For Those Who Love God

Series: Romans 8

Our text this week is amazing. We could do an entire series on these five verses. Many believers cling to verse 28 in particular, “All things work together for good.” That’s essential. It can be hard to believe that such awful things can happen. I can tell stories about some. I’m sure you can, too.

The key to a productive Christian life is the Holy Spirit. He helps us in our weakness. He prays for us with incredible depth. He searches our hearts and produces the mind of Christ within us. He transforms and conforms us into a follower of Jesus. He helps us live into the center of God’s will. He calls us in accordance with His purpose.

Our favorite part of verse 28, “All things work together for good,” is sandwiched between two other clauses: FOR THOSE WHO LOVE GOD and FOR THOSE WHO ARE CALLED ACCORDING TO HIS PURPOSE. To win, I must be on the right (“winning”) team. If I choose not to be on that team, those promises (“all things work together for good”) may not apply. Remember WHO is in charge: God. Remember He jus

Speaker: Tom Harrison

November 8, 2020
Romans 8:26-30

Tom Harrison

Senior Pastor

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