Sermons on Romans 9
John Piper tells how Romans 9 changed his life and then discusses its overarching theological purpose.
Don’t think that God's sovereignty nullifies the need to pray for a sinner's salvation. Rather, see it as the ground for praying with hope.
Recognizing Israel's privileges only underlines the tragedy that so many Jews are accursed and cut off from Christ because of unbelief.
Every person who trusts in Christ becomes part of the true Israel of God.
God’s election of the children of promise is what guarantees that his word never fails.
God chooses who will believe and undeservingly be saved, and who will rebel and deservingly perish.
Heaven is where old glories only ripen in memory, and the thrill of new glories breaks upon us every day.
The law teaches two things about obtaining salvation.
Faith never says, "The righteousness that leads to life is inaccessible." But faith recognizes its own helplessness and gladly accepts this righteousness as a gift from God.