Sermons on Romans 4

The Greatest Thing in the World: An Overview of Romans 1–7

Romans 1:1 - 7:25

by John Piper

Because of Christ there is no condemnation, only deep transformation.

The Mighty and Merciful Message of Romans 1-8

Romans 1:1 - 8:39

by John Piper

How Is It Right to Justify the Ungodly?

Romans 3:20 - 4:5

by John Piper

We unseat judges with indignation who acquit the guilty. Our moral sensibility is outraged when wrong and guilt are given legal sanction. Yet at the heart of our gospel stands the sentence: God justifies the ungodly who trust in him.

God Justified the Ungodly

Romans 3:21 - 4:8

by John Piper

Being justified means being forgiven, being reckoned righteous, being loved by God, and being secured by God forever.

How Do Circumcision and Baptism Correspond?

Romans 4:9-12

by John Piper

The way God constituted his people under the old covenant is different than how he does it today.

The Children of Abraham Are Heirs of the World

Romans 4:13-15

by John Piper

What does it mean to be an heir of the world?

The Faith - Grace - Certainty Connection

Romans 4:16-21

by John Piper

Your faith is called into being out of nothing. That is the meaning of grace and the reason why God can guarantee his promises to you.

Battling Unbelief at Bethlehem

Romans 4:20-21

by John Piper

Fight against sin by fighting against unbelief in the promises of God.

The Purpose and Perseverance of Faith

Romans 4:22-25

by John Piper