Full text of Bible teacher Derek Prince’s teaching on the Book of Romans (2:10 – 3:20) (Part 3) titled ‘The Righteous Judgement of God’.
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Derek Prince – Bible teacher
In this session, we’re going to continue with Romans, chapter 2. We had dealt with the principles of God’s judgment, and we’d seen how they are applied. We’d also had to acknowledge that there are some things about God’s judgment that He doesn’t make known to us. His judgments are unsearchable.
I suppose that those of us who have experienced the mercy of God in our own lives know that God will always exercise mercy wherever He can do so. So we have to trust Him.
Now, we’re going to look at the question of Conscience, which is a rather difficult one to deal with. I want to make it clear that some of what Paul says is not altogether easy to understand, or to interpret. And whoever said it would be easy.
All right, turning to chapter 2, we’ll read verses 13 through 15, and then verses 26 and 27, which together give us a picture of how God deals with people who don’t have a revelation of Him in the Word either in the Law or in subsequent portions of Scripture.
So verses 13 through 15: ‘for not the hearers of the Law are just before God, but the doers of the Law will be justified.’
I want to point out to you there: whatever version you’re using, that where it says ‘the law’ twice, in that verse, the word ‘the’ is put in by the translators, and that is frequently so in the rest of this epistle.