We are in a series of messages entitled “Life aboard the Fellowship” in Romans 15. There are 8 imperatives (as I see it) that we are given in Romans 15—actions that we are to pursue in our relationships with one another (especially relationships in the context of the local church). The first action is given to us in verse 1. We are to “Bear with one Another when there is a difference of opinion over things not specifically covered in Scripture. The second action that we talked about is in verses 2-4 and deals with the idea of “Pleasing One Another.” We encounter the third action in verses 5 and 6, which is the idea of “Agreeing with one another.” The fourth action is that we “Accept one another.” Last time we talked about “Serving one Another.” That brings us to our primary text today—a couple of verses that we skipped last week.