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Romans 10:8

But what saith it? It saith—continuing the quotation from Deuteronomy 30:14.

The word is nigh thee—easily accessible.

in thy mouth—when thou confessest Him.

and in thine heart—when thou believest on Him. Though it is of the law which Moses more immediately speaks in the passage quoted, yet it is of the law as Israel shall be brought to look upon it when the Lord their God shall circumcise their heart "to love the Lord their God with all their heart" (Romans 10:6); and thus, in applying it, the apostle (as OLSHAUSEN truly observes) is not merely appropriating the language of Moses, but keeping in the line of his deeper thought.

that is, the word of faith, which we preach—that is, the word which men have to believe for salvation (compare I Timothy 4:6).



Romans 10:5-10

For Moses describeth the righteousness which is of the law, That the man that doeth—"hath done"

those things—which it commands.

shall live in them— (Leviticus 18:5). This is the one way of justification and life—by "the righteousness which is of (or, by our own obedience to) the law."




Other Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown entries containing Romans 10:8:

Deuteronomy 30:11-14
Psalms 19:4
Isaiah 46:13
Isaiah 51:5
Isaiah 55:6
Ezekiel 39:29
Romans 10:21
Ephesians 5:26
1 John 3:7-8

 

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