While the people of Jerusalem celebrated the arrival of Israel's long awaited king, the king wept over the people. This text shows us why Jesus cried and what grieves the heart of God.
Paul contrasts Adam with Christ. All that Adam brought into the world. Christ overcame.
Not only does God freely justify sinners by faith alone, he also pours out his blessings on those he graciously justifies.
By Following in the footsteps of Abrahams faith we can discover how we can truly become righteous in God's sight.
By following the footsteps of Abraham's faith we can discover how we can truly become righteous in God's sight.
By following in the footsteps of Abraham's faith we can discover how we can truly become righteous in God's sight.
The saving righteousness of God is available to everyone through faith in Jesus Christ.
The failure to honor God is a universal problem. Both Jews and Gentiles together are under the power of sin and have failed to keep God's law; consequently, no one is righteous.
Paul anticipates and answers Jewish objections to his argument that both Jews and Gentiles will be equally condemned for unrepentant sin apart from faith in Jesus Christ.
Before judging other for their sins, we must understand that we need salvation just as much because God will equally and righteously judge us for our sins.
Before judging others for their sins, we must understand that we need salvation just as much because God will equally and righteously judge us for our sins.
What happens when people keep telling God to get out of their lives? This message will explore what happens when God grants their request.
This message explores the ways people suppress the truth about God in their unrighteousness
This message explains the reason humanity needs salvation so desperately by exploring the nature of divine wrath.
God gives us three mighty resources to strengthen us in our obedience of faith.
Paul gives us several reasons why we should not and cannot be ashamed of the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Jesus had a heart for people. He loved them, and patiently changed them from the inside out. The gospel can take root in us and give us a heart for people just like Christ's.
In this introduction to Paul's letter to the Romans, we will discover several ways the Gospel transforms our lives.
In this introduction to Paul's letter to the Romans, we will discover several ways the gospel transforms our lives.
Don't worry or become angry when the wicked prosper. It won't last. They will be judged and God's truth will be vindicated. Simply trust and delight in God. Commit all your ways to him as you wait for him to act. He always wins in the end.