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  • God’s Final Verdict—the Closing Arguments! Series

    Contributed by Kyle Sullivan on Nov 9, 2014

    The Law imprisons and Grace sets us Free!

    The Five Questions: Paul Answers All Objections! 1) What advantage is there in being a Jew? Vs. 1 Answer: Frist of All they were entrusted with the word of God. They were to share the word with the world! 2) Will our lack of faith nullify God’s Faithfulness? Vs. 4 “Not at more

  • Look In The Mirror Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Oct 29, 2014

    You and I struggle with guilt, because we’re guilty. The sooner you and I admit we are sinners by nature and by choice, and we are guilty, the sooner we can move on to receive the forgiveness of God. A reflection of our guilt in four areas.

    INTRODUCTION I invite you to open your Bibles to Romans, chapter 3. I heard about a funny chain letter going around. It’s being sent to the Chairmen of Deacons of Baptist churches. It’s a typical chain letter: Dear Mr. Deacon: If you are tired of your preacher, send a copy of this more

  • No Righteousness In Me, But Jesus Series

    Contributed by Leslie Tarlton on Nov 18, 2014

    Romans 3:1-20 The communication of righteousness outside of me.

    The Letter to the Romans Chapter 3:1-20 No righteousness in me, but Jesus Introduction: Rom 3:1 & 2 What advantage then has the Jew? or what profit is there of circumcision? Much every way: chiefly, because that unto them were committed the oracles of God. There is profit in being a servant more

  • Saved By Works

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Nov 2, 2013
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    No, we're not saved by our works, but GOD's works!

    If you had the chance to look at the bulletin before the service and noticed the sermon theme, you may be a bit puzzled. “Saved by Works”? How can a Lutheran pastor preach about being saved by works, and on Reformation of all Sundays! Today is when you expect to hear how Martin Luther more

  • Man's Reflection In God's Mirror Series

    Contributed by Guy Mcgraw on Oct 27, 2013

    Romans is about the good news but Paul begins with the bad news, the dark side, the universal problem of human depravity. How can anyone understand the value of the good news unless we first understand the bad news about each one of us?

    Years ago when I became the new pastor at Holly Brook Baptist church in Texas my first sermon was entitled , ‘What Sin Looks Like’. They used the sign out in front of the church to [put my name and the sermon title. The sign read, ‘Dr. Guy McGraw, What Sin Looks Like’. more

  • The Universality Of Law And Grace

    Contributed by Garth Wehrfritz- Hanson on Oct 27, 2013
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    A sermon based on Romans 3:19-28 for Reformation Sunday, with emphasis on human inability to perfectly keep the law and God's free gift of grace through Christ's suffering and death on the cross. This free gift of grace gives us a tremendous freedom.

    Reformation Sunday Yr C, 27/10/2013 Rom 3:19-28 Rev. Garth Wehrfritz-Hanson “The universality of law and grace” Today we Lutherans—and some other Christians, hopefully Anglicans, since they are in full altar and pulpit communion with us now!—celebrate Reformation Sunday. more

  • Romans: A Life-Changing Letter Series

    Contributed by Tony Thomas on Sep 9, 2017
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    This message is an overview of the book of Romans and part of a 2-year study of the Bible.

    Romans: A Life-Changing Letter by, Tony Thomas Sr. Minister, Woodland Heights Christian Church, Crawfordsville, IN No. 45 in a series called, Route 66, a Road Trip Through the Bible What’s the most important letter you’ve ever read? A baby announcement? A college acceptance letter? Maybe more

  • If It Can’t Save Us, Why Did God Give The Law?

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Oct 30, 2017

    This sermon answers two big questions: 1. Why do I need the Law to make me aware of my sin? 2. Why would I want the Law to make me aware of my sin?

    A Question: “If it can’t save us, why did God give the Law?” - Romans 3:19-20. - To clarify as we begin: when Paul here speaks of the Law, he has in mind the Mosaic Law given to Israel by God. - By extension, we could make similar point about the truth of God generally. - The Law does not save more

  • Burning The Bulls Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Nov 4, 2017
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    When Martin Luther posted his challenge to the church's selling of indulgences on the church door in Wittenberg, Pope Leo X was not pleased. The Pope issue a Papal Bull condemning Luther as a heretic. Luther responded by burning copies of the Bull.

    OPEN: October 31st was Halloween… but it was also the date of something even more significant. Many churches celebrate the last day of October as “Reformation Day” – the day (500 years ago) when Martin Luther nailed a document to the door of a Church building in Wittenberg, Germany that challenged more

  • "What We Now Know Is Only"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Oct 25, 2017

    Paul at some point in his life and Luther confront what they now know about Christ. He is the only thing needed for redemption.

    Romans 3:19-28 “What We Now Know Is Only” 1. Today we celebrate Reformation Sunday 500 years ago Martin Luther nailed his 95 statements "theses" on the castle church door at Wittenberg hoping to spark a discussion of what He now knows. Martin Luther now knows as a result of prayer, fasting, more

  • How Do I Receive God's Grace? Series

    Contributed by Jeffery Anselmi on Nov 2, 2017

    Today we will look at how one can receive God's grace.

    INTRODUCTION • SLIDE #1 • I hope that you have been enjoying our series on the subject of Amazing Grace! • Grace is a word that gets thrown around, songs are written about it, girls are named after it, and some folks “say grace” before they eat. • In our contemporary language, we use the word to more

  • The Road To Redemption

    Contributed by Randy Edwards on Oct 23, 2017

    a short sermon delivered at a secular event that lays out the plan of salvation from the book of Romans

    The Road to Redemption In the 2002 Tom Hanks movie Road to Perdition We see Hanks character Gangster Mike Sullivan Travels a road that leads to destruction His life choices and decisions have determined the path of his life And in the end After many trials He loses everything including more

  • "There Are No Perfect People” Series

    Contributed by Dave Mcfadden on Jan 28, 2018
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    Christians are sinners saved by grace.

    Many have a hard time imagining a God who wants to be close to us. They think that maybe God insists we clean ourselves up first. But God says don’t bother to get cleaned up. Just come as you are. Come with all your defects, faults and flaws. Come with your guilt and bad habits. Come as you are and more

  • Be The Church

    Contributed by Francis Balla on Sep 19, 2017
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    We have many church shoppers and hoppers these days, who do not have full understanding of what church really is or perhaps they are looking for a perfect Church. Let me assure you, there are no perfect churches, because there are no perfect people.

    BE THE CHURCH! Romans 12:3-13 Introduction: When I ask you what is a Church, you may answer in one or two ways: A church is a building where Christians go to worship. Or a group of committed believers of Christ, figuring out how best to live out their faith. When people come to church, they come more

  • Justified? Or Judged? Series

    Contributed by Michael Stark on Sep 29, 2017

    Is there a way for us to make ourselves acceptable to God? The Apostle Paul teaches that such a thought is an impossibility.

    “We know that whatever the law says it speaks to those who are under the law, so that every mouth may be stopped, and the whole world may be held accountable to God. For by works of the law no human being will be justified in his sight, since through the law comes knowledge of sin.” [1] “So that more