Romans 4:1-25

Salvation is by faith alone. If you’ve been studying with us for the past couple weeks you’ve heard the Apostle Paul’s very convincing argument for this statement. But what about the Old Testament? How were men like Abraham and David saved?

Romans 3:22-31

“How can I be right with God?” That’s what we’re discovering in our study of Romans as we learn about righteousness, justification, grace, mercy, and faith.

Romans 3:5-22

We are all sinners. That’s the hard truth we’re faced with as we travel through the book of Romans. But in this case, difficult truth leaves an opening for amazing grace.

Romans 2:21-3:9

“Do you practice what you preach?” That’s one of the important questions we have to answer as Dr. J. Vernon McGee encourages us to examine our faith in this continuing study of Paul’s famous letter to the early Christian believers in Rome.

Romans 2:1-22

“Religion cannot save you, but Christ can save you. You either have Him or you don’t have Him. You either trust Him or you don’t trust Him.” That’s the truth we hear from Dr. J. Vernon McGee as we learn about six principles of God’s judgment.

Romans 1:21-32

The journey through Romans 1:21-32 is pretty rough terrain. Coming face to face with our depravity is difficult, but it lays a foundation for the rest of our study and helps us realize just how desperately we need a Savior.

Romans 1:14-20

“Until every person has heard the gospel, you’re still a debtor.” That’s the truth we hear today from Dr. J. Vernon McGee, as we look at our debt, our sin, and God’s unchanging righteousness.

Romans 1:3-13

“The gospel stated in warm love.” That’s how Dr. J. Vernon McGee describes the book of Romans.

Romans 1:1-4

Explore some of the most essential beliefs of our faith including the trinity, the virgin birth, the deity, and resurrection of Jesus Christ— all found within the first four verses of the amazing book of Romans.

Romans Introduction

Sin. Salvation. Spirit-filled living. These are just a few of the important topics Dr. J. Vernon McGee will cover as we journey through the magnificent book of Romans.

2 Kings 23:22-25:30

Revival has come to Judah, but it doesn’t last long. Dr. J. Vernon McGee takes us through the end of 2 Kings where we see King Josiah die in battle and the people return to their wicked ways.

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