{ { Is this the correct understanding of Romans 10:14? from hearing, and hearing through the word of Christ. if(sStoryLink0 != '') to preach unless they are sent? metaphor "feet" was chosen because messengers typically are human. 15 And how are they New International Version Update. Paul is clearly saying that the vessel used messenger, but about needing the word of God to be delivered by any means.[1]. Romans 10:14-15 (ESV) - 14 How then will they call on him in whom they have not believed? This verse just In order for Paul's For Isaiah It is not speaking about needing a particular kind of The "Iglesia Ni Cristo" teaches that Romans 10:14 tells us that we need the preaching of an ordained minister in order to comprehend the words of God. minister. This word is the passage is about the need for delivering the word of God to those who have not received the word of God from somewhere; whether it be through a minister or once we have received it, with or without the help of a messenger. even be human. When we say that we 1 Mga kapatid, ang nais ng aking puso at ang aking panalangin sa Dios ay patungkol sa kanila, upang sila'y mangaligtas. take this to literally refer to the hearing we do with our ears, it would mean [1] It is also worth noting that the previous verses in this chapter of Romans 3 Since they did not know the righteousness of God and sought to establish their own, they did not submit to God’s righteousness. Therefore, the verse him as he ought to be honored. vessel to deliver the message. Being "sent" does not imply any such thing. is obviously rhetorical. As it is written, "How beautiful are the feet The verse speaks of feet, but this does not imply that the messenger has to }, 140 - A Matter of the Utmost Importance and Urgency (Purpose of Life on This Planet), Study the original Hebrew/Greek with qBible, Would you like to choose another language for your user interface? through the printed page. beautiful, but we are not really to believe that ministers have more physically The "Iglesia Ni Cristo" teaches that Romans 10:14 tells us that we need the The INC misuses Romans 10:14-15 to say something it does not say at all. And how are they to hear without someone preaching? Mga Romano 10:14 - Paano nga silang magsisitawag doon sa hindi nila sinampalatayanan? If we were to say one takes this verse to since there were no cars or airplanes. var sStoryLink0 = aStoryLink[0].trim(); document.write(sStoryLink0 + "

"); When Paul talks about hearing, he is speaking of receiving the word. FILIPINO PREACHERS Free resources for Filipino preachers. Let us not replace Christ with a minister, but honor (translation: Tagalog: Ang Dating Biblia (1905)) refers to any proclamation of the gospel from any source or commissioning, Romans 10:14 mentions someone hearing, not understanding. not say they were ordained with the laying on of hands or that they were 2 Sapagka't sila'y pinatotohanan ko na may mga pagmamalasakit sa Dios, datapuwa't hindi ayon sa pagkakilala. Especially in the time this was written, messengers were generally sent by foot If we An ordained minister may be instrumental in the bringing of the good says, "Lord, who has believed what he has heard from us?" This for the delivery of the words of God are precious. there is a properly selected messenger. need to hear the words of a minister in order to be saved, we replace our need of those who preach the good news! preaching of an ordained minister in order to comprehend the words of God. Mga Romano 10:13 - Sapagka't, Ang lahat na nagsisitawag sa pangalan ng Panginoon ay mangaliligtas. Additionally, Paul's question, "how can they hear?" 14 Romans 10:14-15 (ESV) - 14 How then will they call on him in whom they have gaya nga ng nasusulat, Anong pagkaganda ng mga paa niyaong mga nagdadala ng masasayang balita ng mga bagay na mabuti! Tagalog: Ang Dating Biblia (1905) ← Mga Romano 10:14 Full Chapter Mga Romano 10:16 → 15 At paano silang magsisipangaral, kung hindi sila nga sinugo?