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Romans 12:17-21 The Love of God In Us Shown To Others

The Love of God In Us Shown To Others – In this sermon Nathan Tarrant explains what it means in Romans 12:17-21 when the Apostle Paul says we are not only to not repay evil with evil, but we are heap burning coals upon the heads of those who do evil against us.

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Romans 12:16 Never Be Wise In Your Own Sight

Never Be Wise In Your Own Sight – In Romans 12:16 the Apostle Paul tells us to never be wise in our own sight. This means not to rely upon our own wisdom, our own reasoning. Nathan Tarrant explains why relying upon our own reasoning is counter-intuitive to the word of God, as he outlines what true wisdom really is, and how we know that we have it.

 

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Romans 12:15-16 Understanding The Marks of A True Christian

Understanding The Marks of A True Christian – Nathan Tarrant looks at Romans 12:15-16 and explains that the marks of the true Christian, can only be shown in a person, because of what God alone does. A Christian can only rejoice when others rejoice and weep when other weep, because of the work of God.

 

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Romans 12:14 – Why We Should Bless Those Who Persecute Us

Why We Should Bless Those Who Persecute Us – In Romans 12:14, The Apostle Paul tells us to bless those who persecute, bless and not curse. Nathan Tarrant explains not only that persecution will happen if you are a true Christian, and why,  but also what it means to bless those who do persecute, and why it is imperative that we do bless and not curse.

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Romans 12:13 Contributing To The Needs Of Others

Contributing To The Needs Of Others – In Romans 12:13 Paul tells us that we are to contribute to the needs of the saints and seek to show hospitality. Nathan Tarrant clarifies exactly how we are to apply this into our lives, but also, he outline why we are to do both, because God has done both to those who are saved, first.

Romans 12:12 be constant in prayer

Romans 12:12 Be Constant In Prayer

Be Constant In Prayer –  In Romans 12:12 the Apostle Paul tells us to be constant in prayer. Nathan Tarrant explains why this is important for our relationship with God the Father, Jesus Chris the son, and the Holy Spirit, and how it relates to our life as a Christian.

 

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Romans 12:12 Be Patient In Tribulation

Be Patient In Tribulation – In Romans 12:12 Paul continues to tell us what the traits of a true Christian are. Nathan Tarrant looks at the next on the list, that of being patient in tribulation, and he explains not only why it is important to be patient, but also why it is sinful to ever pray for our tribulations to end.

 

Romans 12:12 rejoice in hope

Romans 12:12 Rejoice In Hope

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.

Romans 12:10 be diligent in your walk

Romans 12:11 Be Diligent In Your Walk

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.

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Romans 12:9 -What It Means To Abhor Evil & Cling To What Is Good

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?