Among whom are ye also--that is, along with others; for the apostle ascribes nothing special to the Church of Rome (compare 1 Corinthians 14:36 ) [BENGEL]. 17. 14 As for m the one who is weak in faith, welcome him, but not to quarrel over opinions. "As they deserted God, God in turn deserted them; not giving them divine (that is, supernatural) laws, and suffering them to corrupt those which were human; not sending them prophets, and allowing the philosophers to run into absurdities. Long before this chapter was penned, the Lesbians and others throughout refined Greece had been luxuriating in such debasements; and as for the Romans, TACITUS, speaking of the emperor Tiberius, tells us that new words had then to be coined to express the newly invented stimulants to jaded passion. Through him we received both the generous gift of his life and the urgent task of passing it on to others who receive it by entering into obedient trust in Jesus. (But to this Epistle.). As in our purposes, so in our desires, we must remember to say, If the Lord will, Jas. I received God's grace because of what Jesus did so that I could bring glory to him. Romans 1:5 (GW) Romans 1:5 (TMB) 7. beloved of God--(Compare Deuteronomy 33:12 , Colossians 3:12 ). So long as reason remains to them, there is still a small voice in the worst of men, protesting, in the name of the Power that implanted it, "that they which do such things are worthy of death" ( Romans 1:32 ). Concerning his Son Jesus Christ our Lord--the grand burden of this "Gospel of God." the. according to the flesh--that is, in His human nature (compare Romans 9:5 , John 1:14 ); implying, of course, that He had another nature, of which the apostle immediately proceeds to speak. Through him God gave me the privilege of being an apostle for the sake of Christ, in order to lead people of all nations to believe and obey. A divine office for securing like grace to others. and peace--the peace which Christ made through the blood of His cross ( Colossians 1:20 ), and which reflects into the believing bosom "the peace of God which passeth all understanding" ( Philippians 4:7 ). (3) Wilful resistance of light has a retributive tendency to blunt the moral perceptions and weaken the capacity to apprehend and approve of truth and goodness; and thus is the soul prepared to surrender itself, to an indefinite extent, to error and sin ( Romans 1:21 , &c.). [That is the strongest negative you can find in the Greek language.] Verses 26-32 In the horrid depravity of the heathen, the truth of our Lord's words was shown: "Light was come into the world, but men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil; for he that doeth evil hateth the light." as it is written--( Habakkuk 2:4 ). The grossness of pagan idolatry is only equalled by the revolting character and frightful extent of the immoralities which it fostered and consecrated ( Romans 1:24 Romans 1:26 Romans 1:27 ). By whom we have received grace and apostleship, for obedience to the faith among all nations, for his name: Romans 1:5 (LEB) and unrighteousness of men--that is, all their deviations from moral rectitude in heart, speech, and behavior. and apostleship--for the publication of that "grace," and the organization of as many as receive it into churches of visible discipleship. He made me an apostle to all those who aren't Jews. and the Word was MADE flesh"; and Isaiah 9:6 , "Unto us a Child is BORN, unto us a Son is GIVEN." (6) Moral corruption invariably follows religious debasement. Romans 5:1-5 New International Version (NIV) Peace and Hope 5 Therefore, since we have been justified through faith, we [ a ] have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, 2 through whom we have gained access by faith into this grace in which we now stand. 21. Without the latter, the former would have been impossible, and those who have not been favored with the former will be without excuse, if they are deaf to the voice and blind to the glory of the latter ( Romans 1:19 Romans 1:20 ). Salem Media Group. This is here styled the "spirit," as an impalpable and immaterial nature ( John 4:24 ), and "the spirit of holiness," probably in absolute contrast with that "likeness, of sinful flesh" which He assumed. I want you to look at Romans 5:20. in the holy scriptures--Though the Roman Church was Gentile by nation as it consisted mostly of proselytes to the Jewish faith to this Epistle), they are here reminded that in embracing Christ they had not cast off, but only the more profoundly yielded themselves to, Moses and the prophets ( Acts 13:32 Acts 13:33 ). 13. For God . In a sense this is the point of our second lesson (Romans 4: 1-5, 13-17 or Romans 5: 1-11). Through him we received grace and apostleship to call all the Gentiles to the obedience that comes from faith for his name’s sake. from faith to faith--a difficult clause. by whom we have received grace and apostleship for obedience to the faith among all nations for His name. We are still talking about the details of God’s grace, but now we are entering into Part II, which is our new life that we have in Jesus Christ. through whom we have received grace and apostleship for the obedience of faith among all the Gentiles on behalf of his name. Romans 13. Romans 6:1-3; Romans 6:4-5 ; Romans 6:1-5 The New Life that We Have in Jesus by Dr. Wayne A. Barber. The sinfulness of man is described as ungodliness against the laws of the first table, and unrighteousness against those of the second. Israel corrupted and debased the worship of Jehovah, and the sins with which they were charged were mostly of the grosser kind--intemperance and sensuality: the people of Judah, remaining faithful to the pure worship, were for a long time charged mostly with formality and hypocrisy; and only as they fell into the idolatries of the heathen around them, did they sink into their vices. Most interpreters (judging from the sense of such phrases elsewhere) take it to mean, "from one degree of faith to another." So John 1:1 John 1:14 , "In the beginning WAS the Word . Find Top Church Sermons, Illustrations, and Preaching Slides on Romans 1:1-5. I am debtor both to the Greeks--cultivated and to the Barbarians--rude. Perhaps this latter sense is best supported, but one hardly knows which to prefer. But before enumerating their actual iniquities, he goes back to the origin of them all, their stifling the light which still remained to them. did change, &c.--The practices here referred to, though too abundantly attested by classic authors, cannot be further illustrated, without trenching on things which "ought not to be named among us as become the saints." 1 Every person should obey the government in power. 2. No wonder that, thus sick and dying as was this poor humanity of ours under the highest earthly culture, its many-voiced cry for the balm in Gilead, and the Physician there, "Come over and help us," pierced the hearts of the missionaries of the Cross, and made them "not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ!". of Christ Jesus--that is, either called "by Him" ( John 5:25 ), or the called "belonging to Him"; "Christ's called ones." for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth--Here and in Romans 1:17 the apostle announces the great theme of his ensuing argument; SALVATION, the one overwhelming necessity of perishing men; this revealed IN THE GOSPEL MESSAGE; and that message so owned and honored of God as to carry, in the proclamation of it, GOD'S OWN POWER TO SAVE EVERY SOUL THAT EMBRACES IT, Greek and Barbarian, wise and unwise alike. known of God is manifest in them; for God hath showed it unto them--The sense of this pregnant statement the apostle proceeds to unfold in Romans 1:20 . by whom we have received grace and the office of apostle [by whom we have received grace and apostlehood, or state of apostle], to obey to the faith in all folks for his name. But look at Romanism where it has unrestrained liberty to develop its true character, and see whether impurity does not there taint society to its core, pervading alike the highest and the lowest classes; and then look at Protestantism where it enjoys the same advantages, and see whether it be not marked by a comparatively high standard of social virtue. In the summer of 386, a young man wept in the backyard of a friend. As darkness overspreads the mind, so impotence takes possession of the heart, when the "still small voice" of conscience is first disregarded, next thwarted, and then systematically deadened. 10. Romans 1:5 (WNT) Copyright © 2021, Bible Study Tools. Through Christ, God has given us the privilege and authority as apostles to tell Gentiles everywhere what God has done for them, so that they will believe and obey him, bringing glory to his name. that is, an obedience consisting of faith as its vital power. A. Romans 5 is the fifth chapter of the Epistle to the Romans in the New Testament of the Christian Bible. But the active sense of the word, adopted in our version and by the majority of expositors, though rarer, agrees perhaps better with the context. def art. Verses 1-7 The doctrine of which the apostle Paul wrote, set forth the fulfilment of the promises by the prophets. Romans 1:5 (HNV) against all ungodliness--that is, their whole irreligiousness, or their living without any conscious reference to God, and proper feelings towards Him. There never yet was a man, who had not reason to lament his strong corruptions, and his secret dislike to the will of God. For therein is the righteousness of God revealed--that is (as the whole argument of the Epistle shows), GOD'S JUSTIFYING RIGHTEOUSNESS. Thus the Sonship of Christ is in no proper sense a born relationship to the Father, as some, otherwise sound divines, conceive of it. Paul wrote to address a local problem or crisis. by whom we have received grace and the office of apostle [by whom we have received grace and apostlehood, or state of apostle], to obey to the faith in all folks for his name. The apostle places this terrible truth in the forefront of his argument on justification by faith, that upon the basis of universal condemnation he might rear the edifice of a free, world-wide salvation; nor can the Gospel be scripturally preached or embraced, save as the good news of salvation to those that are all equally "lost." with my spirit--from my inmost soul. 2 Therefore, whoever resists the government opposes what God has established. Therefore, having been justified by faith, we have[fn] peace with God through our Lord Jesus … But this agrees ill with the apostle's design, which has nothing to do with the progressive stages of faith, but solely with faith itself as the appointed way of receiving God's "righteousness." Romans 1:5 By whom we have received grace and apostleship That is, either by the Holy Spirit, from whom all grace and gifts come, qualifying for the discharge of any office; or by the Lord Jesus Christ, who is full of grace and truth, has received gifts for, and gives them to men to fit them for whatsoever service he is pleased to call them to. For I am not ashamed of the gospel--(The words, "of Christ," which follow here, are not found in the oldest and best manuscripts). Romans 1:5 • Romans 1:5 NIV • Romans 1:5 NLT • Romans 1:5 ESV • Romans 1:5 NASB • Romans 1:5 KJV • Romans 1:5 Commentaries • Romans 1:5 Bible Apps • Romans 1:5 Biblia Paralela • Romans 1:5 Chinese Bible • Romans 1:5 French Bible • Romans 1:5 German Bible Interlinear Bible Bible Hub It spoke of the Son of God, even Jesus the Saviour, the promised Messiah, who came from David as to his human nature, but was also declared to be the Son of God, by the Divine power which raised him from the dead. . Romans 1:5. διʼ οὗ , by whom ), by Jesus Christ our Lord.— ἐλάβομεν , we have received ), we, the other apostles and I.— χάριν καὶ ἀποστολὴν , grace and the apostolic mission ) These two things are quite distinct, but very closely connected. through whom we have received grace and apostleship to bring about the obedience of faith among all the Gentiles for His name's sake. What catholic love, what all-absorbing spirituality, what impassioned devotion to the glory of Christ among men! through whom we received grace and apostleship, unto obedience of faith among all the nations, for his name's sake; Romans 1:5 (BBE) It is the righteousness of Christ, who is God, coming from a satisfaction of infinite value. gave them up--This divine abandonment of men is here strikingly traced in three successive stages, at each of which the same word is used ( Romans 1:24 Romans 1:26 ; and Romans 1:28 , where the word is rendered "gave over"). If redeemed by the blood, and converted by the grace of the Lord Jesus, we are altogether his; and for his sake we are debtors to all men, to do all the good we can. 32. Who knowing--from the voice of conscience, Romans 2:14 Romans 2:15 the judgment of God--the stern law of divine procedure. Thus taught that his whole future was in the hands of God, he makes it his continual prayer that at length the obstacles to a happy and prosperous meeting might be removed. Through him we have received God's grace and our appointment to be apostles. THROUGH WHOM WE HAVE RECEIVED GRACE 5 through whom we received grace and apostleship, for obedience of faith among all the nations, for his name’s sake; 6 among whom you are also called to belong to Jesus Christ; For the wrath of God--His holy displeasure and righteous vengeance against sin. WHY THIS DIVINELY PROVIDED RIGHTEOUSNESS IS NEEDED BY ALL MEN. Romans 1:18 . (8-15) The gospel way of justification by faith, for Jews and Gentiles. Amen--By this doxology the apostle instinctively relieves the horror which the penning of such things excited within his breast; an example to such as are called to expose like dishonor done to the blessed God. who is blessed for ever! (18-32). All, more or less, do what they know to be wrong, and omit what they know to be right, so that the plea of ignorance cannot be allowed from any. Through him and for the kavod of his Name, we have received unmerited Chen v’Chesed Hashem and the Shlichus for the tachlis (purpose) of bringing about the mishma’at of emunah among all Nations. through whom we did receive grace and apostleship, for obedience of faith among all the nations, in behalf of his name; The scope or design of the apostle in writing to the Romans appears to have been, to answer the unbelieving, and to teach the believing Jew; to confirm the Christian and to convert the idolatrous Gentile; and to show the Gentile convert as equal with the Jewish, in respect of his religious condition, and his rank in the Divine favour. By whom we have received grace and apostleship for obedience to the faith among all nations for his name: Romans 1:5 (WEB) heart--that is, their whole inner man. This is the climax of our apostle's charges against the heathen; and certainly, if the things are in themselves as black as possible, this settled and unblushing satisfaction at the practice of them, apart from all the blinding effects of present passion, must be regarded as the darkest feature of human depravity. This was to bring all Gentiles to faithful obedience for his name's sake. Romans 1:5 (NIRV) An apostle divinely commissioned and empowered to preach it. through whom we have received grace and apostleship to bring about the obedience of faith among all the Gentiles for the sake of his name. These the apostle saluted, by wishing them grace to sanctify their souls, and peace to comfort their hearts, as springing from the free mercy of God, the reconciled Father of all believers, and coming to them through the Lord Jesus Christ. 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Such services are our duty. a. Verses 18-25 The apostle begins to show that all mankind need the salvation of the gospel, because none could obtain the favour of God, or escape his wrath by their own works. How "widely different is the apostolic style from that of the court of Papal Rome!" (With this striking apostolic statement agree the latest conclusions of the most profound speculative students of Theism). 11, 12. . Through Christ, God gave me the special work of an apostle, which was to lead people of all nations to believe and obey. It is not from faith to works, as if faith put us into a justified state, and then works kept us in it; but it is all along from faith to faith; it is faith pressing forward, and gaining the victory over unbelief. Here is, 1. 12. that I might have some fruit--of my ministry among you also, even as among other Gentiles--The GENTILE origin of the Church at Rome is here so explicitly stated, that those who conclude, merely from the Jewish strain of the argument, that they must have been mostly Israelites, decide in opposition to the apostle himself. . 4:15 . We should readily impart to others what God has trusted to us, rejoicing to make others joyful, especially taking pleasure in communing with those who believe the same things with us. That is, that I may be comforted together with you by the mutual faith both of you and me--"Not wishing to "lord it over their faith," but rather to be a "helper of their joy," the apostle corrects his former expressions: my desire is to instruct you and do you good, that is, for us to instruct and do one another good: in giving I shall also receive" [JOWETT]. to the end that ye may be established. The necessity of faith in the name of Jesus, as the only Savior of the world. Thinking God had a message to him in the words of the children, he picked up a scroll laying nearby and began to re… The Christian profession does not consist in a notional knowledge or a bare assent, much less in perverse disputings, but in obedience. It would be difficult for anyone who does not design websites to appreciate how much effort and work must have gone in to produce it. And we boast in the hope of the glory of God. (5) Christian fellowship, as indeed all real fellowship, is a mutual benefit; and as it is not possible for the most eminent saints and servants of Christ to impart any refreshment and profit to the meanest of their brethren without experiencing a rich return into their bosoms, so just in proportion to their humility and love will they feel their need of it and rejoice in it. romans 1:5-6. Strong's Number G5228 matches the Greek ὑπέρ (hyper), which occurs 160 times in 144 verses in the Greek concordance of the KJV Page 1 / 3 (Mat 5:44–1Co 1:13) A verse-by-verse exegetical commentary on the Greek New Testament. The apostle had Greece and Egypt in his eye when he penned this description. through whom we have received grace and apostleship to bring about the obedience of faith among all the Gentiles for the sake of his name. Through him we received both the generous gift of his life and the urgent task of passing it on to others who receive it by entering into obedient trust in Jesus. Romans 1:5 (NRS) in their imaginations--thoughts, notions, speculations, regarding God; compare Matthew 15:19 , Luke 2:35 , 1 Corinthians 3:20 , Greek. And we all know how soon a man will contrive, against the strongest evidence, to reason himself out of the belief of what he dislikes. is revealed from heaven--in the consciences of men, and attested by innumerable outward evidences of a moral government. The just shall live by faith--This golden maxim of the Old Testament is thrice quoted in the New Testament--here; Galatians 3:11 , Hebrews 10:38 --showing that the gospel way of "LIFE BY FAITH," so far from disturbing, only continued and developed the ancient method. . The duty of Christians; to be holy, hereunto are they called, called to be saints. Verses 16-17 In these verses the apostle opens the design of the whole epistle, in which he brings forward a charge of sinfulness against all flesh; declares the only method of deliverance from condemnation, by faith in the mercy of God, through Jesus Christ; and then builds upon it purity of heart, grateful obedience, and earnest desires to improve in all those Christian graces and tempers, which nothing but a lively faith in Christ can bring forth. Through him God gave me the privilege of being an apostle for the sake of Christ, in order to lead people of all nations to believe and obey. Romans 1:5 (GNTA) through whom we have received grace and apostleship to bring about the obedience of faith for the sake of his name among all the nations. 27. and receiving in themselves that recompense of their error which was meet--alluding to the many physical and moral ways in which, under the righteous government of God, vice was made self-avenging. 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