Sermon Series
  • 1. The Gospel Of God

    Contributed on Mar 14, 2008
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    Study with application questions.

    Romans chapter 1: first four verses The Gospel of God (1-4) Verse 1- Slaves of Christ • “Paul, a servant of Jesus Christ.” Marcus Barth wrote a 168-page essay on these words! How much study is too much study of God’s Word? What areas of my life am I not behaving as a servant, but rather as ...read more

  • 2. Finally The Good News

    Contributed on Mar 14, 2008
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    Application questions for small group study.

    Romans 3:21-31 Recapping last week (verses 1-20) 1. What advantages are there in being a Jew? (v1,2) 2. If God’s chosen people are the Jews, does this mean He is unfaithful in letting the unbelieving ones perish? (3-8) 3. In verse 1 Paul affirms the word ‘advantage’ (Gk perissos, above and ...read more

  • 3. The Sinfulness Of Man

    Contributed on Mar 14, 2008
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    Questions for application in small group Bible study

    Romans Chapter 1: 18 – 32 The Sinfulness of Man Opening thoughts. (reading) Read Passage. Verse 18 Paul speaks here about the Wrath of God, which we take to mean anger. Is it right to be angry?……. When?……. Describe the last time you got angry? We’re you in control? What was the ...read more

  • 4. God's Judgment On The Judgmental

    Contributed on Mar 14, 2008
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    Questions for application in small group Bible study

    Romans chapter 2:1-16 Recap on chapter 1 A. God’s message: key aspects (1-6) According to John Stott, we have learnt so far about the Gospel (Good News) that its… 1. Origin is God (1) 2. Record is the Bible (2) 3. Substance is the Lord Jesus Christ, who is the God-Man (3,4) 4. Scope is ...read more

  • 5. God's Verdict On Man

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    Questions with application for small group Bible study

    Romans Chapter 3: 1 – 20 God’s verdict on Man Summary: Chapters 1 & 2. -introduction of himself (Paul) -introduces the idea of General Revelation -Pagan & Gentile rebellion and it’s consequences -Jewish failure despite having the Scriptures -the law written upon everyone’s ...read more

  • 6. Justification By Faith Alone

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    Questions for application in small group Bible study

    ROMANS 4:13-24 GOOD FRIDAY 18 APRIL 2003 [Verses from Romans 4 unless otherwise stated] Earlier on today some of us talked to two dear Jehovah’s Witnesses, Simba and Natasha, both from Zimbabwe. They really confirmed just how stuck human religion is: stuck in a slavery of ...read more

  • 7. God's Love For The Ungodly

    Contributed on Mar 14, 2008
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    Questions for application in small group Bible study

    Romans 5 v 6 ¡V 8. Introduction. Read Ch 5: 1-5. Recap from last week, focusing on two issues: i) Peace. We¡¦re at peace with God through faith in Jesus Christ. ii) Sufferings. Obviously being experienced then (and now) but Paul highlights God use of these sufferings „_ perseverance „_ ...read more

  • 8. All Things Work Together For Good

    Contributed on Mar 14, 2008
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    The fivefold unbreakable chain of salvation

    Romans 8:28-31 That famous “All things work together for good” verse 28! We discussed this at some length last week to considerable effect! Here are five points to consider: We know- according to Wilson , this speaks of “experimental certainty, not tentative conjecture.” In other words, we ...read more

  • 9. Romans 1 To 8 Summary

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2008
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    Summary plus questions on ending of Romans 8

    Chapter 1- Paul’s declaration of faith and desire to come to Rome, followed by his explanation of the world’s rebellion against God, who clearly exists from looking at creation Chapter 2- God is right to judge everyone as we all know from our consciences and when we condemn others. The Jews are as ...read more

  • 10. Paul's Heart Cry

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2008
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    Bible study with questions for application

    Romans 9:1-5 Verse 1- Verily, verily, verily, verily, verily Paul is absolutely adamant that he is telling the truth: 1. “I tell the truth (positive) 2. “in Christ” (outer authority) 3. “I am not lying” (negative) 4. “my conscience also bearing me witness” (inner authority#1) 5. “in ...read more

  • 11. Romans 9 Bible Study

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2008
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    Rely on God, not your genes

    Romans 9 v 6-13 V6- All of the true Israel will be saved (11:26) God’s word, His promises of salvation had not failed, even though many ‘Israelites’ were lost, as the promises were to the true Israel. Who are the real children of Abraham, according to John the Baptist (Luke 3:7-9)? What ...read more

  • 12. God's Will, Man's Will

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2008
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    God’s righteousness, God’s mercy & compassion, Man’s will, God’s will

    Romans 9 v 14-18 God’s righteousness (14) The earliest utterances of a child apart from “Mama” or “Dada” is “No!” or “It’s not fair!” We keep quiet about the vast teeming multitude of unfair things we think, say or do every day, but if God does something we’re not happy with, we cry foul. And ...read more

  • 13. Why Does God Still Blame Us?

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2008
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    God has the right to do as He sees fit, God reveals Himself as He is, God has foretold these things in Scripture

    Chapter 9 v 19-29- ‘Why does God still blame us?’ Two premises 1. Salvation is due entirely to God’s will (v15 & 18) 2. We do not and cannot resist God’s will (v16). False conclusion 3. God cannot blame us (v19) for rejecting Him. If He makes all the decisions, surely He must take all the ...read more

  • 14. Jesus My Righteousness

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2008
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    Salvation through faith in Christ alone

    Romans 9:30-33 12/03/04 Israel did not receive salvation even though they pursued righteousness. Why not? Because “they pursued it in exactly the opposite way from that which it is to be found. They pursued it in their own strength, by their own works, by their own merit, and consequently ...read more

  • 15. Earn Your Own Or Receive Another's

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2008
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    What is your heart’s desire, zeal without knowledge, knowledge without zeal

    ROMANS 10:1-13 (YABS, 26/03/04) What is your heart’s desire? (1) Compare 9:1, 10:1 and 11:1. What do the first two verses tell you about Paul’s attitude towards the Jews, and what does the last one tell you about his hope for them? What is your heart’s desire? Zeal without knowledge, ...read more

  • 16. Christ Is The Saviour Of All Who Confess And Believe

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2008
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    Christ is the Word whom only God can send and apply

    Christ is the Word whom only God can send and apply (6-8) Read Deuteronomy 30:1-14 (focusing on last four verses), the passage Paul is citing. The point of both passages is that the word of God is not difficult to grasp, or arcane or obscure in some mystical way. God has graciously made it ...read more