Time: 45… Some call it the Roman Road. Scriptures: Romans 3:23 Romans 6:23 Romans 5:8 Romans 10:9 Romans 10:13 Description: Within the book of Romans, the author has given us a path toward salvation. . Romans road to salvation 1. For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. What is the Romans Road to Salvation?The Romans Road to salvation is a way of explaining the good news of salvation using verses from the Book of Romans. In Roman Britain, the Romans constructed more than 3000 km of road. Many of these routes are still used today – the modern road having been built over the Roman road. This lesson helps participants to memorize the Scriptures of the Roman Road so that they can share it with their friends. The Romans were famous for their roads, and this page describes how Roman roads were built, and how you could use the topic in the classroom. . Roman Roads. The Romans Road to Salvation By: Bishop Jerry F. Hutchins Kingdom Now Ministries www.kingdom-now.org 2. Memorizing verses can sometimes get a little dry, so I made a printable booklet for my children–and for yours. . • Because of our sin, we are separated from God. Roman roads sloped down from the middle to ditches on either side to allow the rain to drain away and not make the road too muddy. Once the road had been planned the Roman soldiers dug two ditches on either side of the road to act as drains. Filled with great paintings of roads, and a new passage of Romans on each page, Romans Road to the Gospel is a fun aid for children as they memorize Scripture.The booklet is 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″, so each printing creates two booklets. (Romans 3:23) • The Penalty for our sin is death. How to build a Roman Road. The earth from these ditches was piled into the centre and rammed down. https://www.bbc.co.uk/.../history-ks1--ks2-explain-this-roman-roads/z7c8wty They tried to build the roads as straight as possible, so that the army could take the shortest route. The Romans built roads so that the army could march from one place to another. A surveyor, using a groma, made sure that the land was level and marked out the road with wooden stakes. Some of the key roads of Roman Britain were: Ermine Street (London to York), Fosse Way (Exeter to Lincoln), Peddars Way (Hunstanton to Thetford), Watling Street (Dover to Wroxeter). For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Jesus An earthen bank, called an agger, was built up to 12 metres wide. Walking Down the "Romans Road" to Salvation .