Contributing sermons since May 3, 2017
Contributed on Jul 26, 2017
History is full of turning points. In Romans 8, Paul tells us that we still suffer from the turning point that happened in the Garden of Eden. However, history's greatest turning point, the death and resurrection of Jesus, is undoing the effects of that
Contributed on Jul 13, 2017
Romans 8 is one of the most beloved and comforting chapters of the Bible. As Paul writes this chapter, he gives us a wonderful picture of salvation: adoption.
Contributed on Jul 8, 2017
Story of my life. It is the phrase that you never want to say. As Paul writes Romans 7, we hear him sigh and say, "Story of My Life." As we look deeper at the chapter, we see that it is the story of our lives too!
Contributed on Jul 4, 2017
It is not easy following Jesus. We can lose friendships, our family, and endure hardships and heartache. Jesus tells us in Matthew 10 that these things will happen, and that we look to Him when they do.
Contributed on Jun 22, 2017
It is interesting to see what we once were and to compare it with what we are. Paul does that in Romans 6 as he says we once were slaves to sin, but now are slaves to righteousness.