45 Romans - 2021

Skip Heitzig

Penned by the apostle Paul, the book of Romans is the manifesto of Christian freedom—our liberty in Christ apart from the law. In this verse-by-verse study through Romans, Skip Heitzig unfolds the doctrine of salvation as written by Paul and inspired by the Holy Spirit. This letter to the church in Rome reveals the essence of the gospel: God's righteousness given to humankind through faith in Jesus Christ.


 

Table of Contents

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1 Romans 1:1-23 Romans 1:1-23
2 Romans 1:24-2 Romans 1:24-2
3 Romans 3-4 Romans 3-4
4 Romans 5-6:7 Romans 5-6:7
5 Romans 6-7 Romans 6-7
6 Romans 8:1-27 Romans 8:1-27
7 Romans 8:28-9:6 Romans 8:28-9:6
8 Romans 9-10:4 Romans 9-10:4
9 Romans 10-11:18 Romans 10-11:18
10 Romans 11 Romans 11
11 Romans 12 Romans 12

 


 

SERIES: 45 Romans - 2021
MESSAGE: Romans 1:1-23
SPEAKER: Skip Heitzig
SCRIPTURE: Romans 1:1-23
URL: http://SkipHeitzig.com/4616

MESSAGE SUMMARY
In this first teaching in the book of Romans, Skip Heitzig introduces you to the apostle Paul, a self-titled slave of Jesus Christ whose top priority in life was not to hoard the gospel but rather herald it to as many people as he could. In order to give a full treatise of the good news, Paul began his letter to Roman believers by first explaining the bad news: as sinners, we're all under the wrath of God.

 


 

SERIES: 45 Romans - 2021
MESSAGE: Romans 1:24-2
SPEAKER: Skip Heitzig
SCRIPTURE: Romans 1:24-2
URL: http://SkipHeitzig.com/4618

MESSAGE SUMMARY
The apostle Paul knew that he owed it to people to tell them the full news of salvation—the good as well as the bad. This wasn't to discourage them but to show them God's goodness in providing a Savior. In this teaching, we see Paul address both pagans and the religious, sharing why relying on a ritual to make you right with God is just as useless as living in rebellion against Him altogether.

 


 

SERIES: 45 Romans - 2021
MESSAGE: Romans 3-4
SPEAKER: Skip Heitzig
SCRIPTURE: Romans 3-4
URL: http://SkipHeitzig.com/4620

MESSAGE SUMMARY
At the beginning of Romans, the apostle Paul systematically conveyed why humankind is in bad shape before a holy God: on our own, we cannot achieve right standing before Him. As Paul laid this bleak foundation in preparation for the great news that is Jesus, he anticipated objections to his case and supplied clarifying answers. In this study, we learn crucial elements of our salvation—justification, redemption, and propitiation—and discover why faith is key.

 


 

SERIES: 45 Romans - 2021
MESSAGE: Romans 5-6:7
SPEAKER: Skip Heitzig
SCRIPTURE: Romans 5-6:7
URL: http://SkipHeitzig.com/4624

MESSAGE SUMMARY
Being justified before God because of what Jesus did on the cross gives us as believers a whole host of benefits. Paul expounded on some of these benefits in Romans 5, explaining how sin entered the world through the one man Adam, but we can be saved through another man: Christ. In this message, we learn that even though we're sinners by nature, our sin cannot erect a dam so high that God's grace can't flood over it.

 


 

SERIES: 45 Romans - 2021
MESSAGE: Romans 6-7
SPEAKER: Skip Heitzig
SCRIPTURE: Romans 6-7
URL: http://SkipHeitzig.com/4626

MESSAGE SUMMARY
As Christians, we live much of our lives being pulled in different directions by our two natures: the old and the new. How can we successfully struggle against and defeat our old nature, the flesh? Skip Heitzig shares a fourfold battle strategy in this teaching, explaining your relationship to the law and what that means for you today.

 


 

SERIES: 45 Romans - 2021
MESSAGE: Romans 8:1-27
SPEAKER: Skip Heitzig
SCRIPTURE: Romans 8:1-27
URL: http://SkipHeitzig.com/4628

MESSAGE SUMMARY
With a tone of desperation and defeat, Romans 7 painted a dark picture of humanity. But Romans 8 begins with a declaration for believers of no condemnation before God and ends with the beautiful reminder that we have no separation from God. In this message, Skip Heitzig shares what a new life in Christ means for you, including how the Holy Spirit transforms and works in your heart and mind.

 


 

SERIES: 45 Romans - 2021
MESSAGE: Romans 8:28-9:6
SPEAKER: Skip Heitzig
SCRIPTURE: Romans 8:28-9:6
URL: http://SkipHeitzig.com/4630

MESSAGE SUMMARY
In the opening chapters of Romans, Paul looked at the world's righteousness and his own righteousness next to God's righteousness—and he despaired. But in chapter 8, he looked to Jesus and the righteousness He freely gives—and Paul rejoiced. In this study, Skip Heitzig explains why Romans 8:28 is a great place for weary and anxious hearts to rest as he shares the life-changing truth that God is working together all the circumstances in your life for good.

 


 

SERIES: 45 Romans - 2021
MESSAGE: Romans 9-10:4
SPEAKER: Skip Heitzig
SCRIPTURE: Romans 9-10:4
URL: http://SkipHeitzig.com/4632

MESSAGE SUMMARY
Jesus' own people, the Jews, had rejected Him, but the apostle Paul wanted to be clear about one important thing in his letter to the Romans: God was not done with the nation of Israel. In this study, Skip Heitzig begins to lay out God's plans for His chosen people, as explained by Paul, and you'll discover why this is significant for you today.

 


 

SERIES: 45 Romans - 2021
MESSAGE: Romans 10-11:18
SPEAKER: Skip Heitzig
SCRIPTURE: Romans 10-11:18
URL: http://SkipHeitzig.com/4636

MESSAGE SUMMARY
Though the apostle Paul took up the calling to preach the gospel to the Gentiles, he still had a heart for his people, the Jews. Even in their rejection of Jesus, Paul wanted them to know that God had not abandoned them. In this teaching, we see how Paul used Old Testament passages to emphasize that the gospel is for anyone who will receive Jesus as their Lord and Savior. We also discover why we must build up our knowledge of God's Word and stay in tune with His righteousness.

 


 

SERIES: 45 Romans - 2021
MESSAGE: Romans 11
SPEAKER: Skip Heitzig
SCRIPTURE: Romans 11
URL: http://SkipHeitzig.com/4638

MESSAGE SUMMARY
In Romans 11, the apostle Paul continued to make his case that God had not cast off His covenant people. Their rejection of the Messiah means salvation is now offered to the whole world, but God still has them in line to experience future blessings. In this study, Skip Heitzig reveals more about God's plan to restore Israel to Himself—and how you factor into that plan.

 


 

SERIES: 45 Romans - 2021
MESSAGE: Romans 12
SPEAKER: Skip Heitzig
SCRIPTURE: Romans 12
URL: http://SkipHeitzig.com/4640


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