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Preaching the message of Romans 12 to a group of all denominations in Bulgaria IHow can Romans 12 be used to change the church of Jesus Christ as we approach the new millennium IIWhat is Paul teaching in Romans 121-14 IIIWhat kind of characterattitude is Paul trying to develop in the original audience Romans 12 can be used in many different ways to help us today There are many Christians today who are up to their necks in activity and ministry but who unfortunately have little idea what its all about There are those Christians who are sincerely and rightly concerned with the poor but they have given little or no thought to some basic issues such as the biblical principles relative to cooperation and affiliation with apostolic denominations and organizations in meeting their needs As we approach Romans 12 we see that Paul avoids both these extremes He avoids the extreme of reflection without commitment by challenging every Christian to a life of service He avoids the danger of activity without reflection by instructing us that the Christian experience is the outgrowth of a transformed mind a thought-process molded not by the world but by the Word of God Chapters 1-3a inform us that a God-kind of righteousness is required for salvation Chapters 3b-5 instruct us that a God-kind of righteousness has been revealed in Jesus Christ Chapters 6-8 tell us that a God-kind of righteousness can be realized in the Christian life through the power of the Holy Spirit Gods righteousness is vindicated in chapters 9-11 and in chapters 12-14 the righteousness of God is to be practically reflected in the life of the Christian All too often we desire God to submit His plan for our life as a proposal to us and then we determine
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