Text: Romans 7:1-8, and Romans 7:15-25

Originally preached July 6, 2014 at First Baptist Church of Hyattsville, Maryland.

Sanitation Worker Strike in Memphis, 1968. Photo is referenced in the sermon.

“When we lean on love, when we live out of love, we don’t need those laws. Because love is going to guide us in the way we that we should go. Love is going to cause us to think the best of God, ourselves, and one another. Love is going to cause us to seek the best for God, ourselves, and one another.” Full sermon below.

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Todd Thomason
Todd has led racially and economically diverse churches in the US and Canada, and believes the local church should fully integrate men, women, and children of all ages, races, persuasions, and backgrounds into its fellowship and seek to bridge social, economic, and ethnic divides locally and globally.His ministry is dedicated to preaching, teaching, and pursuing an undomesticated gospel.