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God is for You | Romans 8:31-39

Do you believe that God is for you? Do you truly live like God is for you? In the eighth week of Dying to Live, Harrison Ross walks through Romans 8:31-39 to show us the simple truth of the gospel that God so greatly loves us and has favor on us.

Harrison RossOct 10, 2021

In This Series (8)
God is for You | Romans 8:31-39
Harrison RossOct 10, 2021
Future Glory Over Present Suffering | Romans 8:18-30
Blake HolmesOct 3, 2021
Changed by God | Romans 8:1-17
David MarvinSep 26, 2021
Acceptance Over Performance | Romans 7:7-25
Blake HolmesSep 19, 2021
The Law and Spirit | Romans 7:1–7
John ElmoreSep 12, 2021
Our Identity in Christ
David MarvinAug 29, 2021
Dead To Sin, Alive in Christ
Blake HolmesAug 22, 2021
Obedience of Faith
Nathan WagnonAug 15, 2021

Summary

Do you believe that God is for you? Do you truly live like God is for you? In the eighth week of Dying to Live, Harrison Ross walks through Romans 8:31-39 to show us the simple truth of the gospel that God so greatly loves us and has favor on us.

Key Takeaways

  • It’s easy to look up to God and think, “Are you there? Do you even care? Have you forgotten me?” You can feel separate from God, but the truth is He has not forgotten you.
  • The greatest truth you could ever know is that God is for you, and He loves you.
  • Romans 8:31 says, “What then shall we say to these things?” If you believe in Christ, in your heart you know we should be jumping for joy and shouting His praises, but too often we don’t do that or believe it to be true for ourselves.
  • It’s one thing to academically know the truth of the Bible and the gospel, but it’s another thing to live it in your daily life.
  • God is not a foreboding figure that stands over us and towers, He is a loving father who comes to us.
  • In all these things – suffering, pain, uncertainty – God is faithful when we are faithless.
  • What do we do in this truth? We rest in it. We share it.
  • The simplicity of the truth of the gospel is that Jesus loves you.
  • If it’s true that God sent Jesus Christ to die on the cross for our sins, why wouldn’t you share that?
  • The gospel brings life to all who hear it, so even if it may seem awkward to share at times, it is worth it.
  • The reality of the gospel is that you are secure in the love of God, not only after death, but today. He lives with us right now.

Discussing and Applying the Sermon

  • Do you believe God is for you? Do you believe that Jesus loves you?
  • What areas of your life are you forgetting the simple truth of the gospel?
  • Who do you need to remind that Jesus loves them?
  • What is God calling you to? What is your next obedient step?

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