Saturday, June 22

Psalm: 83

Meditation

Romans: This section of Romans raises one of the most sophistical (fallacious, misleading or incorrect in logic or reasoning) questions in the whole bible. “Why not say…’Let us do evil that good may result?’” (v. 8) A bit of a conundrum: grace grows amid sin and yet no one will be declared righteous in God’s sight by observing the Law. So whether you break the Law or observe it scrupulously, you end up in the same place: condemned. As James tells us if one breaks one law he has broken all of them. (James 2:10) What to do? Keep reading.

Gospel: Matthew 19:1-12

New Testament: Romans 3:9-20

Old Testament: Numbers 3:3 – 14:25

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