Hi, God’s word for me today is in Romans 8:34-35 which says:
“34 Who then is the one who condemns? No one. Christ Jesus who died —more than that, who was raised to life —is at the right hand of God and is also interceding for us. 35 Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall trouble or hardship or persecution or famine or nakedness or danger or sword?”
Paul is saying that no one condemns now because Christ died for us and not only that but He rose from the grave! Now He is interceding for us. We were sinners who needed a savior and Jesus was our savior, He came down from heaven and died for us so that we could live! Then Jesus rose from the grave and ascended into heaven and is now preparing a place for us! We are saved from our sins because Jesus came and died for us on the cross. Now no one can condemn us.
No one can separate us from the love of Jesus either! Jesus loved us so much that He died for us and now no one can separate us from His love. If you have not accepted Jesus’ love, why don’t you accept what He did for us at the cross? If you do then you will be saved from your sins and you will not be condemned. Jesus died for you on the cross, why don’t you trust in Him and live. If you trust in Him then you will be saved from your sins.
Nothing can take us away from the love of Jesus. Not even hardship or persecution. Christians do suffer hardships and persecution, but Jesus’ love is still with us no matter what. We should cling to Jesus and what He did for us on the cross, He died for us and we should cling to Him.
Jesus died for us and we should cling to the cross even though hardships and persecution.
We should praise Jesus for dying for us and giving us His love and then rising from the grave and ascending into heaven to prepare a place for us! Praise God for loving us so much that He sent His only son to die for us! Give thanks to Jesus for taking all the condemnation on Himself so that we would not be able to be condemned. Thank Jesus for loving us and that nothing can separate us from His love.
Grace and truth, Charity Cleveland.