What stood out to you from Sunday’s message?
Read Romans 10.5-21
In Romans 9 Paul emphasized God’s complete sovereignty in election and salvation, but now in chapter 10 he focuses on our human responsibility. In order to be saved, a person must confess that Jesus is Lord and believe the resurrection. And in order to confess and believe a person must hear the gospel proclaimed. Therefore every Christian is sent and responsible to proclaim the gospel.
Many people think they are a Christian because they attend church, had Christian parents, or were raised in a Christian subculture, but according to this passage who is a Christian?
What does it mean to “confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord”?
What are the reasons why Christians often don’t proclaim the gospel to others?
Who are the “theys” (vv.14-15) in your life? Who is God calling you to share Jesus with?
What are the implications of “faith comes from hearing”?