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What Does Romans 8:28 Teach?

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Category: Radio Broadcasts - Words of Grace
Created on 23 November 2015

"And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose."

Romans 8:28 has become one of the most widely quoted texts within Christendom. Often cited in moments of tragedy, well meaning believers insist this verse teaches that God is somehow orchestrating terrible things and will cause even the worst of human actions to somehow work for our good. But is that actually what this verse is teaching? Absolutely not! As a fundamental principle, things such as sin and Satan cannot work together with righteousness and God. 

In this message, which will be divided into two radio broadcasts, we look into the actual context of this statement to find the meaning of Romans 8:28 and then consider actual - and comforting - principles which are in effect in our lives, such as God's overruling providence in giving beauty for ashes.

Radio broadcast for November 22, 2015

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