by Adrian Rogers

Eternal Security of the Believer in Jesus
Adrian Rogers
Romans 8:1-39

Take your Bibles, turn to Romans 8 for just a moment. Romans Chapter 8. Now we're going to look at a lot of scriptures, but we're going to begin in Romans Chapter 8. Now let me ask you a question. And I know the answer, but I'm going to ask the question and let you just think about it. Question number one, isn't it wonderful that we can be saved? Say amen. It's just wonderful. Is there anything better than being saved? Yes there is. What is it? Well, it's being saved and knowing that you're saved. Amen? Isn't it wonderful that not only can we be saved, but the Bible teaches that those who are saved can know that they're saved? Well, is there anything better than being saved and knowing that you're saved? Oh yes. What could be better than that? It is being saved, knowing that you're saved and knowing that you can never lose your salvation. Now friend, that is trice wonderful.

Look in Romans Chapter 8 verse 1, the Bible teaches in verse 1 that we can be saved. ''There is therefore now no condemnation...'' Hallelujah. The word condemnation means judgment. Judgment for those who are in Christ Jesus is past, it is over. We will never come into condemnation. Hallelujah we can be saved. But there's something better than that. Look, if you will, in verse 16 of Romans 8, ''For the Spirit himself beareth witness with our spirit, that we are the children of God.'' So that's the second wonderful thing. Not only can we be saved, we can know that we're saved. The Holy Spirit of God tells us that we're saved (born again). But even more wonderful than that is that we can know that when we're saved, and know that we're saved, we can also know that we are eternally secure and can never lose that salvation. Look in Romans 8 verses 38 and 39, the Apostle Paul says, ''For I am persuaded,'' this is not some uh whimsical view, ''I am persuaded that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor po ...

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