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Romans 11:22 Note The Kindness of God Through His Grace & Patience

Note The Kindness of God Through His Grace & Patience – In the last of our noting the kindness of God from Romans 11:22, Nathan Tarrant explains the kindness of God through His grace and patience, shown to both all of mankind and the saved, so that we understand the great blessing we have, but also the importance of us showing grace and patience to others.

 

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Romans 11:22 Note The Kindness of God Through His Mercy

Note The Kindness of God Through His Mercy – Continuing the look at the kindness of God as Paul tells us to do in Romans 11:22, Nathan Tarrant explains the kindness of God shown through His great mercy to us and how that actually looks to us.

 

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Romans 11:22 Note Gods Kindness Through His Love

Note Gods Kindness Through His Love – In our continuing look at what it means to note God’s kindness, Nathan Tarrant explains the true biblical meaning of God’s love, and how it is not only vastly different to man’s definition of love, but through understanding it correctly, we can then do as commanded and show the love of God to others, including our enemies.

 

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Romans 11:22 The Importance of Noting The Kindness & Severity of God

The Importance of Noting The Kindness & Severity of God – After telling us we are not to be proud because we have been grafted in, the Apostle Paul explains how we ensure we are void of pride and arrogance. We are to note the kindness and severity of God. In doing so, we will grow in reverence and fear of God, producing fruit that is pleasing to him.

 

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Romans 11:18-21 The Importance Of Not Being Proud

The Importance Of Not Being Proud – Looking at Romans 11:18-21, Nathan Tarrant explains why it is vitally important that as Christians we are not proud in anyway,  ensuring we are not boastful of our walk, not comparing ourselves to the other branches in the olive tree, but rather humble with fear, looking to bear the right fruit for God in every way.

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Romans 11:16-17 What It Means To Be Grafted In

What It Means To Be Grafted In – Looking at Romans 11:16-17, where the Apostle Paul begins to talk about the breaking off of branches from the olive tree and the gentiles being grafted in as a wild olive shoot, Nathan Tarrant explains who the root of the tree is and what the olive tree represents, and how that impacts on us as people of God if we have been grafted in.

 

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Romans 11:11-15 The Uniting Of The Remnant

The Uniting Of The Remnant – In Romans 11:11-15 the Apostle Paul confirms that the Jews have not fallen and therefore completely lost salvation, but that they have simply stumbled to allow the salvation of the gentiles to come into place. Nathan Tarrant explains how the LORD God had an eternal plan of uniting the Jews and gentiles as one people through the Lord Jesus Christ.

 

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Romans 11:6-10 Why There Is Only A Remnant

Why There Is Only A Remnant – At the start of Romans 11, the Apostle Paul explains that only a remnant of Israel remains within the family of God. This raises the question as to why there is only a remnant? Nathan Tarrant shows us in Romans 11:6-10 Paul’s explanation as to why there is only a remnant, and also the warning that comes from that to us, the gentiles.

 

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Romans 11:1-5 There Will Always Be A Remnant

There Will Always Be A Remnant – At the start of Romans 11, the Apostle Paul explains how Israel have not been rejected, there will always be a remnant. Nathan Tarrant explains how this means the church has not replaced Israel, but rather how the words of Paul in Romans 11:1-5 have an effect on us in the church and how we as Christians can ensure we are part of the remnant saved by grace.

 

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Romans 10:18-21 Why People Do Not Respond To The Call of The Gospel

Why People Do Not Respond To The Call of The Gospel – In Romans 10:18-21 the Apostle Paul explains that everyone knows that God exists and have heard the call to repent. The Jews in particular have heard the call from God, yet they were disobedient to the call. Nathan Tarrant explains in detail how no person, will ever be without excuse,for not coming to God in repentance, because everyone is aware of the glory of God and yet we would all choose to be disobedient to the command to repent, for that is the true nature of man.

( We apologies for the poor quality in the recording in specific places, be it only occasionally)