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  • Romans 6:1-14 Series

    Contributed by John Shearhart on Jul 29, 2010
    based on 6 ratings

    Dead to sin, alive in Christ

  • Easter Baptism

    Contributed by Mike Wilkins on May 5, 2004
    based on 20 ratings

    This is a description of the meaning of Baptism and a call to be baptised

    Easter Baptism Easter, 2004 Romans 6:3-14 Show the story of Easter – From the Gospel of John film What does it have to do with me? My dad went to see The Passion on the Christ, as he has leaving the theatre, he passed two teenage boys. The one boy said to the other, “I don’t get more

  • Life After Baptism

    Contributed by Jimmy Giffin on Apr 18, 2004
    based on 41 ratings

    There is more to being a Christian after Baptism. There is a Life After Baptism.

    LIFE AFTER BAPTISM Romans 6:1-6 : Baptism is a very important part of a believers walk. It is then that a person who has accepted Christ as their Lord and Savior show the world their profession of faith. As they stand poised to be immersed into the water they are saying I have decided to follow more

  • Attending Your Own Funeral Conclusion Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jun 1, 2004
    based on 26 ratings

    It’s A War! Christians should not take sin lightly, but need to focus on developing their relationship to God as the best way to win the battles. Paul offers several arguments to convince us of this. There are other motivations besides merit and fea

    Please note: this is part two; part one is simply called, "Attending Your Own Funeral." In part two, I summarized material I covered in part one and added some new material. Attending Your Own Funeral Conclusion (Romans 6:1-23 concluded) 1. The War in Iraq keeps dragging on. 2. We hear more

  • Wanted - Dead And Alive

    Contributed by Mike Rickman on Aug 25, 2004
    based on 9 ratings

    Dying to sin means living for Christ.

    August 22, 2004 Morning Worship Text: Romans 6:1-14 Subject: Grace and Sin Title: Wanted - Dead and Alive We welcome all of you on this special day. This is a day when we celebrate with six believers in Christ as they profess through baptism what Christ has done in their more

  • Dying To Live Series

    Contributed by Wes Richard on Mar 29, 2004
    based on 10 ratings

    Because Christ has died and we have died with him, sin no longer has the power to do us in. But, if we open the door, sin can still hurt us.

    During this period of time leading up to the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus, we are focusing on the book of Romans. Romans is the longest, the deepest, the most penetrating explanation of what the death and resurrection of Jesus means for God’s people. So, it is fitting that we take a more

  • What Will Prevent Revival

    Contributed by Ed Wood on Jul 6, 2004
    based on 44 ratings

    A Revival preparation message.

    WHAT WILL PREVENT REVIVAL? Romans 6:1-16 INTRO: If I told you there was something you could do that would guarantee revival, each of you would want to know what it was so that you could do it. If it cost money, you would be willing to pay for it to have a successful revival. Well, there is more

  • Shall We Live Any Longer In The Sin? Series

    Contributed by Wesley Bishop on Oct 4, 2004
    based on 25 ratings

    This series is based on A. M. Hills book "Holiness in the Book of Romans."

    In 5:20, Paul said, “Where sin increased, grace abounded all the more.” It would seem that we should sin as much as possible to get as much grace as possible. There is some logic to that, and that is a great temptation for Christians. Read Romans 6. Paul covers a lot of ground in this more

  • But They Wont Remember Series

    Contributed by Curry Pikkaart on Aug 12, 2011

    We baptize infants because it reminds us of the assurances of God.

    “Between the Lines: But They Won’t Remember” Romans 6:1-14 My original series from Romans did not include a sermon from Romans 6. I was going to save this chapter for a future baptismal service. But in recent months I have been involved in several important conversations about more

  • A Life Of Freedom (By Pastor Jose Gomez Jr.)

    Contributed by Jose Gomez Sr. on Sep 12, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    There is freedom available from sin and weakness. But, there are no human actions or works that help save us. It is only through the sacrifice that Jesus Christ made that we can ever hope to be boundless, limitless, and truly free.

    Well then, should we keep on sinning so that God can show us more and more kindness and forgiveness? 2 Of course not! Since we have died to sin, how can we continue to live in it? 3 Or have you forgotten that when we became Christians and were baptized to become one with Christ Jesus, we died more

  • Abusing Grace

    Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Jul 27, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    “Grace” is such an abused topic in most churches today. It is not some celestial catch-all to allow us to mess up and then say “God’s grace covers me.” Personal responsibility has a place in Christianity. God’s grace makes our spiritual growth and “perfec

    Opening illustration: After a 4-year-old got into trouble at preschool, his mom asked him what he had done wrong. He explained, “I was angry with a playmate. But you told me that I should not hit anyone, so I asked my friend to do it for me!” Where does someone so young learn that? more

  • Be Crucified With Christ

    Contributed by David Seeley on Oct 16, 2004
    based on 14 ratings

    Paul wrote to the Roman believers that they needed to be crucified with Christ. We today must also experience this crucifixion of self will, and sinful desires.

    The Road to Being Crucified with Christ Context: Romans 6:1-23 Text: Romans 6:5-8 In this passage, Paul is instructing the Christians at Rome into a deeper walk with God. In verses 5-8 he tells them that in the Christian life there comes a time when each person must follow Christ and be more

  • Road May For Change

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Apr 4, 2005
    based on 10 ratings

    It is easy to fall into a rut, but the Christian life never needs to be boring. In fact, change is always a part of a life lived in a dynamic relationship with God

    Romans 6:3-11 “A Road Map for Change” INTRODUCTION Road maps are at times difficult to read. They become almost incomprehensible if we don’t know where we started, where we are, and where we want to go. When we start to talk about a road map for change, we need to first talk about more

  • Can You Be Sure ?

    Contributed by Steve Lawrence on Feb 18, 2005
    based on 17 ratings

    Can we be sure as a christain we are no longer slaves to sin.

    CAN YOU BE SURE ? Text: Romans 6: 8-14 Introduction: One of my favorite TV sitcoms from the early 80”s was M.A.S.H., among the colorful characters that made up the cast was a corporal named Klinger. In one episode Klinger decided he would publish a camp newspaper. He was really just more

  • Being Dead To Sin Series

    Contributed by Dan Borchert on Sep 23, 2004
    based on 44 ratings

    we are told that once we become a Christian we should be dead to sin, what does that mean how do you do that?

    Romans 6:1-11 Getting on the Same Page as God about being dead to sin Introduction A. Back to our Series on Getting on the Same Page as God B. I thought that we should review what we have studied since it has been about a month C. We have look at Getting on the Same Page as God more