Exposition of Romans (MP3 Series) by Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones | Monergism

Exposition of Romans (MP3 Series) by Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones


I have personally been impacted by Martyn Lloyd Jones commentary and teaching on Romans immensely.  I encourage you to dig into these. He has a 14 volume commentary on Romans that is kinda awesome.  If I had the ~$300 to drop right now  I would have it in my library right now. I am in the proces of picking a volume up here and there.

I recommend diving into Romans 5-8 to begin with. Stay there for two to three months. It will change your life. Hold your theology loose, let God help you keep the life and sift out the stagnant parts. In the past 14 months I have let God shake my foundation.  He has,  oh he has. It is and has been the best thing I have ever let happen.

(Click here to access MP3’s)

No New Testament epistle is more foundational to the faith than Romans, and no exposition of Paul’s letter is more insightful than that of Lloyd-Jones.

Drawn from his messages at Westminster Chapel from 1955 to 1968, this masterful series of sermons blends evangelical interpretation with practical applications to provide sound doctrinal teaching on this fundamental document. This series is also available in Hardcover.

Exposition of Romans (14 Volume Set)
by Martyn Lloyd Jones

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About Ben Kilen

I am a average guy father of 4. I don't claim any super powers or amazing talents. I do have a double jointed thumb and I have always hoped it would bring me wealth and fame but so far it hasn't. I am an eclectic music lover as long and by music current day main stream rap does not qualify as music. Anything that has one to two sentences hammered over and over with no melody or excessive auto tune does not qualify.

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