Sermons on Romans 15

How the Spirit Sanctifies

Romans 15:14-21

by John Piper

Sanctification is obeying the Commander-in-Chief. Sanctification is a wartime word.

A Pastor's Offering to God of Holy People

Romans 15:14-21

by John Piper

What is the pastor's calling? What does this mean for the rest of the church?

By Signs and Wonders: Where Christ Has Not Been Named

Romans 15:14-21

by John Piper

In Paul's ministry, signs and wonders functioned to confirm the gospel. Should we be expecting the same miraculous confirmations of our witnessing today?

Holy Ambition: to Preach Where Christ Has Not Been Named

Romans 15:18-24

by John Piper

What is your life's ambition? How can you know if it is holy?

A Passion for the Supremacy of Christ—Where He Is Not Named

Romans 15:20

by John Piper

What convictions drive world missions at Bethlehem Baptist Church?

Joy+Debt = A Two-Thousand-Mile Detour to Jerusalem

Romans 15:20-28

by John Piper

Why did Paul make another trip to Jerusalem when he expressly wanted to visit the saints in Rome?

Resting and Wrestling for the Cause of Christ—Together

Romans 15:28-33

by John Piper

Christian fellowship cuts our burdens in half and doubles our joy.

Incentives to Strive in Prayer

Romans 15:30

by John Piper

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.