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  • Sin Slew Me PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Nov 23, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    This sermon explores the severity of sin, the sufficiency of God's salvation, and the transformative power of sanctification in our lives. Key

    Ladies and Gentlemen, brothers and sisters, it is a joy and privilege to gather with you all today, to collectively lift our hearts and minds to the Word of God. As we gather in this sacred space, we are reminded of the beautiful tapestry of life that God has woven for us, a tapestry that is more

  • Married To Christ Series

    Contributed by David Gauthier on Jun 18, 2001
    based on 79 ratings

    We are sanctified by our marriage to Christ, not by obedience to the Mosaic Law code.

    I’ve got an idea… Why don’t we reassess our church budget and put as much money as possible into getting the 10 commandments posted on every billboard sign along I-35. All the way from Laredo to Duluth, MN – both sides of the highway! I know that this would be a huge task, but we could cooperate more

  • Why Doesn't My Life Have Power Series

    Contributed by Alan Braun on Mar 21, 2002
    based on 54 ratings

    A study of the Book of Romans

    Why Doesn’t My Life Have Power? Romans 7 Romans 7:1-6 The Apostle Paul tells about a lovely woman who found herself married to a demanding perfectionist. He laid the law down to her day after day. He made insistent demands on her behavior. There was no escaping his tyrannical guilt trips. No more

  • Before The Law

    Contributed by Duke Jeffries on Oct 17, 2000
    based on 14 ratings


    A. INTRODUCTION 1. Many Bible scholars consider the sixth and seventh chapters of the Epistle to the Romans to be among the most difficult to grasp in all of Scripture. What the apostle Paul teaches in these chapters is not all that hard to understand; it is simply hard to believe and accept in more

  • The Blame For Sin And Death

    Contributed by Paul Apple on Oct 17, 2000
    based on 13 ratings


    ALL THE BLAME FOR SIN AND DEATH FALLS ON OUR SINFUL NATURE, NOT ON GOD'S LAW WHICH REMAINS GOOD 1. (:7-8) God's Law Benefits Us By Exposing and Provoking Our Sinful Nature a. Exposing our sinful nature (Illustr: microscope shows us realm of reality that otherwise we could not see) b. Provoking more

  • Released From The Performance Trap Series

    Contributed by Timothy Peck on Jan 3, 2001
    based on 89 ratings

    When we place our faith in Jesus Christ, our relationship to the ten commandments changes.

    In 1995 an obscure Alabama circuit judge named Roy Moore became a national symbol of controversy. You see, Judge Moore displays a handmade copy of the ten commandments in his courtroom. That’s provoked the wrath of atheist groups and the ACLU, yet Judge Moore has remained steadfast in his right to more

  • War Against The Sinful Nature

    Contributed by A Armtrong on Nov 15, 2000
    based on 74 ratings

    If you walk in the Spirit, you'll not fulfill the lusts of the flesh.

    We must remember that we must not judge the meaning of the Word of God by what our lives are, but we must judge our lives by what the Word of God says. The 7th chapter of Romans is probably one of the most controversial, and I think one of the most misunderstood, chapters in the Bible. Romans more

  • "The Law In Our Life”

    Contributed by Bruce Ferris on Sep 15, 2002
    based on 16 ratings

    “The Law in Our Life” Prayer partner Ron Hawks often accuses me of being forgetful. In fair play, I try to remind him he just told me that! But, all joking aside, forgetfulness in the Christian Life is a serious matter that can have drastic cons

    “The Law in Our Life” Prayer partner Ron Hawks often accuses me of being forgetful. In fair play, I try to remind him he just told me that! But, all joking aside, forgetfulness in the Christian Life is a serious matter that can have drastic consequences. This is especially true when it more

  • Law Keeping - The Real Story Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Jun 9, 2002
    based on 13 ratings

    The trouble wit hlaw keeping is that we’re unable to do it. The good thing about the law is that it drives us back to dependence on the grace of God in Jesu Christ

    Here’s what happens to people from time to time. They realise they have a problem with a particular sin or sins, so they decide to do something about it. They read something like Romans 6, that we read last week and they decide that from now on they’ll be slaves of righteousness. Whenever they feel more

  • The Battle Of The Ages Series

    Contributed by Wesley Bishop on Oct 7, 2004
    based on 29 ratings

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

    Read Romans 7. Paul shows here that following the law can do nothing to save us or sanctify us. It diagnoses our problem. It doesn’t cause us to sin. A doctor isn’t the cause of disease when he points it out to us. 1. I know the law is GOOD, but I am a SLAVE. (14-17) When I was a kid, I more

  • Legalism Versus Holiness Series

    Contributed by Dan Borchert on Sep 22, 2004
    based on 32 ratings

    Legalism Versus Holiness, we all want to live holy lives, but sometimes we cross the line and being to live legalistic lives, were is the line?

    Romans 7:1-7:25 Getting on the Same Page As God About Legalism verse Holiness Introduction A. Close your eyes. B. Everyone’s eyes Closed? C. Do not start thinking about lunch D. Do not start thinking about that nice juicy steak you will be enjoying E. Do not start thinking about the sweet more

  • Convicted (Power Over Sin Series Part 5) Series

    Contributed by Derek Joshua E'lon Sr. on Jun 14, 2003
    based on 34 ratings

    This is the fifth message in the series, “Power over sin.” This message deals with the fact that sinners and saints are convicted by the law because the law is good.

    Before we read the scripture for this morning. I want you to hold up your Bibles and repeat after me. “This my Bible.” “I believe what it says.” “I believe I can do,” “What it says I can do.” “I believe I have,” “what it says I have.” “I believe this Word.” “This is,” “My final authority.” more

  • Fruit Bearing Service Series

    Contributed by Mitchell Skelton on Jun 9, 2003
    based on 20 ratings

    Why should we serve God?

    Fruit Bearing Service Romans 7:1–25 INTRODUCTION If you have children you’ve probably had a conversation similar to this one very recently. “Son, I need to tell you something.” And then you proceed to bestow upon him the innumerable bits of knowledge you have gained on a particular subject over more

  • Paul's Bar Mitzvah Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jun 29, 2004
    based on 22 ratings

    So what can and cannot the Law do? The answer boils down to this: knowing what is right doesn’t mean we do what is right. Although ignorance of God¡¦s Word IS a major problem, we find that our sinful nature --that impulse to sin--is not defeated by info

    Pau’s Bar Mitzvah (Romans 7:7-25) Intro 1."Christian workers in the Middle East are encouraged by the enthusiastic response to Mel Gibson’s The Passion on the part of Muslims in Qatar, Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, and the United Arab Emirates. They view this as an unprecedented method of more

  • Confused Yet Saved

    Contributed by Bradford Robinson on Oct 27, 2005
    based on 19 ratings

    This is a sermon that honestly looks at how even as Christians, we still struggle with the things we know we should and should not do.

    One of my things as a pastor is that I try to be as transparent as I can be. I tend to share stories that show my faults as much as my strengths. It’s kind of like the pastor who was told by his church, “Preacher, we’ve always heard our pastors say they were sinners just like us, but you are the more