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The Gospel is the Good News - Romans 1:16-17 - Bryant L. Bacon, Sr.

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Everywhere you look you see bad news. We listen to bad news on the television. We read about it in the morning news paper. We Google it on the internet! We pick the telephone up and on the other end is bad news.


I want you to know that in the midst of all the bad news there is some Good News.


The first Chapter of Romans is an introductory that sets the stage for the rest of the epistle. Romans chapter 1 is divided into four major parts.


  • The Greeting of the Saints, chapter one verses 1-7.
  • The Goal of the Sojourning, verses 8-15.
  • The Gospel of Salvation verses 16-17.
  • The Guile of Sinners, verses 18-32.


  • The sender of the letter is the Apostle Paul,
  • The audience of the letter is the Church in Rome,
  • The subject of the letter is the Gospel of God.


The main theme of the Book of Romans is centered on the subject of salvation of the sinner. Our heavenly Father is anxious to see men and women from all walks of life to receive Christ as their own personal savior.


After the initial greeting, Paul begins the exposition of the great Gospel message. These two verses introduce the Gospel theme of the epistle.


It is a clear declaration of God's power to save all who believe, no matter their nationality or condition. It is a clear explanation of why Paul was never ashamed of the gospel.

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