The great promise to the believer is that God’s love is stronger than anything that might try to separate you from Him. Whether that is your own sin, or the works of this world, God’s love is so strong that you are forever His. What a joy this is! Be encouraged as you listen to […]
Romans 8 is a tough passage of scripture to wrestle with. Unfortunately, the link to the audio recording of Gabe’s sermon on 8:26-30 is not working. If you would like to hear this message, please email email@example.com and request the file. Thanks!
In Romans 8, we see many implications of the “Spirit-led life” of the Christian. In vv. 14-17 specifically, God’s Word shows us that we have not just been given salvation by God – He has actually adopted us to be His son or daughter. This is what Aaron preached on this past Sunday. However, we had major […]
Gabe brings us back to our series in Romans 5-8 by going through 8:2-13. Listen below to hear more about what the Spirit-led life looks like!
What is the glorious truth of the gospel message? It is that those who are in Christ Jesus are no longer condemned for their sin! What a beautiful understanding of God’s grace. Listen below as Gabe expounds on this pivotal verse in our study in Romans.
Through the grace of God in Christ, Christians are able to live an obedient life by the power of the Holy Spirit. This is called sanctification, and it is a part of the free gift given to us by God’s grace – eternal life. Listen here to see what this means for us!
When you leave one job for a new one, you no longer need to listen to your old boss. His orders no longer apply because he is not in charge of you anymore. It is the same when we come to faith in Jesus – we no longer need to listen to sin because it […]
Listen here to the latest sermon in our series on Romans 5-8, looking at the heart of the gospel message.
We are beginning a new series on the heart of the gospel message, as seen in Romans 5-8. While our sermon from last week gave a summary of Romans 1-5 (the recording was corrupted though… sorry!), here we began to dive deeper into Romans 5, looking at the reality of sin but the greater truth […]