Romans Road

The Romans Road is an old road; construction on it was begun about six thousand years ago. Approximately two thousand years ago it was completed. Yes, the Romans Road is an old road, and it’s a famous one, too. Since construction on this road began, people from all walks of life have been traveling it. No, not everyone has traveled the whole length of it. Some of those who began the trip died on the way (accidents, war, suicide, illnesses, etc.), others were enticed to use another road, and still others didn’t care about the trip. However, there have been a few who went all the way, and were ever so glad they did. Perhaps you haven’t realized it, but you are on the Romans Road this very moment. You say that you have never heard of this famous road! Well, then, please allow me to lead you down it.

The Romans Road may be found in the book of Romans, which is the sixth book of the New Testament in God’s Holy Word, the Bible. At the beginning of the Romans Road, chapter three, verse ten we read that, “As it is written, there is none righteous, no, not one: There is none that understandeth, there is none that seeketh after God.” This is the natural state of man: lost and not seeking after God.

Further down the road we find the reason for this. . . .


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