In Romans 1:13 Paul tells the Romans that he has longed to come to visit them but just hasn't been able to get there. Paul had hoped to get to Rome and then eventually to Spain so that he could continue to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ to people groups who had never
I don't believe I can reproduce the text of this prayer in any form without approval from banner of truth so i will simply link to it here.
May I encourage you to read it slowly and bask in the wonder that Christ gave Himself for us?!
In the previous days posts, we have seen that all Christians (including those to whom Paul addresses the book of Romans to) are those who belong to Christ, are loved by God, who are called to be believers by God and lastly...
The Christians at Rome, like all Christians, are called saints.
In our efforts to understand who Paul writes to in the book of Romans, we are trying to understand the spiritual emphasis of the Christians in Rome. If we can understand that, then we find ourselves under the same counsel that they were given by the great Apostle. We have seen that the Christians were those wh
As we began to look at the book of Romans yesterday, I thought it might be helpful to post just some thoughts that very likely I wont be able to get to during our sermon series. One of the areas we wont spend much time on is who or to whom was it written.
As we begin to study the great book of Romans, I thought it might be helpful to post just some thoughts that very likely I wont be able to get to during our sermon series. One of the areas we wont spend much time on is who wrote the book (Paul) and to whom was it written.
Below, I have linked to a very important article regarding the difference between being good citizens and being sitting ducks for persecution. Over the last several days perhaps you have noticed, an increasing fight against churches who have tried to meet. I'm not here to argue if they were right or wrong in how they were doing it but never
John Flavel, the English Puritan said this in his commentary from John 3...
"Surely if He would not spare or abate to his own son one stroke, one tear, one groan, one side, one circumstance of misery, it can never be imagined that ever He should, after this, deny or withhold from His people, for who sakes all this was suffere
Though we celebrate the Resurrection on a Sunday, the focus and meaning is an everyday message. While Jesus's sinless life, substitutionary death, and triumphant resurrection accomplished our salvation, Jesus’s work still continues. After he ascended to heaven and took his