No Condemnation: Romans sermon series
“When the message of Romans gets into a person’s heart there is no telling what may happen.” – J.I. Packer
This term at St Paul’s, we are digging deeply into the richness that the book of Romans has to offer. With the apostle Paul as your guide, we’ll be exploring the many benefits of being justified by faith, chief among them God’s declaration that there is now no condemnation for those in Christ Jesus.
You can watch this week’s service here:
To accompany our series on Romans, we have created some resources for you, your family, and your growth group.
You can download them below:
You can watch the sermons in this series in the videos below:
1. Romans 5:1-11
26 JUL 2020
2. The Reign of Grace
2 AUG 2020
3. Romans 6:1-14
9 AUG 2020
4. Freed for slavery to God
16 AUG 2020
5. Romans 7:1-6
23 AUG 2020
6. The Law’s role in God’s Grace
30 AUG 2020
7. No Condemnation
6 SEP 2020
8. Spirit-led Children of God
13 SEP 2020
9. The Hope of Glory
20 SEP 2020
10. Confident Conquerors through Him who loves us
27 SEP 2020
The Bible Project have a fantastic visual overview of the book of Romans in two parts, available here
Part small group study guide, part commentary, this resource produced by St Helen’s Bishopsgate in London is a great thing to read alongside the Bible as you work your way through the book of Romans.
Romans For You by Timothy Keller.
These books work through the whole book of Romans verse by verse, providing a helpful discussion and exploration of each passage followed by reflection questions to help you apply the text to your life.
From Here to Eternity: Assurance in the Face of Sin and Suffering by Ray Galea.
If you want to go much deeper and you’re looking for a more advanced and technical commentary, we would recommend Douglas Moo’s volume The Letter to the Romans which is part of the New International Commentary on the New Testament series.
Grace Has Come: Songs from the Book of Romans by Sovereign Grace.
This is an album of 13 songs based on some of the key verses and ideas in the book of Romans. You can listen on Spotify here.
We answer questions from each sunday’s sermon on our podcast, The Extras. Tune in today!