Sermons on Romans 12
Any effort to renew our minds must follow the Holy Spirit's initiatives and enablings.
What is wrong with homosexual marriage? Is it possible to believe this and still love homosexual people?
What is the balance between being in the world and yet not of the world?
We were given bodies to make the glory of God more visible, especially through merciful behavior.
Of all the things Paul could have chosen as the foundation of your life in Christ, he picks the mercies of God. Why?
God doesn't tell us to forsake thinking and just listen for messages. He tells us to be changed in the way we think.
God is worshiped when we seek to express and increase our satisfaction in all that he is for us in Jesus Christ.
Paul doesn't want us to try ferreting out the secret will of God that he plans to do, but discern the revealed will of God that we ought to do.
Why doesn't God give everyone the same faith and gifts?
Our true individuality is found only in relationship to the body of Christ.
There is such a thing as objective good and evil outside ourselves.
You can be a liberal hypocrite, and you can be fundamentalist hypocrite. But love is not that way.
Boredom with Christ is blindness. Open your eyes and let him inspire in you a new passion for the cause of life.
God intends for us not merely to do to others as we would have them do to us, but he wants us to feel toward other believers a certain way.
Our homes and apartments should stand constantly ready for strategic hospitality—a readiness to welcome people who don't ordinarily live there.
Does God ever intend for his justice—his right to punish wrong—to be shared with men?