay the penalty for my sin and to break the power of sin in my life. I pray that I may live to your praise and glory until I can say, “it is not I that lives but Christ who lives in me.” Thank you Father, in Jesus’ name I pray, amen.”