Our Utter Need
November 12, 2017 Speaker: Jonathan Winfree Series: Romans: From Faith to Faith
Passage: Romans 3:9-20
**Sermon did not get recorded. However, Jonathan gave the same sermon at Redeemer Southwest the week prior**
Intro: This passage is the end of Paul’s commentary on the origin of sin and its nature.
I. “ALL ARE UNDER SIN”
Paul seems to put everyone on equal footing - whether Jews or Greeks. What are the implications of that? How does the Bible’s teaching on the human race and sin challenge us?
II. GOING OUR OWNWAY
Paul is arguing sin is relational before it is anything else...Sin is fundamentally about a direction of life - where life is aimed. Why is that significant?
III. BECOMING SILENT...IN ORDER TO FEAR
The solution to our sin problem involves shutting our mouths, so that we might stand in awe-filled wonder at God’s salvation in Jesus Christ. How do we do that?
More in Romans: From Faith to Faith
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October 21, 2018A Welcome Mat of Grace
October 14, 2018The Strong and the Weak