The Rule of the Law

The saved in Christ are also raised in the likeness of His resurrection, free to marry another, which is none other than the Lord Christ. Preaching Christ Crucified continues its series of studies in the Epistle to the Romans. View article →

Tendency toward Extremes

Though we have been saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ, we are not all-powerful spiritual supermen. We have a tendency toward extremes: licentiousness on one side and legalism on the other. As licentiousness is addressed in chapter 6 of Romans, legalism is addressed in chapter 7. Preaching Christ Crucified continues its series of studies in the Epistle to the Romans. View article →

The Reality of Godly Slavery

The law did not save us from the wrath of God. Jesus Christ has saved us, redeemed us, purchased us, and reconciled us; therefore, we yield to, submit to, and obey Him. Preaching Christ Crucified continues its series of studies in the Epistle to the Romans. View article →

Let Not Sin Reign

Gospel good works spring forth from gospel truth because of the gospel reality of regeneration through redemption in Christ. Therefore, let not sin reign. Preaching Christ Crucified continues its series of studies from the Epistle to the Romans. View article →

The Gospel of the Bondslave

What is the simple, yet powerful gospel of Jesus Christ, and how is it significant in the new life of the redeemed sinner being sanctified through the gospel of grace? Preaching Christ Crucified continues its series of studies in the Epistle to the Romans. View article →

Reckoned Dead

How can we reckon our old natures dead? By the power of the new nature given us as an eternal possession, received by grace through faith in Jesus Christ. Preaching Christ Crucified continues its series of studies in the Epistle to the Romans. View article →

Alive Unto God

Union with Christ in newness of life means growth, maturity and hope until the Resurrection in that Day. Get to the cross and keep at the cross of Jesus Christ. Preaching Christ Crucified continues its series of studies in Romans. View article →

Reality That Makes Free

Why is the intimate knowledge of the truth so important in the lives of redeemed sinners saved by grace? The answer is quite simple really: we have been freed from sin. Preaching Christ Crucified continues its series of studies in the Epistle to the Romans. View article →

Truth that Moves with Power

God’s power does not work apart from His truth; and knowledge of the truth that the “old self” is crucified with Christ empowers us to say no to sin (Romans 6:6). Preaching Christ Crucified continues its series of studies in the Epistle to the Romans. View article →

Newness of Life

Although the passage in Romans 6:3–4 has implications pertaining to water baptism, its immediate context is that of regeneration and newness of life in Christ. Preaching Christ Crucified continues its series of studies in Paul’s Epistle to the Romans. View article →

What Shall We Say Then?

As a sinner saved by God’s grace, how am I to live? Romans 6–12 explain how a Christian lives in newness of life doctrinally while chapters 13–15 express how to do so practically. Preaching Christ Crucified continues its series of studies in Paul’s Epistle to the Romans. View article →

Strengthened in Faith

“Strong in faith” means stepping out appropriately based upon what God has said, what He has declared, and what He has promised in His holy Word; yet, at the same time, the term also carries with it another meaning. Preaching Christ Crucified continues its series of studies in Romans. View article →

Strong in Faith

Scripture records that Abraham’s loins were dead and that Sarah had reached menopause. This tells us much concerning justification by grace through faith. Preaching Christ Crucified continues its series of studies in Romans. View article →

Faith Alone, Part Two

Circumcision was a sign and a seal of imputed righteousness by faith, which foreshadowed the sign and seal of the Holy Spirit’s work in salvation by grace through faith. Preaching Christ Crucified continues its series of studies in Romans. View article →