Romans 8: 35, 37

  DESCRIPTION: Man taking picture of self with Jesus in heaven.  Jesus talking to an angel. CAPTION: I'VE TRIED TO EXPLAIN THAT HE'S GOING TO BE WITH ME FOREVER, BUT HE JUST DOESN'T GET IT

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“Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, or distress or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword…..yet in all these things we are MORE THAN CONQUERORS through Him who loved us.”  Romans 8:35,37

Personalizing Romans 8:35, 37:

  Can anything EVER separate me from Christ’s love?  Anything at all?   Does it mean God no longer loves me or has deserted me in any way if I have trouble or distress or if calamity strikes and bad things seem to keep happening?  What about all the prayers that He seems to be answering opposite of what I am praying for?  How does aggressive cancer fit in this equation?  Shall a diagnosis or prognosis or  overwhelmingly hard circumstances, suffering, or pain become a wedge between me and my Lord, or shall these trials serve to press me in nearer and nearer to His loving heart toward me?  How about side effects from chemo or surgery with complications or radiation looming ahead, or medical statistics or bad news or the threat of death, shall these things in any way separate God and me? No way Jose! Despite and in the midst of all these things and more, I will trust Him for He is completely worthy of my trust.  In Him I am more than a conqueror.   More?  YES MORE than a conqueror!   Overwhelming victory: sweet, sweet victory is mine through Christ, who could not love me more than He already does.

Lord, every single good gift comes from You…
(From James 1:7)   One Thousand Gifts
281. NOTHING shall separate me from the love of Christ.  I am more than a conqueror and a victor in Him!  (Rm 8:35, 37)
282. Kelley’s bone and lung scans coming out clear
283. Fresh air and sunshine
284. A song of praise to God in my heart
Gratefully His, Paula
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2 Responses to Romans 8: 35, 37

  1. Michelle says:


    It us true that no cancer can separate you from the love of Christ.
    One day we all depart from this world and when we will meet in Heaven with Jesus those who suffered for Him here will shine brighter among all the saints.
    One day all the pain will end. And you will be blessed like Job was blessed by God in the end.

    Love from,

  2. Kathy Geiger says:

    Yes we are conquerors. Yes We have total victory in Jesus. How great that is!
    We may be momentarily blinded by whatever happens to us or our family and friends, but He continually draws our sight and emotions back to Him so that we may rejoice in our victory. Yeah Jesus! Love you, Kathy.

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