What happens when we screw up? In Romans 2, God tells us what happens to those who mess up by breaking His laws and there will be no Supreme Court to appeal to when God passes down His judgment. God’s judgment will be righteous and impartial but it will also be final!
We all tend to categorize sins. We list some as worse than others. While we can find Biblical evidence to support this, sometimes our categories are based on personal feelings rather than Biblical truth. In Romans 1:28-32 we see where God lists a series of “lesser” sins, sins we sometimes excuse in our life and […]
The world says, “I was born this way!” God says, “That is not how I designed you!” Today’s sermon on Romans describes how man suppresses the truth about God and exchanges His design for our own desires. This results in unintended consequences allowed by God who lets us do exactly what we want to do.
This Easter it may be hard to make sense of things. It may be harder than ever to believe that God exists. But in Romans, Paul tells us the message of Easter, the Gospel, is a message of hope and we should not be ashamed to believe it! Today, we are going to look at […]
In writing to the church in Rome, Paul says he “longs to be with them.” In this context, he describes several reasons why he wants to be with them, reasons that provide several lessons which are still valid for us on Palm Sunday, 2021.
Studying God’s Word is good. Sometimes our studies will take us to passages which people say are no longer relevant for today which leads to rejection of some of God’s word. Romans is full of these types of passages. To help prepare for this tension, today we are going to establish our basis for discovering […]
Mr. Rogers in Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood always told who he was speaking to and the purpose of his show: “Won’t you be my neighbor?” His purpose always led into the lessons of his iconic tv show. The Apostle Paul does the same thing in the book of Romans. Today we are going to learn why […]
Leroy Jethro Gibbs’ rule #39 – “There is no such thing as coincidences.” Today we are beginning a new series on the book of Romans; arguably the most complete letter on church doctrine in the Bible. Today’s message will be a “bird’s-eye view” of this book and why the timing of this doctrinal masterpiece was […]
Many of us like the idea of investing. We like to invest in stocks, bonds, mutual funds, real estate, livestock, guns and/or bacon; whatever we think will be worth something in the future. The Bible is not silent on this topic. God tells us what we can do today with our money that will pay […]