Romans 8

by Josh Reich | series |

We’ve all had to face the feelings of the disapproval of God and others. We spend most of our lives running from regrets, making ourselves pay for things we’ve done or things done to us. Right in the middle of the book of Romans Paul says, “There is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.” Yet, most of us condemn ourselves for things we’ve been set free from and forgiven for. Those who are in Christ, are made new. This message lays out how to live in that freedom in the Spirit instead of in the flesh.

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