The reformer Martin Luther said this after reading Romans: “...I felt my heart strangely warmed. I felt I did trust in Christ, Christ alone, for my salvation; and an assurance was given me that he had taken my sins away, even mine, and saved me from the law of sin and death.” Augustine, Martin Luther, John Wesley, Karl Barth were all changed after studying Romans.
Luther, in his preface to the Roman letter, wrote: “'Romans' deserves not only to be known word for word by every Christian, but to be the subject of his meditation day by day, the daily bread of his soul...the more time one spends on it, the more precious it becomes and the better it appears."
On 16 May, come join Rev David Cook for a day, as he teaches and summarises the whole book of Romans, for the more time we spend on it, the more precious it becomes and the better it appears.
Rev David Cook served as principal of Sydney Missionary and Bible College for 26 years. He now ministers at the Chinese Presbyterian church in Sydney for 6 months each year and spends the other 6 months in itinerant ministry throughout the world. David has authored and contributed to several books on preaching, and has often spoken at seminars in Malaysia.
Saturday, 16 May 2015: 9.00am to 4.45pm
Suggested contribution of RM20 includes morning tea and lunch..
Programme:Talk 1: Romans 1 - 8: Righteousness of God
Talk 2: Romans 9 - 11: Righteousness of God to Israel
Talk 3: Romans 12 - 16: Communal Righteousness
Question & Answer Session
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