Sermons on Romans (Page 2)
Text: Romans 8:26-27 We certainly ought to grow in our prayer life, but we will never master prayer … we always rely on the help of the Holy Spirit.
Text: Romans 8:17-25 We understand that suffering is a part of living in this broken world. Yet somehow we like to think and hope that once we’ve come to Christ, our loving God will lessen if not eliminate our suffering. But the groans of suffering is the path to glory!
Text: Romans 8:12-17 With the gift of the Holy Spirit and all His blessings, Paul reveals …
Text: Romans 8:9-11 The Holy Spirit is the Agent of our salvation in convicting us and regenerating us to new life. He then is the great Assurer or Guarantor of our salvation in that His indwelling presence is our …
Text: Romans 8:5-8 Paul gives 4 distinctions between a true Christian and a person without Christ. These distinctions show the spiritual “watermarks” of a believer and we can see where we are spiritually by asking:
Text: Romans 8:1-4 Romans 8 reveals the glory of the gospel through its power to transform our lives and give us hope. That glory and power is seen here as there is …
Text: Romans 7:14-25 We like to appear as if we have it all together. It is hard to acknowledge personal struggles. But Paul opens up about his struggles that we would be encouraged to face ours and fight on.
Text: Romans 7:1-13 Our relationship to the Law can be confusing and we can swing to the extremes of license or legalism. Here Paul explains our relationship to Law and its purpose.
Text: Romans 6:15-23 True freedom always comes through submission & obedience [voluntary enslavement] to someone or some authority. True spiritual freedom that leads to eternal life is found through enslavement to God and His righteousness!
Text: Romans 6:1-14 Through faith in Christ, we have died with Him to sin and risen with Him to new life now!