Sermons by Scott Childs (AM)

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Benefits of Justification – Romans 5:1-5

Benefits of Justification 5 December 2021 AM – Romans 5:1-5 – Ro2021 – Scott Childs Introduction: We all like to know the benefits of supplements, benefits of insurance policies, benefits of certain diets and benefits of electing a candidate. As Paul begins Romans 5, he builds on the word justified. The word, therefore (Ro 5:1), […]

Moralists Need God’s Righteousness

Moralists Need God’s Righteousness 7 November 2021 AM – Romans 2:1-16 – Ro2021 – Scott Childs Introduction: In Romans 1:18-32, we learned that humanists are not righteous and need God’s righteousness. That was not difficult for us to grasp about God rejecters, but what about the good people in our world who do not reject […]

Humanists Need God’s Righteousness – Romans 1:18-32

Humanists Need God’s Righteousness 31 October 2021 AM – Romans 1:18-32 – Ro2021 – Scott Childs Introduction: Last week we noted that only God is intrinsically righteous (i.e., completely sinless, faultless). On the other hand, all humans are intrinsically unrighteous sinners. Only God, through the Gospel can apply His righteousness to repentant sinners.             Is […]

Righteousness of God – Romans 1:8-17

Righteousness of God 24 October 2021 AM – Romans 1:8-17 – Ro2021 – Scott Childs Introduction: In Romans 1:8, Paul continues his introduction to the book of Romans. He thanked God for the faith of the Roman believers (v.8). He assured them of his unceasing prayers for them (v.9). He let them know that he […]

Are You a Saint? – Romans 1:1-7

Sorry, No Audio Are You a Saint? 17 October 2021 AM – Romans 1:1-7 – Ro2021 – Scott Childs Introduction: Peter Pett speaking of the Book of Romans states, There is no letter or book in the world to equal the one that we are about to consider, for it is a detailed explanation of […]

God’s Cure for Anxiety – Php 4:6-8

God’s Cure for Anxiety 3 October 2021 AM – Philippians 4:6-8 – Worry – Scott Childs Introduction: A submarine was being tested and had to remain submerged for many hours. When it returned to the harbor, the captain was asked, “How did the terrible storm last night affect you?” The officer looked at him in […]