Date: May 7, 2019 Author: HAT 0 Comments. Week 2: Romans 8:5-8 (1) Look back on your notes for verses 1-4. Romans Images and Notes. Romans Bible Study (The Righteousness of God Revealed) Romans 8:1-8, No Condemnation In Christ. Also look ahead to verses 9 to 11. Book of Romans Chapter 8: 8:1 - [ In Context | Read Chapter | Discuss this Verse ] [ Multi-Translation ] Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus, F29 : Study Resource List: ACC -> Commentary on 8:1 BCC -> Commentary on 8:1 BNN -> Commentary on 8:1 DSN -> Synopsis on 8:1 GEB -> Study Notes on 8:1 We have seen that chapters 5–8 have a kind of sandwich structure. Romans 8:28 - And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to [his] purpose. Study Notes – Romans 8 1-14. Free to Live By the Spirit, Romans 8:1-11 1. The Book of Romans. We live in turbulent times, the world's economy is shaky at best. Lesson Focus: No Condemnation! Romans 8:2 tells us we are free from the power of sin. But even with all that is going on we certainly don't lack for things to be thankful for in this country; we have so much. The purpose of this paper is to look at Romans 8:1-8 exegetically by breaking down the structure and the Greek used to write it, in an attempt to make sure the passage is clearly interpreted into its original meaning. See the translation notes. (2) This section abounds in the word “for”. – Read Rom 8:1-11. Romans 8:1 tells us we are free from the guilt of sin. That context is that all people, whether Jew or Gentile have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God (Romans 3:23). ... BACKGROUND AND CONTEXT: This is our second in a series of four readings from the book of Romans, the Apostle Paul’s long letter to the Roman church that makes a strong case for the theology of justification by faith. 5:1-11 Suffering with assurance of future glory. It can guide us, teach us, and tell us about God’s character. What purpose do verses 5-8 serve in the flow of Paul’s argument? The beginning and ending of the chapter help the reader understand the context and content of the rest of the other verses. Brent Kercheville February 7, 2010 Click here to listen to this lesson. The review is built into the observations questions below, therefore there is no ‘review’ section in this lesson. No Condemnation (8:1) The first verse of Romans 8 is the declaration of hope and rejoicing that is unfortunately broken by the chapter break. I believe that America is in a recession. He has described the context in which the righteousness of God has been revealed (Romans 1:16-32). ATTENTIVE LISTENING TO THE TEXT: ROMANS 8 Context and Structure: Romans 8 and Romans 5. ... Bible Study on Faith Bible Summary and Study on Love: 1 Corinthians 13 True Friendship: A Bible Study on Friends. Romans 1:20 - For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, [even] his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:. Romans 8:1-4 Delivered 09/18/2011. Until this point in Romans, Paul has taken his hearers through the “shadowlands” of the faith. b. Paul … Continue reading "Commentary on Romans 8:1-11" Observing the Text: Leaders: This is a long lesson but there are some important concepts in these verses that need careful study. Recall that “for” introduces a ground, or reason why the preceding proposition is true. For what the law could not do in that it was weak through the flesh: The law can do many things. Historical Context When breaking down a passage, one must always understand to whom the author is writing too. Romans 8 concludes the second main section of the body of the letter, ‘Living under grace’. We have truly been blessed by God.