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Romans 12:9 – Let Your Love Be Genuine

Let Your Love Be Genuine – In Romans 12:9 the Apostle Paul beings to outline the marks of a true Christian by explaining that it starts with a love that is genuine. Nathan Tarrant explains what that means, along with asking the question of us all, do we show this genuine love to everyone, as commanded, or do we show apathy?

 

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Romans 12:5-8 Discovering Your Gifts

Discovering Your Gifts – In this last sermon on the gifts of grace, Nathan Tarrant looks at Romans 12:5-8 and clarifies the gifts that are relevant today, and explains how you can discover your gifts, for the glory of God, through Christ.

 

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Romans 12:3-8 You Have Been Given A Gift For A Purpose

You Have Been Given A Gift For A Purpose – Many within reformed theology play down the gifts of the Spirit, primarily due to them being abused by other factions of Christianity. However, the Apostle Paul clearly explains that we have all been given gifts for the purpose of building up the body of Christ. Nathan Tarrant explains we therefore should not ignore the gifts, but embrace them for the glory of Christ.

 

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Romans 12:3-5 The Importance of Having Humility And Unity Within The Church

The Importance of Having Humility And Unity Within The Church – In Romans 12:3-5 Paul starts to address the gifts of grace within the Church, and begins by addressing the importance of everyone being humble and working in unity with each other, for the lifting up of the body of Christ, which is of course, the Church.

 

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Romans 12:2 How To Know The Will Of God For You

How To Know The Will Of God For You –  In Romans 12:2 the Apostle Paul tells us that through the renewing of our minds, we we by testing may discern what is the will of God. Are you a Christian who asks or wonders, what is the will of God for you? Nathan Tarrant clarifies exactly what the will of God is for you, so you no longer need to wonder.

 

Romans 12:2 The Renewing Of Your Mind

The Renewing Of Your Mind – The Apostle Paul tells us that as part of our sanctification we are to be transformed by the renewing, or restoring, of our mind. Nathan Tarrant outlines for us exactly what Paul means by the fact we are to restore our minds, and to what point we are to restore them, and why this is so important for a Christian.

 

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Romans 12:2 The Importance of Sanctification

The Importance of Sanctification – Continuing our look at Romans 12:2, Nathan Tarrant explains the importance of sanctification and how it is one of the 3 things that must be evidenced within a person for them to be saved. While we are saved by faith alone, sanctification is the evidence of that saving faith. As JC Ryle said, without sanctification there can be no salvation. Listen as the importance of sanctification is explained.

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Romans 12:2 Sanctification Through Not Conforming To The World

Sanctification Through Not Conforming To The World – The Apostle Paul tells us in Romans 12:2 that we are not conform to the world, but be transformed by the renewing of our minds. In the first of two sermons, Nathan Tarrant explains what it means to not be conformed to the world and how we can begin taking action to avoid doing such a thing.

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Romans 12:1 Taking Responsibility For Our Actions

Taking Responsibility For Our Actions – Continuing our look at Romans 12:1, Nathan Tarrant explains what the Apostle Paul means when he says we are to present our bodies as a living sacrifice to God. Under Christ we have freedom and choice, and therefore, we have to consider whether we are presenting our bodies as a living sacrifice to God, or as Nathan showed us, are we like Lot who was more interested in presenting himself to the world.

 

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Romans 12:1 – Your Response To God’s Mercies

Your Response To God’s Mercies – As we start the next section of Paul’s letter to the Romans starting in Romans 12:1, Nathan Tarrant asks us, what is our response to the mercies of God shown to us if saved? Have we seriously considered all that God the Father has done for us through His son Jesus Christ, and we are prepared to respond in the only manner that we can?