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Romans Chapter 14 OUTLINE IThe Christian and his weaker brethren 141-23 AIntroduction Him that is weak in the faith 141 1Our attitude is to receive him v1 2We are to not pass judgment on disputable matters v1 B The concrete examples cited 42-5 1Food as an example of a nonmoral issue disputable matter v2 2Observance of the Sabbath an example of a nonmoral issue disputable matter v5 BThe divine principles laid down146-12 1Unto the Lord the same aim v6 2whether we live we live to the Lord whether we die we die to the Lord the same Lord v 8 3We shall all stand before the judgment seat of Christ the same judgment v12 D Practical exhortations given 1413-23 1Therefore let us stop passing judgment on one another v13 2Do not distress your brother by what you eat v15 3Do what leads to peace and to mutual edification v 19 4Dont cause your brother in Christ to fall by what you do v 21 APPLICATION 1The weak in the faith are Christians who have not fully comprehended the positional truths Paul has outlined in the first 13 books of the Book of Romans They are very sin sensitive These are not morally weak brethren but weak in the faith in the sense that they have not fully grasped the freedom they have in Christ and the total freedom from Law 2A disputable matter is the non-essentials of Christianity or the non-salvationdoctrinal issues They have to do with lifestyles and cultural issues of day-to-day living of living out the Christian life 3The proper exercise of liberty is done by the mature Christian who is aware of
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