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  • When In Rome...

    Contributed by Catherine Davis on Sep 13, 2006
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,484 views

    Do you go along with the crowd or can you with confidence, confess who Jesus is because you not only know who He is, but believe with your heart, mind and soul?

    Introduction: Our text today finds Jesus and his disciples in Caesarea Philippi on their way to Jerusalem. This gospel, most scholars agree, is the first one to be written in about 60 a.d. and the author writes about Jesus’ miracles and teaching ministry in the first half of the book. However, ...read more

  • Road To Rome

    Contributed by Derrick Bunnell on Nov 26, 2004
    based on 15 ratings
     | 3,891 views

    The theme of Romans is clear: Paul is explaining in rudimentary terms, where even babes in the faith can understand; the basic gospel. He not only presents justification by faith, but the entire “Righteousness of God.” Which also includes ideas such as gu

    Today I would like to dig into the book of Romans a little. There is little argument over whether or not Paul is the author of Romans; if the first verse isn’t identification enough, then the style and content is undeniably the work of the most prolific writer of the New Testament. As you can ...read more

  • A Trip To Rome

    Contributed by Tammy Garrison on Jun 30, 2002
    based on 35 ratings
     | 2,792 views

    This sermon introduces a new sermon series exploring the Roman Road of Salvation and the purpose of Paul’s writing.

    Last Wednesday, I took my last final exam of the semester. The public schools’ last day of classes is a week from tomorrow. Mother’s Day has gone, Memorial Day is just around the corner. The weather is warmer and the days grow increasingly longer. Summer is upon us. And that means vacations, ...read more

  • To Rome, With Love Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Feb 7, 2007
    based on 6 ratings
     | 9,185 views

    In this sermon we notice five divine privileges that belong to all Christians.

    Scripture Today we come to the end of Paul’s introduction in his letter to the Romans. Paul used the ancient format of beginning his letter with the sender’s name, followed by a brief summary of the gospel, then the recipient’s name, and a greeting. Today, we are going to look at the recipients of ...read more

  • When In Rome... Series

    Contributed by Curry Pikkaart on Sep 4, 2013
     | 3,994 views

    You've heard the saying, 'When in Rome, do as the Romans do.' In other words, to fit in do what the natives do. Is that reaaly a good motto for followers of Jesus?

    “The Great Unveiling: When in Rome …” Revelation 17:1-18 You’ve heard the saying – “When in Rome do as the Romans do!” It means that to fit in wherever you are, do what the natives do. And, in the time Revelation was written, many people lived as the ...read more

  • Paul In Rome Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Jun 1, 2017
     | 14,137 views

    This is the final chapter of the first book of the history of the Christian Church. According to the plan given by the risen Lord, we have been following the witnesses as they act in response to the Great Commission by taking the Gospel message to....

    October 30, 2016 Acts of the Apostles Lesson: IV.G.2: Paul in Rome (Acts 28:16-Acts 28:31) Acts 28:16-31, ...read more

  • Issues With Rome Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Sep 21, 2015
     | 3,606 views

    Here are some separate topics that can be included in one message about Romanism, and how it is quite different from Biblical Christianity. Celibacy, Mary, Inquisition and more.

    Biblical vs Romanist Approaches to Celibacy (Presentation given at annual AFEC conference) When I was first assigned this topic, several questions occurred to me, the answers to which form the heart of the following message. I trust they are your questions too. Question ONE: What is celibacy, and ...read more

  • The New Rome Series

    Contributed by Douglas Phillips on Feb 11, 2010
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,986 views

    ARE WE SEEING THE SEEDS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NEW ROMAN EMPIRE?

    THE NEW ROME DANIEL CHAPTER 2 AND SEVEN INTRODUCTION: THE STUDY OF PROPHECY IS NOT AN EXACT STUDY, IN THAT WHILE WE KNOW WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN, WE DON’T HAVE AN EXACT TIME TABLE, NOR IN SOME CASES THE EXACT CIRCUMSTANCES AS TO HOW THE PROPHECY IS TO UNFOLD. WHEN WE LOOK TO A STUDY OF ...read more

  • Paul At Rome Series

    Contributed by Rev. Dr. Andrew B Natarajan on Oct 8, 2021
     | 1,764 views

    Paul arrived in Rome and was allowed to stay at a rented house till he appeared before the emperor. Paul stayed with state honour of having a soldier appointed to guard him. He was a prisoner but at the same time with relaxation.

    Acts 28: 1-31 Paul reaches Rome with Gospel Acts 28:1-10 Paul at Malta. The people of Malta Island believed that God punishes the sinners and rewards the righteous. They thought Paul was murder because the ship carried the prisoners. They perceived that God sent a viper to bite Paul and punish him ...read more

  • Journey To Rome Series

    Contributed by Duane Wente on Jul 3, 2023
     | 577 views

    Paul’s final journey begins with his arrest in Jerusalem, defending himself and God to his accusers, and a rough voyage across tumultuous seas to Rome. Paul never gave up hope or stopped sharing his message of God’s grace and love.

    Introduction Video Ill.: Acts 27-28, Paul’s Final Journey — Bible Babble — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUFROuIROqE This morning, we are continuing our summer road trip, going along with Paul on his final journey to Rome as recorded in Acts. We started by joining Paul and Barnabas on their ...read more

  • Hippolytus Of Rome Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Mar 29, 2022
     | 736 views

    Hippolytus was elected as a rival bishop of the Roman Church for a while. For these doctrinal differences and the bishops' relaxing of moral standards, Hippolytus bitterly opposed both bishops and Callistus' successors, Urban and Pontianus.

    Hippolytus of Rome Who was Hippolytus? I have never heard of this man, and for a good reason – He is a Catholic saint; I am a Baptist. However, he has a part to play in the development of the Catholic Church, and I hope this article provides you with enough information that you can answer the ...read more

  • The Bible Vs. Rome PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Research Assistant on Oct 24, 2023
    based on 3 ratings
     | 213 views

    This sermon explores the transformative power of faith, its biblical foundation, and how it liberates believers from the constraints of religious legalism.

    Dear beloved, gather round, as we come together in fellowship, in unity, and in the love of our Lord Jesus Christ. We are here today, not by chance, but by divine appointment, drawn together by the Spirit of God, to consider the profound power of faith. It is the golden thread that weaves through ...read more

  • Paul Sails For Rome Series

    Contributed by Rev. Dr. Andrew B Natarajan on Oct 8, 2021
     | 2,110 views

    This passage talks about divine assurance to the people who travelled with Paul. God planned to take Paul into Rome for preaching the Gospel as a witness to Nero. So it was not the counsel of Festus that Paul should go to Rome but God.

    Acts 27: 1-44 Paul Sails for Rome This passage talks about divine assurance to the people who travelled with Paul. God planned to take Paul into Rome for preaching the Gospel as a witness to Nero. So it was not the counsel of Festus that Paul should go to Rome but God. Paul had tried before Felix ...read more

  • The Long Road Rome Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jun 7, 2021
     | 1,711 views

    Paul used personal ingenuity and shrewd strategy to accomplish God’s ultimate will. We, too, can better serve God if we embrace the unlikely combination of being innocent but yet shrewd.

    The Long Road Rome (Acts 23:1-35) 1. Over the next few chapters, we are going to meet some interesting characters. 2. Today, we will be introduced to Felix (show photo 1). 3. In a few weeks, we will meet Festus (show photo 2). 4. Last of all, we will meet Agrippa (show photo 3). 5. Paul was in ...read more

  • Paul Will Visit Rome Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Mar 4, 2024
     | 151 views

    Paul has a long-standing desire to visit Rome and share the Gospel more deeply with the Roman church.

    1:8 “First, I thank my God through Jesus Christ for you all, that your faith is spoken of throughout the whole world.” First order of business: thank you, God, for the Roman church. Note he is not thanking the church, flattering them. He is thanking God. But it is Paul’s way, in most every letter ...read more