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Paul began his letter to the Romans declaring the gospel as the power of God for salvation. He now ends his letter telling these Christians that God is able to strengthen them by the gospel and the preaching of Christ. Today we reflect back on...

The voice of God in his word speaks warnings, instructions, and promises. God’s voice is clearly heard in this passage. The church of Jesus Christ is warned of the divisions and doctrinal error that Satan promotes through false teachers. We are instructed to be wise,...

The personal greetings of Paul to the Christians in Rome reveal the beauty of friendships forged in Christ. These Christians shared life in Christ and gave service to Christ. They expressed their friendship with affection for one another. This is another picture for us of...

When we have a vision for God’s global agenda of gospel proclamation and the expansion of his church, we want to be used by Christ to accomplish this good work. We find in this passage practical ways our congregation can do ministry beyond ourselves. Grace Community...

As the Christians in Rome were reasoning about issues of discipleship, Paul shows them how to reason well and gives them reasons for welcoming one another. Imagine the beauty and health of a congregation committed to the essential truths and practices of the Christian faith,...

If we are struggling to welcome one another in the congregation because we hold different opinions, it is likely that we have not fully comprehended how God has welcomed us to himself in Christ. If, however, we come to see how God has accepted us...

Grace Community church exists to build spiritually healthy people for ministry in the world. One of the ways that we pursue this mission is by gathering each Sunday for corporate worship, prayer, and biblical teaching. The corporate nature of this gathering is both edifying to...

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