Sermons on Righteousness

Sermons on Righteousness

What then shall we say? Is God unjust? Not at all!

Romans 9:1-33

REVIEW: 7:24-25 We need to be rescued from our sins which are leading us directly to death. Who will rescue us? There is only one who will rescue us – Jesus Christ. Why does it take time to complete the rescue to rid the body of sin? Because we knew very little of all corruption or sin we had inside. Jesus and the Holy Spirit knew so we have Philippians 1:6 He who began a good work in you will…
For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life.

Romans 6:15-23

Who do you belong to? Who do you follow? REVIEW: Paul’s confession in 1 Timothy 1:13-15 Although born into Adam’s family, into sin, we are reborn into Jesus’ family and Jesus says in John 10:27-28 Question asked in 6:1 and answered in 6:2 By no means! (All other versions: God forbid! Certainly not! Absolutely not! Heaven forbid! May it never be! By no means! That’s unthinkable! What a ghastly thought! What a terrible thought!) 6:11-12 …count yourselves dead to sin…
For sin shall no longer be your master, because you are not under the law, but under grace.

Romans 6:1-14

Sanctification: This is no game of “Let’s Pretend” REVIEW: 5:20-21 Sin results in death. Death was the final result of Adam’s family, but now (!) life eternal is the result for those who believe in Jesus Christ and have joined His family. The sins of Adam’s life did not condemn us, but his one sin, his original sin. So it is with Jesus, His one act of going to the cross and dying paid the price for all of our…
Abraham believed God, and it was credited to him as righteousness.

Romans 4:1-12

REVIEW Chapter 3 v1-3-5-7 all questions Paul came up with that he believed he would need to answer from those in Rome, especially Jews v2-4-6-8 all answers to the questions; 3:4 and 3:6 he says Certainly not! or May it never be! showing great disgust at these particular questions he expects to receive. v9 States all of us, past, present, future are all under sin, that we are all innately sinful. v10-18 In nine verses Paul shows fourteen sins (categories)…