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Compelling evidence for an afterlife for people investigating the Christian faith.
Series: Beyond Death's Door
Contributor: Timothy Peck (143 sermons shared)
Paul answers the question of “shall we go on sinning?” Here is how he answers that question. 1- No to sin - Because we died to sin 2- No to sin - Because we live with Christ 3- No to sin - Because we are liberated
Series: Book of Romans
Contributor: Steve Shepherd (712 sermons shared)
Scripture: Romans 6:1-6:14
After stating the doctrine and that we are by faith to appropriate it, he now states the practical daily experience to see whether we have made it our own or not. Doctrine truly combined with belief always has corresponding verifiable actions
Contributor: Dennis Davidson (453 sermons shared)
Scripture: Romans 6:12-6:14
One preacher decided not to baptize one young girl on October 31st because he didn’t want her to associate her baptism with Halloween - a season of death. Was he right?
Series: The Roman Road (part 1)
The world believes that if they can be free of God, they’ll be free to do as they wish? But the Bible teaches us that everyone is a slave to something, but does that really make sense?
Scripture: Romans 6:1-6:23
The Bible tells us that man has always feared death. But Jesus give us the reason to overcome that fear by offering us resurrection. How can we lay hold of that promise and how does it change our lives?
Series: i-Truths For An i-Pod Generation
Scripture: Romans 6:3-6:23
This sermon looks at Daniel as a model for living in the world but not compromising to the world.
Contributor: Ray Ellis (261 sermons shared)
Denomination: Free Methodist
Adam’s sin had a terrible effect on mankind. Romans even says that his sin made us sinners. What does that mean?
Series: Players In The Passion
Scripture: Romans 5:10-5:19
An authentic Christian is one who hungers and thirsts for righteousness. Jesus calls these believers blessed. He also promises that He will fill those, and give us all of our desires if we seek first His kingdom and His righteousness.
Series: Authentic Christian
Contributor: David Schaal (6 sermons shared)
The word "grace" is used in this chapter more than any other in the Bible. There are some specific truths about grace given here that we really need to realize...
Contributor: Don Baggett (74 sermons shared)
Scripture: Romans 5:1-5:21
Tags: Truth Absolute