Sermons on Romans
Romans 6 Knowing that we are dead to sin and that we should live as if we are alive to God through Christ is great, but how do we do this, practically? Pastor Rod Bunton continues in Romans Chapter 6 and a careful examination of the doctrine of Sanctification, another work of the Holy Spirit.
Romans 6 Being dead to sin, no longer a slave to it, also comes with something wonderful: life in Christ. Pastor Rod Bunton continues in Romans Chapter 6 and a careful examination of the doctrine of Sanctification, another work of the Holy Spirit.
Romans 6 One of the benefits of justification is that we are no longer slaves to sin, which has an important influence on our sanctification. Pastor Rod Bunton dives into Romans Chapter 6 as he continues a careful examination of the doctrine of Sanctification, another work of the Holy Spirit.
Luke 21:8-11 ~ After having foretold the destruction of the temple, Jesus’ followers asked him, “When will these things be?” Pastor Rod Bunton teaches about the first of several answers that Jesus gives to help identify the signs of His coming.
Romans 1:1-7, 15-17 ~ Tuesday, October 31st, marks the 500th anniversary of a seminal event in the history of Protestantism when Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the Schloßkirche (Castle Church) in Wittenberg, Germany, criticizing the doctrines of the Catholic Church and helping to spark the Protestant Reformation. Pastor Rod Bunton explores the most important of five “solas” that grew out of these theses and explains why the righteous shall live by faith, and faith alone,…
Hebrews 11:8, Romans 3:27-4:8 ~ Can we defend “grace through faith alone” in the old testament? Senior Pastor Rod Bunton explains that Abraham was under the same sin that affects us today and the solution is the same.
Romans 8:1 Link to Sermon by John McArthur: Thinking Biblically About the Economy, Government and Your Money