What does Christian fellowship and unity look like? How are Christians supposed to live with one another? Romans 14:1–15:7 teaches us that, just as God has welcomed us in Christ Jesus, so we are to welcome fellow believers, despite our differences. While we are often tempted to pass judgement and miss the mark of true worship, welcoming one another provides the true form of worship.
Scripture References: Romans 15:7
A sermon series on the one anothers of the New Testament from the pulpit of Brackenhurst Baptist Church.
|Providence: Who Makes it Happen? (Romans 8:31-32)||Gordon Keddie||16 October 2005||Listen|
|Guilty as Charged (Romans 3:9-20)||Chris Woolley||5 July 2009||Listen|
|The True Believer's Identity (Romans 6:11)||Lars Larson||3 February 2013||Listen|
|By Faith Alone (Romans 3:19–28)||Doug Van Meter||17 February 2013||Listen|
|To God Alone Be the Glory (Romans 11:33–36)||Doug Van Meter||3 March 2013||Listen|
|Hope (Romans 8:18-30)||Doug Van Meter||17 March 2013||Listen|
|Averting the Just Anger of God (Romans 3:19-28)||Brian Edwards||9 February 2014||Listen|
|Right with God (Romans 4:1-8)||Grant Retief||6 April 2014||Listen|
|Deep and Wide (Romans 15:14–21)||Doug Van Meter||1 June 2014||Listen|
|Reaching the Unreached (Romans 10:9–17)||Tommie van der Walt||1 June 2014||Listen|