Robert J Smith • Sermon • • 1,922 views
The Principles Holy Living Colossians 3:1–17 (READ V.1) This is not the if of condition; it is really the if of argument. The lives of these Colossian Christians evidenced their salvation. What was the evidence? (Col 1:3-5) 3 We give thanks to God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, praying always…
John O. Evans • Sermon • • 1,057 views
GREYFRIARS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH THEMES FROM ROMANS 1. THE JUDGEMENT OF GOD Passage: Romans 1:17 - 32 Introduction: In this letter to the Romans, Paul sets out for Christian people he has never met his understanding of "the Gospel". It is also to prepare the way for a personal visit (see 15:28‑32) when…
Kenneth Dalessandro • Sermon • • 102 views • 37:00
Signs of His Coming “But of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, but My Father only. But as the days of Noah were, so also will the coming of the Son of Man be. For as in the days before the flood, they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 74 views
A setting apart. Separation is at the heart of the biblical idea of holiness. God is separate from his creation and has set apart his people from the world. Sin causes alienation between God and humanity, making necessary the reconciling work of Jesus Christ. The end of the age will bring the final separation between the righteous and the wicked.
We are sick with a disease that eats away and destroys our unique construction. What white ants are to wood buildings, sin is to our lives. Sin digs down deep into our “spirit” and takes hold, and this disease corrupts every area of life. It corrupts “our thoughts, our behaviours, our desires, and our emotions”. (Haddow, Catherine. (2017). Emotions: Mirrors of the Heart. (pg. 20). Leyland, England. 10Publishing.)
If I asked you what the most important letter you ever read, what would you say? proposal? Love letter? birth of a baby? draft letter? Sweepstakes letter? IRS? Letters can be good or bad. Maybe you get a job offer… We are going to study one of my favorite books in the Bible. Paul’s letter to the Romans.…
Philip Lanning • Congregation Beth Messiah • Sermon • • 47 views • 2:25:12
When we see God for Who He is we will love as He loves Yamim Noraim Days of Rejoicing or Days of Judgement ? Story of the merciful professor. His love and mercy changed me forever. I never cheated on a test again. Haven’t we all experienced something like that? Our greatest memories were Some of our…
A survey of all of the pieces we have been studying in the first eight chapters of Romans. Very lengthy, but some of the most powerful theology there is.
HEBREWS-JESUS IS BETTER
Arguing: Learn Proverbs 15:1 if you struggle here. Concentrate and pray over this ALL WEEK LONG, practice it this week in you life. Vengeance: Romans 12:19 - learn this if you struggle with the desire to see vengeance, pray over it all week long and practice it. Bitterness: Guys - this one hides in plain view. Let me suggest something to you, if you were to go back over your last 20 or 30 posts on social media, how would you rank the tone and tenor, complaining, thankful, happy, sad, mad? Does that expose that there is bitterness in you?
James A. Basinger • Sermon • • 16 views
A Renewed Life Romans 12 March 11, 2007 I listened to a sermon series, called The Ride of Your Life. It was introduced with the song, Born to be Wild – by a rock group, called Steppenwolf – who are older than I am and I gather still doing their rock n roll thing. The title of the series likened the Christian…
New City Catechism
Merlin Carothers, author of the book Prison to Praise, had firsthand experience of what it is like to be declared righteous. During World War II, he joined the army. Anxious to get into some action, Carothers went AWOL but was caught and sentenced to five years in prison. Instead of sending him to prison,…
Dr. Mark A. Barber • Sermon • • 14 views
Introduction Every Christian knows that God has standards, whether they want to acknowledge this or fight to suppress it. In fact, according to Paul in Romans 1, every human being knows God and that God has standards, because God has revealed this truth to everyone. The Bible clearly teaches us that…
Chad Williams • Sermon • • 13 views
SERMON TYPE: EXPOSITORY Chad Williams Box 336A Romans, BIB 641, 5-6th Hour Title: The Rational Response of the Redeemed Text: Romans 12:1-2 Sub/Comp: The mercies of God compel the believer to respond with a personal life of dedication, with proper Christian separation, and with a pursuit of thorough…
The Three Pillars of the Bible: The Kingdom, The Resurrection, The Second Coming
Pastor Harold Wedderburn • FMM • Sermon • • 13 views • 45:49
The knowledge we must obtain regarding the events to come are crucial to our judgement by Jesus Christ.
Building Blocks of a Growing Church
Pastor Mitch • Sermon • • 10 views
In pagan literature, godliness (Gk. eusebeia, eulabeia and related terms) meant showing proper caution, fear or reverence towards the gods. Such piety involved the offering of sacrifices and other cultic activities. It also meant honouring the gods by respecting elders, masters, rulers, and all the orders…
Willie Woodmore • Sermon • • 9 views
Sexual Sanctification is the Will of God - III Introduction > We have been considering the Means, Method & Motivation for sexual sanctification from this text. > Last week we saw that God’s holy purposes for sex are designed to keep us holy. Purposes in marriage: (1) To bring God glory, (2) The way for…