In Romans 2:28-29 St. Paul says; “…A true Jew is one whose heart is right with God…” Some of Paul’s Jewish readers thought their heritage alone could save them. He pointed out that only those who have had a change of heart can be saved. It is good to have grown up in a Christian family or to have been part of a church for a long time. But, salvation comes only to those whose hearts have been washed by and surrendered to God’s grace. I am so thankful for His amazing grace that transforms our lives.
This Sunday we will finish our study on Romans chapter 2:17-29.
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