Hello To All The Saints! by Jerry Vines

HELLO TO ALL THE SAINTS!
Romans 16:1-16
Jerry Vines
10/16/94
When you begin to read down through that 16th chapter of the
book of Romans, at first glance, it looks like one of those rather dull
and uninteresting chapters in the Bible where you have a long list of
names given to you. You will find several of these as you study through
your Bible. In the Old Testament there are a couple of books that will
absolutely beat you to death if you try to read all of those names. So,
at first glance when you look at Romans 16 you say, "o, my goodness,
here is a chapter that is filled with all of these names. What in the
world does this have to do with life in 1994? Why would we bother to
spend our time when we have the kind of problems we have today reading
and studying about a long lists of names of people who lived a long,
long time ago. I am not interested in names. I am not interested in
people who are listed like this."
Of course, a list of names is really according to your
perspective. I am told that there are a lot of people in Los Angeles
who were very interested in the names of prospective jurors that came
out for the O.J. Simpson case. It's according to where your interest
in. There are those who go to Washington and go to the Viet Nam
Memorial. There are thousands of names listed and they read intently
and carefully and then some stop and with tears they dwell upon a name
HELLO TO ALL T-t& SAINTS!
Romans 16:1-16
Jerry Vines
10/16/94
When you begin to read down through that 16th chapter of the
book of Romans, at first glance, it looks like one of those rather dull
and uninteresting chapters in the Bible where you have a long list of
names given to you. You will find several of these as you study through
your Bible. In the Old Testament there are a couple of books that will
absolutely beat you to death if you try to read all of those names. So,
at first glance when you look at Romans 16 you say, "o, my goodness,
here is a chapt ...


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