Romans 10:14-15 – How then will they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how are they to believe in him of whom they have never heard? And how are they to hear without someone preaching? And how are they to preach unless they are sent? As it is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news!”
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This Lord’s Day morning, we build from last week when the Apostle Paul defined the human condition before God – totally depraved with a morally destitute heart, corrupt mind, and captive will. Now, he describes the fruit of such wickedness – ungodly speech and actions showing our guilt before God and need of His Gospel.
This Lord’s Day evening we continue through the book of Mark landing in chapter four and the Parables of The Seeds. Pastor Jon will focus on Mark 4:26-34 and God’s Unshakable Kingdom.
This Lord’s Day morning, we continue our journey through the New Testament book of Romans. The Apostle Paul now brings all of humanity guilty before the bar of God’s justice and does so through scripture. In defining the human condition of guilt before God, we are brought to the truth of our total depravity. We are not just partially depraved. We are dead in sins without any power to reconcile us to the Lord and Paul shows us the depth of depravity.
This Lord’s Day evening, Pastor Jon will resume his sermon series through the book of Mark. We will be in chapter four, the Parable of the Lamp under a basket.
This Lord’s Day morning, we continue our journey through the New Testament book of Romans. The Apostle Paul continues to dismantle the Jewish argument that covenant privileges make them immune to God’s judgment on those who reject the Gospel.
This Lord’s Day morning, we continue our journey through the New Testament book of Romans. The Apostle Paul is now dismissing the Jew who would argue from Paul’s statements in chapter two that the privileges of the Jew do not matter. He would counter the argument showing they matter much as a distinct people but not in salvation.