Sermons on Romans
Christ Made Me Free Pr Edi Giudetti 11-8-2019 The Spirit That Liberated There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. 2 For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath made me free from the law of sin and death. Romans 8:1-2 After numerous reconnaissance flights across the nation in the previous days, at 4:45 am on the 1stof September 1939 Germany…
There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus. You will be hard pressed to find a string of words anywhere that forms a statement more provocative or inspiring than the first 13 words of this verse. There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, 13 Words that contain, within its context, both the greatest hope for some and the most severe warning for others. 1. Presently Atoned There is therefore now…
Romans 7 is one of the most explanatorily encouraging passages in the Bible for those who are truly born again. That which I do I allow not, says it all.
Those saved by God are to bring fruit unto God. No longer bringing forth fruit unto death, Romans 7 demonstrating the hightened awareness of sin.
Understanding that which occurs within our livers after we are born again is the fundamental lesson we learn from Romans 6. There is a change, it begins now and it will extend to all eternity. The change within a believer is real, the pysical birth provides the opportunity to come to God, the spiritual birth recieves him as the Saviour of a soul dead in sin.
What does it mean to be freed from sin? Does it mean that we are now free to sin? The passage in Romans 6 and from the first verse makes plain, not only the answer but most importantly the overall claim of the Gospel.
God’s People will always be the nation of Israel. Though all Israel is not of Israel (Rom 9:6) does not take away that the Jew’s are they who are referred to in Romans 11, and God certainly has not cast away his people, yet through their fall salvation has come to the world (Rom 11:11) Listen to why this is so important as we deal with the issue of the Rapture of the Church, The Blessed Hope.
One of the most fundamental questions asked by a Christians is “can I lose my salvation”. The question of eternal security is one of the most fundamental of all to those who have trusted in Christ for their salvation.
Rejoice in Hope The passage we see given us in Romans 5:1-4 is one that should rejoice the hearts of all people, especially those who have taken Jesus Christ at his word and have been saved by their faith in the work that he did specifically for them on the cross. God made an opportunity for all people to be perfectly forgiven for their sin and wonderfully have their hope secured for everlasting life. This is why those who now…
Can eternity be bridged by a conjunction? “THEREFORE being justified by faith we have peace with God” Rom 5:1. Never has a single word been so well placed as the conjunction that begins chapter 5 of Romans. All that goes before this word so perfectly linked to all that we read after it. Peace with God, it is that which God desires for all mankind. But only understanding and accepting the first four chapters of this wonderful book will again to it.