Sermons on Romans 16

Commending and Welcoming Radical Risk-Takers for Christ

Romans 16:1-7

by John Piper

What can we learn from how Paul sends his greetings?

Carry My Love to My Beloved

Romans 16:5-16

by John Piper

Christians are precious to each other when they feel deeply what they have been saved from.

Watch Out for Those Who Lead You Away from the Truth

Romans 16:17-20

by John Piper

Watch out for smooth-talking pastors, no matter how popular, if they do not manifestly prize the whole counsel of God.

The God of Peace Will Soon Crush Satan Under Your Feet

Romans 16:17-20

by John Piper

Satan gets one mention in the book of Romans just to remind us: he's doomed.

Thank God for an Inspired Bible

Romans 16:21-23

by John Piper

God Strengthens Us by the Gospel

Romans 16:25-27

by John Piper

God uses his gospel to strengthen believers so that they will persevere in faith and draw all attention to his glory.

Command of God: the Obedience of Faith

Romans 16:25-27

by John Piper

How does justifying faith manifest itself in the life of a believer?

The Great Work of the Only Wise God

Romans 16:25-27

by John Piper

God is infinitely able to know the best possible outcome of any situation and then achieve it.

To Him Be Glory Forevermore

Romans 16:25-27

by John Piper

What is God's glory, and what is its role throughout the book of Romans?

Jesus Christ in the Book of Romans

A Final Prayer

Romans 16:27

by John Piper

John Piper preaches a prayer as his final sermon in the book of Romans.