Really Good News

Really Good News

Series Conclusion

We conclude our series through Romans in the last chapter, where the Apostle Paul thanks, warns and worships.

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Preferring Others

A conversation about Paul's encouragement to prefer others even beyond ourselves.

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We are Builders

Paul uses a divisive issue within communities of faith to demonstrate the priority of love beyond differences and disagreements.

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Transformation

Paul describes how deep and profound our transformation in Christ truly is.

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Don’t Be Conformed

A conversation about Romans 12:1-2, Paul's encouragement not to be conformed to this world, but instead, be transformed by the renewing of our mind.

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Righteousness by Faith

Righteousness is a free gift received by faith, not something we can merit, earn or achieve.

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Stability and Security

Paul closes the eighth chapter of the book of Romans with this beautiful picture of where we find true stability and security for our lives.

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Thank God for Jesus

The Apostle Paul ends chapter 7 of Romans with an extremely honest description of the internal struggle he experiences. He describes the battle that is continually happening between our spirit and our flesh. He then transitions to chapter 8, where he encourages us to lift our eyes to Jesus, our hope.

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Bearing Much Fruit

The Apostle Paul compares the two covenants (old and new) to the covenant of marriage in Romans 7, and the reality that both of these relationships bear fruit.

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The Right Path

We're no longer under the rule and reign of sin because we're no longer under the law, we're under grace. Grace is the right path, the only good ground for life.

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The Fruit of Peace

Because we're justified, we have peace...which is exactly what we're all craving right now!

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Justification

The deepest touch point of human existence is the issue of justification.

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Introduction

The first part of our series through the book of Romans

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