FollowUp 8-7-18

Message Title:Conquering Through Everlasting Love

Series: Romans 8



Key verses:
Romans 8:31-39


Sermon Notes:

The good news of who we are in Christ:

  1. We are not under condemnation (Rom 8:1)
  2. We live under a new law of relationship in the Holy Spirit. (Rom 8:2-14)
  3. We are adopted into God’s family as His child. (Rom 8:15-17)
  4. God is going to resurrect us and all creation one day in glory. (Rom 8:19-21)
  5. The Holy Spirit intercedes for us in prayer. (Rom 8:26)
  6. All things work together for good to those who love God. (Rom 8:28)
  7. God is making you more like his Son every day. (Rom 8:29)
  8. In Jesus, we are more than conquers. (Rom 8:37)
  9. Nothing can separate us from God’s love. (Rom 8:38-39)


Follow-up Questions from Sunday:


Getting to Know You:

When you look back on your life who would you say are the 4 people that loved you the most?


Quick Review:
Looking back at your notes from this week’s teaching, was there anything you heard for the first time or that caught your attention, challenged, or confused you?


Digging Deeper:

  1. Read Romans 8. As you read this chapter, what section is most meaningful to you and why?
  2. Read vs 31-32. What do you think Paul is talking about in regard to “all things”?
  3. Read vs 35-37. What do you think Paul is referring to about us being conquerors?  Please share?
  4. Read Acts 7:54-60. Steve was the first martyr for his faith in Jesus.  Would you say in these verses he was defeated or that he was a conqueror?  Why or why not.
  5. As you reflect on your spiritual journey, how have you been more than a conqueror in Christ as you’ve walked with Him?
  6. Read vs 38-39. What do you think God is trying to tell you in these verses?  How does this passage effect your life?  How do you think it should?


Taking it Home:

What is one thing you can apply to your life from this message and how can this group remember you in prayer this week?

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