Sermons on Romans 8
The death of Christ does not turn away the wrath of God from all people. In order to benefit from the work that God has done outside of us, we must now experience the work that he does within us by the Holy Spirit. What is this work and how is it related to the gift of justification?
If you are in Christ, all of God's action toward you is almighty mercy and omnipotent assistance.
God lives in the soul of man by the indwelling of his Spirit.
We need to know the experiences of Old Testament saints in order to understand the immensity of our privilege in these last days.
If we are unmerciful, unforgiving people, if we hold grudges or cherish resentments or plan revenge, then what we are saying in effect to God is, "This is the way I prefer life to be."
The law can't overcome your rebellion and make you a loving person. But the Spirit can.
What are the essential distinctions between true Christians and non-Christians?
If the Spirit of God indwells you, God is going to raise you from the dead at Christ's second coming and give new life to your mortal bodies.
The Holy Spirit testifies that we are children of God by creating affections for him within us.
Suffering is a great mercy that keeps us from loving this world more than we should.
There is coming a day when our bodies are going to be redeemed and there will be no more groaning.
What will things be like after Jesus returns?