Romans Teaches That Even Though All Have Sinned, All of Us Can Still Be Justified Through Christ

Hands pointing toward the center of the image, with the word "Guilty" in the middle.

One of the most famous verses in the Bible is Romans 3:23. As many of us know, it teaches that we have all sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. As we go through the book of Romans together, I felt that it was necessary for us to study this humbling truth, and the justification that is available through Christ.

How the First Chapter of Mark Presents Jesus as a Prophet, Healer, Son of God, and More

A sculpture of Jesus. His right hand is raised and He is looking ahead. He looks like He is in control. He is wearing a tunic. An arch with columns can be seen behind Him.

It is important to remember all the different aspects of Jesus. Not just the ones with which we are comfortable. If we recognize some aspects of Him, but deny others, then we run the risk of admiring a false Jesus. We need to guard ourselves against that possibility. Please join me as we study through this great chapter and see the many impressive claims it makes about Jesus Christ.