The author of this study of Romans has served in the ministry for over sixty years. He served as pastor of churches in Mississippi and Alabama. He also served as Missionary Associate for the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention as professor and principle of the Barbados Theological Collage, Barbados, West Indies. This study comes out of over forty years of preaching and teaching from Paul's Book of Romans. Ponder These Questions In Your Heart. As a Christian, do you sometimes feel incomplete, insufficient, insignificant, unworthy and unable to live as you desire? At your best do you feel you are a failure and at your worse you are just no good? Do you feel that the things you do are never satisfying to you and are unworthy of God's approval? Do you sometimes feel the person you are as a husband, wife, mother, father, neighbor, Christian worker is never good enough? Your heart's cry is, "Oh, I wish I could be a better husband, wife, parent, Christian." Are you at times able to say, "I do know some victory, some joy, some peace, but my defeats and despairs are greater than I believe they ought to be? Have you tried and tried but you are always failing, ending up empty? You may at times feel like the fellow who said, "I am sick and tired of being sick and tired." If these express your feeling, then you know what Paul was feeling when he said, "Who can deliver me from this death" (Romans 7:25). If your answer to these question is Yes, this study is especially for you.