A Study Through Romans

Session 1: Romans 1:1-7

February 16, 2022 • Bill Schott • Romans 1:1–7

As our verse-by-verse, or expository, study begins, Pastor Bill kicks off this study series by reminding us how he feels this book is the most transformational book in the Bible. Join us in this series and discover why!

Session 2: Romans 1:6-2:29

February 23, 2022 • Bill Schott • Romans 1:6—2:29

This study concludes our study in chapter one and as we move into chapter two, we find ourselves presented with passages which can be quite difficult and equally offensive. Why? So we can learn and see the heart of God within them all and His desire for no one to perish. Other books in this study include: Luke 10: 25-37; Acts 17:26,27; Luke 12:1-12; Jeremiah 7:1-7; Ezekiel 36:17-20; Deuteronomy 10:16

Session 3: Romans 3

March 2, 2022 • Bill Schott • Romans 3

After bringing up the blackness of the bible, that is, the sin, Paul introduces Christ which allows us to see the brilliance and how He dealt with the blackness. Other books in this study include: Matthew 21:28-32; Isaiah 50:4-6; Psalm 51: 4; I Corinthians 2:6-12; Psalm 14:2; James 3:1-12; Luke 12:1-7

Session 4: Romans 4

March 11, 2022 • Bill Schott • Romans 4

Session 5: Romans 5:1-14

March 16, 2022 • Bill Schott • Romans 5

As you listen to this study you will learn how Paul now turned to a presentation of the experiential results of the believers’ justification - God declaring them righteous on the basis of faith. And how faith in Christ does something in us to make us righteous, and how God can look upon us and see us as righteous.

Session 6: Romans 5:12-21; Romans 6

March 23, 2022 • Bill Schott • Romans 6

As we finalize our study in chapter five, Pastor Bill discusses the different views of what Adam was for us and deepens our understanding of imputation. In chapter six Paul speaks of the influence sin has on us and how we die to that influence.

Session 7: Romans 7

April 6, 2022 • Bill Schott • Romans 7

In Chapter Seven, Paul tells us that we must not only die to sin, we are to die to the law as well. Listen to this study and discover how Paul reminds us that there is a good purpose to the law, however, we must die to it.

Session 8: Romans 8: 1-25

April 13, 2022 • Bill Schott • Romans 8

The points Paul speaks of in chapters one through seven sets the stage for point he wants to make in chapter eight. He wants to do good, yet he acknowledges the wretched man he is as he finds his flesh doing battle with his spirit.

Session 9: Romans 8:26-29

April 21, 2022 • Bill Schott • Romans 8:26–29

It's time to dive into rich and deep waters in this study as Pastor Bill covers three verses in this chapter discussing predestination.

Session 10: Romans 8:31-39 & Chapter 9

April 27, 2022 • Bill Schott • Romans 8, Romans 9

This section of Scripture has the sparkle. After Paul speaks about everything working for our good, everything in our lives work for our good as we move from foreknown to glorified. Check out this study and learn how He does it!

Session 11 : Romans 10

May 4, 2022 • Bill Schott • Romans 10

In our last study we saw how the people of Israel were not considered the people of God as it shifted to the Gentiles. However, this does not mean God was done with the Jewish people. In this study we learn how in the new covenant, the Jewish people become saved.

Session 12: Romans 11

May 11, 2022 • Bill Schott • Romans 11

Romans 10 ends with a switch in the economy from Jew to Gentile. In Chapter 11, Paul tells us to guard our thinking so that we don't think something went wrong with the Word of God, and how all through Scripture He tells us how things would unfold. Listen in on this study and learn God's future plans for a contrary and disobedient people.

Session 13: Romans 12

May 18, 2022 • Bill Schott • Romans 12

Since we learned all the good news from our previous studies, it's time to get more practical and learn how it should be impacting our daily lives. Do you know what your plumb line needs to be once you’re changed by Christ? Listen to this teaching and find out.

Session 14: Romans 13

May 25, 2022 • Bill Schott • Romans 13

Previously, we learned how Paul calls us to walk out our salvation so we can be witnesses to the world and over come evil with good. In Chapter 14 we learn how we are to do this on a grander, national level.

Session 15: Romans 14

June 1, 2022 • Bill Schott • Romans 14

The early church was made up of many nationalities and walks of life. Paul saw how some were stronger in their faith and addresses them on how to deal with those who have a weaker faith.