From the MLJ Archivewith Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
Not Ashamed of the Gospel Sunday, May 19, 2019
Romans 1:16-17 - The Protestant Reformation erupted from Romans 1:16-17. In this sermon, Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones examines these vital and crucial verses that were the catalyst for Martin Luther. The audience to whom Paul wrote were often ashamed and discouraged in their faith. In boldness and inspiring confidence, Paul wrote “I am not ashamed of the gospel.” Though the world ridicules the teachings of Christ and calls those who believe foolish, the object of our faith is a fact, not a philosophy. The world might see us as fools, but we are affirmed and protected by our Savior. The gospel is full of hope for the fallen world! As The Doctor expalins, Paul’s teaching exposes the sin of all men and that Christ’s death and resurrection were for all social statuses. Thus, every person can rest in the hope that there is joy in being foolish in the eyes of the world, and loved by our Lord.
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