A simple life

Sermon November 14, 2004 : Romans 12 (Part 8)

Let’s go to Romans Chapter 2. I think by now most of the congregation can open with their eyes closed the 12th chapter, Romans because we’ve been there for many, many weeks now. We’ve been studying that chapter very, very deep contents and going through different points and examination, the call to Christian life that reflects the values, the character of Jesus Christ, the fruit of the spirit. We’ve also been dealing with Christian service and how Christian service should be conducted in the context of the congregation, what kind of attitudes should permeate the Christian service.  Read More »

Sermon August 29, 2004 : Romans 12 (Part 5)

We are going to continue on verse 9, that’s where we stopped last time if I’m not mistaken. Let’s pick up from there. We are preaching a series of sermons that I have called “horizontal sermons”. We call them horizontal sermons because they not only allude to those things that are related to obvious things of the spirit, such as healing or supernatural manifestations, or displays of God’s power and so on and so forth, but really they refer to things of this earth, relationships, attitudes, character, things that we Christians, so often stumble upon, that are so necessary for a Godly blessed life. We’ve been reading the first 8 verses of Romans, chapter 12, deriving our meditation from these verses. We will continue this today.  Read More »

Sermon July 18, 2004 : A Simple Life (Romans 12:1) Part 4

We’re going to Romans, Chapter 12. We’ve been preaching a serious of sermons on, I call them horizontal sermons, sermons that deal with the daily life of the Christians, both in the context of the church and also in the context of the daily existence in general. We’re going to begin with verse 3:  Read More »

Sermon June 27, 2004 : A simple life (Romans 12:1)

Romans 12 beginning with verse 1: " .... therefore I urge you brothers in view of God’s mercy to offer your bodies as living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God. This is your spiritual act of worship. Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, then you will be able to test and to prove what God’s will is: His good, pleasing and perfect will.  Read More »