Paul calls the good news about Jesus Christ the gospel. He called the gospel “my gospel” in this letter. The question each of us must face is whether this gospel is our gospel. If there is any part of this gospel that we cannot accept then we do not believe the gospel. This series is an attempt to explain the letter and the only gospel it contains and conveys.
|1.||How you will respond if you have understood the gospel
Romans 11:33-36; Romans 1:1-4
Romans 1:1-3:26; Memorizing Romans 3:23
Romans 3:21-4:25; Memorizing Romans 5:1
|4.||Understanding substitution: the blessing of Christ’s death for us
Romans 5:1-11; Memorizing Romans 5:1
|5.||Understanding substitution: the motivation of Christ’s for us
Romans 5:1-11; Memorizing Romans 5:8
|6.||Understanding substitution: the basis of Christ’s death for us
Romans 5:12-21; Memorizing Romans 5:8
|7.||Understanding sanctification: how can we sin?
Romans 6:1-7:6; Memorizing Romans 6:23
|8.||Understanding sanctification: how can we stop?
Romans 7:7-25; Memorizing Romans 7:24-25
|9.||Understanding sanctification: how can we succeed?
Romans 8:1-30; Memorizing Romans 8:28
|10.||Understanding sanctification: how can we fail?
Romans 8:31-39; Memorizing Romans 8:28
Stuart Olyott’s series on Romans 6-8
Stuart Olyott series on Romans in French Romains
Alun McNabb’s series through Romans (140 messages)
John MacArthur’s series in Romans
R C Sproul preaching in Romans
Gerrard Hemmings on Romans