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God’s plan for the redemption of man is presented throughout the Holy Scriptures. Romans Road to Salvation may be a collection of verses from the New Testament book of Romans that symbolize God’s plan of salvation. Because this collection is a collection of a mortal, not a political, biblical system, some collections may include more or fewer verses than others. At most, the Camino de los Romanos consists of four corridors.

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1. Deadly problems (Romans 310, Romans 323 and Romans 623)

The first part of Romans Road affirms every man’s status as a wrongdoer, and therefore God’s status as a saint.

The first half of Romans 623 explains the depth of this problem and its consequences after establishing that “all have sinned.”
“Because the wages of sin is death.” (Romans 623a)
However, the last half of the verse points to the impossibility of redeeming evildoers through Jesus.

2. The Immanence of Humanity in Christ (Romans 58)

The alternate part of the Romans Road further explains that we live in the love of God revealed through Christ.

3. The Sinner’s Response (Romans 109-10 and Romans 1013)
Once we understand our need for a savior and accept that Jesus is that savior, we will do the third part of the Roman Road and bring Crooked Jesus.

However, ‘Jesus is Lord,’ and believe in your heart that God has raised him from the dead, “if you declare with your mouth. For it is with your heart that you believe and are righteous and with your mouth you confess your faith and get rid of”. (Romans 109-10)
This reaction is possible for everyone. Romans 1013 reveals the power of God to save many.
“For, ‘Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved'” (Romans 1013).

4. Results of Salvation (Romans 51-2 and Romans 81)

A quarter of Road to Romans mentions two results (peace and protection) when an unjust person decides to confess and believe in Jesus as Lord in his heart. Romans 51-2 explains that through faith in Jesus, the unrighteous can enjoy peace with God, not separated from the holy God by sin.

Rejoice in the results of the redemption of Romans 81. Before believing in Christ, those who transgressed were condemned by sin and turned into death. But now with faith in Christ, “there is no union” (Romans 81) and believers have eternal life with God (Romans 623).

“So now there is no definition for those who are in Christ Jesus” (Romans 81).

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