Sermon Series
  • 1. Transformed Into Living Sacrifices

    Contributed on Feb 11, 2003
    based on 148 ratings

    Exposition of Romans 12:1-2. What does it mean for us to be "living sacrifices" and how are our minds to be "transformed"?

    INTRODUCTION What does being a Christian, being someone who has received God’s mercy, mean for the way we live our lives? How does being a Christian make a practical difference, day to day, for you and for me? In my next few talks I am going to work through the answers that Paul gives to that more

  • 2. Transformed Thinking About Myself

    Contributed on Feb 11, 2003
    based on 33 ratings

    If you are a transformed and renewed Christian, how ought you to think about yourself? Soberly, neither too high nor too low; and as a servant of others.

    Introduction I start this week with a brief reminder of the theme of these last few chapters of Romans – putting our faith into practice, applying God’s will in our lives. To do this properly requires us NOT to let the world squeeze us into its shape, but to have our minds shaped by God Himself. more

  • 3. Transformed Love

    Contributed on Feb 11, 2003
    based on 73 ratings

    What is the nature of Christian love? It looks out for what is best; it persists; and it is practical.

    Context/Reminder Romans 12:1-2 - the Christian mind is a transformed mind, not slipping easily into the same pattern as the world around us, but renewed by our relationship with our almighty and merciful God. Romans 12:3-8 - how that principle works out in the way we think about ourselves: more

  • 4. Transformed Payback

    Contributed on Feb 11, 2003
    based on 37 ratings

    Loving our enemies? Don’t payback evil with evil? What is going on here? Have you christians lost your mind?! We’ve gotta get even, haven’t we?

    Introduction I have a confession to make. Some of you are already aware of what I am about to reveal, but to most of you it will be a new insight into my character. It is not a sin that I am going to confess, but an obsession. I am, right now, at this point in my life (when you would think I had more