Is anything denied you that seems desirable? Hath He given Christ, and will He not give pardon to cancel our defects, and grace to do our duty? Having one Son, His well-beloved, He sent Him."2. This cannot be any mere equivalent for a Messiah, or for a man who was like God in purity of nature. 1, "He spared not His own." She watched him grow tall and strong and she provided socks and shoes for every step of the way. In looking along the line of redemption we see that the crisis of it is past. Make you quite sure that you have taken the great gift of God. "He that spared not His own Son, but delivered Him up for us all, how shall He not with Him freely give us" — the pardon of our sins, and the justification of our persons; His Holy Spirit to renew our natures; the witness of our adoption, etc., etc.2. The gift and each and all of the gifts are links of the golden chain that draws us up to the throne of God.3. Romans 5. We dishonour Christ by mistrust of the power of His saving merit. He "delivered Him up. It is God that justifieth. "Who knoweth what is good for man in this life, all the days of his vain life which he spendeth as a shadow?" We read sometimes of Christ given for us, and sometimes of Christ given to us. Sinner! It were impiety to think that the blessed martyrs were more patient than Christ. Three positions may support this inference. So that it is useless to seek God's love out of Christ — there is none out of Christ. Melvill, B.D. G. Manly.The text is an epitome of Christianity. Romans 8:32-35 New King James Version (NKJV). We may therefore hail every fresh discovery in science, etc., as only another helper of God's work. God has known what it is to be bereaved by the departure and death of his best-beloved. That the love of God the Father should be recognised as the source of our salvation and all our blessings.2. Having one Son, His well-beloved, He sent Him. How many things could you resign before you spared a child! "All things" necessary and salutary. Only when we keep firm hold of Christ as the gift of God and the Explainer of all that God does, can we face the darkness, the perplexities, the torturing questions that harasses men's minds as they look upon the mysteries of human misery. Week 10: June 29, 2014 . Their regeneration by the indwelling of the Holy Ghost (vers. Is it not certain that the Being who gave the greatest, and whose love and capacity are as great as ever, will give all the smaller blessings that are necessary?3. God having laid this foundation, let us see WHAT A SUPERSTRUCTURE OF GRACE IS BUILT THEREON, and He doth "freely give us all things.". The gifts of God vary, but one among all stands pre-eminent. You are sometimes dismayed at the thought of your demerit; but if your demerit restrained the Divine goodness, the Saviour would never have appeared. Those that give up themselves to Christ (1 Corinthians 3:22). But He "willed to have mercy"; and reached out His arms so far as to remove the obstruction. Loving Father, thank You for this staggering truth that you chose to give Your only begotten Son as the purchase price for me. The diurnal revolution of the earth brings the joyful sunrise and the pathetic sunset. "Now I know that thou fearest Me, see that thou hast not with. But whatever of this world's good shall subserve our convenience, and comport with that providential discipline by which our Heavenly Father is training us, we are entitled to expect. Conclusion: The subject should —1. But what speak we of martyrs? NIV, Holy Bible, Larger Print, Paperback . If you would, please turn there with me and as you are making your way to Romans 8,I would like to share with you a story about my son Caden. More than this no man in his senses would wish to have. May we call the ocean ours, and yet be forbidden to drink of the brook by the way?2. There is a beautiful contrast between the manners of giving. The question requires for its answer only the belief in the unchangeableness of the Divine heart, and the uniformity of the Divine purpose. Delivered He was — not to despair, for that was impossible; nor to the torments of hell, which could never seize on His innocent soul; but to the wrath of God (Psalm 102:3, 4; Psalm 22:15), the terriblest thing in the world; the sting of sin, which is the sting of death. (2) As co-essential means. God "spared not His own Son," but that did not lesson His resources. "We are reconciled by His death, and we are saved by His life." Do you think He will not give you bread and water on the road to it?" We are warranted to ask till we think of some gift greater than Jesus.3. « Romans 8:31. This fact supposes the guilty, fallen, helpless condition of man without Christ. The greater the creature the more deeply does he feel his dependence. Mercy is all our plea, and it was all His motive; and wrought in Him a will, a cheerful will.II. To magnify this goodness observe —1. All good is embodied in Christ; other blessings are fruits of his tree of life. THE PERSONS FOR WHOM.1. why should He not communicate Himself to our souls? That Christ, especially in His atoning character, is "all in all." THE STRENGTH AND THE FORCE OF THE INFERENCE. Romans 8:32 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Romans 8:32, NIV: "He who did not spare his own Son, but gave him up for us all--how will he not also, along with him, graciously give us all things?" Never was foundation more surely laid, nor can we tell how many those unshaken props are by which it upholds the confidence of a believer. To give freely is to give lovingly and readily, or from a loving motive and in a ready manner.(J. I. He has no such other gift. 5. If you be to Christ what Christ was to God, a dedicated servant, ever to do the things that please Him; when you enter into covenant with Him, and devote yourselves to His use and service. The blood of Christ is sufficient to wash away the sins of the world, nay, of a thousand worlds. (1) It may, doubtless, include all such comforts and blessings of the present life as God sees to be safe and fitting for us to possess. How this mysterious act is grasped by the apostle as the illuminating fact as to the whole Divine nature. The Giver's motive and manner. More than this no man in his senses would wish to have. She provided the discipline, she read the books, she took him to school. And so just as that great gift is the illuminating fact in reference to the Divine heart, so is it the interpreting fact in reference to the Divine dealings. But to rise one step more. He means literally what He says — "all things." What? This fact supposes the guilty, fallen, helpless condition of man without Christ. But His soul was crucified more than His body, and His heart had sharper nails to pierce it than His hands or His feet.5. "This is your first graduation - just the perfect time to dream," he says. God cannot but give when we are fit to receive; and in Christ we are made capable. Dec 15, 2017 - Free Bible Study Lessons - Bible study questions designed for daily study by yourself, with a partner, or small group. The reasonableness of our most enlarged expectation. “No condemnation” — that is the first note of the chapter. How the tenderness and the beneficence that were the sole motive of the surrender are lifted into light in "for us all." The history and the logic are alike Divine, for the writer "spake as he was moved by the Holy Ghost."1. We do not live in the body till we be united to the head; nor till we have Christ, do we receive the saving effects of His grace; clear that once, and shall He not with Him give us all things? (3) The persons for whom — for the cursed race of fallen Adam, who had no strength to do anything for themselves.II. Do you degrade all the world's wealth, pleasantness, etc., into an "also"? 26, 28). The gift of God's Son is the beneficence of sacrifice, the gift of all things is the beneficence of sufficiency, and the former is the means of the latter. These recognised the conclusion follows. In arguing from the past to the future we mark —1. It gets embarrassingly personal, and horribly public in the courtroom of heaven. Denomination: Lutheran. and finally, will He not reward us after we have served Him? Nay, He delights in it. But the point here is, inasmuch as He gives us all things, let us take all the things that come to us as being as distinctly the gifts of His love, as is the gift of Christ Himself. etc.(W. PERFECT. But also made sin for us (2 Corinthians 5:21; Romans 8:3) and a curse for us (Galatians 3:13). His tender mercy is over all His works, but His delights are with those who know and love Him. Connect even our temporal blessings with the atonement of the Lord Jesus.2. But Christ was struck, as it were, with His axe. As the lifeboat slowly pulled away from the sinking ship, the captain yelled out to the boy, "Son, never forget what has been done for you today!". "Though he were a Son, yet learned he obedience by the things which he suffered; and being made perfect, he became the Author of eternal salvation.". Live in the calm confidence that God gives all things; and gives us for to-morrow as for eternity; for earth as for heaven. Omnipotence is limited here; we can ask no blessing adequate to this: hence what is the pardon of sins to God? Instead, it's a certainty. Infidelity and impenitency only limit a proposition so general, and bound so saving and universal, and contract all into a few. The winning bid was $351,100 - the price of access. (a) In a way of impartial justice (2 Peter 2:4, 5). He was not spared. Always remember, each dream is important because it is your dream, it is your future. To do good to strangers is humane. We are not left to the bare power or willingness or promise of God to finish the work; we have in the past gift an advanced security as to the triumphant result. In this manifestation of His love He appeareth rather a Father to us than to Him. He did not keep Him back, as He might have done, when the miseries of humanity cried for Him. We are accustomed to speak of Christ's life of unselfishness and His death of beneficence as being the revelation of the love of God as well as of Christ, because we believe that "God was in Christ reconciling the world," and that "He that hath seen Christ hath seen the Father." The gift is related to the gifts —(1) as means to ends. It was not because He owed it to us, but because His own heart was set upon it. Christ came to purchase all manner of benefits — the favour, the image, the everlasting fruition of the glory of God. "For us" men, then, and "for us" sinners, was Christ delivered (Isaiah 53:5). They are secondary; He is the primary. It's unlikely the Apostle Paul was holding up a single index finger when he finished writing his letter to the Romans, but maybe he could have. ALL WHICH GOD HATH DONE IN THE WORK OF OUR REDEMPTION HAS BEEN DONE ENTIRELY OF FREE WILL. After all, what we call Romans Chapter 8 is known today as one of the greatest chapters in all the Bible. That is grace! As of Abraham, so in this lofty example the Son is the only Son. To a world that disowned Him. What was the severest trial of Abraham's regard for God? If you be to Christ what Christ was to God, a dedicated servant, ever to do the things that please Him; when you enter into covenant with Him, and devote yourselves to His use and service. John Piper May 31, 2015 2K Shares Sermon. God "spared not His own Son," i.e. The Divine nature could not suffer, but gave efficacy.2. All good things are the gift of God (James 1:17); and whatever God giveth, He giveth freely, for there can be no pre-obligation upon Him (chap. why should He not give His Spirit? Certainly, had not God revealed His will, we could not have desired it, but our prayers would have been blasphemy; our hope, madness; our wish, sacrilege; and our opinion, impiety.2. Here He was made an object for the malice of men and the rage of the devil to work on.2. But we are now sons. To us the benefits of salvation widen and grow in value, but to God the most valuable thing has been introduced into the process.2. Now, will God by an antecedent bounty lay the foundation so deep, and withhold the consequent bounty? The promise is that God will give me all things with Christ; but such a promise excludes whatsoever is not in harmony with Christ. If Christ died only for all believers, then sin has only affected all believers. And yet there is a most important sense in which God bestows all things on His people.1. 3. Yes, but we must properly define what “good” means. Their regeneration by the indwelling of the Holy Ghost (vers. cleave to it; for with it you may receive "all things."(W. Be thankful that He deigns to do this. The argument is from the greater to the less, and may be illustrated as follows: — That this greatest gift —. For friendship does not necessarily succeed reconciliation, nor munificence forgiveness. Turn to him in prayer, and employ the persuasive petition, "for Christ's sake." The gift of Christ was for the express purpose of opening a door through which all other good things might pass to us. They are but the golden dust that may be filed off from the great ingot. We do not expect that a man that hands over £1,000,000 to another to help him, will stick at a farthing afterwards. IV. Olive. God, in His approaches of justice toward the sinner to correct him, may seem to go, like the consuls of Rome, with His rods and His axes carried before Him. "(1) It was the permissive providence of God which delivered Him to the malice of the chief priests, etc., etc. What oceans of glowing, light it hath poured forth since the day when God said, "Let light be"! "Now I know that thou fearest Me, see that thou hast not with. )Our Father's beneficenceJ. THE INFERENCE.1. Being born, what was His whole life but delivery from sorrow to sorrow? Was bestowed for the same end as that for which every other blessing will be needed, viz., to complete our happiness. We read sometimes of Christ given for us, and sometimes of Christ given to us. From Isaiah 49:16 comes this amazing statement: "I have written your name on my hand!" We shall never go to Him till we can see that "He is ready to forgive."2. Maclaren, D.D. Then "all the fulness" describes the extent of my resources, and Jesus says, "My joy shall remain in you, and your joy shall be full." In conclusion: Our subject —1. Our treachery was the Judas which betrayed Him; our malice, the Jews which accused Him; our perjury, the false witness against Him; our injustice, the Pilate that condemned Him. It seems to refer to the gift of Christ —1. He gives us all things richly to enjoy.2. It seems to refer to the gift of Christ —. Romans 5.)? Melvill, B.D.It is a joint gift, so to speak, to which God has pledged Himself through the scheme of redemption — the gift of all things with Christ, but of nothing without Christ. And He is still for us! Infidelity and impenitency only limit a proposition so general, and bound so saving and universal, and contract all into a few.IV. He was delivered in His body, and in His soul. THE STRENGTH AND THE FORCE OF THE INFERENCE. "He that spared not His own Son, but delivered Him up for us all, how shall He not with Him freely give us" — the pardon of our sins, and the justification of our persons; His Holy Spirit to renew our natures; the witness of our adoption, etc., etc.2. Retail: $11.99. You would ask, Why torment me with an offer impossible for me to accept? Do you live as if you did? It was not because He owed it to us, but because His own heart was set upon it. There is perhaps no passage of Scripture which sets before you the love of God more overpoweringly than it is set in our text; not one which grounds on this love a more powerful argument why we should expect large things from the benevolence of our Maker; and yet is this very passage so constructed as to force on our attention that God has no mercy whatsoever for the sinful except through His Son. Not some men of all countries, but "for every man.". We may, indeed, feel that the joys of eternity may be of greater value than all the firstfruits and tokens in the shape of grace and growing meetness, here. The first of these gifts is unmistakable; but the other is not thus definite. The one gift is ours, the second gift not yet. To the heart of friendship — to the seat of honour? The brave captain ordered his lifeboat back to the sinking ship. The wants of a man are greater than those of an infant. The extent of our realisations as compared with the extent of our hopes leaves much to be accomplished.II. (b) In a way of eminent and free bounty. God "spared not His own Son," i.e. why should He not give His Spirit? He "spared not His own Son." What dearer to parents than their children? No way. Can God delight to make His own Son a sacrifice who would not suffer Abraham to offer up his? Many a man will venture his soul into God's hands, who would hesitate to venture to-morrow's food there. Has He given His Son? 8-10). Bible Sermons Online, Sermon Preached by 1 Maurice Roberts, Inverness: God Not Sparing His Son, Romans ch.8 v.32. I'm still striving toward the goal," he'd write in Philippians, perhaps his last words. "His own Son." And this does not mean that He died in a general sense for our ultimate benefit, by any circuitous process, but instead of us. Romans 8:32 Bible / Bible Versions / NLT / Romans / Romans 8 / Romans 8:32 ... × Scripture Formatting. etc. Peace Through Scripture. Their regeneration by the indwelling of the Holy Ghost (vers. (Jabez Bunting, D.D. So is it with the Sun of Righteousness. That which is to come is the gift of "all things" which are to "work together for good to them that love God" (see also 1 Corinthians 2:21). 8-10).3. He distinguishes between your welfare and your wishes. As the intentional procuring cause of "all things." Romans 5.)? ", 2. How the tenderness and the beneficence that were the sole motive of the surrender are lifted into light in "for us all." Having one Son, His well-beloved, He sent Him."2. To be betrayed by Judas; to be denied by Peter; to be forsaken of all. (2) He is superior to every other blessing. Scripture: Romans 8:32. View more titles. Do you think He will not give you bread and water on the road to it?" The Cross and the empty grave are pledges that the issue shall be triumphant, and that all things shall serve that end.2. Manton, D.D. Yet who of all that noble army ever cried out they were forsaken? Apr 14, 2002. Romans. He gives abundantly "without money and without price.". But it is far otherwise with the resources of the Christian whose whole fortune is invested in the love of God. This is one of the most wonderful chapters in all Scripture, for the height to which it soars and the breadth of its conceptions. Those who've received the gift, and yet forgotten the value of it, must recommit to a life that honors the gift-giver. 1).2. As we did nothing to deserve the gift of Christ, so the lesser blessings, God's Great Gift the Security for His Other Gifts, The Wants of Men, and the Supplies of God, The Uncertainties and Certainties of a New Year: a New Year's Sermon, God's great gift the security for His other gifts, The wants of men, and the supplies of God. And this is the great doctrine of vicarious atonement and expiation, on which hang all our hopes, and from which flow all our legitimate comforts.II. Conclusion: The subject should —1. He's got your photograph on His refrigerator. THE INFERENCE DEDUCED FROM IT. But God is for us, anyway. Christ has "obtained eternal redemption for us," with all its rich and varied benefits. "He delivered Him up for us" sinners. Our Price: $6.49 Save: $5.50 (46%) Buy Now. THE STRENGTH AND THE FORCE OF THE INFERENCE. And what was in mankind but enmity, sin, and deformity? Free shipping on books, Bibles, gifts, VBS and Church Supplies of $50 or more. No sin there is which His blood will not wash away, but final impenitency; which is not so much a sin as the sealing up of the body of sin when the measure is full.2. (2) The soul (2 Peter 1:2). you might say, "If I'm going to eat lunch today, I'd better get going." The "all things" are, of course, only all things conducive to the great purpose of our being, and especially to the great purpose of our redemption. He must and will. Not angels; but men. What a vast and wide succession of autumn fields he has nursed and ripened into rich and golden corn; what mountains of ice he has thawed; what untold snows he has melted into beneficent and fertile streams; what generations of luscious fruits and blooming flowers he hath matured and painted in fair colours; what magical changes he hath wrought in the blue heavens above and on the green earth beneath since the day when God first hung His brilliant lamp among the stars and charged His mighty reservoir with glorious power! Christ paid down a ransom of so infinite a value that it might redeem all that are, or possibly might be, under captivity. Now nothing can be more free than the gift of Christ; none of us can pretend, on good grounds, to have deserved anything at the hand of God. Download a free manuscript of this sermon. That we may have all things. Romans 8:32. 3. )All things with ChristI. How many things could you resign before you spared a child! Strutt. And can such a gift be conferred, and minor ones denied? THE FACT ASSERTED IN THE TEXT. In looking along the line of redemption we see that the crisis of it is past. "With Him." We do not live in the body till we be united to the head; nor till we have Christ, do we receive the saving effects of His grace; clear that once, and shall He not with Him give us all things? The objects of Divine mercy. But none are actually redeemed but they who do as He commandeth, that is, believe and repent. How many things could you resign before you spared a child! The Son of His love; who always did the things that pleased Him; in Him His soul delighted! 4. The Giver's motive and manner. 26, 28). screams the blind man, hugging this Jesus he suddenly sees. 17).5. One great throb of love to the whole of humanity led to that transcendent surrender of God's unspeakable gift. The grace which pervades the entire plan of redemption. The law which condemneth us is the law of God; the wrath and punishment which we fear is the wrath of God; and the fountain of all the blessings we expect is the favour of God; and God delivered Christ up for us all, to assure our comfort, peace, and hope. "His own Son." supplies to maintain and protect us during our services? (2) He was thus delivered up for us. Their torture was their triumph; their afflictions were their melody. 2. Sinner! Scripture: Romans 8:13–17.

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