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Let's open our Bibles tonight to the book of Romans, and what I'm endeavoring to do is to take you through Romans 4 and 5, we started really in chapter 3, but looking at the doctrine of salvation in this great section of Paul's writing. I know that many of us are familiar with this. I'm very familiar with it. I know that for many of you it is rehearsed again and again and again. Even on a Sunday night like this, you heard the doctrine of salvation explained to you in one way or another four times already by the testimonies of those who were baptized. When you go to a Bible study or when you go to a class or an FOF group, you will hear a true explanation of the gospel. We're committed to that so that not only can people hear the true explanation of the gospel and be saved, but those of us who are responsible to proclaim the gospel can know how to present it accurately.

In chapter 4 of Romans, we are finding Abraham to be the model of salvation by faith by grace. It may surprise some people, it would surprise Jewish people that Abraham is the model of salvation, salvation proclaimed by Christians in the New Testament, but it is nonetheless true....

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