Wednesday PM Bible Study

Title Date Author

Romans- Part 40

It is possible for a believer who sincerely desires to serve Christ faithfully to be so defeated that he despairs of ever finding the rest, peace, and abundant life promised in the New Testament. Is there any hope? Only in Christ Jesus!

2016-03-04 Pastor Steve Spuler

Romans- Part 38

Romans 7:14 mentions two very important words: spiritual and carnal. In Paul's writings, when these two words are applied to people they refer to believers. They may both be believers, but the difference between them are significant. God will be the judge of what kind of believers we are, but we must evaluate ourselves honestly before Him.

2016-02-11 Pastor Steve Spuler

Romans- Part 37

The Law is not the problem; our sin natures are the problem. There is a time when our sin natures are relatively dormant- until the Law awakens them. These thoughts, and more, are considered in Romans 7:7-13.

2016-02-04 Pastor Steve Spuler

Romans- Part 36

Was Paul speaking of himself in Romans7? Does the experience of Rom. 7 pertain to the believer or the unbeliever? What are the dangers involved in the believers' relationship to the Law? Before moving forward into Romans 7:7-13 thesa are three important issues to consider.

2016-01-28 Pastor Steve Spuler

Romans- Part 35

In Romans 7:1-6 the apostle Paul proclaims the believer's freedom from the Law. The analogy he uses to illustrate the point is the fact that death breaks the marriage bond between a husband and wife. The choice is clear- we are either under the Law or under grace.

2016-01-21 Pastor Steve Spuler

Romans- Part 34

What is the fruit of sin? Put simply, sin bears no good fruit. Serving sin leads to death, while serving righteousness leads to everlasting life. Death is the wages of sin, but eternal life is the gift of God!

2016-01-15 Pastor Steve Spuler

Romans- Part 33

In Romans 6:16-19 we find two masters compared and contrasted. Those two masters are sin and righteousness (found in Christ). As we consider carefully the comparisons and contrasts given in this passage we get a clear picture of what our service to each is like. Let us serve Christ!

2016-01-15 Bro. Mike Koppola

Romans- Part 32

In Romans 6:15-18 Paul tells us that not only habitual sin, but also individual acts of deliberate sin are not for us as believers. We were once the slaves of sin, but we must serve sin any longer. Yet, we do at times sin. How are we to reconcile the awesome truths of this passage with our own life experience?

2015-12-17 Pastor Steve Spuler

Romans- Part 31

Paul clearly identifies our bodies as being the vehicles of our sinful choices. Sin can never be cured from the outside in- by dealing with the body. Thank God, it is possible for the members of our bodies to be instruments of righteousness.

2015-12-10 Pastor Steve Spuler

Romans- Part 30

The message of the cross has both a death side and a life side. The death side must be known first, but the life side is where we must orient ourselves. The new life that is in us means that we can indeed do all things through Christ Who strengthens us. This means that we are not powerless in the face of temptations and the sins that have bound us.

2015-12-04 Pastor Steve Spuler