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Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to be adopted? What question would haunt you? Who am I? Where do I belong? Who claims me as their own? These are foundational questions to our identity. What if these questions can’t be answered by being part of an earthly family. What if only Jesus can answer these questions? According to Romans, the good news of the Gospel includes being adopted into the family of God where we find answers to our deepest questions of identity and belonging.
Some of the most famous phrases in the Bible, including "there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ," "God works out all things for the good," and "nothing can separate us from the love of God," all come from Romans chapter 8. These phrases are famous for good reason – they inspire us, comfort us, and are all from one of the most-quoted sections of Scripture in our day. But what do these phrases actually mean in their full context? In a verse-by-verse study of Romans chapter 8, we will explore these phrases and much more.