Sermon Series
  • 1. The Gospel Of God (Part 2)

    Contributed on Nov 16, 2002
    based on 13 ratings

    Paul opens his letter to the Romans reminding them of the Promise of God! As Paul states "the gospel . . . is the power of God unto salvation" and it is also the central theme of Romans.

    The Gospel of God (Part 2) Romans 1:7–17 Introduction People for two thousand years have been refuting and overthrowing this book, and yet it stands today as solid as a rock. Its circulation increases, and it is more loved and cherished and read today than ever before. People make more

  • 2. Sin-A Common Bond

    Contributed on Nov 16, 2002
    based on 14 ratings

    Sin is often watered down in our society yet Paul deemed it necessary to show that all men are sinners and in need of the Promise(Part 1). He does this by showing Sin as the common bond between Jew and Gentile.

    SIN–A Common Bond Romans 1:18–2:29 INTRODUCTION • In Romans 1:1–18 Paul tells us about the Promise of God. • The Promise of God, Paul says, is the Power of Salvation. • The Promise of God reveals God’s Righteousness. • The Promise of God comes through the gospel of Jesus Christ. • The more

  • 3. Dead To Sin, Alive In Christ!

    Contributed on Nov 16, 2002
    based on 39 ratings

    Explores our Position, our Provision, and our Practice IN Christ.

    Dead to Sin, Alive in Christ Romans 6:1–14 Introduction I. So far Paul has concluded: A. All have sinned. B. All can be justified through faith in Christ. C. Where sin abounded, Grace abounded all the more. II. Paul anticipates the question: A. If sin increases God’s grace, more

  • 4. Spirit Filled Life

    Contributed on Nov 16, 2002
    based on 17 ratings

    Those IN Christ have a Special Gift!

    Spirit Filled Life Romans 8:1–17 Introduction I. At the end of Chapter 7 we see Paul dealing with the struggle between wanting to do evil in accordance to our sinful nature vs. doing the will of God. II. Paul says we are rescued from this situation through Jesus Christ. Main Body I. more

  • 5. Righteousness Through Faith

    Contributed on Dec 12, 2002
    based on 44 ratings

    Examines just how God plans to keep His Promise to save man through Christ.

    Righteousness through Faith Romans 3:1–31 INTRODUCTION • In Romans chapter one Paul told us of The Promise of God, which leads to salvation. • Paul also outlined, in chapters one and two, the Common Bond of Sin that both the Jews and Gentiles shared. • In chapter three Paul starts to more

  • 6. Abraham-An Example Of Faith

    Contributed on Dec 12, 2002
    based on 34 ratings

    Just what did Abraham discover about Faith?

    Abraham¨CAn Example of Faith Romans 4:1¨C25 INTRODUCTION ¡ñ It is my firm belief that, more than just a timeless letter to Christians about the gospel, Romans was an attempt by Paul to unify a divided church in Rome. ¡ñ Paul would use two points to stress to these Christians the reason they more

  • 7. Make Every Effort

    Contributed on Dec 12, 2002
    based on 34 ratings

    Part of a series of sermons on Romans. How important is the unity of the church? Why should we Make Every Effort to keep unity? Can Christians have different opinions and still fellowship with one another?

    Make Every Effort Romans 14:1–23 INTRODUCTION Sibling relationships are, at best, sometimes strained. I can remember growing up, the fights my brother and I would get into. I forget what the fights were about, only that we fought. Most of the time, I’m sure, it was just nitpicking more

  • 8. The Blessings Of Justification

    Contributed on Dec 15, 2002
    based on 65 ratings

    Through justification we experience all the blessings of God’s love, not just the promise of eternal life but also in this present life! 1. We have Peace with God, 2. We Stand in Grace, 3. We Rejoice in Hope.

    The Blessings of Justification Romans 5:1–11 INTRODUCTION Once a farmer was interviewing prospective workers. The farmer asked one young man “What makes you the best person for the job?” The young man answered, “I can sleep when the wind blows.” Now the farmer thought this to be a more

  • 9. Freed To Be A Slave!

    Contributed on Mar 13, 2003
    based on 28 ratings

    The Christians great Emancipation from slavery to Sin!

    Freed to be a Slave! Romans 6:15–23 INTRODUCTION On September 22, 1862, Abraham Lincoln signed and presented the Emancipation Proclamation. This great document and speech would change the course of American History leading us into the Civil War. Most importantly though the Emancipation more

  • 10. The Gift Vs. The Trespass

    Contributed on Mar 13, 2003
    based on 21 ratings

    The contrasting relationship beween the sin of Adam and the Obedience of Christ.

    The Gift vs. The Trespass Romans 5:12–21 INTRODUCTION When we look in Genesis One and Two at the creation of the universe, we are in awe at the wondrous power of an Almighty God. Think about Adam, the first man and how wonderful things were for him. He and his wife, Eve, living in the more

  • 11. The Gospel Of God

    Contributed on Mar 13, 2003
    based on 29 ratings

    The Promise of and the Proclimation of the Gospel of God.

    The Gospel of God Romans 1:1–6 INTRODUCTION If you were going to write a letter to a young congregation to encourage them to live righteous lives, what would you write? Suppose this congregation was having a hard time keeping unity and peace among brethren, where would you start? These more

  • 12. The Importance Of Recognizing Sin

    Contributed on Mar 13, 2003
    based on 28 ratings

    Recognize the need to Understand God, Seek God and Turn Again to God.

    The Importance of Recognizing Sin Romans 3:1–20 INTRODUCTION Illustration Today it seems that all you have to do to sell a product is include some natural herb or mineral with it. Products ranging from shampoo to diet pills have all jumped on the “all natural” bandwagon. Just because more

  • 13. Revealed Righteousness

    Contributed on Mar 13, 2003
    based on 20 ratings

    Righteousness is Revealed; From God, Through Christ, and To Man.

    Revealed Righteousness Romans 3:21–31 INTRODUCTION Illustration One Sunday evening after the traditional two songs, a prayer, and two more songs, the preacher went up to the pulpit and instead of delivering a sermon, he introduced a guest minister who was visiting that evening. In his more

  • 14. Becoming "Super" Conquerors

    Contributed on Mar 30, 2003
    based on 21 ratings

    Do you know someone who is suffering, either Physically or Emotionally? Have you ever suffered? Have you ever seen suffering that seemed unfair? We are indeed living in a time of suffering. What we have here is a statement from God that shows us how

    Becoming “Super” Conquerors Romans 8:18–39 THESIS: To show how God helps us overcome suffering. INTRODUCTION Have you noticed lately that you can’t buy just plain dish detergent any more? How about detergent? Even bleach, you can’t even buy just plain bleach anymore. Everything today is more

  • 15. Election, Rejection And Restoration

    Contributed on Jun 10, 2003
    based on 30 ratings

    God’s promises concerning election. A study of Romans chapters 9-11

    Romans Series Mitchell Skelton Election, Rejection, and Restoration Romans 9–11 INTRODUCTION Someone once said, “Try to explain election and you’ll lose your mind; try to explain away election and you’ll lose your soul.” MAIN BODY I. God’s Election - Romans 9 A. God is faithful to His more

  • 16. In View Of God's Mercy

    Contributed on Jun 10, 2003
    based on 15 ratings

    Because of what God has done you owe Him your life.

    Romans Series Mitchell Skelton In View of God’s Mercy Romans 12:1–21 I. Offer Your Bodies A. As Living Sacrifices. 1 Cor. 6:20 B. Holy and Pleasing. Romans 12:9–13 1. God’s word shows us how to live holy lives. 2. Isa. 35:8 II. Don’t Conform to the World. A. Christians no more

  • 17. Christian Obligations

    Contributed on Jun 10, 2003
    based on 27 ratings

    The freedom that comes from being In Christ is great! However, this freedom comes with obligations.

    Romans Series Mitchell Skelton Christian Obligations Romans 13:1–14 INTRODUCTION One of the most common dreams that people in America share is that of owning their own business. No more nine to five, no boss standing over your shoulder, freedom to work how you want, when you want. Once more

  • 18. The Blessings Of Believing

    Contributed on Jun 10, 2003
    based on 15 ratings

    Just as there are blessings of Justification (Romans 5), there are also blessings that God pours out because of our faith.

    The Blessings of Believing Romans 15:1–13 INTRODUCTION Just as there are blessings of Justification (Romans 5), there are also blessings that God pours out because of our faith. MAIN BODY I. We are filled with Joy. A. An example of Joyful believers. Acts 8:5, 8, 39 1. Philip more

  • 19. Women Of God

    Contributed on Jun 10, 2003
    based on 111 ratings

    The church today needs strong women as servants of Christ. A woman’s role is by no means limited but rather wide open.

    Women of God Romans 16 INTRODUCTION One challenge facing the church today is the growing controversy concerning the role of women in the church. Some may say that women are not treated fairly in the church because they are not allowed to preach or hold a leadership role such as Elder or more

  • 20. Fruit Bearing Service

    Contributed on Jun 10, 2003
    based on 20 ratings

    Why should we serve God?

    Fruit Bearing Service Romans 7:1–25 INTRODUCTION If you have children you’ve probably had a conversation similar to this one very recently. “Son, I need to tell you something.” And then you proceed to bestow upon him the innumerable bits of knowledge you have gained on a particular subject more