Romans 8:28-35

Dr. Roberto Miranda
(Audio: Spanish)

SUMMARY: In Romans 8:28, the Apostle Paul emphasizes that everything that happens in the life of a believer works together for good. This includes difficult situations, trials, and tribulations. Paul says that those who love God are called according to His purpose and have an advantage because all things work together for their good. The believer must recognize the redemptive work of God in the midst of difficult moments and have faith that God can take any situation and bring it to a positive conclusion. The passage emphasizes the security and assurance that believers have in their salvation and their walk with Christ.

The passage discusses how Satan only knows how to kill, steal, and destroy, but Jesus came to provide abundant life. The author encourages readers to look at past difficulties through a positive lens, as God can redeem them for good. All events and issues of life flow towards blessing for those who love God. The author also discusses Paul's elaboration on God's plan of salvation, which involves foreknowing, predestining, calling, justifying, and glorifying individuals. Overall, the passage encourages faith in God's plan and trust in His ability to turn difficult situations into blessings.

In this passage, Paul is discussing God's plan of salvation and how God has predestined and foreknown us. However, some theologians have used this passage to develop a theological system that restricts human freedom and leads to confusion. God chose Israel as a representative on earth, but they rebelled and were cast off. Similarly, God wants us to be saved, but recognizes our freedom to choose. There is a struggle in the church regarding the doctrine of eternal salvation, but we can have confidence in God's investment in our lives. Nothing can separate us from the love of God, and in all struggles, we are more than conquerors in Christ Jesus.

Romans 8. Let's go to the last section. We have divided this Chapter 8 of Romans into four major sections, each of them very, very dense, very complex and with many, many very deep truths that complete our understanding of the plan of salvation for the church.

Romans Chapter 8: 28. Today we conclude with this idea that we are more than conquerors in everything we experience in our lives. Chapter 8:28, Romans, says:

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