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Living Well - Romans

Living Well - Romans

Aug 2018 - May 2019
Sermons in this series
Sunday, May 26, 2019
Passage: Romans 8:31-39
Paul reviews the doctrines he has covered with 4 questions, meant to establish the believers in God's love and provision, and prevent a stagnant walk.
Sunday, May 12, 2019
Passage: Romans 8:27
The following passages deal with the Holy Spirit and what happens during the time when we wait for the rapture. Some key questions: - Can I grieve the Holy Spirit? - Does the Holy Spirit intercede for me? - Is Jesus Christ for me? - Does Jesus intercede and interpret our prayers for the Father? - What is my part in the whole process?
Sunday, April 28, 2019
Passage: Romans 8:8-11
To walk after the flesh is to be carnally minded. This leads to frustration and ultimately death. People who walk after the flesh are not necessarily trying to do evil things, however, they have confidence in themselves , that is, in their ability and performance to achieve what they want to. To walk after the Spirit is to be spiritually minded. It leads to life and peace. To walk in the Spirit, we must have no confidence in the flesh, but rather a willingness to trust God to be in control of our lives.
Sunday, April 07, 2019
Passage: Romans 8:0
In order to walk after the Spirit we should get to know him. Check out some of the different ways the Holy Spirit is titled and described in Romans 8.
Sunday, March 24, 2019
Passage: Romans 7:7-25
Romans 7 is not about dealing with sin--that was in Romans 6. Romans 7 deals with our service to God, particularly, it addresses our natural tendency to try to serve God in the flesh. The keys to understand this critical chapter include: 1. Romans 7 is not about dealing with sin. 2. We cannot successfully serve God in the flesh. 3. The issue is not trying to do good, or not to do evil, it is, "Who is in control of your life?" Either you are in control (flesh) or God is in control (Stay tuned for Romans 8!)
Sunday, March 10, 2019
Passage: Romans 7:1-6
We are freed from the Law! The law is a taskmaster that is never satisfied. Thank God we are free!
Sunday, February 17, 2019
Passage: Romans 6:12-14
Having covered knowing and reckoning last week, this week's topic is Yielding to God out of Romans 6:12-14. This teaching is something with which all Christians should be familiar. Our victory in the Christian life is dependent on who is in control of our lives, not how hard we try, or how gifted we are.
Sunday, February 10, 2019
Passage: Romans 6:1-14
Romans 6 gives the pathway that enables believers to get victory over sin. Check out this message to hear what God's Word says about the things we need to know, how we are to reckon ourselves, and to whom we yield in order to get this victory.
Sunday, February 03, 2019
When the Lord reigns His people rejoice. Lift up the gates to your lives and let the King of Glory in! Romans 5 tells us that there is much more to our Christian lives than just our salvation. The Lord Omnipotent can deal with your addictions, hurts, diagnoses, etc. But He must reign as Lord. Sin and death reigned (past tense), but now that reign is over. Let God's people joy in Him!
Sunday, January 27, 2019
Passage: Romans 5:1-10
There is more to your Christianity than your salvation. Most Christians never experience the intended spiritually victorious Christian life that God intends because they do not understand how to apply grace through faith to their walk as they did for their salvation.
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