July 24

2 Chronicles 11:1-13:22
Romans 8:26-39
Psalm 18:37-50
Proverbs 19:27-29

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New Testament:
Romans 8:26-39

Summary: Future Glory, God’s Everlasting Love

July 24 as we open up the New Testament for today, we’ll be looking into the book of Romans and reading from chapter 8, verses 26 through 39. We’ll read about guidance. God’s purpose is to make his children like his Son, and he will succeed. The Spirit intercedes for us and guides us as we pray and the circumstances of life work for our good, no matter how painful they may be. We’ll also read about love.

The Spirit of God makes the love of God real to us. You can count on that. The Father is for us, the Son is for us, and the Holy Spirit is for us. That ought to be very encouraging news for anyone within the sound of my voice that God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit are on your side. See, nothing can separate us from his love.

Is there any reason why we should not be more than conquerors? All right, let’s begin our reading today in the New Testament.  Romans 8:26-39

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Listen to John MacArthur on today’s scripture below

 Romans 8:35–39


Truth for Life - Alistair Begg

The Spirit of Sonship

Romans 8:12-17


Dr. J. Vernon McGee - Thru the Bible

Dr. J. Vernon McGee – Thru the Bible


Romans – J Vernon Mcgee – Thru the Bible

Romans 8



Are you ever unsure of what to pray for? There can be times when we feel our prayers are too self-centered, too vague, or not important enough for our big God to hear. Sometimes we just don’t know what to say. There is no need to feel frustrated, embarrassed, or worried about this. As a result, it serves as a reminder of a profound truth about prayer: you never do it alone.

Freedom from the law! For 2,000 years, Paul’s letter to the Romans has proclaimed the news that every guilty person should long for. We don’t have to run from the law of God for the rest of our lives—hounded by the barking dogs of past sins. God offers freedom. He offers immunity. He offers pardon. And if He is for us, who can be against us?

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