Sermons on Romans

Sermons on Romans

The “Ninth” Beatitude

Romans 4:7-8 Quotes the psalmist, King David, after he cried out to God for forgiveness. These verses include three different Hebrew words for sin, including the idea of having a twisted, rebellious nature, crossing the line (transgressing), and falling short of God’s commands. Because of Christ’s substitutionary death on our behalf, we can be forgiven of these sins and…

A Meditation on the Gospel

Romans 8 begins with the promise of “no condemnation” and ends with the promise of “no separation.” God demonstrated His love for us by sending Jesus into the world to pay the penalty for our sin and save us from condemnation. When we believe in Him and ask for His forgiveness, we are forever His. Nothing can ever separate us from His love.