Sermons on Sin
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.
According to our passage in Romans 2 man is inexcusable respecting his knowledge of God. Not only does he know creation itself declares the glory of God, but when it comes to morality, his judgement of the sin he sees in others condemns himself, because he does the same things. Our awareness of the sin we see in others is a self declaration that we see sin in ourselves, we have no excuse to ever think there is no right or wrong when we see wrong in others.
2 Samuel DAVID Pr Edi Giudetti 16th April 2017 This book is the tenth of the Seventeen historical books in the Old testament. These seventeen historical books are the first books of the Old Testament which precede the Seventeen Prophetic books of the Old testament and are separated only by the five books of Wisdom and poetry found at the heart of the Old testament. So we see that the Old Testament has a structure to it…