Sermons on Romans
Psalm 107:17-22 — God does not abandon the spiritually disobedient, but offers healing through His Word.
1 Chronicles; Mark 10; Romans 16 — God in Christ is trustworthy and true, worthy of our ‘Amen’.
Matthew 9:35-38; Romans 1:15-17 — The Gospel is the Good News of God’s love for us from Creation to Revelation, focused most clearly in the person and work of Jesus Christ.
Ephesians 2, Romans 1 — God created humanity with purpose: to reveal the image of God and to love in the world as God loves.
1 Corinthians 13 — A close look at agape-love as we live out “love your neighbor.”
Shalom is a rich biblical term variously translated as peace or wholeness.
Romans 8:6-14; Acts 1-2 — Throughout all of scripture, the Holy Spirit is God’s power and presence with us and for us, leading us to obedience.
Isaiah 52; Romans 10 — God’s goodness and faithfulness are Good News to those who are struggling.
Ephesians 1:3-4; Philippians 1:3-11; Romans 12:1-2 — This Confirmation Sunday sermon surveys God’s movement (and love) toward humanity in history.
Philippians 2:1-2; Isaiah 35:1-4a; Romans 16:4-6 — If you are in Christ you will be part of Christ’s ministry of encouragement, guided and corrected by God’s Word.