Sermons on Romans
This morning, we will discover the hope that comes to us through the birth of Jesus Christ.
Prayer really is the way you demonstrate faith in God’s Word and trust in His will. You truly cannot prioritize God’s will without praying.
Taking a deeper look at serving, reaching outward beyond ourselves. A true servant wants to please the master.
God’s mercy has given us the chance to die to ourselves and come alive in Christ. So be a living sacrifice that no longer conforms to the patterns of this world. The world around us is deceptive, selfish, angry, and foolish. As followers of Jesus Christ, these cannot be the patterns we live by.
Life is full of distractions, trials, and temptations that can ruin your life. The only way we are able to navigate through all of it is to allow the Spirit of God to fill us, seal us, and empower us to have self-control.
Everyone will produce some kind of fruit, whether it’s good or bad. And we will be identified by that fruit.
As we prepare our hearts for the celebration of Christ’s arrival, let allow His love to penetrate our hearts, and let’s put into practice His love flowing through us.
The basis of the Christian faith is this bold, audacious hope that God is at work in our lives.
Worship the One True God because worship is an act of love to a Father God who is love.
Being a disciple of Jesus Christ means we learn to live with a different value system than the world. We only worship the One True God.