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Romans 10:3 The Importance of God’s Righteousness For You Part 1

The Importance of God’s Righteousness For You Part 1: Looking at Romans 10:3 Nathan Tarrant explains how the Jews were ignorant of the righteousness of God, and how we can ensure as Christians, we do not make the same mistake.

 

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Romans 10:1-2 The Importance of Correct Zeal

The Importance of Correct Zeal – in Romans 10:1-2 the Apostle Paul talks about how the Jews had a zeal for the things of God, but it was not according to knowledge. Nathan Tarrant explains what that means exactly and outlines the importance of understanding that if a person has a great passion for Christ, we need to make sure, it is according to knowledge.

 

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Romans 9:25-33 You Are Saved By A Righteousness That Is By Faith

You Are Saved By A Righteousness That Is By Faith – In Romans 9:25-33 Paul explains why the Jews are on the outside and the Gentiles are now in. It was always the plan of God for it to be that way, but Paul also explains the responsibility that is on the Jews, and how their pursuit of righteousness was all wrong, while the Gentiles are saved by a righteousness that is by faith.

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Romans 9:23 As A Vessel Of Mercy Christ Has Nothing But Compassion For You

As A Vessel Of Mercy Christ Has Nothing But Compassion For You – In this third sermon on the subject of what it means to be a vessel of mercy, as outlined in Romans 9:23, Nathan Tarrant explains from Hebrews 5:1-2 how the Lord Jesus Christ, as our high priest, shows nothing but compassion for you in your weakness, including your times of sin. Not only is this a great comfort to us when we are struggling in life, but it is a wonderful assurance of the love Christ has for His own.

Romans 9:23 As A Vessel Of Mercy Christ Sympathises With Your Weaknesses

As A Vessel Of Mercy Christ Sympathises With Your Weaknesses –  Romans 9:23 tells us that as vessels of mercy, those whom are saved receive the riches of His glory. In this message, we look at Hebrews 4:14-16 and see that part of the riches of His glory is the fact that in our weaknesses Christ has sympathy for us. This is an amazing realisation when you come to understand what that actually means.

 

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Romans 9:23 As A Vessel Of Mercy You Receive The Full Love Of Christ

As A Vessel Of Mercy You Receive The Full Love Of Christ: In Romans 9:23 Paul talks about how those saved are vessels of mercy, prepared beforehand. Nathan Tarrant explains how as vessels of mercy we receive the full love of Christ. Looking at Christ’s interaction with the disciples before and after His crucifixion and resurrection, Nathan shows us the love that Christ display constantly to those who are saved, are vessels of mercy.

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Romans 9:23 We Are Saved To Experience The Riches Of His Glory

We Are Saved To Experience The Riches Of His Glory – Looking at Romans 9:23, Pastor Nathan Tarrant explains what it means to be a vessel of mercy, that in being so, we come to experience the riches of God’s glory, which is the purpose of our salvation.

 

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Romans 9:23 What It Means To Be A Vessel of Mercy

What It Means To Be A Vessel of Mercy – As we begin to look at Romans 9:23, Pastor Nathan Tarrant explains the importance of making sure we are vessels of mercy, that the great potter has placed his stamp upon us declaring us receivers of the mercy that comes from the Lord Jesus Christ. So, has God placed his mark upon you? Listen as it is explained how and why you should know.

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Romans 9:21-23 How Are You Responding In The Potters Hands

How Are You Responding In The Potters Hands? – In Romans 9:21-23 Paul talks about how God, desiring to show his wrath and to make known his power, has endured with much patience vessels of wrath prepared for destruction. We know that the vessels have prepared themselves as well as be prepared by God. Paul then goes on to say that the vessels of mercy on the other hand, who will get to see His mercy,were prepared beforehand. Nathan Tarrant asks if those of us whom have been saved, have been prepared as vessels of mercy, how are we responding to the fact we have been created to display God’s glory? Do you, display God’s glory through the way you behave and act, or do you resist His glory through sins of omission?

 

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Romans 9:22 Why God Must Show His Wrath

Why God Must Show His Wrath – Romans 9:22 tells us ‘What if God, desiring to show his wrath and to make known his power, has endured with much patience vessels of wrath prepared for destruction,’ Nathan Tarrant explains why not only God must show His Wrath, otherwise we are worshipping a false God, but also why we should rejoice that God will show his wrath.