Sermons on Romans
Pastor Brent shares the Gospel at Stadium Sunday at Mcleod Athletic Park.
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In the last chapter of Romans, Paul sends his greetings to those in Rome and gives his final words of encouragement. In this study we see that people and relationships were important to Paul. Bible Text: Romans 16:1-27
As Paul moves in to his closing remarks he takes time to express his plans to see the believers in Rome and lays out his ministry objective. There’s many things we can learn through this gospel focussed pioneer like Paul. Bible Text: Romans 15:14-33
We finish up this section that Paul began in Romans 14 dealing with non-essential matters in the church. We discuss today how we stay united when others don’t see eye to eye with you. Bible Text: Romans 15:1-13
Paul looks at three areas when dealing with those who see things differently that we do. We’re not to judge them, we’re to walk in love, and we’re to pursue peace. Bible Text: Romans 14:10-23
How do we deal with people that differ from us in their views or opinions? What should our response be? Paul deals with these questions and more in Romans 14. Bible Text: Romans 14:1-9
There’s one thing that is paramount for the believer – love. We are to love God and love others. We look at what this love looks like and how we should be motivated to love like this based on the times in which we live. Bible Text: Romans 13:8-14
Pastor Brent takes us through the first part of Romans 13 to look at the Christian’s response to Government. Bible Text: Romans 13:1-7
Paul builds off his earlier encouragement at the beginning of the chapter to present ourselves as living sacrifices. Here he describes in fuller detail what that life really looks like. Bible Text: Romans 12:9-21
As we continue to work our way through Romans 12, we take a look at various gifts at work in the church. And we see how we’re to view ourselves, the church, and our use of gifts.