Romans 16

Romans 16

Speaker: Frank Vitale

Paul is closing the letter to the Romans with personal greetings, commendations, thankfulness, and warnings.  Paul’s attitudes toward others can assist us in relating to one another.  His warnings are important.  Take careful note of what Paul says and how he communicates; his love for others is clear and he highlights Christian characteristics and lifestyles in ways that can encourage us today.

 

Romans 15

Romans 15

Speaker: Gary Campbell, Jr.

Romans 15 is the ramp down to the final chapter where Paul will extend his greetings to his many ministry associates. Chapter 15 is a continuation of thought from chapter 14 where Paul has been talking about our responsibility to those “weaker” than us as Christians. We'll pick up the devotional thoughts in the final few verse of chapter 14.

Romans 12

Romans 12

Speaker: Gary Campbell, Jr.

Romans 12 is the “so what” of all that Paul has said to this point. He moves from Doctrine to Application and challenges his readers with the high ideal of being “living sacrifices, but then makes it super practical in such statements as “practice hospitality”, or “Do not be conceited.” In being so practical Paul is now spelling out how this changed life through Christ can and ought to be lived.