Chapter 1:1-17

  1. Verse 1 teaches us that Paul was c __________________________________,


c__________________________ and c _______________________________


unto the gospel of God.


  1. Jesus was, according to the flesh, the _________________________________


_________________________   _____________________________________.


Jesus was, according to the spirit of holiness, declared to be the


____________________________ ________________________


_______________________ with power by the ___________________________


________________________   _______________________




  1. Where was the Roman’s faith spoken of? Consider Matthew 24:14.



4. What did Paul want to give the Romans?



  1. What can we expect from the “power” of the gospel?



6. If the just quit having faith, they quit _________________________________

Memory work– Romans 1:16 – For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth: to the Jew first, and also to the Greek.


Chapter 1:18-2:16

  1. What characterizes the man against whom the wrath of God is revealed?



  1. ___________________________ themselves to be wise,


they became ________________________________.


3. Who changed the ______________________________________________


of God into a ___________________________________________________.


      4. Who is it that God gives up to vile affections?




  1. What is a reprobate mind?




  1. Who does the Christian judge?




  1. Who does God judge?




  1. God’s ____________________________________ judgment will render to every man


according to ______________________________________________________.


  1. At the judgement what will merit God’s favor?



  1. God’s wrath?



  1. Explain the two types of sin:


“sinned without law” ________________________________________________



“sinned in the law” __________________________________________________



  1. Where did you first receive the law?


Memory work: Romans 1:18 – For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold the truth in unrighteousness.


Chapter 2:17-3:31

  1. How does 2:23-25 apply today?




  1. Who is a Jew?




  1. Consider and discuss 3:8 – “Let us do evil, that good may come”.




  1. What does the “law” do?




  1. “Being justified ____________________________ by his grace through the


_______________________________ that is in Christ Jesus: whom God hath set


forth to be a_______________________________________________ through


________________________________ in his _______________________, to


declare ___________________________ ______________________________


for the ______________________________of sins that are _________________,


through the forbearance of God.”


  1. Is God just in forgiving us? How?



Memory work: Romans 3:19 – now we know that what things soever the law saith, it saith to them who are under the law: that every mouth may be stopped, and all the world may become guilty before God.


Chapter 4

  1. Was it Abraham’s righteousness that pleased God? (Hebrew 11:6)


“Abraham ___________________________God, and it was inputted unto him for righteousness.”


  1. What did Abraham’s circumcision signify?




  1. What promise did God make to Abraham?




  1. How is the promise being fulfilled?




  1. What specific significance did these qualities of God have for Abraham? For us?



  1. “Even God, who quickeneth the dead”




7. “Even God, who calleth those things witch be not as though they were.”




8. How are we made righteous?



Memory work: Romans 4:20 – He staggered not at the promise of God through unbelief; but was strong in faith, giving glory to God.


Chapter 5

  1. By whom or by what do we enter God’s grace?




  1. We are justified by what? (Consider verse 1 and verse 9)




  1. Why glory in tribulation?




  1. How did sin enter into the “world” by one man?




  1. How did death come by sin?




  1. Why was death passed upon all men?




  1. Why is sin not imputed where there is no law?




  1. Explain: “but where sin abounded, grace did much more abound.”



Memory work: Romans 5:8- But God commendeth His love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinner, Christ died for us.


Chapter 6

  1. Explain:

Being “baptized into Jesus Christ”




Being “baptized into his death”




“Newness of life”




“Old man”




“Body of sin”




  1. How are we free from sin?




  1. We should be – “dead unto ____________________________________”


and “alive unto ___________________.”


4. What makes verse 11 work?




  1. Who does sin not have dominion?




  1. “His servant ye are to whom ye _____________________________________.”


“Ye have obeyed from the __________________________________________


that form of doctrine which was delivered you.”


  1. “The __________________________________of sin is death; but the


___________________________ of God is eternal ______________________


through Jesus Christ our lord.”

Memory work: Romans 6:16 – know ye not, that to whom ye yield yourselves servants to obey, his servants ye are whom ye obey; whether of sin unto death, or of obedience unto righteousness?


Chapter 7

  1. What does verses 2 and 3 teach us?




  1. How are Christians “dead to the law?” (Consider 7:4 and 6:3)




  1. Explain – “we should serve in newness of spirit and not in the oldness of the law.”




  1. What purpose does the law have?




  1. “Without the law ________________________________ was dead.”


“Without the law ____________________ was alive.” “When the commandment


came __________________________ revived, and ____________________ died.”


  1. Explain the perplexing situation in witch the man under the law finds himself.




  1. Is the law mentioned in verse 21 real in your life today?




  1. Which is stronger, “the law of the mind” or “the law of sin which is in my members?”




  1. Do we have hope? Where?



Memory work: Romans 7:24, 25a – O wretched man that I am!  Who shall deliver me from the body of this death?  I thank God through Jesus Christ our lord.


Romans 8:1-8:28

  1. Where is there no condemnation?



What characterizes those in this place?




  1. Two are spoken of in 7:23 and a third in 8:2. List the three in order of ascending strength.


1) ____________________________________________________________


2) ____________________________________________________________


3) ____________________________________________________________


  1. What characterizes the man in whom the spirit of God dwells?




  1. Explain verse 13.




  1. If we are now children of God, what determines if we will be heirs of God?




  1. What is the creature—the natural body—waiting for? (Verse 19, 23)




  1. What determines the strength of “hope”?




  1. Because the spirit makes intercession for us,


Memory work: Romans 8:13 – For if ye live after the flesh, ye shall die: but if ye through the spirit do mortify the deeds of the body, ye shall live.


Romans 8:28-9:29

  1. What two things characterize those who have all things working for their good?


1) ____________________________________________________________


2) ____________________________________________________________


  1. Who did God foreknow and predestinate to be conformed to the image of his son?




  1. Who is God “for”?



To whom does he freely give all things?



Who does he justify?



For whom does Jesus make intercession?



  1. Where can nothing separate us from God’s love?




  1. Explain- “they are not all Israel, which are of Israel.”




  1. To what was Jacob elected?




  1. Why did God harden pharaoh’s heart?




  1. How could God justify hardening pharaoh’s heart?




  1. Prophecy foretold concerning Israel that only a


____________________________ would be saved.

Memory work: Romans 8:31 – if God be for us, who can be against us?


Chapter 9:30-10:21

  1. How did Israel seek righteousness?




  1. Explain 10:2—“they have a zeal of God, but not according to knowledge.”




  1. Where is the “word of faith”?




  1. Salvation is characterized by c _____________________________________ and


c __________________________________________ (v.10).


  1. Before man can call on Jesus:





6. What must we do to increase our faith?




  1. Why was Israel rejected?



Memory work: Romans 10:9-10 – That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.  For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness, and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.


Chapter 11

  1. Who is the “remnant”?




  1. Explain “election of grace”.




  1. What has the election obtained (v. 7)?




  1. Why were the rest-blinded (v. 7)?




  1. From verses 16-24 define:



  1. Root








Natural branches




Wild olive tree




  1. Why are branches broken out of the tree? How do they stay in the tree?




  1. Explain v. 23.




  1. What is meant by, “and so all Israel shall be saved”?




  1. Explain v. 29.



Memory work: Romans 11:5 – Even so then at this present time also there is a remnant according to the election of grace.


Chapters 12, 13

  1. What is our reasonable service?




  1. How are we transformed?



  1. What is the “measure of faith” spoken of in Chapter 12, verse 3?




  1. “For as we have many________________________ in one ______________,


and all members have not the same __________________________________;


so we, being many, are one __________ in Christ and every one ______________


one of another.”


  1. How do we overcome evil?




  1. Who are the “powers” spoken of in chapter 13, verse 1?




  1. Explain: “Owe no man anything”.




  1. What fulfills the law?



9. Define “love”.




  1. “Put ye on the ________________________ ________________________


__________________________ and make not __________________________


for the  ________________________________ to fulfill the ________________


___________________________ thereof.

Memory work: Romans 12: 1,2 – I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service, and be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.


Romans 14-15:17

  1. Who are the “weak in the faith”?




  1. What does “for none of us liveth to himself and no man dieth to himself” mean?




  1. Of whom will you give an account to God?



  1. Explain verse 14.




  1. Explain “for meat destroy not the work of God”.




  1. “Happy is he that ______________________________________________


not himself in that thing which he ____________________________________.”


7. Whatsoever is not of ________________________________


is _________________________________.


8. What ought to characterize the “strong”?



Memory work: Romans 14:17,18 – For the kingdom of God is not meat and drink; but righteousness, and peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost.  For he that in these things serveth Christ is acceptable to God, and approved of men.


Chapter 15:8 – 16:27

  1. What makes our service to God acceptable?




  1. How was Paul trying to make the Gentiles obedient?




  1. What accompanied Paul’s preaching and why? (Consider Mark 16:20)




  1. Why had Paul not preached in Rome?




  1. Was Paul’s prayer request in 15:31 answered?



  1. What is a “holy kiss”?




  1. By what are Christians sometimes deceived?




  1. What is the “mystery”?



Memory work: Romans 15:31 – Now the God of hope will fill you with all joy in believing, that ye may abound in hope, through the power of the Holy Ghost.