Rejoice In Hope – Every day we hope for things to be better in and around our lives; from hoping the weather improves, to hoping a meeting goes well, or hoping someone will enjoy a gift we buy them. Paul tells us in Romans 12:12 to rejoice in hope, so is he telling us to rejoice in our wishful desires? No. Nathan Tarrant explains what it means to rejoice in hope, the hope of the glory of God, and how doing so has a huge impact on our lives.
Be Diligent In Your Walk – In Romans 12:11 the Apostle Paul begins to tell us the attributes of a true Christian. The first being that they are diligent in their walk, by not being slothful in their zeal. Nathan Tarrant explains what this means for us, and what we are to do exactly to be diligent in our walk as followers of Christ.
What It Means To Abhor Evil & Cling To What Is Good – In this final sermon on Romans 12:9, Nathan Tarrant explains in detail what it means exactly to abhor evil. He explains for us what the word of God means by evil, something many do not grasp. To truly love God is to abhor what is truly evil, question is, if you are a Christian, are you prepared to abhor what the word says is evil, but the world says is OK?
Where Our Love Must Start – As Christians we are commanded to love others, and we love because God first loved us. However, there is one aspect of this truth that gets either over looked, or ignored. All our love and goodwill to others is absolutely worthless if we do not start in the right place. Continuing our look at Romans 12:9 Nathan Tarrant explains from scripture where our love must start and why it is vital it starts in that place, if it is to be genuine and we are to know we are truly saved.
How To Let Love Be Genuine – In Romans 12:9 Paul tells us to let love be genuine. Nathan Tarrant explains exactly what this love is and then shows us from scripture how we are to let our love be genuine, through the only example we need, the Lord Jesus Christ.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
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