Sermons on Romans 15
If we give ourselves daily to the word of God, our hope and joy will be made unshakably strong—even in suffering.
The abiding foundation of our corporate worship is God-centeredness.
The strength to endure comes from the hope before us. And the hope before us comes from the Scriptures.
Zeal for the glory of the Lord is zeal for the glory of his mercy or it isn't missionary zeal—and it isn't holy zeal.
Sanctification is obeying the Commander-in-Chief. Sanctification is a wartime word.
In Paul's ministry, signs and wonders functioned to confirm the gospel. Should we be expecting the same miraculous confirmations of our witnessing today?
What is the pastor's calling? What does this mean for the rest of the church?
What is your life's ambition? How can you know if it is holy?
What convictions drive world missions at Bethlehem Baptist Church?
Why did Paul make another trip to Jerusalem when he expressly wanted to visit the saints in Rome?
Christian fellowship cuts our burdens in half and doubles our joy.
God calls us from time to time, and some of us as a kind of vocation, to strive—to struggle, and wrestle, and persist, and prevail in prayer.
Don't neglect the amazing influence you have in the world through prayer.