We, as people, have a tendency to idealize days gone by, to wax all nostalgic about the “good ol’ days. As followers of Jesus we hear talk about how we need to go back to the Early Church and seek
Two weeks ago, on May 12, the Pew Research Center released their findings from interviews they’ve done with more than 35,000 Americans. At first glance, the study “America’s Changing Religious Landscape” paints a very negative picture of the future of the
“Freedom” is a word we hear coming from all corners of our society and around the world. It has been the cry of the human heart for as long as history has been recorded. Most often the word, “Freedom,” causes
Throughout the Gospels we read of the various responses of the people to Jesus. Some loved Him. Others hated Him. Some worshiped Him. Others plotted to kill Him. Some were amused by Him. Others were annoyed by Him. Some gave
We oftentimes talk about the fact that God’s ways are not our ways. There is hardly a more glaring example of this than the Scripture that we will take a look at this morning. Let’s read our Scripture from Romans
This is our ninth study of Paul’s letter to the church in Rome. In the first chapter of Romans we learned that we are “without excuse.” Paul says that God has revealed His eternal power and divine nature to us
Most of us dream of a life free from pain. “Pain” is an experience that is shared by all people. At the same time, there is nothing that we work harder at than to try and free ourselves from pain.
Last week we began our study of Romans 10:5-13. Today, we will finish our study of this powerful section of God?s Word. I want us to take a look at the last five verses of the study that we began