Sermons from June 2018

Sermons from June 2018

For in it God's righteousness is revealed from faith to faith just as it is written: the righteous will live by faith.

Romans 1:13-32

Review Who started the church in Rome? No one knows, but the result was errors in the faith. “Paul knew the Roman church had come into existence without the authoritative leadership of an Apostle of the Lord … and he wanted to add validity to their existence by instructing them in the faith through his epistle. He also desired to deposit a compendium of theological truth and the capital city of the empire was the natural place to do so”…
Romans 1:9-10

Romans 1:1-12

Romans – the Meat and Potatoes of Christianity. Romans – the Consititution of Christianity. Romans has 16 chapters, the longest of Paul’s letters. Romans is considered by many to be Paul’s Magnum Opus or the greatest work of his life. The early church saw Romans as the most significant letter that Paul wrote and today it is thought to be the most ordered, complete, and comprehensive statement from his pen. It is believed he wrote it on or about 57…
2 Thessalonians 3:5

2 Thessalonians 3:1-18

Review Thessaloniki, named after Alexander the Great’s half sister, the wife of King Cassander of Macedon. Her name came from her father Phillip II on the day of his victory, the day of her birth, over the Phocians with help from Thessalian horsemen and nike means victory in Greek. Nike shoes/victory shoes. Thessaloniki became known as Thessalonica after the fall of the kingdom of Macedon in 168 BC under the Roman rule. 2:13 from the beginning “Before time The Trinity…
2 Thessalonians 2:13

2 Thessalonians 2:1-17

The Bible Project’s study on the Day of the Lord was referenced during this message. Find additional notes from the Bible Project here.