Sermons from August 2022
Romans 11:11-32 It is here in the book of Romans that we encounter another issue. What are Paul’s readers to make of the fact that Israel has rejected Christ? God’s chosen nation appear to be lost. What is next for them? Will they remain blind to God’s grace forever? Does God still love them? In verses 11-32 of Romans 11, the apostle Paul addresses these burning questions.
Romans 11:1-10 Part 3 of Paul’s argument in Romans 9-11. God’s grace to obstinate Israel is seen in his preserving a remnant. This message reminds us that at the heart of the gospel is grace – God’s kindness to undeserving sinners.
Romans 9:30-10:21 If God has taken the initiative in bringing salvation by grace, through faith, in Christ, how should we respond to God’s sovereign, electing grace? Beginning with Israel’s wrong response, the Apostle Paul encourages us to both believe and to proclaim the gospel message.