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What does Romans chapter 13 mean? Romans 13 is a short chapter that continues the theme of Romans 12. How do those in Christ live, now that we have received God's great mercy for us? Paul began Romans 12 by declaring that the only reasonable response is to become living sacrifices in service to God. Romans 13 continues to describe what that Christlike sacrifice looks like.What does Romans 13 actually teach?
Romans 13 in the Bible teaches Christians to obey the higher powers; but that does not include criminal government which becomes a terror to good works. Romans 13:3, "For rulers are not a terror to good works, but to the evil.What is Paul saying in Romans 13?
In fact, Paul says that every position of government authority on earth was, ultimately, filled by God Himself for His purposes. To improperly resist authority, then, is to resist God (Romans 13:1–2). That rejection of authority brings painful judgment.What does Romans 13 1 2 mean?
Therefore, whoever resists the authorities resists what God has appointed, and those who resist will incur judgment” ( Romans 13:1-2 ). “Government is a great gift in a world of fallenness, restraining evil and bringing some kind of order.” So there is the basic statement.