It is still present within us, but it is no longer the dominant power in our lives. Romans 8:1–4 October 16, 2014. "There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit," (KJV). Romans 8:1. The focus of Romans 8 is the ministry of the Holy Spirit in the life of the believer to enable one to live the Christian life. Until this point in Romans, Paul has taken his hearers through the “shadowlands” of the faith. It has no control over us unless we foolishly fall into the trap of performance and law, which is the beachhead for this principle to operate. It is at this point many believers would say, "I’m in trouble if I’m supposed to be dead to the power of sin!! The Spirit “raised Jesus from the dead,” and this Spirit “dwells in you” to recreate the life of Christ (verse 11). The entire Trinity is involved in our Christian life. We must keep and obey the Law from our heart, meaning willingly, joyfully, voluntarily. Why would He do that? What does he mean by the "law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus"? What is the connection of the opening verses (Romans 8:1-4) to the previous verses (Romans This is what I call the Christ life, the exchanged life. Inside the Son is no condemnation. The next he was sucked in, washed up, and blown over. My flesh is defeating me on a daily basis. From 6:14 to 7:25 we saw how Paul shows us why it is that people who are free from the power of sin are still defeated by it. What was exactly like ours was He was totally God in the flesh. Well, the answer lies in the power of the Holy Spirit of God. The Holy Spirit lives in us to enable us to do what we could not do before to please God. Romans 5:1: "Therefore having been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ." His human nature was sinless because it was conceived by the Holy Spirit, not by Adam’s seed. You and I must live moment by moment in the power of the Hoy Spirit. The "flesh" is still resident in our "bodies of sin" and continues to war against the Spirit in us, and there will be times when we will allow it to control us. She’d barely said "hello" when suppppppppp... Chippie got sucked in. Outside of the Son is condemnation. The flesh comes alive when put under the law. This is the only way a believer can live out the life to which God has called him. There are several things it is good for and can do. They are under the wrath of God and should flee to Christ, believing in Him, so that now there can be no condemnation. Putting one foot in front of the other as we daily live our Christian life. Paul actually uses a double negative, which makes it even more emphatic. To fill up what was otherwise empty. To have “no condemnation” declared means to be found innocent of the accusation, to have no sentence inflicted and no guilty verdict found. All three persons of the Godhead are mentioned in these four verses. God requires all believers in all ages to abide by this moral law. What “God did” refers not to the pardon for sin that we need, but to the power He gives us to live the Christian life. I am now free to be what God wants me to be because the Spirit of God living in me enables me. The chapter begins in verse 1 with “no condemnation” and ends in verse 39 with “no separation.” Nothing could be more positive than this. In other words, God judged sin in the flesh. Paul starts off by saying, "There is therefore now no condemnation." The “Spirit of God” is the “Spirit of Christ,” and both the Father and the Son have sent the Spirit (verse 9). Consequently, I feel that it’s in the Pauline letters that we have to garner basically the fundamental truths for Salvation, for … In the religious arena, putting our confidence in the flesh deceives us so that we think we can do something that would please God in our own power. 2 For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has set you free from the law of sin and of death. What the Law could not do, the Spirit of God is working out within us, both to will and to work for God’s own pleasure. Romans 8:1–4 Free from Indwelling Sin. He had to become experientially involved by becoming like us, though yet without sin. We constantly updating with new transcripts as they are completed, thank you for your patience. Further, Dr. Lawson serves as the Executive Editor for Expositor Magazine published by OnePassion Ministries. What God has commanded us, He now enables us to do. Justification frees us from sin’s penalty; sanctification frees us from sin’s power. Let not be enslaved, detained for the whole day no one will. The word used here for "could not do" means it was without ability to save or sanctify. You do not have to pray for that—it has already happened. But, when you look at the power of it’s engines, and watch it take off, you realize that there is a higher law in force, which does not deny the law of gravity but it simply supercedes it. Sometimes you hear bad Christian teaching that you can be justified, yet continue to live a life of sin. In His body He had inherent immortality. In verse 1, we see justification in the Son. Jesus’ body could not corrupt. We saw in chapter 6 that we who are "in Christ Jesus" cannot continue to live in habitual sin anymore because of Christ living in our hearts. He had to be in the likeness of sinful flesh, yet without sin. This is a way of saying that you are justified in the Lord Jesus Christ. Our mind is to be set on “the things of the Spirit” (verse 5). And if you apply the law of gravity to that fact, then it is impossible for that plane to fly. Paul presents the doctrine of sanctification in Romans 6-8, with chapter 8 being the crowning piece. Remember that we are now identified with His life. We are dead to that kind of living. There is still the requirement of the Law in our Christian lives that we follow and live the Ten Commandments. (Romans 8:1-4 Power of the Indwelling Spirit) So let us repeat again that what God demands, He supplies, and this great truth means that in the midst of our struggle with fallen flesh, the fallen world system and Satan, victory (including victory over that sin which so easily entangles us) is possible and is God's desire for His children. There is some alteration with the practice of Sabbath, but we still are to prioritize Sunday as the Lord’s Day and worship the Lord with God’s people on Sunday. We must intentionally choose to walk according to the power of the Holy Spirit and rely upon His power. We have the whole of the Christian life in this one chapter. The Bible says that we are already seated with Christ in the heavenly places (Ephesians 2:6). We must walk according to the Spirit. Paul reassures the Roman Christians that they “are not in the flesh, but in the Spirit” (v. 9). This is what Paul means when he writes, “weak as it was through the flesh.” This weakness refers to the impotence of the Law to enable us to do what it requires. Subscribe. In chapter 6 Paul has shown us that living under the power of sin is no longer the lifestyle of the believer. Close. We still have our "body of sin" with the inordinate passions of the flesh, but it is powerless to control us like it once did. The Divine nature took on a human nature such that they are two natures in the one Person of the Lord Jesus Christ. 2. It commands us to work "in the energy of our flesh," and then condemns all that we do. Therefore “the Spirit of him who raised up Jesus from the dead…will also give life to your mortal bodies through his Spirit who dwells in you” (v. 11). In the phrase “He condemned sin,” “He” refers to the Father. Paul continues in verse 4, “So that the requirement of the Law might be fulfilled in us, who do not walk according to the flesh but according to the Spirit.” “So that” (hina) means ‘in order that.’ It denotes the purpose. For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has set you free from the law of sin and of death. The transcripts and audio of these sermons have been provided for your enjoyment. God intervened and made provision for our sanctification. We must be aware of our need for the power of the Holy Spirit. This is what the character of God demanded in us. 3. We are “led by the Spirit” to pursue holiness (verse 14). One second he was peacefully perched on his cage. The weakness was in its inability to give us the power to obey what it requires of us. There is no one who is justified who is not at the same time set free from the law of sin and death. We died with Christ and now we have been raised up with His Power to live as He wants us to live. No one can live the Christian life in their own strength. But it is always our choice: it cannot control us anymore on it’s own, as we saw in Romans 6:1-11. 4 1 “For indeed the day 2 is coming, burning like a furnace, and all the arrogant evildoers will be chaff. “In Christ Jesus” is the common theme in verses one and two. 4. God sent the Son in the likeness of human flesh to deal with our sin. A law is the principle by which something operates. ROMANS 8:1-4. 8 Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus, 2 because through Christ Jesus the law of the Spirit who gives life has set you [] free from the law of sin and death. By saying the "law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus," Paul refers to the principle of how the life of Christ is now in us, in the presence of His Spirit, works in us. In Romans chapter 8, the apostle Paul takes us from the valley of despair and defeat of trying to live under the law, to the heights of what it means to live the victorious Christian life in the power of the Holy Spirit. It shows us the frustration of trying to go back and live under law. The Holy Spirit supplies the risen life of the Lord Jesus in us that empowers and enables us to obey and to live in the victory that is ours in Christ. Paul … Continue reading "Commentary on Romans 8:1-11" A whole new life in Christ began the moment you were justified. There was Chippie—still alive, but stunned. These are incredibly important verses that lay a foundation for our understanding of how to live the Christian life. Living under the law and living under God’s transforming grace is the difference in trusting God or in trusting in ourselves. We cannot try to do this in our own power. Paul left his old life of sin and human tradition. The Christian has been “set free from the law of sin and of death.” There has been a break from your old way of life. The law of sin is that principle in us that pulls us downward into death and that used to control and condemn us. We are now enabled to live a brand new life through the power of the Holy Spirit. Nulla igitur condemnatio est iis qui sunt in Christo Iesu, qui non secumdum carnem ambulant, sed secundum Spiritum. The entire Trinity is involved in our Christian life. Then maybe a few years later, you will finally decide to be committed and change your life. At home, at work, at play, there is no timeout or time off from walking according to the power of the Holy Spirit. It has been said that if the Bible is a ring, then the book of Romans is the diamond, and chapter 8 is the apex of the cut on that diamond. She removed the attachment from the end of the hose and stuck it in the cage. Dr. Lawson is also a Teaching Fellow for Ligonier Ministries, where he serves on its board. That context is that all people, whether Jew or Gentile have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God (Romans 3:23). We must admit and confess our constant need for the Spirit’s help. The Spirit of God enables us to obey the law from the heart. First of all, in verses 1-4 we see that we are forever free from the condemnation of the Law. God has intervened. Whether we pray aloud with words or silently within our heart, we must acknowledge our need and ask for His strength. 1. But to the one who does not work, but believes in him who justifies … Rather, we are motivated by grace. Jesus has always existed and always been God. Subscribe. Romans 8:1 Therefore there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. John Piper ... You watch his pen “draw out” meaning. Romans 8:1, KJV: "There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit." Being smaller and poor, I was teased a lot which made me shy and introverted. Romans 8:1-4 A. Verse 1 . In the Greek, Paul uses a compound word for “no” (oudeis) which is even stronger than the normal word for ‘no.’ Paul is affirming that there is absolutely no condemnation for the believer. The weakness was not in its teaching, because its teaching points us into the very center of God’s will. Those who have the spirit of christ have the spirit of life, Romans 8:5-11. The role of the Holy Spirit. Paul writes, “For what the Law could not do, weak as it was through the flesh, God did: sending His own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh and as an offering for sin, He condemned sin in the flesh.” (verse 3). It is having a form of godliness but denying the power thereof. But the law cannot produce the righteousness it required. 2 But for you who respect my name, the sun of vindication 4 will rise with healing wings, 5 and you will skip about 6 like calves released from the stall. We must pray that we would react to people in a God-honoring way, that we would answer people in a way that honors the Lord, that we would make the right choices and keep the right priorities. Jesus always remained holy. We have the “first fruits of the Spirit,” which is our adoption into the family of God (verse 23). As we focus on verses 1-4 in this study, we see clearly that sanctification is a work of all three Persons of the Godhead: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Well, that’s why we have chapter 7. “Walk” refers to our daily conduct. Jesus was “born of a woman, born under the Law, so that He might redeem those who were under the Law” (Galatians 4:4-5). The chapter begins with a most comfortable account of the safety of believers in Christ; the apostle does not say there is nothing condemnable in them, for sin is in them and is condemnable, and condemned by them; and is hurtful to their spiritual joy and comfort, though it cannot bring them into condemnation, because of their being in Christ Jesus: he says there is (ouden katakrima) , "not one condemnation" to … Dr. Lawson is also Professor in Residence for Truth Remains, a work designed to promote and proclaim God’s written Word. What I want to argue in this paper is that the key to understanding the use of Psalm 32 in Romans 4 is discerning the flow of the argument in Romans 4 itself. John Calvin put it this way, “As Christ cannot be divided, so also these two blessings which we receive together in Him are also inseparable.” Christ cannot be divided and neither can these two blessings be divided. For example, Romans 8:5 says those who live according to the sin nature have their minds set on what that nature desires.Romans 8:7 says the sinful mind is hostile to God. Broken home, horrible fights between my mom and dad. Modified from Irving L. Jensen's excellent work "Jensen's Survey of the NT", Romans 8:1-4 The Frustration of Living Under the Law -- Part 4 by Dr. Wayne A. Barber. Here it is! He had to stand in our shoes, get in our skin, and, by His obedience to the Law of God, break the power that sin once had in our lives. We are not to steal or bear false witness. I. Justification in the Son (8:1) Verse 1 begins with the word “therefore.” Paul reaches back and pulls forward the entire book of Romans to this point. It is the Holy Spirit who “intercedes for us” and prays for us according to our weaknesses (verses 26-27). Even our resisting temptation and putting sin to death is by the enablement of the Holy Spirit. Being “set free from the law of sin and of death” has put you on a new course with a new governing power in your life. We can still sin, but sin is now a choice. God is with the definite article—God the Father, Himself, did what needed to be done. “No condemnation” actually means a positive justification. From the moment we wake up, throughout the day, and until we are asleep in our bed, we need to commit to continuously walk according to the power of the Holy Spirit. Third, humbly. He was baptized to have his sins washed away by the blood of Christ. The law commands the flesh to work, and then condemns everything it does. Here are five words to practically describe how to walk in the power of the Holy Spirit. It is the Spirit in us, that won’t allow us to get away with sin. Sin had to bow to its victor, the inherently holy Lord Jesus Christ. It is by the Spirit that we “put to death the deeds of the flesh” (verse 13). Now, the apostle has already covered the fact that being "justified" means that the charges are no longer against us—we’ve been acquitted. "Who do not walk" is present active tense. Verse 1: "There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus." This chapter is all about the Holy Spirit’s impact on the life of the believer. True,… Free from what? Fourth, obediently. all that God is for you in Christ explodes with faith, and joy, and love. To be in Christ is to be an organ in His Body. The moment we believed in Christ, God said, “No condemnation,” and at the very same moment He also set us free from the law of sin and death. If NO condemnation exists for a particular group of people, then that means that YES condemnation DOES EXIST for anyone who The story goes like this. The literal wording is “and for sin.” The wording is emphatic and to the point. Not only to give us the pardon of sin, but also to break the stranglehold that sin once had as it governed how we lived. Paul puts his arms around the entirety of our Christian life. Moving on to verse 2, we see why. Visit our library of inductive Bible studies for more in depth inductive studies on this and other books of the Bible you can use in your small group. Is the Law sin? Remember we have seen that we are either "in Adam" or we are "in Christ." Now, think for a minute. This requires our prayer, participation, and responsibility. Listen to Paul’s prayer for the Ephesians in Ephesians 3:16: "that He would grant you, according to the riches of His glory, to be strengthened with power through His Spirit in the inner man." ", First we see that Jesus died "in order that the requirement of the Law might be fulfilled in us." The Spirit of God has set us free from the law of sin and death. The bird owner gasped, put down the phone, turned off the vacuum, and opened the bag. By the grace of God, believers in Jesus Christ will not face the condemnation of … Then Paul explains what God did, “sending His own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh.” Please note that He did not send His Son in sinful flesh. "Might be fulfilled in us." The Spirit, who brought the life of God Himself into us, has set us free from the power of our flesh and free to be the person God wants us to be. Answer: “No condemnation” can be defined in courtroom language. She reached for the hair dryer and blasted the pet with hot air. In verse 2, we see liberation by the Spirit. For the law of the Spirit of life has set you free in Christ Jesus from the law of sin and death. We must be yielded and dependent upon the Spirit. Justification and sanctification cannot be separated. Justification (8:1-4a) is the necessary foundation and motivating cause of sanctification (8:4b). This carries the idea of filling full, supplying fully. The Spirit inclines us toward obedience and empowers us to live in a way that is compliant with the word of God. Acts 13:35: "Therefore He also says in another Psalm, ‘Thou wilt not allow they holy one to undergo decay.’ Both of these are quotes of Psalm 16:8-10. Romans 8:1-11 is an absolutely wonderful statement of the Good News–and also the source of much misunderstanding. By this, God the Father condemned sin and pronounced a judgment upon the power of sin in our life such that it is no longer the dominant ruling force in our lives. This truth frees us to live the Christian life. Notice that Paul writes, “there is now no condemnation.” “Now” is a word that denotes time. Before we can go on, even though we have accepted God's invitation to us, repented, and have come back to Him, before we can grow in Christ, we have to understand and believe with all of our heart that we are completely accepted before Him.Do we feel He has accepted us? God commands us to have no other gods before Him. How do you know that you are not one who says, “Lord, Lord,” and to whom Jesus says, “Depart from Me, you who work iniquity”? 1. Romans 8 is the eighth chapter of the Epistle to the Romans in the New Testament of the Christian Bible.It was authored by Paul the Apostle, while he was in Corinth in the mid+50s CE, with the help of an amanuensis (secretary), Tertius, who added his own greeting in Romans 16:22. Remember back in chapter 5:5 when Paul told us that God loves us so much that He poured out His love in our hearts by sending the Holy Spirit to live there? It is to me that he is saying there is no need to continually put yourself under condemnation every time you sin. This is beautiful. The mind of the flesh is hostile towards God, and even though the law is good, it only irritates the commands of the flesh to disobey. Paul cites Psalm 32 in order to confirm and substantiate his thesis in vv. Why would He do that? We shall not take the name of the Lord our God in vain. This is a theological treasure chest. The following are sermons and messages Dr. Steven J. Lawson delivered through various the books of the Bible. "Not after the flesh." 1. First, the Good News: “There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.” The Greek is even stronger, since the very first word is no. “The flesh” refers to our own human limitation. Acts 2:27: "Because thou wilt not abandon my soul to Hades, nor allow thy holy one to undergo decay." In the previous verse, he showed that God acted to save us from the law of sin and death. There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh but after the Spirit. Life in the Spirit - There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. His body had no inordinate desires as ours have. It is so rich, and yet so practical, as the whole chapter is about our daily Christian living. 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