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Commentaries for Romans Chapter 8

The freedom of believers from condemnation.

Believers may be chastened of the Lord, but will not be condemned with the world...
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Their privileges as being the children of God.

If the Spirit be in us, Christ is in us...
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Their hopeful prospects under tribulations.

The sufferings of the saints strike no deeper than the things of time, last no longer than the present time, are light afflictions, and but for a moment...
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Their assistance from the Spirit in prayer.

Though the infirmities of Christians are many and great, so that they would be overpowered if left to themselves, yet the Holy Spirit supports them...
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Their interest in the love of God.

That is good for the saints which does their souls good...
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Their final triumph, through Christ.

All things whatever, in heaven and earth, are not so great a display of God's free love, as the gift of his coequal Son to be the atonement on the cross for the sin of man; and all the rest follows upon union with him, and interest in him...
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