When I first began to follow Christ, I loved reading the Gospels. I wasn’t nearly as enthusiastic about the epistles. Despite this, I decided to spend several months reading nothing but the book of Romans. My opinion changed. So did my life. This month we study Paul’s letter to the believers in Rome. As you study this book, you will discover:
It is my prayer that God will use this book to transform your life as much as it has changed mine.
Your devotional writer,
Dr. John Koessler, who retired as professor emeritus from Moody Bible Institute, formerly served in the division of applied theology and church ministry. John and his wife Jane enjoy living in a lakeside town in Michigan. A prolific writer, John’s books include Dangerous Virtues: How to Follow Jesus When Evil Masquerades as Good (Moody Publishers), The Radical Pursuit of Rest (InterVarsity), The Surprising Grace of Disappointment (Moody), and True Discipleship (Moody). John is a contributing editor and columnist for Today in the Word.