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  • Romans 2:17-24 Series

    Contributed by John Shearhart on Apr 22, 2010
    based on 3 ratings

    God's judgment on the religious man

    Romans 2:17-24 John Shearhart April 25, 2010 Introduction A rather pompous-looking deacon was endeavoring to impress upon a class of boys the importance of living the Christian life. "Why do people call me a Christian?" the man asked. After a moment's pause, one youngster said, "Maybe it's more

  • Don't You Get It

    Contributed by Jeffrey Sims on Sep 5, 2015

    Hopefully this sermon would get people to look at themselves and realize that we should reserve judgment about others and the congregation would begin to realize that their relationship with Christ is what really matters.

    Don’t you get it? Romans 2: 17 – 23 I. Are we judging people by a higher standard that we ourselves don’t live up to, do we tend to take on an attitude of privilege or perhaps a holier than thou attitude? 1. We may think this text is just for the Jews • In Galatians more

  • Meddlin'

    Contributed by Rick Pendleton on Oct 11, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    Preachin' is when the preacher steps on OTHER PEOPLE'S toes. When he sticks the bony finger of conviction in YOUR face, he has "done quit preachin' and gone to meddlin'" This sermon is Meddlin'

    Meddlin’ Romans 2 In chapter one, where we have been studying for the past two weeks, Paul preached a VERY STERN message against the Gentile heathens who did not believe God because they rejected the witness of creation and conscience. God said they may not have the law… or the more

  • When Religion Isn't Enough Series

    Contributed by David Owens on May 13, 2019

    True religion isn't about external rituals, but it is about relationship and wholehearted devotion.

    A. One day, many years ago, a well-respected British minister took the trolley early Monday morning from his home in the suburbs to the church in downtown London. 1. He paid the driver as he got on the trolley, and being pre-occupied with his busy schedule and the needs of his church he didn’t more

  • God Is Always Looking At The Heart Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Jun 7, 2010

    God desires a relationship with people and we are to have a relationship with God, but when we brag about our relationship with God we are elevating ourselves above everyone else which is a sin!

    How many of you believe that God desires a relationship with people? Why would God create people if He doesn’t want a relationship with them? Now, is it right or wrong to brag about a relationship with God? When one brags about a relationship with God, is the focus on God or self?? more

  • Grace And False Assurances Series

    Contributed by Martin Wiles on Mar 21, 2011

    Religion is about a relationship, not adhering to a set of rules and placing our confidence in them or anything else.

    Grace And False Assurances Romans 2:17-24 I. The Jews False Assurance A. Have you ever received false assurances? 1. Imagine the child who receives false assurances from the parent who does not have custody but only visitation rights. 2. Dad promises to pick them up at a certain time or take more

  • Romans, Part 6 Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Jan 24, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    Paul continues to address the church by dismissing the very traditional of circumcision; stating the importance coming from Deut 30:6 that declares it is our hearts that must be changed, not just our physical bodies!

    Romans, Part 6 Romans 2:17-29 Introduction - This letter is given to the believer who is interested in growing in Christ - It is not a rebuke, but an education from Paul who is living in Christ - He is encouraging the church to grow; to seek; and to obey God’s will - Religion is more

  • No Excuses - Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Scott Kircher on Jun 12, 2011
    based on 15 ratings

    Several weeks ago, we saw that those who do not believe in God and ultimately do not trust in Christ have no excuse for not believing and for not living their lives in glory to God. Now Paul turns to the Jews, the religious people of the day, who thought

    No Excuses – Part 2 Romans 2:1-29 Slide Several weeks ago we began this series called “Summer in Rome” and we learned in the first message that the Gospel is the Power of God for salvation and for righteous living. It is only through trusting in Christ that we can be saved and only through more

  • It’s An Inside Job Series

    Contributed by Curry Pikkaart on Jul 7, 2011

    What, or who, is on the inside is one of hte most important determinates or detriments to living between the lines.

    “Between the Lines: It’s An Inside Job” Romans 2:11-29 A robbery occurred in the branch bank where we did our banking. Law enforcement officers stated that the evidence pointed towards an “inside job.” The crime had been carried out in such a way that only someone who knew the bank from the more

  • The Religious Lost!

    Contributed by Brian Archer on Aug 8, 2001
    based on 64 ratings

    Our title of "Christian" is meaningless if our hearts don’t match our claim.

    The Religious Lost! Romans 2:17-29 I. They Lack Humility 2:17-20 II. They Lack Obedience 2:21-24 III. They Lack Understanding 2:25-29 Introduction In his book, Early Christians of the 21st Century, Chad Walsh wrote: Millions of Christians live in a more

  • Where Do You Place Your Trust?

    Contributed by Michael Luke on Nov 3, 2001
    based on 65 ratings

    Our trust cannot rest in our heritage, our knowledge of the Bible, or outward symbols of faith but must rest in Jesus Christ.

    TEXT: ROMANS 2:12-29 TITLE: “WHERE HAVE YOU PLACED YOUR TRUST?” INTRODUCTION: A. What if I asked you to go flying with me? You would probably ask me if I was a pilot. I say, “Sure.” You ask, “Where did you learn to more

  • Why Religion Will Never Save You! Series

    Contributed by Kyle Sullivan on Nov 10, 2014

    Religion—is man’s best attempt to get to God.

    Religion—is man’s best attempt to get to God. Eight Characteristics of the Religious Person: 1) They rely on a Label. Jew—means a praises or he who praises God! 2) They depend upon Rules and Regulations. Fact: The law has never saved anybody! John more

  • The Rational Mind Deceived

    Contributed by Scott Spencer on Jan 28, 2012

    What is it about the idea of God that makes many people uncomfortable? The idea of God does make many people feel that way, you know. For a country that has "In God We Trust" on its money, we are pretty confused about what kind of God we trust.

    9th The Rational Mind Deceived Romans 1:18-23 January 22, 2012 The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of men who suppress the truth by their wickedness, since what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to more

  • The Great Charade

    Contributed by Jimmy Dillon on Nov 14, 2011

    Looking at how believers must be serious abou their relationship with Christ and not be a pretender.

    The Great Charade Romans 2:1-29 Introduction We continue today to look at Romans and we will look at all of Chapter 2 because there is a theme woven throughout these 29 verses What is that theme? The Great Charade – title of my message This letter was written to whom? The Roman more

  • Religion Without Reality Series

    Contributed by Don Emmitte on Aug 11, 2014

    Many people seem to be content to trust their own efforts and religious practices to make them acceptable before God. We need to be aware that religious activities are only good when they express an inner reality.

    Religion Without Reality Romans 2:17-29 Romans Series (Part 6) Sermon by Don Emmitte, Grace Restoration Ministries Take Your Bibles Please… But if you call yourself a Jew and rely on the law and boast in more