Romans 8:18 ESV

For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us.

Lesson 49: Present Suffering, Future Glory (Romans 8:18-25)
Expository study of Romans: To persevere in present sufferings with hope, keep your eyes on the future glory that God has promised us.
16. From Groaning to Glory (Romans 8:18-27)
Introduction My wife and I have been thinking a great deal this week about our daughter Amy. In part we are thinking of her because she has just left us to attend college some distance away. But primarily we are thinking of Amy because she is presently in the wilderness of northe...
Lesson 5: Romans 8
How good are you at remembering American History? If it happened in my lifetime= pretty good. All remember President FDR, he made a speech before Congress 11 months before Pearl Harbor in Jan 1941. Our nation was unsettled, concerned about the war in Europe, much has been forgott...
Romans 8 | Resources from Ligonier Ministries
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15. Siding With the Spirit (Romans 8:1-17)
Introduction Our family was on vacation during the fuel crisis a number of years ago when we ran short of fuel in a remote western part of the United States. In the small town where we found it necessary to spend the night, only one motel was available, and my children still lau...
Is it okay for Christians to be sad? |
Sadness is appropriate when faced with tragedy, sickness, death, or loss. It is good for Christians to mourn and lament in a way the rests in God and looks forward in hope to His promises. It is also good to grieve with others who are in tragic situations and enduring sadness.
Romans: The Master Key to Scripture
The Book of Romans tells how God can save the whole person: body, soul and spirit. That fulfillment is accomplished, not simply as followers of a philosophy, or a philosopher, but through relationship with a Living Person, Savior and Redeemer.
Security in the Spirit
Did Death of Any Kind Exist Before the Fall?
Death, whether animal or human, physical or spiritual, is a consequence of mans disobedience toward his Creator and an intrusion into His very good creation.
276 - Les Feldick Bible Study Lesson 3 - Part 4 - Book 23 - Romans 8:31-39 - Part 2 Through the Bible with Les Feldick LESSON 3 * PART 4 * BOOK 23 ROMANS 8:31-39 Peter says: II Peter 1:20 Usually it's because...
What God's Doing In Your Life | Sermon on Romans 8:18-30
Pastor Dave Hannah's sermon on Romans Chapter 8 verses 18-30 Like us on Facebook: Visit us on the web: http://www.walko...

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