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"Brief Comments on Romans 7." | E. J. Waggoner

The seventh chapter of Romans may be said to be Rom. 6:14 expanded. It is a masterly argument for the holiness and perpetuity of the law, and is all the stronger because the nature or the perpetuity of the law is not the subject under discussion. The apostle showing, in the sixth and seventh chapters, what true Christian life is, and how one is brought to be a Christian.

Senior Quarterly 1900-1901: "Studies in Galatians" by Waggoner

In 1900, a systematic weekly study, covering the great book of Galatians, was published as Quarterly Lessons. These lessons were divided up into three quaters--the first lesson beginning in the 3rd Quarter on July 7, 1900 and the last lesson in the 1st Quarter of 1901 with the final review of Galatians on March 2, 1901. There are a total of 35 lessons.

The Book of Galatians is a timeless and pivotal protion of Scripture that details the Gospel and lays bare the condition of the church - in every age, and always in the present. It is part of the Third Angels Message.