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Synopsis: The Roman Road To Recovery John Wesley, the son of a Church of England pastor, came to America to do missionary work in the 1700 s. But his religion and dedication brought him little peace. He wrote in his diary, I came to America to convert the Indians; but who will convert me? He was a good, moral, ethical man; but somehow he knew that did not make him right with God. Discouraged back home in England he half heartedly went to a little chapel service held by a group of Moravians. He experienced a miracle that day that he described as his heart being strangely warmed . That day he was born again. From this awesome experience, he formed a group called The Holy Club. Later he became the founder of the Methodist Church. What warmed his heart was the gospel message. The vehicle God used that day was the Pastor of the church reading Martin Luther s introduction to the Book of Romans. Martin Luther, who was the founder of the Lutheran Church, called Romans, The true masterpiece of the New Testament - the purest gospel. . There are literally thousands of quotes and comments from the finest men in church history about the excellence of the Epistle to The Romans. Martin Luther said, Romans is the chief part of the NT, the perfect Gospel. John Calvin said, A sure road opened to the understanding of the whole of Scripture. Bruce Metzer called the book, The constitution of universal Christianity. Herschel Hobbs said, The greatest letter of all time. One of my favorites, Matthew Henry said, The Psalms of David and the Letters of Paul are stars; but Romans is the largest and fullest of all. Farrar said, Romans is the most influential of all compositions ever written by the human pen. Dr. Otis T. McMillan s The Roman Road to Recovery is not meant to be a scholarly presentation. It is simply a series of sermons preached by Dr. McMillan in his local congregation. His preaching style is a little fiery, in-your-face, compelling, and even confrontational. One can almost hear the Amens of the congregation as you read through this book. Some readers may laugh, cry, and contemplate, as they experience these messages. Every reader will be challenged as Dr. McMillan addresses several important subjects such as: (1) The power of the Gospel; (2) The Goodness of God; (3) The Joy of Forgiveness; (4) The Benefits of Justification; (5) Dominion Over Sin; (6) The Spirit of Life In Christ Jesus; (7) The Way of Salvation; (8) How To Walk Upright in a Wrong World and How Christians Ought to Behave. Each sermon is designed to urge the sinner to repent and turn to Jesus; to assist the backslider in reclaiming his rightful place.
Title: The Roman Road To Recovery
Publisher: Otis T. McMillan Ministries, Inc.
Binding: Perfect Paperback
Book Condition: GOOD
Book Description Otis T. McMillan Ministries, Inc. Perfect Paperback. Book Condition: Good. Book has a small amount of wear visible on the binding, cover, pages. Bookseller Inventory # G0970375662I3N00
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