Books & Chapters
Romans 8 - NIV
6 The mind governed by the flesh is death, but the mind governed by the Spirit is life and peace.
Sermons on Romans 8
Contributed by Melvin Newland on Aug 10, 2017
Everyone of us has the capability of displaying a spirit of generosity & kindness & goodness. There are other moments when we are hateful & hostile & greedy. And in each of us are those 2 diverse natures. (Powerpoints Available - #332)
MELVIN M. NEWLAND, MINISTER RIDGE CHAPEL, KANSAS, OK (REVISED: 2015) (Powerpoints used with this message are available at no charge. Just email me at email@example.com and request #332.) Years ago, when our children were small, I learned a lot about being a parent. ...read more
Contributed by David Hysong on May 15, 2017
Biblical principles to take a person's prayer life to the next level
Nine Principles for Powerful Praying Preface- Prayer is a mystery- Almighty God does NOT need our help but He gives us the joy of partnering with Him! (Father/Son mowing grass or Mother/Daughter baking a cake) Prayer is the foundation for all life changing ...read more
Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Jan 7, 2017
All believers are partakers of the heavenly calling. Having been called to belong to Jesus, we press on towards the mark of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.
I. THE HIGH CALLING OF GOD IN CHRIST JESUS Philippians 3:14 When we are converted, we have a change of mind, a change of heart. Yet this is not only a once-for-all experience, but also an on-going process which will not be completed this side of eternity. We have been changed, we are being ...read more
Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Dec 12, 2016
The present state of the believer is one of hope.
2 MINDSETS, 2 ROADS, 2 DESTINIES Romans 8:6-11 This short passage describes two states of mind: literally, “the mind of the flesh (which is) death”; and “the mind of the Spirit (which is) life and peace” (Romans 8:6). These are two quite distinct mindsets, which lead ...read more
Contributed by J Jeffrey Smead on Aug 30, 2016
The theologian Adam Clarke notes that in the Greek there are no less than 5 five negatives in this short discourse. I will Never ... Never ... Never ... Never ... Never... leave you or forsake you.
I recently read a story ... about a traveler who was having a conversation ... with a farmer ... from upstate New York. They both were discussing the weather, ... and the farmer assured the traveler ...that he could tell what the weather was going to be ... by watching the behavior ... of his ...read more