Dorman Followwill teaches on the book of Romans.
In Romans Ch. 1:1, The apostle Paul introduces himself as a servant of Jesus Christ. How would you introduce yourself? You, like Paul, can learn who you really are when you learn about Jesus Christ.
In Romans Ch. 1:2-7, Paul explains how you can have victory over sin and death through Jesus Christ. Jesus conquered death and the grave so you can live a victorious life here on earth.
In Romans 1:8-15, Paul talks about his strong desire to visit Rome. Why did God not allow it? God always has a perfect plan, even when it doesn’t seem to make sense.
In Romans Ch.1:16-17, Paul shares how powerful the great news about Jesus Christ is. The gospel can soften even the hardest heart. Don’t be ashamed to share this news with everyone you know!
In Romans Ch.1:18-20, Paul tells how the truth about God and his glory are covered up by sin and denial. You can choose to be ashamed and hide in darkness, or you can choose to reveal the light and love of God.
In Romans 2:1-16, Paul teaches that even “good” people are sinful and deserve judgment. No one is righteous, no matter how many good deeds he does. Only God can judge all of humanity according to His perfect law.
In Romans 2:1-16, Paul teaches that even “good” people are sinful and deserve judgment. No one is righteous, no matter how many good deeds he does. Only God can judge all of humanity according to his perfect law.
In Romans Ch. 2:17-3:8, Paul explains how even God’s chosen people, the Jews, are not free from sin and judgment. It doesn’t matter who you are or what you’ve done, you need salvation through Jesus Christ.
In Romans Ch.3:9-20, Paul concludes that all of us are sinful and cannot be called righteous by our actions. The only thing we can do is admit our sins and call on Jesus to save us. Faith in Jesus Christ is the only way we can be forgiven of our sins and considered righteous before God.
In Romans Ch.3:21-26, Paul reveals God’s solution to the human problem of sin. Jesus’ death on the cross cancels our sin. All we have to do is admit that we need Him, and ask Him to save us.