Sermons on “Romans”
Our hope is God’s love for us. What or whom you are hoping in determines your ability to maintain hope. How do we remain hopeful in a hopelessly broken world?
Throughout the pages of Scripture, we are told to put our hope in God – And Philip unpacks Romans 8.18-25, 38-39, Romans 12.12 and Psalm 33.22 to help us.
Is God a killjoy? Isn’t following God just about obeying rules? Jon explores the differences between religion (Matthew 23.35-36) and Jesus (Romans 3.20-22) and the freedom that comes from understanding that we can’t earn God’s acceptance.View Sermon
When God doesn’t do what we want, when we want – does that mean He’s not listening? As we discover that we’re created to serve God (not the other way around!), Jon explores how the bible reveals God’s character in Romans 8.35-39, Isaiah 55.8-9 and Psalm 23.View Sermon
Jon explores the them of hope in Romans 15.8-13. Hope comes from believing in God’s Promises, and looks like us worshipping ‘among the gentiles’. Hope is influential and results in lives being transformed!View Sermon