I read Romans 8:28-39. This is one of the greatest and most precious promises of scripture which applies to those whom God is for, who are in Christ Jesus by faith, who love God, and who have been called according to his purposes; who walk not after the flesh, but according to the Spirit. Nothing and no one can separate us from Christ’s love. Amen! No matter what we go through, Jesus will always be there for us.
Even when we fail him, and we fall into sin’s deceptive ways once again, he is there to pick us back up and to restore us if we will repent of our sins and choose to walk in obedience to him once again. He will never leave us or forsake us. We can always count on him! He is completely faithful to all his promises. No matter what tragedies in life we face, what difficulties, and/or what seemingly impossible situations we may encounter, he will always be there for us to comfort, encourage, strengthen and bring much healing to our hearts and bodies. Amen!
In all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loves us. How are we conquerors? We are victorious over sin and the effects of life’s difficulties on our minds, emotions and bodies when we choose to apply the truths of scripture, and the teachings and remedies of Christ, to our sin problems and to our human weaknesses, trusting the Lord Jesus daily to work in and through us for his honor and glory and praise.
Nothing Can Separate Us
An Original Work / March 28, 2013
Based off Romans 8:28-39
Nothing can separate us
From Christ’s love now within us:
Not trouble, hardship, nor famine,
Nor danger, nor sword.
No, in all of these things
We are more than conquerors!
For your sake we face hardship.
We are sheep to be slaughtered.
I am convinced that death,
Nor life, nor anything else
Will separate us from
The love of God now in Christ.
What, then, shall we say to this?
God for us: who against us?
He who did not spare His Son
But gave Him for us all –
How will He not, with Him,
Graciously give us all things?
Who brings a charge against us?
God justifies His chosen.
Who is He that condemns?
Christ Jesus; died, rose again.
He’s at the right hand of God,
Interceding for us.