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Ola Olutayo
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PostSubject: Discussing Romans 4:7-12   Tue Nov 25, 2014 3:02 am

Good morning!

I have this Christian magazine team (check @ www.tolubori.com) that I'm working for and there is a segment for Interviews which I manage. Now, I have been pressed on finding out how readers will respond to this particular question that the Apostle Paul argued confidently.

In Romans 4:7-12 (you definitely have to open the Scriptures here!), Paul argued about what must work first in us, so that it is useful through us to work in others also. I have found a way to summarize for you what this beautiful argument pictures:

“THE PAIN WE’VE GONE THROUGH MAY BE THE PAIN WE HEAL”.

Not only have I found this to be true in my life, but I have seen this in people’s lives too. I am just convinced that you have an experience to share too. That is why I want your response in my Interviews segment and who knows who will be uplifted by what struck you down?

You can just post it here. I will take it from there. Thank you and can’t wait to hear from you all!
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