Romans

Grace Lindale takes an in-depth look at the book of Romans.

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  • So many Christians claim the promise of Romans 8:28, but then get confused when it doesn’t seem that ‘all things work together for good’. There will be suffering in our lives, but God have given us the HOPE of heaven...
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  • So many things in life can get us down and cause us to doubt His love, but God’s Word reminds us time and time again to TAKE HEART. That doesn’t mean the doubts get eliminated, but does mean that God...
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  • Does man choose God or does God choose man? Let’s investigate this subject as I believe we can be comforted by the repeated scriptural evidence that God chooses us based on who God is and not who we are.
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  • God’s grace not only saves us, but sanctifies us, fueling the power behind our sharing the gospel where we live, work, and play.
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  • The history of Israel is a portrait of God’s grace, demonstrating that God keeps His Word and doesn’t abandon those who He has called His own.
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  • So much of life, as a child of God, is like going from dot to dot, where God doesn’t seem to make much sense leading us from one circumstance to the next. But God is taking us on journeys to...
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  • The will of God for one’s life can seem so elusive, but God makes His will clear to His children. God’s will is less about the when, where, and what, and more about the who.
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  • The will of God for one’s life can seem so elusive, but God makes His will clear to His children. God’s will is less about the when, where, and what, and more about the who.
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  • God has given each of His children spiritual gifts that He intends for us to exercise in the local church so that the impact of those can extend beyond the local church. When God’s children choose not to exercise those...
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  • God has created governing authorities for the purpose of order, and the carrying out of His will. To resist our governing authorities is to resist God.
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  • It isn’t too hard to identify gray areas in Christianity. We can all think of disputable matters among Christians. There is a way to deal with disagreement and differences of opinions but it is hard because it has to come...
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  • God has changed us to change the world. World change happens only when our world view changes to expand beyond the isolatio of our four walls. Not everyone is called to missions, but everyone is called to mission.
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  • God has changed us to change the world. World change happens only when our world view changes to expand beyond the isolatio of our four walls. Not everyone is called to missions, but everyone is called to mission.
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