In Romans 1:1-7, Paul greets the Rome Christians, who are called God’s holy people. Paul described himself as an elected apostle. He wrote of himself as one chosen for the gospel of God. He thought that God chose him to fulfill his predestined assignment before he was born.
God has a plan for every person; no human life is aimless. God sent Paul to earth to perform a particular mission. He was chosen to be an apostle to the Gentiles. Paul understood that he was not selected for special merit but a special duty. He knew that God had chosen him not for glory but for hard work.
In addition to introducing himself, Paul outlined the important points of his religious beliefs and faith. In particular, it was evangelism dominated by two dogmas: incarnation and incarnation. Paul preached about Jesus, who was not a legendary hero in a fictional story.
He preached about the person who was truly and sincerely united with the people He came to save. If Jesus lived a gorgeous life and died a heroic death, and if that were the end of it for Him, He could be counted among the great and heroic characters. However, while all others passed away and left a memory of themselves, Jesus continues to live next to people in their souls.