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  • Who Is Jesus Christ Series

    Contributed by Robert Simmons on Jan 1, 2014
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,625 views

    HOW DOES PAUL INTRODUCE JESUS CHRIST TO THE CHURCH AT ROME? WHO DOES HE SHOW CHRIST TO BE?

    Romans 1:3-4 – Who is Jesus Christ Concerning his Son Jesus Christ our Lord, which was made of the seed of David according to the flesh; And declared to be the Son of God with power, according to the spirit of holiness, by the resurrection from the dead: I. In Romans 1:1-2 we ...read more

  • The Apostle Paul And His Message Series

    Contributed by Harold Jenkerson on Mar 4, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 5,973 views

    To develop an understanding of the Apostle Paul in order to understand his message in his letter to the church in Rome.

  • Romans – Verse By Verse 1:1-7 Series

    Contributed by Jeffrey Payne on Jun 28, 2017
     | 4,177 views

    A verse by verse, precept upon precept study of the first half of Paul's salutation in his letter to the church at Rome.

  • Romans--The Credits

    Contributed by Johnny Wilson on Oct 26, 2009
     | 2,142 views

    In closing out a series on the last part of the Letter to the Church at Rome, this sermon examines Paul’s use of personal names and how they tie to some of the themes of the book.

    The Name Game Text: Romans 16:1-27 How many of you like to watch the credits at the end of a movie? Wailam gets disgusted with me because I have a tendency to want to stay to the end of the credits in order to find out who performed a particular song used in the soundtrack, to ascertain the ...read more

  • Romans, Part 29 Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Mar 28, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,765 views

    Paul writes to the Jews in the church in Rome to describe for them the incredible acts God has already performed to bring His creation into a right relationship with Him.

    Romans, Part 29 Romans 9:16-29 Introduction - Concluding chapter 8 what we saw was a rally cry for all believers -- Living for God is a command that we each must follow, totally, and completely - Wednesday night we discussed Paul’s position as a Disciple, but also a Jew - We ...read more

  • Romans, Part 36 Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on May 5, 2011
     | 1,968 views

    Paul conclusion to the Jews in the letter to the church in Rome is one of constant remembrance that life is about Jesus Christ - and Him alone! (Ref: Romans 11:25-36)

    Romans, Part 36 Romans 11:25-36 Introduction - It is important that we not only see the encouragement to the Jews in Rome -- But, that we see our role in being part of the existing remnant - Last time we discussed the grafting in of the Gentiles; imp for us - The concept grafting ...read more

  • Mutually Encouraged

    Contributed by Marvin P. Hoogland on Jun 26, 2019
     | 724 views

    A sermon for a new pastor as he begins a new ministry, based on the apostle Paul's words to the church in Rome (Romans 1:1-17)

    MUTUALLY ENCOURAGED So, here I am, your new preacher. What am I doing here? What am I supposed to be doing here? Do you really need someone like me to be standing up here talking about God? I'm probably not the only one asking such questions, or, at least, thinking such questions. It ...read more

  • Romans, Part 1 Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Jan 10, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,215 views

    Paul’s incredible letter to the church in Rome begins with an explanation of who he is, and an encouragement that he desires to visit and work alongside them.

  • Don't Judge Diets And Days!

    Contributed by Guy Glass on Jun 9, 2004
    based on 17 ratings
     | 1,190 views

    This Wednesday Evening message deals with -- In this section of Romans, Paul is taking the opportunity to speak to the church at Rome concerning the application of spiritual principles into EVERYDAY life. Paul’s primary concern in this section of Romans

    DON’T JUDGE DIETS AND DAYS! Romans 14:1-13 INTRODUCTION: In this section of Romans, Paul is taking the opportunity to speak to the church at Rome concerning the application of spiritual principles into EVERYDAY life. Paul’s primary concern in this section of Romans is not how the Christian is ...read more

  • All Eyes On Heaven

    Contributed by Ralf Bergmann on Sep 17, 2003
    based on 30 ratings
     | 1,218 views

    It is said that teachings are only judged as being effective when the desired behavior is displayed. In his letter to the church in Rome, Paul is laying a foundation that is needed if the church was ever going to act and react in such a manner that the t

    Sermon Title: All Eyes on Heaven Text: Romans 8:18-25 Date: March 2, 2003 NASB Context of Scripture: It is said that teachings are only judged as being effective when the desired behavior is displayed. In his letter to the church in Rome, Paul is laying a foundation that is needed if the ...read more

  • The Door To Lasting Liberty

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Jul 5, 2010
     | 2,282 views

    Paul explained to the church at Rome that the the door to liberty is opened thru Christian perseverance. Christian perseverance opens the door to true liberty. But Why? Your perseverance opens the door to lasting liberty because...

    The DOOR to LASTING LIBERTY—Romans 8:18-25 Attention: Reason for the Pilgrim’s coming to America—Religious Liberty(autonomous faith)—Freedom to practice biblical faith. Freedom from State-supported & sponsored religion, which is a perversion of truth. Reason for the Revolutionary ...read more

  • Romans, Part 41 Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on May 27, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,456 views

    Paul’s continued writing to the church in Rome focuses on living with one another, and not being judgmental or placing stumbling blocks in front of one another. We are to live fully (and only) for Christ!!

    Romans, Part 41 Romans 14:1-22 Introduction - Last weekend we discussed the important of understanding the time being short - We also saw Paul clearly demonstrate living for Christ in everything that we do - It is imperative that we live daily for Jesus; clinging tightly to the ...read more

  • Romans, Part 35 Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Apr 17, 2011
     | 1,904 views

    Paul's continued encouragement to the Jews in the church in Rome also serves as a reminder to the Gentile of who we are; and that our in-grafting is for the glory of God ... not for us to swell with pride.

    Romans, Part 35 Romans 11:11-24 Introduction - It is important that we not only see the encouragement to the Jews in Rome -- But, that we see our role in being part of the existing remnant - Paul discussed that seeking God through our own pride is not the way -- Those in Israel who ...read more

  • Romans, Part 43 Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Jun 2, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,727 views

    Paul begins to conclude his letter to the church in Rome with 2 very important encouragements: Conviction of his beliefs and the reason he preaches ... so that Jesus would be glorified!

    Romans, Part 43 Romans 15:14-22 Introduction - Last week Paul showed us the importance of living for others -- Understanding that division is never the way to success; and we must avoid it - Discussed the purpose of our lives is that we would learn to give praise and honor -- That ...read more

  • The Cure For Conflict (Pt. 1) Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Feb 24, 2020
     | 368 views

    In Romans 14, Paul begins to address the specific things that are causing conflict in the church in Rome. Paul's main points include accept each other and let God be the judge.

    A. In 1904, this large statue of Christ, that you see on the screen, was erected high in the Andes, on the border between Argentina and Chile – called “Christ the Redeemer of the Andes.” 1. The statue symbolizes a pledge between the two countries. 2. As long as the statue stands, there is to be ...read more