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Romans : an exposition of chapter 14:1-17 : Liberty and conscience

Author: David Martyn Lloyd-Jones
Publisher: Edinburgh ; Carlisle, Pa. : Banner of Truth Trust, ©2003.
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Genre/Form: Sermons
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Martyn Lloyd-Jones
ISBN: 0851518494 9780851518497
OCLC Number: 54078064
Notes: "The sermons in this volume were originally preached at Westminster Chapel between October 1967 and March 1968." (p. [v].).
Description: ix, 271 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Relationships among Christians: problems over 'matters of indifference' --
general analysis of 14:1-15:4 --
weak and strong Christians --
reasons for the difference: ability, temperament, diligence, time, and teaching --
various manifestations --
2. Our duty to welcome the weak --
adding knowledge to faith --
rules for discussion, argument and dialogue --
the art of teaching one another in love 3. Jumping to conclusions --
the issue of foods --
kinds of vegetarianism --
meat and ceremonial law --
despising and judging --
the spirit of fear leading to legalism --
asceticism and temperance movement --
4. Illustrations of legalism --
divisions and discipline --
Paul's apparent self-contradiction --
not giving offence --
evidence of being received by God 5. Christians as servants of God --
standing firm in liberty by God's power --
apprehension contrasted with final perseverance --
testimony from Scripture and great hymns --
6. The Sabbath and the Lord's Day --
observing other special days --
no extremes or bigotry --
being fully persuaded in one's own mind --
educating conscience 7. Motivation in serving the Lord --
glorifying and thanking God --
not desiring death: William Tennent and George Whitefield --
always ready to die: Richard Baxter, Peter, John and Stephen --
8. Christ's Lordship through His death and resurrection --
His conquest of death and the grave --
the devil and the fear of death defeated --
Christians possess all things, even death 9. Brothers, not judges --
the judgment seat of Christ, who is God --
all men will give account to God --
judgment of believers: reward or loss, not final destiny --
10. Paul's indirect approach completed --
stumblingblocks and snares: never being a hindrance to one's brother --
Paul's apostolic authority --
nothing is unclean of itself --
peter and Cornelius 11. Those with different convictions to be considered --
two causes of being grieved --
strong in doctrine, weak in love --
the meaning of 'destroying' one's brother: the shipwreck of faith --
following the example of Christ's sacrifice --
12. Actions good in themselves not always expedient --
the importance of conscience --
the good, weak, pure, defiled or seared conscience --
its function as a safeguard 13. The final perseverance of the saints --
Hebrews 6:4-6 --
dealing with apparent contradictions --
controlling assertions about God's purpose --
the use of warnings to preserve --
the weak must be teachable --
the limits of accommodation --
14. A magnificent summary statement --
a matter of balance and proportion --
the importance of church unity --
denominations and movements --
examinations and theological colleges --
a closing prayer 15. Rules for thinking about the kingdom of God --
always consider the parts in relation to the whole --
the whole man must be involved --
start with the reign of God in Christ --
remembering one's exalted place in the future kingdom --
16. Christians must think differently, as befits citizens of the kingdom --
the church not a democracy --
seek first the kingdom of God --
the kingdom is larger than any individual aspect --
how this greatness is to be shown to the world 17. Righteousness: imputed or ethical? --
right personal relationships --
more than an ethical statement --
belonging to the realm of righteousness --
Christians are like Jesus Christ the righteous --
18. A morbid scrupulosity ruins peace --
it leads to a censorious spirit --
it harms our relationship with God --
peace from the God of peace --
reconciliation with God leads to peace within, and with each other --
rejoicing in the Prince of Peace --
Appendix: The Roman Series.
Other Titles: Liberty and conscience
Responsibility: D.M. Lloyd-Jones.

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