Paul wrote to the Ephesians that they should “take off the old man” and “put on the new man.” Having been born and raised in a pagan culture they were still capable of behaving like pagans, but they had become Christians and needed to speak and act like people of God.Continue reading
A new creation is a continuing theme in both testaments of the Bible. Paul wrote to the Corinthians that they were already part of that new creation. But how have we been made new? How are we different? And is there more to come?Continue reading
God, who sees our trouble and sorrow, longs to be the one who wipes away our tears, who puts an end to our troubles.Continue reading
Isaiah calls upon God to rend the heavens and come to earth to deliver his people, but there’s a problem. How can sinful people be prepared to meet a holy God?Continue reading
In baptism we were crucified and buried with Christ, we have been declared dead to the law and dead to sin. How then should we live?
To get Pastor Hinkle’s sermon series on Romans as a podcast, add https://stpaulwapello.org/category/devotional/feed/ to your podcast player.Continue reading