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Landmarks On The Roman Road

Romans 6:23

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In the past few months I have been privileged to do some traveling. We took the scenic route on a trip to Missouri for a funeral and then just a couple of weeks ago I went to Gulf Shores Alabama and to Pensacola Florida. When traveling, there are certain things that will catch your eye, sometimes they help you know where you are going and others help you know where you have been. In Kentucky I saw the National Corvette Museum (the place with the huge sinkhole underneath). While in St. Louis I saw Busch stadium and the famous Gateway Arch. On the way to Gulf Shores you know that you are getting close when you begin to see palm trees.

These identifiers are known as landmarks. A “landmark” is defined as - something prominent that identifies location. When we find ourselves lost and in unfamiliar territory we start looking for landmarks to tell us where we are and which direction we should go.

You may have heard of the “Roman Road”… These are specific verses that clearly explain the plan of salvation. As I began to study earlier this week I found some interesting “Landmarks” on this Road. I would like for us to take a walk down this road and observe these special places.

Some of you may be lost (in a spiritual sense) I have good news for you, if you follow these landmarks; you can find your way home! Join me as we consider the thought “Landmarks On The Roman Road” Our first stop is Romans 3:3 where we will find…

I. LANDMARK # 1: TRUTH - Romans 3:23 For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God;

This is a historical landmark. It can be traced all the way back to the fall of Man in the Garden of Eden. Also we read where King David spoke of this in - Psalms 51:5 Behold, I was shapen in iniquity; and in sin did my mother conceive me.

You will never be right with God based upon good works or morality. The phrase “come short of the glory of God” means that we literally miss the mark. The tense of this word suggests that this is an ongoing state of affairs. In other words, no matter how good we may get, we still miss the mark. We will still fall far short of the glory of God! Friend, You CANNOT get to God on your own merit! They key to this verse is the word “ALL” No one is exempt.


*Mean people, Evil people, Thieves, Rapist, Murderers... They have all sinned and fallen short of God’s glory.

Likewise: Good people, Kind people, Compassionate people, Charitable people, Religious people, Churchgoing people...All of these are not exempt either… “ALL HAVE SINNED AND COME SHORT OF THE GLORY OF GOD!”

The Bible tells us in - Proverbs 1:7 The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction.- Friend, will you grasp the truth that we find at our first destination on the Roman Road? Will you admit the fact that YOU ARE A SINNER? The rest of this journey will not be beneficial until you are willing to do just that!

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