Sermons from May 2020
Sermon Scripture: Romans 6 Into: Let’s take a walk Walking in a new life means we have buried the old one. (V. 1-4) Christ died, putting sin away from us. Don’t put something old on something new (Matthew 9:16-17) If you say you are a Lions fan, then prove it. Walking with Jesus means that death no longer is in control. (V. 5-11) Dead to sin (1 Corinthians 3:1-3) Let all malice be put away (Eph. 4:31) Walking in righteousness How COVID has affected us
Sermon Scripture: Romans 5 There is peace in justification. (v.1-5) Paul’s life Peace in suffering (2 cor 11:24-26, Philippians 1:21) Peace because of the Holy Spirit There is peace when we are loved. (v.6-11) Two women who met Jeus (John 4:13; 8:10-11) While we were still weak sinners Christ died for us Saved from experiencing God’s wrath There is peace in overcoming. (v.12-17) The prodigal son (Luke 15:19) Man’s sin was a huge obstacle A costly free gift There is How COVID has affected us
Romans 3:21-4:25 Intro: What’s on your fridge? The lists capture the “to-do’s” in our life. (Romans 3:21-22;27-28;4:4-5,15) Exodus 20:1-17, Matthew 22:37-40 Romans 3:19-20 The pictures capture memories we don’t want to forget. (Romans 4:1-3,9-12) Genesis 12:1-4 Genesis 17:9-14 Rom 4:11 The artwork captures grace because most of us produce stuff only mom could love. (Romans 3:23-24;29-31;4:16) Rom 4:18-19 Rom 3:23-24 God’s grace is the magnet that holds all believers in place.
Sermon Scripture: Romans 1:18-3:20 The need for grace is because humans have rejected God. There is no acceptable excuse for not knowing God, yet we still look for one. (1:18-20) God gave us up to “dishonorable passions,” He didn’t force them on us. (1:21-26) Paul is speaking to us all, but we like to think he is talking about “sinners.” (2:1,3-4)) We are all sinners and that is why we need and should be thankful for grace. (3:10-18) The one How COVID has affected us