Romans 8

Dr. Roberto Miranda
(Audio: Español)

RESUMEN: In Chapter 8 of the Letter to the Romans, the Apostle Paul emphasizes that salvation is by God's grace, not by works. He explains that the law, although good, cannot justify man and often exacerbates the tendency to sin. However, in Christ, there is no condemnation for those who have admitted their failures and received Jesus as their Lord and savior. To be in Christ means to prioritize the things of the spirit over the things of the flesh, and those who are led by the spirit of God are considered children of God. Living in the spirit brings freedom from condemnation and is the only way to truly advance the Kingdom of God.

In this part of the chapter, the Apostle Paul talks about how those who are led by the spirit of God are children of God. This means that they have been adopted into the Kingdom of God and no longer live in fear or slavery to sin. They can confidently approach God as their Father and have an inheritance as joint heirs with Christ. However, Paul also mentions that suffering may come as a result of identifying with Christ, but this is necessary for growth and transformation. It is important to have a positive attitude and expect good things from God. Trusting in the Lord and living for the spirit of life in Christ Jesus is key to living a fulfilling life as a child of God.

In Romans 8, Paul discusses the security of the believer in Christ Jesus. He explains that while we will face suffering and difficulties in this world, God uses these experiences to shape us into the likeness of Christ. The ultimate hope for the believer is the future glory that awaits us in eternity, where there will be no more suffering or imperfection. Paul encourages us to trust in God and rest in the assurance that all things work together for our good. As believers, we cannot lose and are more than conquerors through Christ.

In Romans 8:37-39, Paul says that we are more than conquerors and nothing can separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus. We have a loving and powerful Father who will never let us go. We should dwell in the security of our relationship with God and never give up hope because He always has a solution. We have redemption, adoption, inheritance, and a relationship with God through Christ. We should be confident in Christ Jesus.

Let's go to the word of the Lord, to Chapter 8 of the Letter to the Romans and I also encourage, well, I give a welcome to our brothers who visit us this morning as well, as Gregory did, I add my own word of welcome. We are delighted to have all of you.

We welcome you this morning if you're visiting us, and we hope that you feel right at home with us.

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