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docreits September 3, 2015 at 2:15 pm

Thank you for your boldness in speaking the truth in love…


Jim Schmechel September 3, 2015 at 4:01 pm

I often hope that I will walk in to a church someday and hear a sermon preached like this! Reading God’s Word, with a little bit of commentary sprinkled in between the passages. This commentary can help the listener understand the message better.

Sometimes I have even dreamed of walking in to a church and just having God’s Word read, without any commentary. Wouldn’t that be awesome?!!!! A preacher could admit that he or she cannot improve upon what is in our Holy scripture. Basically stating: I couldn’t have said it better myself.

I really enjoy this type of blog post. Thank you for posting it for us! 🙂

Jack Wellman September 3, 2015 at 5:54 pm

You are so kind Jim. The Book of Romans, like much of the Bible, is a bullion cube packed with power and it’s like swallowing an Alka Seltzer….it’s just truly potent. I think expository, verse by verse is always best as it captures the context, don’t you think?

Jim Schmechel September 6, 2015 at 6:08 pm

Yes, I agree. Expository, verse by verse, is the best way to preach. I wish more pastors would use this approach!

patience Menakaya January 24, 2019 at 1:07 pm

My sunday school class is studying the book of Romans and this was why I ended up here. Wow so lots of findings. I am very well encouraged reading all of these. Thanks so much. My church is Grace Baptist Church Bowie MD. Where Pastor Mark Tauious and Pastor Brady Wolcott officiates. Thanks to you so much. sincerely yours, Stay blessed and keep not being afraid of what we are called to do. Amen.

Jack Wellman January 24, 2019 at 1:13 pm

Thank you for such encouragment and it looks like you are very blessed with such good pastors and a rock-solid Baptist church.

Mrs Michelle K Duncan June 6, 2019 at 6:43 pm

Thank you Mr Wellman for this WONDERFUL expository teaching on the first chapter of Romans. Living in the culture in the USA as it us now, this needs to be lovingly & boldly preached! We thank Almighty God that our pastor at Rocky Mountain Baptist Church in Pueblo, CO preaches this message very boldly. Thank you and may God bless you.

Jack Wellman June 6, 2019 at 6:51 pm

What a joy to hear such encouraging words, but we both know that we can do nothing without Jesus (John 15:5) so we all must give Him all the glory (Psalm 115:1), and I am not far from Pueblo, & preached there once…I would be delighted to come there some day to further encourage and equip the members to enter into the harvest fields…at my own expense too! Anyway, we’re neighbors (I’m in Kansas), and thank you for your comment. Using the Roman Road, we had 20 men baptized recently in a state prison. It took a person of God with the Word of God and the Spirit of God to birth the children of God for the glory of God, so we should praise God! God bless you and your “Rock-Solid” Rocky Mountain Baptist church.

Esther July 28, 2020 at 6:54 am

Before now I didn’t seem to understand the book of Romans..but after my encounter with Christ I now understood every bit of the chapters esp Rom 1…it is my best chapter for now because it exposes our folly and inadequacies… It tells us all what we need to do to be clinged to God and his son Jesus Christ…failure to adhere brings damnation… In sincerity if humans read up and practice Romans 1…calamities like covid-19 wouldn’t have been a threat…thanks Mr preacher for sounding this truth…am in Nigeria and love God and my saviour Jesus with all my life

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