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Click here to read Romans 8:1-25. (Note: there is an option to change the translation if you want)
Click here to download a worksheet of Romans 8:1-25 (NASB). You can use this to write notes on, mark key repeated words, and write down any questions or application points you may have.
Consider the following questions to dig a little deeper into the text:
- According to Romans 8:5-14 what is the difference between walking in the flesh and walking in the Spirit? How can a person know if they are walking in the Spirit?
- Look carefully at Romans 8:9-11. Is it possible to be (positionally) in the flesh sometimes and be in the Spirit other times? On the other hand, is it possible to behave in the flesh sometimes and behave in the Spirit other times?
- How does the Spirit testify that we are children of God? In other words, what activity of the Spirit in our lives gives evidence of our salvation?
Click here to read this week’s blog post: How can we live in the power of the Spirit?
Romans 8:1 states very clearly there is no condemnation for those who follow Christ. When are you most likely to feel condemnation? How can you discern the difference between condemnation (a work of the enemy) and conviction (a work of the Spirit)? In what area of your life must you refuse to allow the enemy to condemn you any longer?
Click here to download a printable version of the Scripture cards for Romans.
Click here to download blank Scripture cards to use to write down the verses of your choice.