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Romans

Romans

May 2020 - Aug 2020
Sermons in this series
Sun, Aug 09, 2020
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1 hr 28 mins 33 secs
In this passage Paul is repeating himself. Rather than introducing radically new thoughts, these verses repeat and re-state the basic truth he just explained in the previous paragraph in verses 21-26. Like any good teacher, Paul wants to be sure—absolutely, positively, no-questions-asked sure—that his readers understand exactly what he is talking about.
Sun, Jul 26, 2020
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1 hr 1 mins 22 secs
In this section of Romans chapter 3, Paul announces both guilt and freedom. As prisoners, we are brought into the courtroom. The charges are read and the jury pronounces the guilty verdict. The judge has the gavel. But instead of pronouncing the sentence against us the judge says, “He free, she’s free. They can go free.” And we wonder how that is possible?
Sun, Jul 19, 2020
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1 hr 46 mins 39 secs
Whenever you talk to an unbeliever about the Gospel you sometimes end up with some unanticipated diversions. In the case of Paul’s sharing the gospel with the Jews, He faced similar diversions. How do we respond to the diversions we hear when we try to share God’s love with others? Paul gives us a pattern for this in the section of the book of Romans.
Sun, Jun 28, 2020
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54 mins 26 secs
“We’re going to audit you,” is a phrase most people don’t like to hear. What if the Lord decided to audit our own religious experience with Him? What would He find and what would end up being either commended or exposed? What would the net appraisal end up being? Paul does this very thing with the religious Jews so they might see their need for Christ.
Sun, Jun 14, 2020
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1 hr 6 mins 9 secs
It’s a good thing to live a moral life. But self-righteous moralism is just as damning to the soul as any unconfessed sin. As such, the self-righteous moralist must come to Christ in sorrow and repentance in the same way the hardened sinner must come. Paul makes that clear in this passage.
Sun, Jun 07, 2020
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59 mins 38 secs
Anthropologists may be able to tell us many things about culture, family, work, and even religion among the various peoples of the world. But one thing is common to every people and culture, and this is what Paul points out we're all sinners and under God's judgment. We all desperately need Christ to redeem us from our sins. In this section Paul focuses on the Gentiles and the reason they will experience the wrath of God is they don’t repent.
Sun, May 31, 2020
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54 mins 12 secs
Speaking about the wrath of God favorably is a subject that is taboo according to political correctness ideology. And yet the wrath of God is a very Biblical concept. This study seeks to explain what the wrath of God actually is and why it is necessary in the plan of God for the world.
Sun, May 24, 2020
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1 hr 25 mins 25 secs
“The just shall live by faith.” This sentence and the verses that surround it are said to have started the Protestant Reformation. What does it mean and why did it have some a significant impact on the Christian faith?
Sun, May 17, 2020
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1 hr 26 mins 18 secs
The epistle of Paul to the Romans has changed the lives of many of the great men of God over the years. It emphasizes the receiving of the grace of God and is, no doubt, Paul’s greatest theological letter explaining the nuts and bolts of the Christian faith.