This message from Romans 1:18 could also be called, When God Abandons a Nation or What's Wrong with America? The answer to what is going on in our country is sin and God's justified wrath.
All of Christianity can be boiled down to two verses: Romans 1:16-17. James Boice wrote, "[These] are the most important in the letter and perhaps in all literature. They are the theme of this epistle and the essence of Christianity." This expository message is one that you will want your friends and family to hear.
In this expository message from Romans 1:8-15, we see how God has called each one of us who believe in Jesus Christ to be "Serving Saints." God has given every Christian a spiritual gift to serve others and share in the mutual benifit of the gospel ministry.
Did you know that God does not call everyone nor does He love everyone the same? But in this expository message in Paul's Letter to the Romans, you will discover the riches that God has for you when you respond to His call and come to exerience what it means to be beloved of Jesus Christ.
By God's grace, God has a will and a purpose for each one of us who believe in Christ. The Holy Spirit has given every believer a spiritual gift by which he or she servesChrist and His church in the greasted building project in redemptive history: participating in building Christ's Church and the gates of Hades will not prevail against it.
With the all the bad news that we hear every day on the TV and on our phone apps, we are in desperate need of Good News. This sermon is about the Good News (Gospel) of God. We also discover in this study from Paul's letter to the Romans why the Gospel is true and why we can believe it.
The Apostle Paul's Letter to the Romans has rightfully been called the "Greatest Letter Ever Written." This Sermon begins an expository series on the book of the Bible that has changed people's lives and, on more than one occasion, has sparked reformation and revival in the Church of Jesus Christ.
In our study of Revival in Nehemiah chapters 8 and 9, we discover that God's Word must be preached in His prescribed way in order to achieve His prescribed result. Ezra the Scribe in our example of effective Expository Preaching of God's Word.
The 20th Century was the only century in America's history where God did not visit our nation with Revival and Awakening. Whether it be on a local level, in a church or in a community, or on a national level, this sermon from Nehemiah chapters 8 and 9 shows us what true Revival looks like as the Word of God is preached and God's people are mobilized.