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I’ve been leading and teaching Bible Study for several years and this podcast is a dream come true. I’ve long desired to have a platform to post teaching that is accessible and convenient when you miss a week or need to go back and listen again. And that’s just what this podcast is: it’s a companion to the Feasting on Truth Bible Study. Each week, I will post teachings to go along with your personal and small group study. But I’ll probably have some other fun additions along the way such as interviews, training, and other encouragement. Click below to subscribe on your favorite listening platform and, as soon as a new episode is released, it will be there waiting for you in your feed.

S9 Episode 15: By His Grace For His Glory – Romans 13 Feasting on Truth

The book of Romans is foundational yet deep. It is simple yet complex. It is an incredibly influential book that has been changing lives for centuries. Romans is the gospel truth that we need every day, and we will never reach an end to the treasures that await us in this powerful letter. Everything we have and all that we are is by His grace for His glory. In this podcast, Erin Warren teaches through Romans 13. In this chapter, Paul continues with practical advice in light of the gospel of Jesus. He emphasizes honor to the government and reiterates again that we should love our neighbor as ourself – both with the aim of bringing glory to God. He reminds us again: do not satisfy the flesh, but instead put on Jesus. We can do this because the night is far gone; we are children of the light! This podcast is a companion teaching to the Feasting on Truth Bible study. You can find more information, including a link to purchase the study book, at FeastingOnTruth.com/biblestudy. Links Mentioned in this Episode: Go to FeastingOnTruth.com/Books for more information on Erin’s new book, Feasting on Truth: Savor the Life-giving Word of God. CROSS REFERENCES Leviticus 19:9-18 1 Thessalonians 5:4-8 Ephesians 6:10-18 Judges 6:34 2 Chronicles 24:20 QUOTES HCSB Study Bible Unwarranted rebellion against government is de facto rebellion against God. HSBC the Study Bible for Women To resist authority of those ruling legitimately is to rebel against God's command. Ellicott's Commentary Deafness and blindness may prevent the sufferers from detecting the offender, and bringing him to justice before an earthly tribunal, but God on high hears it when the human ear is stopped up, and sees it when the human eye is extinct. Hence the prohibition against injustice to the infirm and the poor is enforced by an appeal to fear the Lord.
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  3. S9 Episode 13: By His Grace For His Glory – Romans 11
  4. S9 Episode 12: By His Grace For His Glory – Romans 10
  5. S9 Episode 11: By His Grace For His Glory – Romans 9
  6. S9 Episode 10: By His Grace For His Glory – Romans 1-8 Review
  7. Book Launch: Feasting on Truth: Savor the Life-giving Word of God
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  9. Advent: The Character of the One Who Came – Episode 4
  10. Advent: The Character of the One Who Came – Episode 3
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