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eBook Romans: An Exposition of Chapters 2 : 1-3 : 20 : the Righteous Judgement of God (Romans Series) download ISBN: 0851515452
Author: Martyn Lloyd-Jones
Publisher: Banner of Truth (January 1, 1989)
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Lloyd-Jones follows Paul's massive indictment against sin; yet he never loses sight of the function that chapter 2 is meant to serve in the context of the whole letter. By: D. Here he unfolds Paul's analysis of the spiritual sickness of the human heart, its deceitfulness and rebellion against God, and its sinister use of religion as a defense mechanism against true conviction of sin. Like Martin Luther, he recognizes that the apostle's plucking up, pulling down and destroying of self-righteousness is intended to clear the way for planting Christ and salvation in our hearts.

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Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Romans - An Exposition of Chapter 1: The Gospel of Go. I stand with many others who consider Lloyd-Jones the finest expositor of the 20th century. May God raise a new generation of pastors and leaders who follow the lead of this zealous Welshman.

Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Romans - An Exposition of Chapter 1: The Gospel of God. Carlisle: Banner of Truth, 1985. This year, I set out to read all fourteen volumes of the Lloyd-Jones series on Romans. The first volume, Romans - An Exposition of Chapter 1: The Gospel of God is a theological feast for the soul. 6 people found this helpful.

Here he unfolds Paul's analysis of the spiritual sickness of the human heart, its deceitfulness and rebellion against God, and its sinister use of religion as a defence-mechanism against true conviction of sin.

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Only 19 left in stock (more on the way). Welsh teacher and evangelist Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones expounds the text (although he uses the King James Bible, he is in fact basing his remarks on the Greek original) not only verse-by-verse, but word-by-word, extracting all the deep theological meaning and also all the wonderfully edifying spiritual truth from these difficult, but most rewarding verses.

Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899-1981), minister of Westminster Chapel in London for 30 years, was one of the foremost preachers of his day. His many books have brought profound spiritual encouragement to millions around the world. Lloyd-Jones, D. Romans 3:20-4:25: Atonement & Justification (Lloyd-Jones). Romans 10: Saving Faith (Lloyd-Jones). Romans 9: God's Sovereign Purpose (Lloyd-Jones).

Diagnosis was a life-long interest of D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones. Nowhere is this more evident than in his treatment of Romans chapter two. Here he unfolds Paul's analysis of the spiritual sickness of the human heart, its deceitfulness and rebellion against God, and its sinister use of religion as a defence-mechanism against true conviction of sin.
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Bu
When I write of this volume by Martyn Lloyd-Jones, be reminded it is about all 14 volumes he has in print on the book of Romans...yes, 14 beautiful volumes and not a word wasted...he never wasted a word in the pulpit and surely not when putting them in print. I read them all and some twice with frequent visits back for research.
There is few that write so clearly and keep one glued to his writing as ML-J does, taking Romans 9 for example and making it so clear that anyone can grasp these great truths in this magnificent book by the apostle Paul.
Go to the volume on Romans chapter 10 (pg.258-263) and read carefully and see the clearest and most profound but sensible explaining of what happens when infants, the heathen who never hear the gospel, the insane and such die. I am absolutely puzzled somewhat (except for the fact that sin remains in the best and brightest)
that Spurgeon, Charles Hodge, modern day preachers like John MacArthur and I think R C Sproul, Alistair Begg and most every evangelical I ever heard claim that all mentioned above are "automatically saved"...though the apostle clearly states we are ALL condemned in Adam from the womb unless God intervenes (and He may...He may) but we cannot declare all these belong to Gods kingdom for sure.) We do not know.
If you do nothing else with this great man of Gods preaching and teaching, go on Amazon and get a copy of Romans 5, 9 & 10. Then go to anything written that this man left us. With technology now any can go to ...mljtrust.org...and hear and download freely 1200 of his messages, even these 14 volumes I believe. Do it. You will not be wasting a second of your time.
Sirara
I really have enjoyed the depth of thought and the exposition of the book of Romans. His illustrations and word pictures are excellent.
Rko
Well done
Peles
A truly fabulous work! If only the average minister today preached like Lloyd-Jones. I haven't read anything on Romans that brought this epistle alive as this work did for me.
Jesmi
anything this man writes is well worth reading
the book is excellent and so is the balance of romans
Qus
This book contains sixteen expository sermons preached by Welsh evangelical Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones during Bible study evenings at London's influential Westminster Chapel in 1956/1957. Lloyd-Jones, who died in 1981, preached continuously on Romans for an incredible fourteen years, after which he began with the massive project of preparing his sermons for print. When, finally, the first volume appeared, it contained sermons on Romans 3:20 to the end of chapter 4; the series was continued until chapter 8, and only after Lloyd-Jones' decease did the publishers decide to print everything he had preached on Romans. Thus, this comparatively slim volume on Romans 2:1 to 3:19 (a mere 228 pages!) did not appear until 1989.

In these sermons Lloyd-Jones does what he always did best: He proceeds through his text verse by verse, explaining the context, examining important words and phrases and drawing out lessons for today. The Pauline passage in question is part of a kind of prolegomena to the Gospel. Paul had already, in the second half of his first chapter, proved that the Gentile world was steeped in sin and under the wrath of God. In his mind, he hears Jewish readers cheering him on, so he turns to them and proves that they also are sinners and subject to the judgement of God. In doing so, Paul not only quotes Old Testament Scripture, but also makes some points that he will come back to later, for example, that it is a person's life that matters and not his religious affiliation or his outward respect for religious rites such as circumcision. In this context, Paul makes his famous statement about what it means to be a Jew inwardly, and it is obvious at this point that he is mentally classing Christians from a heathen background as "true Jews".

Lloyd-Jones unravels this rather difficult material in a way that enhances faith and understanding. But he does not spend too long on individual points, thus making it easier to come to grips with what he (and Paul) are saying. I can recommend this volume to anyone who really wants to understand the message of Romans 2 and 3, with the proviso that a reader should probably read the volume on chapter 1 first. Anyone looking for a shorter, more modern, but theologically equally convincing book on Romans should look at John R. W. Stott's "The Message of Romans" (InterVarsity).
Felolv
This is a tremendous book as almost everything by Dr. Lloyd-Jones is. This book shows the total depravity of all humanity, both Jew and Gentile, religious and flagrant sinner. I really feel one of the greatest gifts of Lloyd-Jones is how he uses the law to convict men of their sin. Also, he emphasizes how we need to abhor ourselves for our vileness before a holy God, and until we get to that point salvation is meaningless. This whole series is a must have, and one that you will return to time and time again. Highly recommended.