Today we take a look a back at Romans 7.
Today we look at Romans 15, verses 17-21
We continue in Romans chapter 15, with a discussion of Paul's method of approaching the Jew's with the gospel first, before going to the Gentiles.
We continue in Romans 15.
Today's study is a look at Romans 15, verses 1-7.
Picking up in Romans 14:13, today's discuss wisely using the liberty we have in the Grace of God, as to not offend a weaker believer.
We will all stand before God one day. Today we discuss what we've been taught that would look like and what that actually might look like.
We take a look in Romans 14, Paul's admonition to not argue over doubtful things.
Robert Little takes a look at Philip, one of the men called to serve the early church. A man filled with the Holy Spirit.
Continuing in Romans chapter 13, we look at Paul's commands as they relate to money, interest, and debt.
We are called to obey the laws of the land and to pray for and speak well of our government and authorities. The Apostle Paul shows a higher motivation for following the instruction of Romans 13:1-7.
Fight or Flight? When someone offends us, the apostle Paul instructs something completely different as we close out Romans chapter 12.
We look at Romans 12:16 and it's call to be of the same mind.
Today we are looking at Romans 12:15, and Paul's teaching on sharing in each other's joy and sorrow.
Today we are looking at Paul's command in Romans 12:14, to bless your enemies.