Triumph Over Trouble (11 of 20) by Stan Coffey
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Series: The Riches of Romans
Dr. Stan Coffey
I hope tonight that God will bless your heart as we share together from the book of Romans. If you have your Bible I want us to turn to the eighth chapter once again.
I believe that I could teach for a year just from the eighth chapter of Romans. I don't intend to do that but it could be done because of the wealth and the material in this chapter. But I want us tonight to read another of the promises of God.
I spoke Sunday morning on the Greatest Promise in the Bible which is Romans 8:1 that "There is no condemnation to them that are in Christ Jesus." What a wonderful promise it is to know that those who are in Christ Jesus will never be condemned and will never be brought before God to be judged and that God from this moment holds nothing against those who are in Christ. I just praise God for that promise.
Now if you will begin reading at Verse 28. I think you will find another wonderful promise that will answer another need in your life tonight. The Bible says, "AND WE KNOW ALL THINGS WORK TOGETHER FOR GOOD TO THEM THAT LOVE GOD,TO THEM WHO ARE CALLED ACCORDING TO HIS PURPOSE.
FOR WHOM YOU DID FOREKNOW, HE ALSO DID PREDESTINATE TO BE CONFORMED TO THE IMAGE OF HIS SON THAT HE MIGHT BE THE FIRST BORN AMONG MANY BRETHEN.
MOREOVER WHOM HE DID PREDESTINATE THEN HE ALSO CALLED AND WHOM HE CALLED THEN HE ALSO JUSTIFIVED, AND WHOM HE JUSTIFIED, THEN HE ALSO GLORIFIED.
WHAT SHALL WE SAY THEN TO THESE THINGS? IF GOD BE FOR US, WHO CAN BE AGAINST US?"
Now the wonderful promise that Paul has given to us in Romans 8:1 perhaps has caused us to think as the Roman believers might have thought. This is wonderful for the future but what about the time in which you live?
In other words, Paul just told us that we will never be condemned in the sweet by and by but what about all the bad things that h ...
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