Who Shall Separate Us From The Love Of Christ? (4 of 16) by Ken Trivette
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Series: Great Questions from the Bible
I. WE NEED NOT DOUBT A CONFIRMATION OF THE LOVE OF
A. The Expression of God's Love
B. The Extent of God's Love
II. WE NEED NOT DELIBERATE A LIMITATION TO THE LOVE OF
A. The Objects Of God's Affection
B. The Outcome Of God's Affection
III. WE NEED NO DESPAIR A SEPARATION FROM THE LOVE OF
A. Can Any Experience Separate Us From The Love Of
B. Can Any Enemy Separate Us From The Love Of Christ?
1. Charles Spurgeon once visited the Church of one of
his students. When he arrived he noticed on top of the
Church a weather vane inscribed with the words "God Is
Love." Spurgeon looked at the young pastor and asked,
"Do you mean to imply that God's love changes like the
wind?" The young pastor quickly replied, "Oh, no,
that's not the message at all. The message is that God
loves no matter which way the wind is blowing."
2. For the past few Sunday mornings we have been
looking at great questions in the Bible. We began by
looking at the question asked by the Philippian Jailer
in Acts 16:30, "Sirs, what must I do to be saved?" The
second question we considered was the question asked
by the Psalmist in Psalm 27:1, "Whom shall I fear?"
The third question we considered was the question
asked by Job in Job 14:14, "If a man die, shall he
live again?" Today I want us to consider the question
found in Romans 8:35, "Who shall separate us from the
love of Christ?"
3. As we seek to find an answer to that question we
will learn that God loves no matter which way the wind
is blowing. As the great blind preacher and hymn
writer, George Matheson of Glasgow, Scotland, stated
in his great hymn, God's love is a love "that wilt not
let me go." God said in Jeremiah 31:3, "Yea, I have
loved thee with an everlasting love." The question
asked in verse 35 ...
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