So the heathen" ( 1 Corinthians 1:21 ) [THOLUCK]. Introduction. Romans 1:5 (NRS) 11, 12. The cause of that sinfulness is holding the truth in unrighteousness. Please enter your email address associated with your Salem All-Pass account, then click Continue. Please modify your queries and try again. Romans 1:5 (CEBA) . The way of a sinner's acceptance with God, or justification in his sight, merely by grace, through faith in the righteousness of Christ, without distinction of nations, is plainly stated. Through Christ, God gave me the special work of an apostle, which was to lead people of all nations to believe and obey. EXEGESIS: ROMANS 4:1-5. On the contrary, Paul can describe the entire goal of his ministry as bringing about the right kind of doing, the obedience of faith (Romans 1:5). in their imaginations--thoughts, notions, speculations, regarding God; compare Matthew 15:19 , Luke 2:35 , 1 Corinthians 3:20 , Greek. Romans 1:5 (SBLG) of Christ Jesus--that is, either called "by Him" ( John 5:25 ), or the called "belonging to Him"; "Christ's called ones." (8-15) The gospel way of justification by faith, for Jews and Gentiles. The truth was not to their taste. It would be difficult for anyone who does not design websites to appreciate how much effort and work must have gone in to produce it. And thus are the inner and the outer revelation of God the complement of each other, making up between them one universal and immovable conviction that God is. The grossness of pagan idolatry is only equalled by the revolting character and frightful extent of the immoralities which it fostered and consecrated ( Romans 1:24 Romans 1:26 Romans 1:27 ). Through him we have received God's grace and our appointment to be apostles. Romans 1:5 (ESV) I received God's grace because of what Jesus did so that I could bring glory to him. 1 Every person should obey the government in power. did change, &c.--The practices here referred to, though too abundantly attested by classic authors, cannot be further illustrated, without trenching on things which "ought not to be named among us as become the saints." By whom we have received grace and apostleship, for obedience to the faith among all nations, for his name: By whom we have received grace and apostleship, for obedience to the faith among all nations, for his name: through whom we have received grace and apostleship for the obedience of faith among all the Gentiles on behalf of his name. I received God's grace because of what Jesus did so that I could bring glory to him. ÷romans 5:1-5 NASB (UPDATED) TEXT: ROMANS 5:1-5 1 Therefore, having been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, 2 through whom also we have obtained our introduction by faith into this grace in which we … Romans 1:5 New International Version (NIV) 5 Through him we received grace and apostleship to call all the Gentiles to the obedience that comes from[ a] faith for his name’s sake. By whom we have received the grace and the apostleship, to cause the faith to be obeyed among all the Gentiles in his name. By His birth in the flesh, that Sonship, which was essential and uncreated, merely effloresced into palpable manifestation. Romans 1:5 (DBY) In a sense this is the point of our second lesson (Romans 4: 1-5, 13-17 or Romans 5: 1-11). 18. He made me an apostle to all those who aren't Jews. even his eternal power and Godhead--both that there is an Eternal Power, and that this is not a mere blind force, or pantheistic "spirit of nature," but the power of a living Godhead. Christianity, as Paul uniformly maintains, is a universal religion, to be preached to all, that it may be received by all. nom-pl-neu. Romans 1:18-32 . Those who resist will bring punishment on themselves. As the Gentiles did not like to keep God in their knowledge, they committed crimes wholly against reason and their own welfare. Browse Sermons on Romans 1:1-5. (3) Wilful resistance of light has a retributive tendency to blunt the moral perceptions and weaken the capacity to apprehend and approve of truth and goodness; and thus is the soul prepared to surrender itself, to an indefinite extent, to error and sin ( Romans 1:21 , &c.). known of God is manifest in them; for God hath showed it unto them--The sense of this pregnant statement the apostle proceeds to unfold in Romans 1:20 . (6) Moral corruption invariably follows religious debasement. (5) Christian fellowship, as indeed all real fellowship, is a mutual benefit; and as it is not possible for the most eminent saints and servants of Christ to impart any refreshment and profit to the meanest of their brethren without experiencing a rich return into their bosoms, so just in proportion to their humility and love will they feel their need of it and rejoice in it. So John 1:1 John 1:14 , "In the beginning WAS the Word . 7. beloved of God--(Compare Deuteronomy 33:12 , Colossians 3:12 ). Through him we have received God's grace and our appointment to be apostles. One is apt to wonder that if this be the meaning, it was not expressed more simply. Concerning his Son Jesus Christ our Lord--the grand burden of this "Gospel of God." Romans 1:5 (RSVA) 16. By whom we have received grace and apostleship, for obedience to the faith among all nations, for his name: Romans 1:5 (LEB) Romans 1:5 (ASV) a. Romans 1:5 (TMBA) to be the Son of God--Observe how studiously the language changes here. who is blessed for ever! for his name--that He might be glorified. And all those, and those only, are brought to obedience of the faith, who are effectually called of Jesus Christ. 27. and receiving in themselves that recompense of their error which was meet--alluding to the many physical and moral ways in which, under the righteous government of God, vice was made self-avenging. What catholic love, what all-absorbing spirituality, what impassioned devotion to the glory of Christ among men! Long before this chapter was penned, the Lesbians and others throughout refined Greece had been luxuriating in such debasements; and as for the Romans, TACITUS, speaking of the emperor Tiberius, tells us that new words had then to be coined to express the newly invented stimulants to jaded passion. Professing themselves--"boasting," or "pretending to be" wise, they became fools--"It is the invariable property of error in morals and religion, that men take credit to themselves for it and extol it as wisdom. Thus the Sonship of Christ is in no proper sense a born relationship to the Father, as some, otherwise sound divines, conceive of it. Romans 13. through whom we have received grace and apostleship to bring about the obedience of faith among all the Gentiles for His name's sake. This is here styled the "spirit," as an impalpable and immaterial nature ( John 4:24 ), and "the spirit of holiness," probably in absolute contrast with that "likeness, of sinful flesh" which He assumed. Romans 1:5 (NAS) Paul's letters were occasional documents, therefore, they have both doctrinal and application sections. By whom we have received the grace and the apostleship, to cause the faith to be obeyed among all the Gentiles in his name. by whom we have received grace and apostleship for obedience to the faith among all nations for His name. Romans 1:5 (NLT) Romans 16. 32. Who knowing--from the voice of conscience, Romans 2:14 Romans 2:15 the judgment of God--the stern law of divine procedure. is my witness, that without ceasing I make mention of you always in my prayers--so for the Ephesians ( Ephesians 1:15 Ephesians 1:15 ); so for the Philippians ( Philippians 1:3 Philippians 1:4 ); so for the Colossians ( Colossians 1:3 Colossians 1:4 ); so for the Thessalonians ( 1 Thessalonians 1:2 1 Thessalonians 1:3 ). Romans 5 is the fifth chapter of the Epistle to the Romans in the New Testament of the Christian Bible. 10. Verses 18-25 The apostle begins to show that all mankind need the salvation of the gospel, because none could obtain the favour of God, or escape his wrath by their own works. according to the flesh--that is, in His human nature (compare Romans 9:5 , John 1:14 ); implying, of course, that He had another nature, of which the apostle immediately proceeds to speak. and apostleship--for the publication of that "grace," and the organization of as many as receive it into churches of visible discipleship. with power--This may either be connected with "declared," and then the meaning will be "powerfully declared" [LUTHER, BEZA, BENGEL, FRITZSCHE, ALFORD, &c.]; or (as in our version, and as we think rightly) with "the Son of God," and then the sense is, "declared to be the Son of God" in possession of that "power" which belonged to Him as the only-begotten of the Father, no longer shrouded as in the days of His flesh, but "by His resurrection from the dead" gloriously displayed and henceforth to be for ever exerted in this nature of ours [Vulgate, CALVIN, HODGE, PHILIPPI, MEHRING, &c.]. (4) Pride of wisdom, as it is a convincing evidence of the want of it, so it makes the attainment of it impossible ( Romans 1:22 ; and compare Matthew 11:25 , 1 Corinthians 3:18-20 ). Which he had promised afore . The thesis of Paul's letter to the Romans may be summed up with the words "Christ supplemented is Christ supplanted", Hendriksen. So long as reason remains to them, there is still a small voice in the worst of men, protesting, in the name of the Power that implanted it, "that they which do such things are worthy of death" ( Romans 1:32 ). We are still talking about the details of God’s grace, but now we are entering into Part II, which is our new life that we have in Jesus Christ. By whom we have received grace and apostleship for obedience to the faith, in all nations, for his name: Romans 1:5 (RSV) The Christian profession does not consist in a notional knowledge or a bare assent, much less in perverse disputings, but in obedience. lasʹso, used twice in this verse and twice in the passage at 2Co 5:18, 19, has the basic meaning “to change; to exchange.”It came to mean “to change from hostility to a friendly relationship.” As used of man’s relationship with God, it means to bring back into harmony or to cause to be friendly again. General Search for 'Romans 1:5' within '' on StudyLight.org. Through him we received grace and apostleship to call all the Gentiles to the obedience that comes from faith for his name’s sake. by whom we have received grace and apostleship in behalf of his name, for obedience of faith among all the nations. so that they are without excuse--all their degeneracy being a voluntary departure from truth thus brightly revealed to the unsophisticated spirit. Romans 1:5 • Romans 1:5 NIV • Romans 1:5 NLT • Romans 1:5 ESV • Romans 1:5 NASB • Romans 1:5 KJV • Romans 1:5 Commentaries • Romans 1:5 Bible Apps • Romans 1:5 Biblia Paralela • Romans 1:5 Chinese Bible • Romans 1:5 French Bible • Romans 1:5 German Bible Interlinear Bible Bible Hub through whom we did receive grace and apostleship, for obedience of faith among all the nations, in behalf of his name; Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise), Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible, California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information. Article Images Copyright © 2021 Getty Images unless otherwise indicated. On the foregoing verses, Note (1) What manner of persons ought the ministers of Christ to be, according to the pattern here set up: absolutely subject and officially dedicated to the Lord Jesus; separated unto the gospel of God, which contemplates the subjugation of all nations to the faith of Christ: debtors to all classes, the refined and the rude, to bring the gospel to them all alike, all shame in the presence of the one, as well as pride before the other, sinking before the glory which they feel to be in their message; yearning over all faithful churches, not lording it over them, but rejoicing in their prosperity, and finding refreshment and strength in their fellowship! through whom we have received grace and apostleship for the obedience of faith among all the Gentiles on behalf of his name. 4. the. 14, 15. But a man cannot be brought to greater slavery than to be given up to his own lusts. The apostle places this terrible truth in the forefront of his argument on justification by faith, that upon the basis of universal condemnation he might rear the edifice of a free, world-wide salvation; nor can the Gospel be scripturally preached or embraced, save as the good news of salvation to those that are all equally "lost." . For therein is the righteousness of God revealed--that is (as the whole argument of the Epistle shows), GOD'S JUSTIFYING RIGHTEOUSNESS. Romans 1:5 (GNTA) In the face of these plain declarations of the descent of man's religious belief from loftier to ever lower and more debasing conceptions of the Supreme Being, there are expositors of this very Epistle (as REICHE and JOWETT), who, believing neither in any fall from primeval innocence, nor in the noble traces of that innocence which lingered even after the fall and were only by degrees obliterated by wilful violence to the dictates of conscience, maintain that man's religious history has been all along a struggle to rise, from the lowest forms of nature worship, suited to the childhood of our race, into that which is more rational and spiritual. gave them up--This divine abandonment of men is here strikingly traced in three successive stages, at each of which the same word is used ( Romans 1:24 Romans 1:26 ; and Romans 1:28 , where the word is rendered "gave over"). Romans 1:5 (MSG) (So these terms must be distinguished when used together, though, when standing alone, either of them includes the other). As he sat, he heard children playing a game and they called out to each other these words: “Take up and read! Romans 1:5 (CSB) It is the righteousness of Christ, who is God, coming from a satisfaction of infinite value. In Romans, Paul is not contrasting faith in general with works in general. The name of no man can be placed by the side of the Almighty. And these plainly show that men have dishonoured God by the most absurd idolatries and superstitions; and have degraded themselves by the vilest affections and most abominable deeds. For this cause God gave them for even their women--that sex whose priceless jewel and fairest ornament is modesty, and which, when that is once lost, not only becomes more shameless than the other sex, but lives henceforth only to drag the other sex down to its level. and to birds, and four-footed beasts, and to creeping things--referring now to the Egyptian and Oriental worship. We have received grace and apostleship through Him to bring about the obedience of faith among all the nations, on behalf of His name. 2 n One person believes he may eat anything, while the weak person eats only vegetables. 2 For if Abraham was justified by works, he has something to boast about, but not toward God. But all the paganisms of the East at this day attest its accuracy, from the more elaborate idolatry of India and the simpler and more stupid idolatry of China down to the childish rudiments of nature worship prevalent among the savage tribes. 28-31. gave them over--or "up" to do those things which are not convenient--in the old sense of that word, that is, "not becoming," "indecorous," "shameful.". That is, that I may be comforted together with you by the mutual faith both of you and me--"Not wishing to "lord it over their faith," but rather to be a "helper of their joy," the apostle corrects his former expressions: my desire is to instruct you and do you good, that is, for us to instruct and do one another good: in giving I shall also receive" [JOWETT]. Romans 1:5 (NCV) This is for the honor of his name. For no man can plead that he has fulfilled all his obligations to God and to his neighbour; nor can any truly say that he has fully acted up to the light afforded him. Through Christ, God gave me the special work of an apostle, which was to lead people of all nations to believe and obey. . By whom we have received grace and apostleship, for obedience to the faith among all nations, for his name: Romans 1:5 (KJVA) 12. Romans 1:5 By whom we have received grace and apostleship That is, either by the Holy Spirit, from whom all grace and gifts come, qualifying for the discharge of any office; or by the Lord Jesus Christ, who is full of grace and truth, has received gifts for, and gives them to men to fit them for whatsoever service he is pleased to call them to. . (16,17) The sins of the Gentiles set forth. is revealed from heaven--in the consciences of men, and attested by innumerable outward evidences of a moral government. But before enumerating their actual iniquities, he goes back to the origin of them all, their stifling the light which still remained to them. Verses 8-15 We must show love for our friends, not only by praying for them, but by praising God for them. This is for the honor of his name. This is for the honor of his name. as it is written--( Habakkuk 2:4 ). 13. def art. Romans 1:5 (WNT) by whom we have received grace and apostleship for obedience to the faith among all nations for His name. Paul wrote to address a local problem or crisis. IT WAS ACCOUNTED TO HIM AS RIGHTEOUSNESS. It is authored by Paul the Apostle , while he was in Corinth in the mid 50s CE,  with the help of an amanuensis (secretary), Tertius , who adds his own greeting in Romans 16:22 . Most interpreters (judging from the sense of such phrases elsewhere) take it to mean, "from one degree of faith to another." that is, an obedience consisting of faith as its vital power. But look at Romanism where it has unrestrained liberty to develop its true character, and see whether impurity does not there taint society to its core, pervading alike the highest and the lowest classes; and then look at Protestantism where it enjoys the same advantages, and see whether it be not marked by a comparatively high standard of social virtue. They foolishly followed idolatry; and rational creatures changed the worship of the glorious Creator, for that of brutes, reptiles, and senseless images. Thinking God had a message to him in the words of the children, he picked up a scroll laying nearby and began to re… Strong's Number G5228 matches the Greek ὑπέρ (hyper), which occurs 160 times in 144 verses in the Greek concordance of the KJV Page 1 / 3 (Mat 5:44–1Co 1:13) 3 For what does the Scripture say? Thus taught that his whole future was in the hands of God, he makes it his continual prayer that at length the obstacles to a happy and prosperous meeting might be removed. To test this, we must not look to Popery, surrounded with, and more or less influenced by, the presence and power of Protestantism; nor to Protestantism under every sort of disadvantage, internal and external. THIS WRATH OF GOD, REVEALED AGAINST ALL INIQUITY, OVERHANGS THE WHOLE HEATHEN WORLD. Verses 1-7 The doctrine of which the apostle Paul wrote, set forth the fulfilment of the promises by the prophets. 23. romans 1:5-6. Romans 1:5 Or that is Romans 1:13 The Greek word for brothers and sisters ( adelphoi ) refers here to believers, both men and women, as part of God’s family; also in 7:1, 4; 8:12, 29; 10:1; 11:25; 12:1; 15:14, 30; 16:14, 17. The necessity of faith in the name of Jesus, as the only Savior of the world. Romans 1:5 (RHE) For the invisible things of him from--or "since" the creation of the world are clearly seen--the mind brightly beholding what the eye cannot discern. Romans 1:18 . How early these were in full career, in the history of the world, the case of Sodom affectingly shows; and because of such abominations, centuries after that, the land of Canaan "spued out" its old inhabitants. Through him we have received God's kindness and the privilege of being apostles who bring people from every nation to the obedience that is associated with faith. In other words, who are the obedient ones? (With this striking apostolic statement agree the latest conclusions of the most profound speculative students of Theism). Of obedience, as the necessary consequence of genuine faith. (18-32). Through Christ, God has given us the privilege and authority as apostles to tell Gentiles everywhere what God has done for them, so that they will believe and obey him, bringing glory to his name. the glory of the uncorruptible God into--or "for" an image . 1 What then will we say that Abraham, our forefather, has found according to the flesh? The kingdoms of Israel and Judah furnish a striking illustration of the inseparable connection between religion and morals. Proud member in the holy scriptures--Though the Roman Church was Gentile by nation as it consisted mostly of proselytes to the Jewish faith to this Epistle), they are here reminded that in embracing Christ they had not cast off, but only the more profoundly yielded themselves to, Moses and the prophets ( Acts 13:32 Acts 13:33 ). 20. through whom we have received grace and apostleship to bring about the obedience of faith for the sake of his name among all the nations. Romans 1:5. διʼ οὗ , by whom ), by Jesus Christ our Lord.— ἐλάβομεν , we have received ), we, the other apostles and I.— χάριν καὶ ἀποστολὴν , grace and the apostolic mission ) These two things are quite distinct, but very closely connected. we have received grace--the whole "grace that bringeth salvation" ( Titus 2:11 ). But if the apostle had said "He was declared to be the Son of God according to the Holy Spirit," the reader would have thought he meant "the Holy Ghost"; and it seems to have been just to avoid this misapprehension that he used the rare expression, "the spirit of holiness.". Making request, if by any means now at length I may have a prosperous journey by the will of God, to come to you--Though long anxious to visit the capital, he met with a number of providential hindrances ( Romans 1:13 , Romans 15:22 ; and nearly a quarter of a century elapsed, after his conversion, ere his desire was accomplished, and that only as "a prisoner of Jesus Christ." It is necessary that we have a righteousness to appear in before him: there is such a righteousness brought in by the Messiah, and made known in the gospel; a gracious method of acceptance, notwithstanding the guilt of our sins. If redeemed by the blood, and converted by the grace of the Lord Jesus, we are altogether his; and for his sake we are debtors to all men, to do all the good we can. Through Him we have received grace and apostleship for obedience to the faith among all nations for His name. This language implies that it required some courage to bring to "the mistress of the world" what "to the Jews was a stumbling-block and to the Greeks foolishness" ( 1 Corinthians 1:23 ). by whom we have receaved grace and apostleshyppe to bringe all maner hethe people vnto obedience of the fayth that is in his name: By whom we have received grace and apostleship for obedience to the faith among all nations for his name: through whom we have received grace and Apostleship in His service in order to win men to obedience to the faith, among all Gentile peoples. We prefer, therefore, to understand it thus: "The righteousness of God is in the gospel message, revealed (to be) from (or 'by') faith to (or 'for') faith," that is, "in order to be by faith received." 5. Through him God gave me the privilege of being an apostle for the sake of Christ, in order to lead people of all nations to believe and obey. γαρ. Through him we have received God's kindness and the privilege of being apostles who bring people from every nation to the obedience that is associated with faith. against all ungodliness--that is, their whole irreligiousness, or their living without any conscious reference to God, and proper feelings towards Him. By whom--as the ordained channel. In the conclusion, holiness is further enforced by practical exhortations. through whom we received grace and apostleship, to obedience of faith among all the nations, for his name's sake. 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