Romans 8:26-39 And so today we come to the last of our series on the promises of God from these few chapters of the book of Romans.
Romans 8:12-25 So after all his talk of grace taking the place of law in control of our lives and our destinies, after all the talk of freedom from addiction to sin, and from the condemnation that is the logical consequence of the harm that we do one another and the world – after all this talk of freedom, suddenly Paul changes tack.
“Brothers and sisters, we are debtors”
Listen! Romans 7:15-25a | Matthew 11:25-30 Last week we talked about how Paul describes the fundamental difference between the status, the reality, of the believer, the one who is, and knows that he or she is, no longer under law; no longer bound by the rules of transaction, of “if I do this then God will…”;
Listen! Romans 6:12-23 So today we begin a new series of services in which we’re going to be focussing on these three amazing chapters in the book of Romans, and in particular on the promises of God found in this, often convoluted, certainly very compact, piece of writing.