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Romans 10:5-17

Welcome to this Word Lesson, entitled “Salvation for All Who Believe,” based on Romans 10:5-17. This Lesson affirms that since ALL WHO BELIEVE IN JESUS would be the result of the fulfillment of JESUS’ Great Commission (Matt 28:18-20; Mark 16:15; Luke 24:46-48; John 20:21), then the Church was always due to be composed of both Jews and Gentiles hailing from every nation, race, language, gender, and class. For this reason, the New Testament Letters were not written to Churches designated by any aspect of their human composition because “in Christ there is neither Jew nor Gentile, bond nor free, male nor female, but ALL are one in Christ JESUS. (Gal 3:28)

Instead, New Testament Letters, including the Letters written to the Seven Churches in Asia Minor in the Book of the Revelation, were written to Churches designated only by their location, because the location of the Church indicated that the Great Commission was indeed being fulfilled, i.e., to take the Gospel into ALL the world and to make disciples of ALL nations. So, though most Bibles title this Letter as “Romans,” the Apostle Paul addresses the Letter “To ALL in Rome who are loved by God and called to be His holy people” (Rom 1:2)

The Church, therefore, was never meant to be an ethnically defined entity, but an inclusively defined organism in each location, because Salvation is Available to ALL Who Will Believe~!!!

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