The most basic duty and greatest need for each believer is to consciously place our whole person under the Lordship of Jesus each day, including both the belief in our heart as well as the confession with our mouth.
When we realize our own hopeless condition before God, we can only rejoice when Paul proclaims “No condemnation!” In this message from Romans 8:1, Pastor Ritch teaches how this short verse ties together the first seven chapters of Romans to give us an unquenchable hope through the Gospel of Christ.
In this message from Romans 6:5-14, Pastor Ritch explains that we must stop trying to think positively to gain victory over sin, and instead begin to think doctrinally in order to develop a clearer understanding of the finished work of the Gospel.
Our union with Christ is a union with death and life. The life we once lived has died and been buried, never to return. But far from remaining in that state, we are raised again in new life by the power of Christ. In this message from Romans 6:1-11, Pastor Ritch teaches how we can live in this newness of life for the glory of God by having our minds continually renewed by Gospel truth.
God’s grace is greater than all our sin. It is greater than the condemnation our sin merits, and it is greater than the enslavement our sin creates. Listen as Pastor Ritch finishes the 2nd half of last week’s two-part message from Romans 5:20-6:2.