Sermons on Romans
There is one overriding characteristic that is an absolute requirement for Christians–love. We are to love God supremely, love others within the fellowship of believers, love our neighbor, and even love our enemies.
Our walk, our manner of living, is meant to be consistent and cohesive. Paul made it clear when he wrote a letter to the churches in Rome that this was an essential part of their Christian life.
There are numerous places in Scripture that inform us about how Christians ought to act. There are no places in Scripture that inform us about how Christians ought to sit on the sidelines and watch.
How do you define peace? If it is simply a matter of freedom from conflict, then we will never know peace, as we will never be free of conflict in this world.
Hope does not mean wish when it is applied to our spiritual life; at least, it isn’t supposed to.
What gospel did you believe in when you came to know Jesus? Was it the true gospel? If so, does your life reflect the fruits of the gospel that the Bible says we ought to be displaying?
There is one obstacle that we, humans, are incapable of overcoming. That obstacle is sin. No matter what method we choose to try, we cannot overcome sin apart from Jesus. We take a look at Jesus on this Easter Sunday, and how He overcame sin on our behalf!
One of the problems in our journey in the Christian life is to avoid conformity with the world. We do that by working in conjunction with the Holy Spirit to have our minds transformed, renewed. We just need to make sure we do that.
Our last sermon of 2019, from Joel McGill.
A message from Rev. Wellington Gorham, Jr. concerning who we belong to…