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Gilbert House Fellowship #141: Hebrews 7-10

AGAIN WE find it impossible to get through more than a few chapters of the incredible Book of Hebrews. These chapters systematically make the case for the superiority of Jesus and the new covenant in his blood to the old covenant under the Law given to Moses.

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Gilbert House Fellowship #125: Romans 8-13

night-far-goneIT IS appropriate (and unplanned — by us, anyway), but appropriate — that our last New Testament study before the U.S. presidential election includes Romans 13:1-7. It is a command to Christians to “be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and those that exist have been instituted by God.”

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Gilbert House Fellowship #123: Romans 1-7

romans1THE RELATIONSHIP between the Law and grace is central to our New Testament study this week. Paul makes it clear that while the Law instructs us on the nature of sin, it does not help us overcome sin. That is the work of grace through faith in Jesus Christ.

Romans is the longest of Paul’s letters, and the one in which he most thoroughly lays out the doctrine of salvation. This is why the Romans Road is such a valuable witnessing tool.

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