Sermons on Romans 5
God’s grace is greater than all our sin. It is greater than the condemnation our sin merits, and it is greater than the enslavement our sin creates. Listen as Pastor Ritch finishes the 2nd half of last week’s two-part message from Romans 5:20-6:2.
God’s grace is greater than all our sin. It is greater than the condemnation our sin merits, greater than the enslavement our sin creates, and it covers whatever spiritual debt our sin incurs in our lives. Pastor Ritch teaches the astonishing truth of that statement in this two-part message from Romans 5:20-6:2.
Our world was created in a state of purity and innocence, but that perfection was ruined the moment Adam sinned in the garden of Eden. We cannot turn back the clock on his (and our own) mistakes and failures, but does this mean we will never regain paradise? In this message from Romans 5:12-21, Dr. Ritch Boerckel contrasts the disobedience of Adam with the life-giving obedience of Jesus.
We often hear about the love of God, but how do we know whether He truly loves us? In this message from Romans 5:5-11, Pastor Ritch teaches about the conspicuous love that God displays to His children. It’s a love more faithful than anything our culture offers, and deeper than anything else we can experience. In this passage, we can find a foundation for living out our Christian faith in light of God’s incredible expression of love.
Fear and anxiety are well-worn tools in the devil’s workshop. The devil presses hundreds of different fears and worries against us to lead us away from worship, and in the face of such spiritual and emotional attacks it is easy to lose hope. But as Pastor Ritch explains in this message from Romans 5, our hope in Christ overwhelms all fears and enables us not only to endure but to rejoice in the face of hardship and trials.