Every once in awhile, God's sense of humor shows up as we're working our way through a book. This week, in anticipation of April 1st, we see Paul discussing the foolishness of exchanging the truth of God for the lies of this world. How can we avoid living in folly and instead walk in wisdom? You'd be a fool to miss this Sunday as we continue our discussion in Romans!
If we are being honest, one of the things many Christians struggle with is the idea of God's wrath. We ask, "What about that guy who never hears about Jesus?" It seems unjust that God would send people to Hell who have never heard about Jesus. Our text this week explains why not only is this just, but how amazing it is that we didn't end up in the same place. Hope you can join us Sunday at 10 - either in person or via the livestream!
Within our faith, we have certain words that we like to use and far too often we assume that people know what they mean. Such is the case this week as we look at Romans 1:17. What is God's righteousness? How can we see it? And, most importantly, what does it even matter? Hope you can join us Sunday at 10 am (either in person or via our livestream) as we learn that the gospel not only shows us God's righteousness but in turn, that tells us how to live. See you then - either online or in person!
Last week, we ended with the truth that the gospel is big enough to save anyone, no matter who they are. Why does Paul then follow this up with the statement that this salvation is first to the Jew and then to the Gentile? Hope you can join us Sunday at 10 am (either in person or via our livestream) as we learn that this glorious gospel isn't just for one people but for all the nations.
It's been said that Romans is the most complete treatment of Gospel that Paul wrote during his ministry. With verses like Romans 1:16-17, it's not hard to understand why people would say that. This Sunday, we'll start a three week walk through these verses with the goal of seeing just how amazing the gospel truly is.