Sermons on Romans 14

How to Welcome a Weak Brother

Romans 14:1-6

by John Piper

How can a church hold together when some of its members are so different from one another?

Jesus Is Precious Because Through Him We Become Authentic

Romans 14:1-9

by John Piper

We don't have a deep sense of peace and fulfillment when we have successfully deluded everybody about who we really are or what we really feel or think. There is a deep (and I believe God-given) longing to be authentic, not to be hypocrites.

Each One Should Be Fully Convinced in His Own Mind

Romans 14:1-9

by John Piper

There are a hundred things we can disagree on in which both convictions can be done to the glory of God.

Is There a “Lord’s Day”?

Romans 14:1-9

by John Piper

Setting apart a day of rest testifies to a self-reliant world that our work does not save or define us, Christ does.

The Relationship Between Diversified Domestic Ministries and Frontier Missions

Romans 14:1-13

by John Piper

The ultimate goal of the church is to reflect and display the glory and worth of God. Missions is a means, not an end.

We Will All Stand Before the Judgment of God

Romans 14:10-13

by John Piper

Love your brother and help him get to heaven, instead of judging him and making it harder.

Do Not Destroy the Work of God

Romans 14:14-23

by John Piper

Faith is what really matters in Christian behavior, not just whether you accomplish certain things or abstain from others.

The Kingdom of God is Righteousness and Peace and Joy in the Holy Spirit

Romans 14:16-19

by John Piper

The kingdom produces more than Christian liberty. It governs how you use your liberty too.

Whatever Is Not from Faith Is Sin

Romans 14:23

by John Piper

Anything, absolutely any act or attitude which is owing to a lack of trust in God is sin, no matter how moral it may appear to men. God looks on the heart.