Putting Down Evil, Lifting Up Friends - CD

Romans 16:20–24

The Bible is a book of strong contrasts. Light and dark. Obedience and disobedience. Faith and works. Joy and sorrow. Right and wrong. Sheep and goats. Victory and defeat. Truth and error. Love and hate. Trust and worry. God and Satan. Heaven and hell. These opposite distinctions help us determine our standards for everyday living. They give us mental and moral boundaries. They enable us to interpret the events of life with objectivity, rather than get lost in the gulf of uncertainty. The section of Scripture we’re considering in this message offers another example of a contrast: evil that is unseen and insidious as opposed to good that is tangible and encouraging. Our main interest lies in the practical insights that accompany what we discover about both.

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Related Series Resources

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Insights on Romans: The Christian’s Constitution, Volume 2.

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Putting Down Evil, Lifting Up Friends