Romans 12:1 ESV
I appeal to you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship.
Lesson 76: Why Give Yourself Totally to God? (Romans 12:1)
Expository study of Romans: Because you have experienced Gods mercy, give yourself totally to Him.
Dare to Be DifferentA Commentary on Romans 12:1-2 Bible.org Blogs
Dare to Be DifferentA Commentary on Romans 12:1-2 ... as a sacrifice alive, holy, and pleasing to God which is your reasonable service.
A Living Sacrifice
Which best characterizes your spiritual service - a small sacrifice or a total commitment? If you're like most believers. you want to have total commitment - but you're uncertain how to develop it...
Romans 12 | Resources from Ligonier Ministries
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Elements of a Living Sacrifice
This morning, we come to the Lords Table, as you can see, and thought that it would be good for us to think a little more extensively on this occasion because we don't want to come lightly to the Lo...
14. The New Mind (Romans 12)
Introduction While he was president of Princeton Seminary, Dr. John Mackay was heard to say, Commitment without reflection is fanaticism in action. But reflection without commitment is the paralysis of all action.76
A Living Sacrifice - Charles Stanley
Romans 11:33-34, Romans 12:1-2 ... referred to as the lust of the flesh and the lust of the eyes and the boastful pride of life (1 John 2:16).
The Believer's Supreme Act of Spiritual Worship
We come together tonight as always on the Lord's Day, with eager hearts to dig into the Scripture. And I want to invite you to open your Bible to the twelfth chapter of Romans. And we're going to l...
Lecture 21: Romans 12-16 | Free Online Biblical Library
BiblicalTraining.org | Course: New Testament, its Structure, Content, and Theology Lecture: Romans 12-16
Towards a Biblical Definition of Spiritual Formation: Romans 12:1-2
Introduction Somewhat of a modern lexical invention, the term spiritual formation refers to a concept that is almost ubiquitous in Scripture. Because the term has only recently become widely used, an important task for scholarship at the present time is to define the topic prop...