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Sermons on “Romans”

Who needs a government?

Why do we need a government – especially in the light of what seems to be constant failure towards the people? Listen how Paul describes how a gospel attitude extends to how we relate to government.

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Metamorphosis

Metamorphosis involves physical change. In nature, we are familiar with the example of a caterpillar that turns into a butterfly. Listen how Paul explains how the life of a Christian will change…

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Serving

All of us have received gifts from God. For example, our faith is a gift. How are Christians expected to serve God with their gifts? Listen how Paul explains…

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Sacrifices

Sacrifices are part of any meaningful relationship. God made a sacrifice for his people. What is the right response we can offer to this sacrifice?

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Spiritual Complacency

Salvation is purely God’s initiative; we can neither earn it nor, once given, forfeit it. However, we need guard against spiritual complacency. Listen how Paul explains…

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Is God playing hide and seek?

The natural tendency with world religions is to look for God in all sort of weird and wonderful places. God is to be found much closer…as a matter of fact, the more the “religious” enthusiasm, the further away God seems to be. Listen to Paul’s explanation…

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Is God fair?

Many struggle with the fairness of God choosing some and not others for salvation, irrespective of whether they deserve it or not. The Apostle Paul also struggled with this idea. Discover how he works through it in Romans 9 to arrive at an even more glorious picture of God…

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Once saved always saved?

Many Christians feel like their relationship with God is precarious, and they are at risk of losing their salvation. Is this possible, according to the bible? Listen to what the Apostle Paul teaches about the certainty of a believer’s salvation from Romans 8

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Are Christians Anti-Gay?

With the increase in the sexual liberation movement, Christians are more and more seen as bigots and homophobes for defending traditional biblical beliefs regarding homosexuality. Do the critics have a point? Must Christians catch up with the rest of the world and stop being so anti-gay? Or is there more to it than that…

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The Christian Hope

Our hope of the future determines how we live in the present. Listen to the hope that a Christian has.

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