Sermons on Romans 12

Boiling for Christ

Romans 12:11

by John Piper

When it comes to serving Christ, half-heartedness, lukewarmness, laziness, sluggishness, and slothfulness are utterly inappropriate.

The Fruit of Hope: Joy

Romans 12:11-12

by John Piper

Without Christian hope my life and your life cannot yield Christian joy or love or boldness or endurance.

Be Devoted to Prayer

Romans 12:12

by John Piper

Be Constant in Prayer for the Joy of Hope

Romans 12:12 and Ephesians 1:15-23

by John Piper

Lavish Giving, Loving Guests, Living Christ

Romans 12:13

by John Piper

Christ’s promise to meet all of our needs is what frees us from fear and greed and enables us to joyfully share with others.

Live Peaceably with All, If Possible

Romans 12:14-18

by John Piper

Bless Those Who Persecute You

Romans 12:14-21

by John Piper

If you see and savor mercy in Christ, you will love being merciful.

Battling the Unbelief of Bitterness

Romans 12:17-21

by John Piper

Anger is very dangerous. If it takes root in your heart and becomes a grudge or an unforgiving spirit, it can destroy you.

The Present Effects of Trembling at the Wrath of God

Romans 12:19

by John Piper

Believing that God is furious against sin produces a good fear that transforms everything in life.

God's Wrath: "Vengeance Is Mine, I Will Repay," Says the Lord

Romans 12:19-21

by John Piper

We can say at least four things about the wrath of God that will fall on human beings at the final judgment.