Look at the Book — Romans 9 with John Piper

John Piper speaks at a small conference that considers one of the most shocking chapters in all of Scripture, Romans 9.

Piper on Romans 9 >>>


Phil Ryken’s Last Service at Tenth

Phil Ryken has recently left Tenth Presbyterian to take up the presidency of Wheaton College.  His final sermon at Tenth was a message titled ‘Faithful God’ and focused on Romans 8:38,39. His faithfulness as a preacher will be missed.

Last Service at Tenth >>>


Eric Alexander on Romans

Eric Alexanders sermon series on Romans 1 – 11 has been posted on the Eric Alexander website.

Romans >>>


Sinclair Ferguson Basics 2004

Sinclair Ferguson delivered these addresses to the 2004 BASICS Conference.

His Sufficient W0rd, 2 Timothy 3
His Eternal Election, Ephesians 1
His Transforming Spirit, Romans 8

Sinclair Ferguson Basics 2004 >>>


Abandoned by God

Is Western culture being abandoned by God?  John MacArthur looks at Romans chapter 1 and explains how God abandons sinners to their own lusts, and as such society follows in the abandonment.  A very timely pair of messages for our age.

Abandoned by God part 1 mp3 >>>

Abandoned by God part 2 mp3 >>>


J. I. Packer on Roman’s 7 & 8

Packer provides a meaty overview of the proper understanding of Roman’s 7 & 8 and how these chapters fit into Paul’s Roman argument.  A valuable message.

Romans 7 & 8 >>>


How to Kill Sin

Do you live in a peacekeeping mentality, or a war time mentality? John Piper looks at Romans 8 and exhorts us to make war on our sin.  ‘If you’re not killing sin, then sin is killing you.’  This is an excellent 3-part series.

How to Kill Sin pt. 1 >>>

How to Kill Sin pt. 2 >>> 

How to Kill Sin pt. 3 >>>


Romans Consentrated with John Piper

In 5 messages, John Piper takes a condensed look at Paul’s argument in chapters 9 through 11 in which he assures that Israel will be saved. These chapters lead us into the doctrines of grace, particularly focusing on God’s electing work in salvation. Piper deals with this text in one of the most helpful, pastoral and direct ways I’ve heard. He even raises the possibility that it was out of God’s anger with Israel that God extended salvation to the Gentiles.

Piper also relates his difficulty as a seminary student with God’s sovereignty and elective will which caused his world to collapse around him.

Romans, the condensed version page >>>



Piper’s Complete Romans series on MP3 CD


224 sermons preached from 1998 to 2006 are all on one MP3 CD.  John Piper’s entire series on Romans is available for only $85 (a mere .37 cents per message.)

Desiring God is doing a stellar job of making Piper’s messages available and accessible, absorbing the expense themselves.  One way you can support them is to purchase their packaged audio products, such as this Roman’s series. 

Piper’s Complete Roman Series page >>>