Sermons on Romans
If Jesus did it all for us, what role do we have? We have the role to believe in New Life. There was a penalty for our sin that Jesus took on in exchange for that New Life He gave us. He took on your death so that you can have life.
We don’t often think of it, but our physical and spiritual health are woven together. In fact, self-care is one way we worship God.
When you entered into covenant with God through Jesus, you may not have changed your name, but you got a new identity. God wants people who will live for him and in relationship with him even when “rituals” are broken.
As you think about your own salvation, what does it elicit? If you’ve been saved, you want to honor God, but if you are struggling, maybe you don’t realize what you’ve been saved from.
Instead of retaliation towards your enemies what if you gave them public praise? With God in your heart it is possible. Jesus has asked us to come at this world in a different perspective. Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.
We’re living through a time of uncertainty that can produce much anger. Jesus has something to say to help us grow to the next level of our faith and add healing to our relationships.
Have you ever felt like someone was looking down on you, judging you, condemning you for your conviction or perspective? In grace, we give others the freedom to hold to convictions that are unlike our own and accept them in spite of that difference.
Grace is a place God has invited us. When you’ve experienced God’s grace you get a completely different perspective.
Humility is the ability to be honest about ourselves. Being sober minded about who YOU are. Speaking with accurate judgement and being realistic. Humility is not about pride.
Discover how God shows us the way, gives us strength, and teaches us right from wrong by His gift of the Holy Spirit.
The weight of our sin can seem heavy and unbearable. But the gospel is good news that Jesus took on our sin.