Posts in Romans
Jesus' Body, Our Bodies, and The Body

Because Jesus mercifully gave up his body for us to be saved, we now have been included in this body, and so use our physical bodies with humility to serve the body of Christ that we have been put into. This service is done with humility, and faith, in accordance with the gifts God has given us.

Romans 12:1-8

6 Aug 2017

Simon Murphy

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Gospel-Centred: A Gospel-Shaped People

God, who is able to strengthen us through the Gospel, is to be praised. The preaching of Jesus Christ brings about the obedience of faith, resulting in Gospel-shaped lives that glorify God. Gospel centredness entails both Gospel truth and lives transformed by the Gospel.

Romans 16:25-27

23 Oct 2016

Jacob Ng

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Gospel-Centred: A Gospel-Shaped People

God, who is able to strengthen us through the Gospel, is to be praised. The preaching of Jesus Christ brings about the obedience of faith, resulting in Gospel-shaped lives that glorify God. Gospel centredness entails both Gospel truth and lives transformed by the Gospel.

Romans 16:25-27

23 Oct 2016

Eugene Low

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The Gospel and the Body of Christ

In this passage, Paul urges the Christians in Rome to protect their unity in the Gospel. They are to welcome one another in humility and servant-mindedness, just as Christ has welcomed them.

Romans 14-16

23 Aug 2015

Jon Ziegler

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RomansCarol Bagary
The Mark of Understanding the Times - Love

The Gospel changes all of life for a Christian. Because of God's redemptive and transforming grace, we present our bodies to Him as worship and live righteously for the Gospel in how we relate with one another and the world.

Romans 12 - 13

16 Aug 2015

Seow Aik Keong

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RomansCarol Bagary
Don't Conform... Be Transformed

The Gospel changes all of life for a Christian. Because of God's redemptive and transforming grace, we present our bodies to Him as worship and live righteously for the Gospel in how we relate with one another and the world.

Romans 12 - 13

16 Aug 2015

Jon Ziegler

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RomansCarol Bagary
The Very Big God of the Gospel

God's promises to Israel have not failed. He remains faithful to His character and Word. These chapters reveal the greatness of God, revealed in His sovereign mercy, saving righteousness, and gracious wisdom.

Romans 9-11

9 Aug 2015

Eugene Low

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RomansCarol Bagary
How does the Gospel give us Hope?

Through the Gospel, we have power over sin and freedom to walk in righteousness. Because we are united with Christ, adopted by God, and in-dwelt by the Spirit, we have an eternal security and hope.

Romans 6-8

2 Aug 2015

Eugene Low

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RomansCarol Bagary
Gospel: The Plight of Man and the Power of God

We need the Gospel because we have all sinned against God and face His righteous wrath for our sin. But God, in His grace, has sent His Son to save us from sin and judgment. We must therefore repent of our sins and put faith in Christ.

Romans 1:1-3:20

19 Jul 2015

Edward Sim

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Why Do We Need The Gospel?

We need the Gospel because we have all sinned against God and face His righteous wrath for our sin. But God, in His grace, has sent His Son to save us from sin and judgment. We must therefore repent of our sins and put faith in Christ.

Romans 1:1-3:20

19 Jul 2015

Eugene Low

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RomansCarol Bagary
Who needs the Gospel?

We need the Gospel because we have all sinned against God and face His righteous wrath for our sin. But God, in His grace, has sent His Son to save us from sin and judgment. We must therefore repent of our sins and put faith in Christ.

Romans 1:1-3:20

19 Jul 2015

Winston Wong

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RomansCarol Bagary
The Church and Baptism

This sermon is to address the first of two ordinances that the local church has. They are baptism and communion. In this passage we explore how baptism is normative in the Christian life, what it is a sign of, and how this grows us in our faith.

Romans 6:1-11

1 Jun 2014

Simon Murphy

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What is the Gospel?

In order to understand the Gospel as "news that brings joy", we need to understand the "bad news" first. We need to know that we have turned away from a good God in rebellion, and that as a result - we are enslaved from sin, we are condemned by God's wrath, and that there is curse on creation. Jesus comes to reverse the effects of all these things. The Gospel is Jesus, who is God the Son, and the Son of God, coming to redeem humanity, and restore the world. The events of the Gospel are the life, death, resurrection and ascension of Jesus. The effects of the Gospel are found in Romans 5:6-11.

Romans 1:1-6, Romans 1:15-17

11 Nov 2012

Tan Huai Tze

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RomansCarol Bagary