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Topic: The Law

Romans: The Most Important Letter Ever Written, Part 6

Free from the Law

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Speaker: Kevin Rogers

Text: Romans 7:1-25

Through our union with Christ, believers are freed from life under the law.

Romans: The Most Important Letter Ever Written, Part 3

The Righteousness of God

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Speaker: Robin Boisvert

Text: Romans 3:19-25

Righteousness is not man's gift to God, it is God's gift to man.

Exodus: Saved for God's Glory, Part 14

Blessed Reassurance - The Covenant Is Renewed

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Speaker: Robin Boisvert

Text: Exodus 33-34

In spite of their failure, God renews the covenant and reassures His people. God's gracious covenant love is stronger than our sin.

Exodus: Saved for God's Glory, Part 10

The Ten Commandments

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Speaker: Robin Boisvert

Text: Exodus 20:1-20

Are the ten commandments important to Christians today? Yes, they reveal the nature of God as well as his will for us.

Matthew: The Life and Words of Jesus, Part 44

The Heart that Honors God

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Speaker: Robin Boisvert

Text: Matthew 15:1-20

The heart that honors God keeps traditions in their right place and avoids hypocrisy, trusting in God alone for righteousness.

Matthew: The Life and Words of Jesus, Part 14

Jesus on Revenge and Rights

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Speaker: Braden Greer

Text: Matthew 5:38-42

The kingdom disciple is more concerned about others than he is about his rights.

Romans, Part 9

Life in the Spirit

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Speaker: Robin Boisvert

Text: Romans 8:1-17

This is one of the great chapters in Scripture. It features the Holy Spirit, with references to Him fifteen times in the first seventeen verses alone. But, it has been remarked that the theme of the chapter is the absolute security of the believer, from the “no condemnation” of verse 1 to the nothing “will be able to separate us” of verse 39.

Romans, Part 8

The Christian and the Law

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Speaker: Robin Boisvert

Text: Romans 7

Robin Boisvert teaches on Paul's subject of the law in his letter to the Romans.