That We Might Bear Fruit For God
By F. M. Perry
A series of studies in Paul’s Roman Letter, prepared for classroom use at the Berry’s Chapel Church of Christ, Franklin, Tennessee, in February 1995.
Introduction to “That We Might Bear Fruit For God.”
Lesson 1 - Basic orientation in preparation for bearing fruit for God. (Romans 5:12-21).
Lesson 2 - How the Cross of Christ enables Christians to bear fruit for God. (Romans 6:1-15).
Lesson 3 - Requirement of “sanctification” for a Christian to bear fruit for God. (Romans 6:16-23).
Lesson 4 - Requirement that the Christian accept his “death to law” and his “marriage to Christ.” (Romans 7:1-6).
Lesson 5 - Evil is present in me. If I walk in the flesh I cannot please God. (Romans 7:7-25).
Lesson 6 - The law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus versus the law of sin and death. (Romans 7:25 - 8:1-4).
Lesson 7 - Being led by the Spirit we are given new life to serve as sons of God. (Romans 8:5-17).
Lesson 8 - Summary of God’s provisions for changing human beings into sons of God. (Romans 8:18-25).
Lesson 9 - God’s all inclusive provisions for the spiritual well being of human beings. (Romans 8:26-30).
Lesson 10 - Fruit bearing assured for the Christian who “walks in the Spirit.” (Romans 8:31-39).
Lesson 11 - The Christian’s transformed life brought about by the renewing of the mind. (Romans 12:1-2).
Lesson 12 - The Christian’s mind renewed by the exercise of his individual allotment in the body of Christ. (Romans 12:3-8).
Lesson 13 - The Christian’s mind renewed to the exercise of Christ-like love that overcomes evil with good. (Romans 12:9-21).
Lesson 14 - The Christian’s mind renewed in attitude toward the world: Civil government. (Romans 13:1-7).
Lesson 15 - The Christian’s mind renewed in attitude toward the world. (Romans 13:8-14).
Lesson 16 - The Christian’s mind renewed in attitude toward the brethren in the church. (Romans 14:1-15).
Lesson 17 - The Christian’s mind renewed in attitude toward God’s church. (Romans 14:16 -15:14).