(8) What a view do these two verses ( Romans 8:26 Romans 8:27 ) give of the relations subsisting between the Divine Persons in the economy of redemption, and the harmony of their respective operations in the case of each of the redeemed! If this be the apostle's meaning, the whole verse is to this effect: That the triumph of believers over their inward corruption, through the power of Christ's Spirit in them, proves them to be in Christ Jesus, and as such absolved from condemnation. Holy Spirit groans (Romans 8:26-27) He groans as He prays for us, knowing we don’t always know what is best, He intercedes for us, praying that we might be led into the Will of God. into the glorious liberty--rather, "the liberty of the glory." Understand Christ's Sonship thus, and the language of Scripture regarding it is intelligible and harmonious; but take it to be an artificial relationship, ascribed to Him in virtue either of His miraculous birth, or His resurrection from the dead, or the grandeur of His works, or all of these together--and the passages which speak of it neither explain of themselves nor harmonize with each other. If we are faithful and obedient to the Spirit’s leading, we get to see and overcome more and more of our sinful human nature as time goes by. He has … Is he connecting Jesus’ crucifixion with the Aqedah (Binding of Isaac)? Luke 5:32 I have come to call not those who think they are righteous, but those who know they are sinners and need to repent." In other words, "Who shall pronounce" or "hold them guilty?" There is something about Romans 8 that has always enlightened and nourished my spirit. The overarching theme is assurance. For the apostle's question in this verse is, "Who shall bring a charge against God's elect?" (5) It is not when believers, through sinful "quenching of the Spirit," have the fewest and faintest glimpses of heaven, that they sigh most fervently to be there; but, on the contrary, when through the unobstructed working of the Spirit in their hearts, "the first-fruits" of the glory to be revealed are most largely and frequently tasted, then, and just for that reason, is it that they "groan within themselves" for full redemption ( Romans 8:23 ). It is God that justifieth. What Do Christians Believe About Dinosaurs? Romans 5:6 For when we were yet without strength, in due time Christ died for the UNGODLY. Thanks for stopping by! Can oneself or deeds seperate us form the love of God? It is an encouraging and heart-warming reminder that we have such a loving Heavenly Father. It cannot be taken to mean less than this: that the glorified Redeemer, conscious of His claims, expressly signifies His will that the efficacy of His death should be made good to the uttermost, and signifies it in some such royal style as we find Him employing in that wonderful Intercessory Prayer which He spoke as from within the veil "Father, I WILL that they also whom Thou hast given Me be with Me where I am" in what form this will is expressed is as undiscoverable as it is unimportant. The list continues with the present and future as well as all creation being named as things which cannot separate us from the love of Christ. (2) The sanctification of believers, as it has its whole foundation in the atoning death, so it has its living spring in the indwelling of the Spirit of Christ ( Romans 8:2-4 ). Bible Study, In what sense this is meant will appear in next chapter. 37. In Galatians 4:6 this cry is said to proceed from the Spirit in us, drawing forth the filial exclamation in our hearts. Then surely, while "building ourselves up on our most holy faith," and "praying in the Holy Ghost," only the more should we feel constrained to "keep ourselves in the love of God, looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life" ( Jude 1:20 Jude 1:21 ). do mind--give their attention to ( Philippians 3:19 ). (10) "The whole universe, with all that it contains, so far as it is good, is the friend and ally of the Christian; and, so far as it is evil, is more than a conquered foe" ( Romans 8:35-39 ) [HODGE]. Let me revise that statement. It would be easy to select just about any verse from chapter 8 to be on the list. If God is for us, who is against us?" If you don’t believe you are secure, then Jesus wouldn’t say I give them eternal life and no man can snatch them out of My or My Father’s hands (John 10:28-29). If you just pick up the Bible and start reading Romans seven you won't have a clue as to what it's talking about in reality, the difference between the letter of the Law and the spirit of the Law. So then--nearly equivalent to "And so." But he tempers this by the bright alternative, that if they do, through the Spirit, mortify the deeds of the body, such a course will infallibly terminate in "life" everlasting. We have the mind of Christ. For as the sinner's state of mind is "enmity against God" ( Romans 8:7 ), so in this state he "cannot please God" ( Romans 8:8 ). God's elect?--the first place in this Epistle where believers are styled "the elect." 20. The classical writings contain similar allusions. It is not just God transforming me; I have a willing part in this thing. 30. What is Paul talking about in Romans 8:32? Romans 8:33 Who shall lay any thing to the charge of God’s elect? 1 Chronicles 16:11 Seek the LORD and his strength; seek his presence continually! When you are both participating in it, that is what he is talking about in Romans 12. For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath made me free--rather, "freed me"--referring to the time of his conversion, when first he believed. whom he did foreknow he also did predestinate--foreordain. Life in Christ (cont.) We enjoy the mercy of God because we are in Christ and God has accepted Jesus’ sacrifice. The source, “I hear people say” is one of the most undependable of all statements or sources. in the flesh--that is, in human nature, henceforth set free from the grasp of sin. He would go through them. Someone else mentioned Philippians 3 where Paul says, "Not that I have obtained all this", Paul lived out of the hope that he had been called to, and he knew that "The one who called him is faithful." You are willing. and whom he called--thus. In chapter 12 the language changes and from a discussion of “doctrinal” themes Paul moves to a consideration of some “practical” matters. "Behold what manner of love is this?" It denotes the first great step in personal salvation and answers to "conversion." But when you sit and think of how awesome our Savior is to us, it makes you cry. the earnest expectation--(compare Philippians 1:20 ). Romans 8:15-17 For ye have … 3, 4. Romans 8 is one of the most loved chapters in all of Scripture. Romans 8:35 Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? . Paul was writing in the first person on Romans 8, putting himself where we ALL are at. 21. 13. Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Disclaimer | Advertise. (The word "also" is often so placed in our version as to obscure the sense; freely give us all things?--all other gifts being not only immeasurably less than this Gift of gifts, but virtually included in it. Romans 8:1-39 . This is God’s grace—Him giving us what we do not deserve. if so be that we suffer--"provided we be suffering with Him." and so far redemption is incomplete, but," &c.; that is, "If Christ be in you by His indwelling Spirit, though your 'bodies' have to pass through the stage of 'death' in consequence of the first Adam's 'sin,' your spirit is instinct with new and undying 'life,' brought in by the 'righteousness' of the second Adam" [THOLUCK, MEYER, and ALFORD in part, but only HODGE entirely]. What title did you give to to the rest of the chapter? Now--"But." For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God, they, &c.--"these are sons of God." so far are they from "separating us from Christ's love," that it is just "through Him that loved us" that we are victorious over them. Paul's audience looked forward to salvation with hope. (9) What an affecting view of the love of Christ does it give us to learn that His greatest nearness to God and most powerful interest with Him--as "seated on His right hand"--is employed in behalf of His people here below ( Romans 8:34 )! For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has made me free from the law of sin and death. It tends to life, and is in fact real life. for it is not subject--"doth not submit itself." And if so, to represent it as sympathizing with man's miseries, and as looking forward to his complete redemption as the period of its own emancipation from its present sin-blighted condition, is a beautiful thought, and in harmony with the general teaching of Scripture on the subject. In that sense, certainly, the Jews charged our Lord with making Himself "equal with not to disown, but to illustrate and confirm. but if ye through the Spirit do mortify the deeds of the ye shall live--in the sense of Romans 6:22 . { 11 comments… read them below or add one }, I had been on drugs for over 20 years and i have had to deal with and am deal with some harsh consequences because of choices I made but I give thanks.to God for salvation and giving us his only begotten son so that I might be free Romans Chapter 8 gives me comfort and I am thakful that there is nothing in the world that can separate me from the love of which is in Jesus Christ. Likewise the Spirit also, &c.--or, "But after the like manner doth the Spirit also help. In Romans 11:2 , and Psalms 1:6 , God's "knowledge " of His people cannot be restricted to a mere foresight of future events, or acquaintance with what is passing here below. The apostle, personifying creation, represents it as only submitting to the vanity with which it was smitten, on man's account, in obedience to that superior power which had mysteriously linked its destinies with man's. However, Jesus Christ was not and died in our place. Note, (1) Are believers "led by the Spirit of God" ( Romans 8:14 )? (4) It cannot but swell the heart of every intelligent Christian to think that if external nature has been mysteriously affected for evil by the fall of man, it only awaits his completed recovery, at the resurrection, to experience a corresponding emancipation from its blighted condition into undecaying life and unfading beauty ( Romans 8:19-23 ). Thank you Terrance. Hence (5) the estrangement of God and the sinner is mutual. Glorious assurance! We struggle to obey and our nature says “Sin!” so like Paul, we do things we don’t want to do and the things we know we ought to do, we don’t do! 38, 39. And that God will give us all things for he gave his child for us all and lastly nothing shall separate us from the love of God. ", 29. he that searcheth the hearts knoweth what is the mind of the Spirit, because he--the Spirit maketh intercession for the saints according to the will of God--As the Searcher of hearts, He watches the surging emotions of them in prayer, and knows perfectly what the Spirit means by the groanings which He draws forth within us, because that blessed Intercessor pleads by them only for what God Himself designs to bestow. But ye are not in the flesh, but in the spirit, if so be that the Spirit of God dwell in you--This does not mean, "if the disposition or mind of God dwell in you"; but "if the Holy Ghost dwell in you" (see 1 Corinthians 6:11 1 Corinthians 6:19 , 3:16 , &c.). Romans 8:5 “For they that are after the flesh (now I believe that this word `flesh’ is the same as sin. Romans 8:15-17 For ye have not received the spirit of bondage again to fear; but ye have received the Spirit of adoption, whereby we cry, Abba, Father. I hear people say, that it the verses does not mention one self. (11) Are we who "have tasted that the Lord is gracious," both "kept by the power of God through faith unto salvation" ( 1 Peter 1:5 ), and embraced in the arms of Invincible Love? He chooses to blame sin, not the law, for his terrible sinful condition; that is, his working “all manner of concupiscence [lust]” (Rom. For if ye live after the flesh, ye shall die--in the sense of Romans 6:21 . And if children, then heirs--"heirs also." Posted November 27, 2020. He was made in the reality of our flesh, but only in the likeness of its sinful condition. It makes me secure in knowing that God through Jesus Christ has a place for us in His kingdom, that each one of us are called upon according to His purpose. Because we are more than conquerors in Christ! For the creature--"the creation." 34. yea rather, that is risen again--to make good the purposes of His death. ..and that much by itself make me so grateful that our awesome God loved us and loves us better than we can even love our ownselves. . Romans 8:28 And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose. eval(ez_write_tag([[300,250],'whatchristianswanttoknow_com-medrectangle-3','ezslot_1',321,'0','0']));After the internal struggle that Paul expressed at the end of Chapter 7 it is refreshing to see him open Romans 8 with these words: “There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus…" These words are for those who have put their faith and trust in Jesus Christ as their Savior. And--rather, "But," inarticulate though these groanings be. even we ourselves--though we have so much of heaven already within us. What strong consolation is here! This whole passage, to Romans 8:34 , and even to the end of the chapter, strikes all thoughtful interpreters and readers, as transcending almost every thing in language, while OLSHAUSEN notices the "profound and colossal" character of the thought. 25. God’s grace and mercy are so wonderfully seen in this marvelous chapter. It was authored by Paul the Apostle, while he was in Corinth in the mid+50s CE, with the help of an amanuensis, Tertius, who added his own greeting in Romans 16:22. Romans 10 is the tenth chapter of the Epistle to the Romans in the New Testament of the Christian Bible.It is authored by Paul the Apostle, while he was in Corinth in the mid 50s CE, with the help of an amanuensis (secretary), Tertius, who adds his own greeting in Romans 16:22. (2) How ennobling is the thought that the complicated movements of the divine government of the world are all arranged in expressed furtherance of the "good" of God's chosen ( Romans 8:28 )! Now if any man's heart be void, not of such dispositions, but of the blessed Author of them, "the Spirit of Christ." Those who are alive in Christ have the eternal security that they will never be separated from the love of Christ. Then, naturally, all he has any concern for are the things of this world. Bible Summary, eval(ez_write_tag([[336,280],'whatchristianswanttoknow_com-medrectangle-4','ezslot_2',341,'0','0']));It would be easy to select just about any verse from chapter 8 to be on the list. He is merciful and gracious to everyone. In another place the apostle says, “That Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners of whom I am the chief” (1 Timothy 1:15). I have made a choice. For 'the Spirit Himself' is in them, giving to the emotions which He Himself has kindled the only language of which they are capable; so that though on our part they are the fruit of impotence to utter what we feel, they are at the same time the intercession of the Spirit Himself in our behalf.". (See 2 Corinthians 11:11-33 , 1 Corinthians 4:10-13 ). to be conformed to the image of his Son--that is, to be His sons after the pattern, model, or image of His Sonship in our nature. to be carnally minded--literally, "the mind" or "minding of the flesh" (Margin); that is, the pursuit of fleshly ends. For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us--that is, "True, we must suffer with Christ, if we would partake of His glory; but what of that? Accordingly Christ's sitting at the right hand of God--predicted in Psalms 110:1 , and historically referred to in 16:19 , Acts 2:33 , 7:56 , Ephesians 1:20 , Colossians 3:1 , 1 Peter 3:22 , Revelation 3:21 --signifies the glory of the exalted Son of man, and the power in the government of the world in which He participates. And if Christ be in you--by His indwelling Spirit in virtue of which we have one life with him. again--gendering. maketh intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered--that is, which cannot be expressed in articulate language. And all this is viewed as past; because, starting from the past decree of "predestination to be conformed to the image of God's Son" of which the other steps are but the successive unfoldings--all is beheld as one entire, eternally completed salvation. Note, (1) There is a glorious consistency between the eternal purposes of God and the free agency of men, though the link of connection is beyond human, perhaps created, apprehension ( Romans 8:28 ). 10, 11. Read them in the archive below. 7. shall also quicken--rather, "shall quicken even" your mortal bodies by--the true reading appears to be "by reason of." 2. Paul has already described in detail the state of every Christian in Romans 6 and in Romans 7:1-6. Nor would the other sense harmonize with the scope of the chapter, which is to exhibit the ample ground of the believer's confidence in Christ. I was in prayer and I was led to read Romans 8. And as the word "law" here has the same meaning as in Romans 7:23 , namely, "an inward principle of action, operating with the fixedness and regularity of a law," it thus appears that "the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus" here means, "that new principle of action which the Spirit of Christ has opened up within us--the law of our new being." And peace - Note, Romans 6. 23. Hence it is called "sitting on the right hand of Power" ( Matthew 26:64 ), and "sitting on the right hand of the Majesty on high" ( Hebrews 1:3 ) [PHILIPPI]. that he might be the first-born among many brethren--"The First-born," the Son by nature; His "many brethren," sons by adoption: He, in the Humanity of the Only-begotten of the Father, bearing our sins on the accursed tree; they in that of mere men ready to perish by reason of sin, but redeemed by His blood from condemnation and wrath, and transformed into His likeness: He "the First-born from the dead"; they "that sleep in Jesus," to be in due time "brought with Him"; "The First-born," now "crowned with glory and honor"; His "many brethren," "when He shall appear, to be like Him, for they shall see Him as He is.". Nay, but the great Pledge of all has already been given; for. 1. And this peculiar relationship is put forward here to enhance the greatness and define the nature of the relief provided, as coming from beyond the precincts of sinful humanity altogether, yea, immediately from the Godhead itself. judgment, because the prince of this world is judged," that is, condemned to let go his hold of men, who, through the Cross, shall be emancipated into the liberty and power to be holy. but ye have received--"ye received." "If ye do not kill sin, it will kill you." For--as touching this "calling according to his purpose" ( Romans 8:28 ). Glorious sentiment! Here, it is said to proceed from our own hearts under the vitalizing energy of the Spirit, as the very element of the new life in believers (compare Matthew 10:19 Matthew 10:20 ; and "Abba" is the Syro-Chaldaic word for "Father"; and the Greek word for that is added, not surely to tell the reader that both mean the same thing, but for the same reason which drew both words from the lips of Christ Himself during his agony in the garden ( Mark 14:36 ). © 2020 whatchristianswanttoknow.com. I must say that this post is truly a blessing!! The scope of Romans 8:1-4 is to show how "the law of sin and death" is deprived of its power to bring believers again into bondage, and how the holy law of God receives in them the homage of a living obedience [CALVIN, FRASER, PHILIPPI, MEYER, ALFORD, &c.]. It's because we all suffer. Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors, through him that loved us--not, "We are so far from being conquered by them, that they do us much good" [HODGE]; for though this be true, the word means simply, "We are pre-eminently conquerors." Neither tribulation, distress, persecution, famine, nakedness, peril nor sword can separate us from God’s love. 12, 13. but hope that is seen is not hope--for the very meaning of hope is, the expectation that something now future will become present. I also thank God that even my errors in life will work for my good because I love Jesus and he loves me. Then Paul continues to say that no created thing is able to separate us either. (Romans 8:13.) If thus "to see through a glass darkly" be so very sweet, what will it be to "see face to face?" THIRD: Triumphant Summary of the Whole Argument ( Romans 8:28-39 ). Proud member We all experienced hardships, some of it … if any man have not the Spirit of Christ--Again, this does not mean "the disposition or mind of Christ," but the Holy Ghost; here called "the Spirit of Christ," just as He is called "the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus" It is as "the Spirit of Christ" that the Holy Ghost takes possession of believers, introducing into them all the gracious, dove-like disposition which dwelt in Him ( Matthew 3:16 , John 3:34 ). Romans 8. The one expresses the dignity to which we are admitted; the other the new life which we receive. But how are we to conceive of this intercession? (Compare John 3:18 , 5:24 , Romans 5:18 Romans 5:19 ). for we know not what we should pray for as we ought--It is not the proper matter of prayer that believers are at so much loss about, for the fullest directions are given them on this head: but to ask for the right things "as they ought" is the difficulty. Already within us. 8:31 what shall we then say to these?... 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