Pauls Epistles

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Christian Citizen and the Day

Romans 13:1-14

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Paul's famous passage concerning the relationship of Christians to unbelieving, autocratic authorities.

The Non-Essentials

Romans 14:1-12

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson discusses how controversies over insignificant activities by believers can harm the body of Christ.

No Stumbling Blocks

Romans 14:13-23

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his exposition of Paul's instructions to the Roman church about Christian liberty.

The Servant of the Nations

Romans 15:1-13

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on Paul's example of Jesus Christ as how to live a live of freedom.

Christ’s Priest to Gentiles

Romans 15:14-21

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson begins his commentary on the conclusion of Paul's letter to the Roman church.

The Jerusalem Offering

Romans 15:22-33

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds from Paul's conclusion what should be the true characteristics of Christian fellowship.

Paul’s Friends

Romans 16:1-24

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on those Paul mentions as his supporters in his ministry. Dr. Johnson shares his thoughts on the role of women in the church.

The Mystery

Romans 16:25-27

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson concludes his exposition of the Apostle Paul's letter to the Roman church with an explanation of what Paul meant by mystery of God's plan for the human race.

The Apparently Ideal Church

1 Corinthians 1:1-9

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson introduces Paul's longest epistle and the many practical instructions it contains for the church.

Corinthian Dissention

1 Corinthians 1:10-17

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson describes the basic problems the church at Corinth was experiencing when Paul wrote this first epistle to them.