Romans chapter 1

Ro 1:1-8. Paul commends his calling to the Romans;
Ro 1:9-15. and his desire to come to them.
Ro 1:16-17. What his gospel is.
Ro 1:18-20. God is angry with sin.
Ro 1:21-32. What were the sins of the gentiles.

Romans chapter 2

Ro 2:1-5. No excuse for sin.
Ro 2:6-13. No escape from judgment.
Ro 2:14-16. Gentiles cannot;
Ro 2:17-29. nor Jews.

Romans chapter 3

Ro 3:1-2. The Jews’ prerogative;
Ro 3:3-8. which they have not lost;
Ro 3:9-19. howbeit the law convinces them also of sin;
Ro 3:20-27. therefore no flesh is justified by the law;
Ro 3:28-30. but all, without difference, by faith, only;
Ro 3:31. and yet the law is not abolished.

Romans chapter 4

Ro 4:1-9. Abraham’s faith was imputed to him for righteousness;
Ro 4:10-12. before he was circumcised.
Ro 4:13-15. By faith only he and his seed received the promise.
Ro 4:16-23. Abraham is the father of all that believe.
Ro 4:24-25. Our faith also shall be imputed to us for righteousness.

Romans chapter 5

Ro 5:1. Being justified by faith, we have peace with God;
Ro 5:2-7. and joy in our hope;
Ro 5:8-9. that since we were reconciled by his blood, when we were enemies;
Ro 5:10-11. we shall much more be saved, being reconciled.
Ro 5:12-16. As sin and death came by Adam;
Ro 5:17-19. so much more righteousness and life by Jesus Christ.
Ro 5:20-21. Where sin abounded, grace did superabound.

Romans chapter 6

Ro 6:1. We may not live in sin;
Ro 6:2. for we are dead unto it;
Ro 6:3-11. as appears by our baptism.
Ro 6:12-17. Let not sin reign any more;
Ro 6:18-22. because we have yielded ourselves to the service of righteousness;
Ro 6:23. and for that death is the wages of sin.

Romans chapter 7

Ro 7:1-3. No law hath power over a man longer than he lives.
Ro 7:4-6. But we are dead to the law.
Ro 7:7-11. Yet is not the law sin;
Ro 7:12-15. but holy, just and good;
Ro 7:16-25. as I acknowledge, who am grieved because I cannot keep it.

Romans chapter 8

Ro 8:1-4. They that are in Christ, are free from condemnation.
Ro 8:5-12. What harm comes of the flesh;
Ro 8:13-18. and what good of the Spirit.
Ro 8:19-28. The glorious deliverance all things long for,
Ro 8:29-37. was beforehand decreed from God.
Ro 8:38-39. Nothing can sever us from his love.

Romans chapter 9

Ro 9:1-6. Paul is sorry for the Jews.
Ro 9:7-17. All of Abraham not of the promise.
Ro 9:18-24. God’s sovereignty.
Ro 9:25-31. The calling of the Gentiles and rejecting of the Jews, foretold.
Ro 9:32-33. The cause of the Jews’ stumbling.

Romans chapter 10

Ro 10:1-10. The Scripture shows the difference between the righteousness of the law, and that of faith;
Ro 10:11-17. and that all, both Jew and Gentile, that believe, shall not be confounded;
Ro 10:18. and that the Gentiles shall receive the word and believe.
Ro 10:19-21. Israel was not ignorant of these things.

Romans chapter 11

Ro 11:1-6. God has not cast off all Israel.
Ro 11:7-15. Some were elected, though the rest were hardened.
Ro 11:16-17. There is hope of their conversion.
Ro 11:18-25. The Gentiles may not exult over them;
Ro 11:26-32. for there is a promise of their salvation.
Ro 11:33-36. God’s judgments are unsearchable.

Romans chapter 12

Ro 12:1-2. God’s mercies must move us to please God.
Ro 12:3-5. No man must think too well of himself;
Ro 12:6-8. but everyone attend on that calling wherein he is placed.
Ro 12:9-18. Love, and many other duties are required of us.
Ro 12:19-21. Revenge is especially forbidden.

Romans chapter 13

Ro 13:1-7. Subjection, and many other duties, we owe to the magistrates.
Ro 13:8-10. Love is the fulfilling of the law.
Ro 13:11-14. Gluttony and drunkenness, and the works of darkness, are out of season in the time of the Gospel.

Romans chapter 14

Ro 14:1-12. Men may not contemn nor condemn one another for things indifferent;
Ro 14:13-14. but take heed that they give no offence in them;
Ro 14:15-23. which the apostle proves unlawful by many reasons.

Romans chapter 15

Ro 15:1. The strong must bear with the weak.
Ro 15:2. We must not please ourselves;
Ro 15:3-6. for Christ did not so;
Ro 15:7. but receive one another, as Christ did us all;
Ro 15:8-14. both Jews and Gentiles;
Ro 15:15-27. Paul excuses his writing;
Ro 15:28-29. and promises to see them;
Ro 15:30-33. and requests their prayers.

Romans chapter 16

Ro 16:1-16. Paul wills the brethren to greet many;
Ro 16:17-20. and advises them to take heed of those which cause dissension and offences;
Ro 16:21-27. and after sundry salutations ends with praise and thanks to God.