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No Condemnation

For those who are in Christ Jesus, now, today, not tomorrow, not next week, not next year, but NOW, there is no condemnation.

Text: Romans 8:1
Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
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Can We Still Believe in Romans 8:28?

There are many things we don’t know. But this we do know: God is at work, and he has not forgotten us.

Text: Romans 8:28
Sermon Series: Keep Believing
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Did I Make a Mistake?

Life is short for all of us, and if any of us had a chance to do it over again, we would probably make some decisions differently. But if we believe in God and his sovereignty, at some point we have to move on.

Text: Romans 8:28; Hebrews 11:8
Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
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When God Prays for You

Many years ago when I pastored a church in suburban Los Angeles, I attended a weekend youth leaders’ conference featuring […]

Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
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When God Prays for You

With this message we come to the final installment in the series called Adventures in Prayer. When we started I […]

Text: Romans 8:26-27
Sermon Series: Adventures in Prayer
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The Seventh Law: What God Starts, He Finishes

We begin with the words of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the German pastor whose opposition to Adolph Hitler during World War II […]

Sermon Series: Seven Laws of the Spiritual Life
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No Separation

All summer long we’ve been climbing. We’ve been talking about what it would finally be like when we reached the […]

Text: Romans 8:38-39
Sermon Series: New Life In Christ (Romans 5-8)
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More Than Conquerors

If you’ve ever done any mountain climbing, you know that as you near the summit, you will often reach a […]

Text: Romans 8:31-37
Sermon Series: New Life In Christ (Romans 5-8)
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The Golden Chain

This is the passage that explains Romans 8:28. That verse is true because these verses are true. Without this passage, […]

Text: Romans 8:29-30
Sermon Series: New Life In Christ (Romans 5-8)
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Why Bad Things Happen to God’s People

This passage contains important news regarding our suffering. It is temporary, educational and ultimately beneficial. Knowing this won’t make our suffering go away, but it gives us a perspective that helps us to keep believing in the midst of hard times.

Text: Romans 8:18-27
Sermon Series: New Life In Christ (Romans 5-8)