Paul opens chapter 16 by commending Phoebe to the Roman Church. They are to receive and support for she is carrying the letter to them, is their sister in Christ,…
God has called each of us to ministry. As we walk out that calling in faith, we often think that our plans will unfold in a certain way. Paul knew…
God has called and gifted each of us for ministry. Yes, some to ordained ministry, but the majority of us to lay ministry. Christ works through each of us by…
We are called to accept one another in Christ, both Jews and Gentiles, as Christ has accepted us in the Gospel, so that we may glorify God together. God has…
As Paul continues to urge the Romans to unity within the church, he turns to God’s purpose for bringing us together. All that God does is done for His glory,…
In these verses Paul builds on his point that those who are strong in faith with regard to secondary issues have the greater responsibility towards brothers and sister who are…
Again, following another call not to judge one another with regard to secondary convictions, Paul now calls the strong in faith to not deliberately trip up the weaker brother. This…
Easter Day is the true Day of Days! It is the day when the tomb where Jesus' dead body was laid, was found empty with the first eyewitnesses being women.…
With regard to secondary issues, we are to welcome one another because Jesus is Lord. Since He is the Lord, we are not to judge one another regarding actions that…
Moving into chapter 14, Paul turns to matters of conscience and second-tier issues. These issues are often great disrupters to unity in the church. In the context of the Roman…
This past Sunday, we were blessed to have Bishop Ben Fischer minister the Word to us. He preached on the end of Romans 13, where Paul takes a moment to…
Moving from describing how Christians ought to relate to the government, Paul returns to focusing on how Christians ought to relate to other people. He states that Christians are to…
Romans 13:1-7 is a well known and challenging passage about how we are to relate to government. While it does not cover everything the Bible has to say about human…
As Chapter 12 concludes, Paul continues to exhort his listeners to love. He calls Christians to love even their enemies and to not repay evil for evil. This is in…
As Paul just stated in 12:5, we are “individually, members one of another” in the body of Christ/the family of God. We are because God is love and has loved…
God’s mercy towards us not only moves us to humility towards Him, but humility towards our brothers and sisters in Christ. The context of our transformation by the renewing of…
The mercy of God moves us to not only offer our bodies as living sacrifices, it also compels us to be transformed from the inside out according to the will…
The first 11 chapters of Romans tell us everything that God has done for us in the Gospel of His Son Jesus. Now Paul turns to what we should do,…
As we celebrate the Christmas season, it is important to remember why it is that the Son took on flesh and was born as Jesus. This is what we see…
John the Baptist came to prepare the way for Jesus. He knew who he was: a messenger, and who he was not: the Messiah. As Christians, it is vital for…
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