The Wrath of God is Revealed [Romans 1:18-23]

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Monty Simao 2014Sermon Notes

Date: 02/19/2023

Preacher: Monty Simao, pastor

Series: Romans

Key Text: Romans 1:18-23


SBC Host: Have you every questioned what happens to the poor native who never hears the gospel, never meets a Christian, or never reads the Bible?

Avg Guy: Yes! I’ve had that question for a long time. Will God judge that person??

SBC Host: You’re not alone in wondering this… Especially when we consider that there are many others who have repeatedly heard the gospel, been given the opportunity to repent, and yet continue to reject Christ.

SBC logo 204x204Today on Scandia Bible Church Podcast, Pastor Monty Simao continues with our study in the book of Romans and shows us that the Bible provides the answer to our quandary… quite clearly.

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The following are questions to help you think about the sermon, as well as offer a set of discussion questions for family worship, or gathering together in other settings. My prayer is that these questions will allow you to dwell longer, and meditate more, upon God’s holy Word and will be fodder for sanctifying conversations. — M.S.

  1. We often say that Jesus saves, but what does Jesus save us from?
  2. What do you think will happen to the person who lives in a place without Christians or Bibles and who has never heard the gospel after they die?
  3. Do you think God is just as right to condemn a person who has never heard the gospel as one who has heard the gospel repeatedly? What are your reasons?
  4. How is the righteousness of God revealed and conversely, how is the wrath of God revealed?
  5. What do you think it means to suppress the truth in unrighteousness?
  6. What does it mean that God made His invisible attributes visible? What are some examples?
  7. Are those who are unsaved lack knowledge?
  8. Why do men suppress the truth when there is such an overwhelming preponderance of evidence that aligns with the existence of God and the truth of Scripture?
  9. Do we need to convince unbelievers that God exists before proclaiming the law and gospel to them? Why or why not?
  10. Is it better to reason with an unbeliever without the Scriptures since they may not believe that the Bible is God’s Word? Give your reasons.

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