Romans [With CDROM] (Smyth & Helwys Bible Commentary)

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Yet too much information is much preferred over too little. �Steve Dig deeper into Scripture with giants of the faith! Torrey, Difficulties in the Bible (Westwood, New Jersey: Fleming H. Nahum speaks of the Lord who has his way in the whirlwind (the Sirocco) and the storm (Nah.1:3). In this passage there is an ambiguity of punctuation. Paul finishes off both the section and the chapter in verses 25-26, in which he states the admonition to both live and walk by the Spirit in harmony with our brothers and sisters in Christ, not being boastful, challenging or envious.

Pages: 360

Publisher: Smyth & Helwys Publishing (January 1, 2002)

ISBN: 1573120812

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