No Charge Sticks Against God's Elect (Romans 8: 31-34)
Scripture: Romans 8:31-34
In this sermon taken from Romans 8:31-34 we examine why every believer can be confident that no charge will ever be able to be used against them in God’s courtroom. We review the significance of Christ’s substitutionary atonement, the doctrine of imputed righteousness, and the intercessory work of Christ in the heavenly realm. All of these truths are put forward by Paul as proof that believers will enter into glory. Finally we conclude with learning why we as believers must not aid Satan in accusing our fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. Come and hear for yourself why every believer can be confident that no charge will ever be held against them by God.
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