God is for you! If it would furnish no such aid as you lifted your hopeless eye to the opened door, you would execrate the misnamed mercy that had pardoned you! It is the goodness of it as a pledge of other gifts. 6; submitted by Kevin A. Miller, Carol Stream, Illinois, From verse 32 comes the promise that God will "graciously give us all things?" (1)Without reluctance, as to the disposition with which the boon originates. THE PERSONS FOR WHOM.1. Romans 8:32 KJV. Not merely to give, but to give up, is the highest crown and glory of love. WHO HAVE AN INTEREST IN CHRIST: AND MAY REASON THUS WITHIN THEMSELVES — "Shall He not also together with Him give us all things?". Blind people begging for a living. 1. Font Size. God has already done so much that all that remains to be done is nothing in comparison. Were He to ransack His universe He could not find such another boon to confer. 2. Find Top Church Sermons, Illustrations, and Preaching Slides on Romans 8:32. A scripture illustration of the bible verse Romans 8:32. Let us correct our estimates of the relative importance of the two sets of gifts. He was delivered not only to their passions, but to His own also, which as man He carried about with Him (John 12:27; Luke 22:44; Matthew 26:37, 38). Shall so great a price be paid and we obtain nothing?4. He will rob Himself to enrich us; and, to make us His children, deliver up His own Son.1. This is an infinite gift, because the Son of God is an infinite being; and it is the greatest of all possible gifts because it is God Himself. As Himself intrinsically beyond all comparison more valuable than all things else. embrace His atonement; for without it you can receive nothing. "He spared not, but delivered Him up."3. And notice —1. Do we recognize the value of the wisdom of God's Word, and our access to the eternal God in prayer and worship? But also made sin for us (2 Corinthians 5:21; Romans 8:3) and a curse for us (Galatians 3:13). The law which condemneth us is the law of God; the wrath and punishment which we fear is the wrath of God; and the fountain of all the blessings we expect is the favour of God; and God delivered Christ up for us all, to assure our comfort, peace, and hope. "Now I know that thou fearest Me, see that thou hast not with. Sermon Audio & Review . The grant has only one limitation — the goodness of the things conferred; of this God only is the Judge, and therefore with Him the determination must be left.3. Not only shall existing agencies, however adverse, be pressed into the service of redemption; but fresh agencies shall be brought forward at their appointed time to complete the work. HOW THE DEATH OF CHRIST IS HERE EXPRESSED.1. All good things are the gift of God (James 1:17); and whatever God giveth, He giveth freely, for there can be no pre-obligation upon Him (chap. Farindon, B.D. 1. His withdrawals are gifts. 2. This fact supposes the guilty, fallen, helpless condition of man without Christ. The glorious sun, how little it feels the mighty drain on its resources! A GLORIOUS AND SOLEMN TRUTH COMMEMORATED. The diurnal revolution of the earth brings the joyful sunrise and the pathetic sunset. The knowledge which they have of the relation to God as His children by the testimony of the Holy Spirit (vers. Romans 8:10-11 (ESV) 10 But if Christ is in you, although the body is dead because of sin, the Spirit is life because of righteousness. (a) The incomparable worth and excellency of His person (Philippians 2:6). Make you quite sure that you have taken the great gift of God. In the language of Scripture, a thing is said to be given "freely" which is given without reference to the worthiness of the party. Summary: We look at gift giving - the difficulties of it - and how the gift of Jesus gives us all. Not angels; but men. 3. 3. Those for whose advantage He was given. Romans 8:33(NASB) Verse Thoughts Too many Christians have not come to the glorious freedom offered in the Word of God, by the God of grace because they have a wrong perception of God Himself. Summerfield, A.M.I. The wants of a man are greater than those of an infant. I've made too many mistakes, made too many poor choices. The wants of civilised nations are greater than those of savage tribes. That is nothing to what He did long before you were born, when He "spared not His own Son, but delivered Him up for us all.". Those for whose advantage He was given. The second was the living image of his father. These recognised the conclusion follows. As of Abraham, so in this lofty example the Son is the only Son. "For us all."III. All good things are the gift of God (James 1:17); and whatever God giveth, He giveth freely, for there can be no pre-obligation upon Him (chap. Melvill, B.D. 1. Manly. 1. The Spirit-Led Are the Sons of God. Manly. "Ask, and ye shall receive." To us the benefits of salvation widen and grow in value, but to God the most valuable thing has been introduced into the process.2. But note yet again that God gives nothing to His people with which He does not at the same time give Christ. What? "How shall He not with Him. But though so great a thing, it is comparatively a little thing on the part of God; it implies no sacrifice; His justice is not compromised, for Christ has removed all barriers by His atonement. What creature was there to whom He was not delivered? The extent of His liberality — "all things" — pardon, to remove our guilt; strength, to aid us in duty; consolation in distress; guidance in perplexity; heaven, and supplies for the wilderness on this side of it. The wants of civilised nations are greater than those of savage tribes. If God is for us, who can be against us? Romans 5.)? There is a beautiful contrast between the manners of giving. 1, "He spared not His own." His tender mercy is over all His works, but His delights are with those who know and love Him. We read sometimes of Christ given for us, and sometimes of Christ given to us. Infidelity and impenitency only limit a proposition so general, and bound so saving and universal, and contract all into a few.IV. There is a twofold not-sparing. 26, 28). It would be a poor, shabby issue of such a great gift if it were only to be followed by the sweetnesses and prosperity of this world. Believers are His special beneficiaries. Can the Son of God be delivered further? Week 10: June 29, 2014 . He does not miscalculate His resources. (1) There now hangeth His sacred body on the Cross, not so much afflicted with His passion as His soul was wounded with compassion; with compassion on His mother, on His disciples, on the Jews, on the temple, on all mankind; bearing the burden of all; delivered to a sense of their sins who feel them not, and to a sense of theirs who groan under them; delivered up to all the sorrows which all men have felt, or shall feel to the time He shall come again in glory. 1. Their regeneration by the indwelling of the Holy Ghost (vers. Christ came to purchase all manner of benefits — the favour, the image, the everlasting fruition of the glory of God. The greater the creature the more deeply does he feel his dependence. Many a man will venture his soul into God's hands, who would hesitate to venture to-morrow's food there. "His own Son." This gift throws every other gift into shade. It was God that delivered Him up; whatever was done by Judas or Pilate was done by permission.3. Sermons: 1. The analogy seems to suggest to us that something corresponding to the pain and loss that shadowed the patriarch's heart flitted across the Divine mind when the Father sent the Son to be the Saviour of the world. Never entertain any harsh and gloomy notions of God.2. The problem we have with Romans 8, and the idea that God is for us, is that we're so familiar with our failures. Worlds, systems, universe? NIV, Holy Bible, Larger Print, Paperback . (2) The last delivery was of His soul into His Father's hands. If God is for us, who can be against us? There are marvellous displays of God's power, wisdom, truth, holiness; but the miracle before us is a miracle of love. The objects of Divine mercy. "A man spareth his own son that serveth him" all needless toil, but the grandest service may entail the severest labour. He gives it to all the world, but they only have it who accept it by faith.(A. Jesus Christ is the sum of all good gifts, inestimable, unspeakable. "In Him dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead"; and if the fulness, then the love. He does not miscalculate His resources. Not angels; but men. To Caiaphas and Herod — who set Him at nought; to Pilate — who condemned Him; to the Romans — who crucified Him. A contemplation full of comfort, but not so easy to digest. They are but the golden dust that may be filed off from the great ingot. How unwilling was Jacob to spare Benjamin though he had many children; how unwilling David to give up even a rebellious Absalom! "He spared not, but delivered Him up.". What blessings, then, would He refuse to His friends, to His children? Melvill, B.D. None but God thoroughly understands the bearing of one thing on another; none but He so accurately sees the end from the beginning; none but He is so intimately acquainted with the peculiarities of every man's moral and mental constitution as to be able to see what will certainly be best for each individual. But this is what I read concerning my Saviour: "It hath pleased the Father that in Him should all fulness dwell." Jackson Wray. ", 2. As the signal and practical intimation of God's perfect preparedness to "give us all things." He loved us "in our blood"; and loving us, He bid us "live" (Ezekiel 16:6); and, that we might live, "delivered up His own Son" to death. Don't be anxious. So God spared not Christ when He took upon Him to satisfy for our sins (Zechariah 13:7). 2. "What shall I render?" We are warranted to ask till we think of some gift greater than Jesus.3. The gifts of God are twofold — the gift of His Son and the gift of all things; and this beneficence is perfect because it is most ample and comprehensive. The reasonableness of our most enlarged expectation. Romans 8:32-37. He gives us all things richly to enjoy.2. Delivered He was — not to despair, for that was impossible; nor to the torments of hell, which could never seize on His innocent soul; but to the wrath of God (Psalm 102:3, 4; Psalm 22:15), the terriblest thing in the world; the sting of sin, which is the sting of death. (2) The last delivery was of His soul into His Father's hands. But His soul was crucified more than His body, and His heart had sharper nails to pierce it than His hands or His feet.5. Delivered He was to the angels; "to keep Him," you will say, "in all His ways" (Psalm 91:11). So that it is useless to seek God's love out of Christ — there is none out of Christ. God is for you, despite all that you've ever done. In football homes, Joe Namath is a household name. This gift throws every other gift into shade. He has caused His goodness to pass before us, and the despairing soul reasons itself into light and comfort from the text. THE INFERENCE DEDUCED FROM IT. Believer! How the reality of the surrender is emphasised by the closeness of the bond which knits together the Father and the Son. To a people that abhorred Him, though prepared by miracles, and ordinances, and prophecies, to receive Him (John 1:11). Certainly, had not God revealed His will, we could not have desired it, but our prayers would have been blasphemy; our hope, madness; our wish, sacrilege; and our opinion, impiety. Scripture: Romans 8:12–18. Because —(1) The greater gift implies the less. Strutt.In order to grasp the argument we must understand that Paul is speaking to believers in the midst of a groaning world whose hope needed to be sustained by the strongest evidence. All things, all which can be the causes or means of any real good to the faithful Christian. Nay, He delights in it. Maybe Satan knows more about your future than you do. THE INFERENCE FROM THIS FACT. He "delivered Him up. etc. M. Christ puts the same argument to us, beginning only at the other end of the process. We are warranted to ask till we think of some gift greater than Jesus. "Spare" has two senses. "How often," as an old Puritan remarked, "if we were left to carve our own portion, should we cut our own fingers?" There is a twofold not-sparing. Is of more worth than any amount of blessing that a Christian can possibly require through the interminable future of his being. To magnify this goodness observe —1. And not for a few of these rebels, but for "all."II. Do you think He will not give you bread and water on the road to it?" THE ARGUMENT WHICH THIS TRUTH IS USED TO ENFORCE. The wants of intelligent beings increase as they advance. THE INFERENCE FROM THIS FACT. In October 2005, Moses Bittok celebrated an experience he had waited a lifetime to achieve: He became a U.S. citizen. And sorrow is not the least of the benefits which come to us through the Man of Sorrows.3. Take heart, then, Christian. Sure, but God is for us. Christ is the greatest and most precious gift; and surely God, that hath given so great a benefit, will He stick at lesser things? CERTAIN. For as in the creation God might have made man by His "word" alone, yet wrought him out of the earth; so, in the great work of our redemption, He did not send a Moses or an angel, but "delivered up His own Son," and so gave a price infinitely above that which He bought. And we must go out of the world to find the reason. "How shall He not with Him. Is anything denied you that seems desirable? The second was the living image of his father. God's purpose is one. 34 Who is to condemnChrist Jesus is the one who died—more than that, who was raised— who is at the right hand of God, () who indeed is interceding for us. Note —I. Shows who they are who are the real beneficiaries of God, whom all things serve. He can best cater for us. Here the Father speaks to His family only, that with faith they may adhere to Him more closely; that with hope they may rejoice in Him more ardently; and that with love they may serve Him more adequately. Shows who they are who are the real beneficiaries of God, whom all things serve. He that hath begun a good work will also perfect the same, and when He gave us His Son, He bound Himself to give as every blessing which was needed to make that Son's work complete. By a very common mode of speech this interrogatory is equivalent to the strongest possible affirmation.1. And it is worth working for. Then "all the fulness" describes the extent of my resources, and Jesus says, "My joy shall remain in you, and your joy shall be full." )All things with ChristJ. The annual revolution whirls us through the balmy summer and the biting winter. The innocent infirmity of our Saviour's human nature wished to have been spared. But which of them shall it be? "But delivered Him up." why should He not give His Spirit? HOW THE DEATH OF CHRIST IS HERE EXPRESSED.1. As a pledge to us that the great scheme of redemption shall not be defeated, God has Himself embarked in it so vast an investment that failure would not only be disastrous to us, but would involve a Divine bankruptcy — omnipotence baffled, external purpose defeated, an infinite outlay of Divine love thrown away. G. The past — "God hath not spared His own Son, but given Him up for us all." (1) There now hangeth His sacred body on the Cross, not so much afflicted with His passion as His soul was wounded with compassion; with compassion on His mother, on His disciples, on the Jews, on the temple, on all mankind; bearing the burden of all; delivered to a sense of their sins who feel them not, and to a sense of theirs who groan under them; delivered up to all the sorrows which all men have felt, or shall feel to the time He shall come again in glory. And now if any ask, "What moved His will?" What creature was there to whom He was not delivered? 2. The state into which He surrendered Him. This implies that God might have spared Him; He was under no obligation or compulsion of justice. Were He to ransack His universe He could not find such another boon to confer. (2) The object — "His own Son" not an adopted son, but only-begotten. What oceans of blessings will one solitary spirit require from God to make it happy through the endless ages of its history! Both the creature and the Creator, from God to the poorest thing in the world, through Jesus Christ all is ours (Revelation 21:7).2. 4. Inflame you with gratitude. He did not keep Him back, as He might have done, when the miseries of humanity cried for Him. When she first discovered she was to be a mom, she felt the nausea for weeks. To us the benefits of salvation widen and grow in value, but to God the most valuable thing has been introduced into the process. 1. 31 What, then, shall we say in response to these things? The Christian shall find nothing precious in which he does not find Christ.(H. Romans 5. How You Can Know You’re a Child of God. And looking upon all, Paul says, "They all work together for good"; and in them all we may be more than conquerors. No tongue, neither of men nor angels, is able to express it. comfort to support us in our afflictions? If at times the soundness of redemption is felt to arise from a personal appropriation of its benefits, yet there is peculiar consolation in the view of it which embraces the entire Church of the firstborn.2. Romans 8:32 Romans 8:33 Romans 8:33 Romans 8:34 Romans 8:34-38 Romans 8:35 Romans 8:35 Romans 8:37 Romans 8:37 Romans 8:38 Romans 8:38 Romans 8:39. But what need had He of angels who was Lord of the angels? (1) If He gave His Son to enemies what will He give to us who have thrown our arms away (chap. Our pride scorned Him; our envy grinned at Him; our luxury spat upon Him; our covetousness sold Him. More than likely, that statement isn't about the possibility of lunch - it's about eating lunch! A blind beggar would have received little gifts for his entire life - but nothing would have overwhelmed him like the gift of sight! THE FACT ASSERTED IN THE TEXT. Featuring a sermon puts it on the front page of the site and is the most effective way to bring this sermon to the attention of thousands including all mobile platforms + newsletter. He may give riches, but He gives Christ with the riches, so that, sanctified by the Redeemer, they shall be employed to His glory. )The death of Christ and its consequencesT. II. His own Son — a Divine person. The first gift is Christ (John 5:12; Hebrews 3:14; 2 Corinthians 13:5). Their right to eternal life (ver. When a breach has taken place the hardest to be won is always the offender. Is of more worth than any amount of blessing that a Christian can possibly require through the interminable future of his being.2. Let us correct our estimates of the relative importance of the two sets of gifts. We forget how solemnly the Father is bound to the Son by covenant faithfulness; we forget how dear His own Son is to Him, and that even had He no interest in our welfare, yet He is sure to look favourably upon those who are interested in His Son.Conclusion: Learn —1. Is it not because we want the less more really than we want the greater; that we can put ourselves off with faith for the one, and desire something more solid to grasp for the other? And now, if we go to God there is nothing to hinder His mercy. Melvill, B.D.It is a joint gift, so to speak, to which God has pledged Himself through the scheme of redemption — the gift of all things with Christ, but of nothing without Christ. At length she consents. Their torture was their triumph; their afflictions were their melody. Here are the recorded, verifiable, certified, and notarized cases of gossip, sexual sin, hatred, bitterness, cheating, lying, coveting, self-smugness, laziness, drunkenness ... ", The list goes on. God having laid this foundation, let us see WHAT A SUPERSTRUCTURE OF GRACE IS BUILT THEREON, and He doth "freely give us all things.". Do you think He will not give you bread and water on the road to it?" (a) The incomparable worth and excellency of His person (Philippians 2:6). "Seek ye first the kingdom," and the King, and all "these things shall be added unto you.". To what? But here the chief thing considerable is the largeness of the gift. Loving Father, thank You for this staggering truth that you chose to give Your only begotten Son as the purchase price for me. why should He not communicate Himself to our souls? So is it with the Sun of Righteousness. 1. What can give such views of the enormity of sin as the sacrifice of Christ! "Spare" has two senses. The one who scattered the more than 100 billion stars over 100 billion galaxies, in what scientists say is a length of more than 30 million light years with a playful toss of his hand, is for you! You might sum up the sacrifice of another person's lifetime by saying simply: "Her son died in the war. (3) The persons for whom — for the cursed race of fallen Adam, who had no strength to do anything for themselves. Look unto Him and be saved, even from the "ends of the earth.". As the signal and practical intimation of God's perfect preparedness to "give us all things." "But delivered Him up." Or might He not have taken an angel for His Son, as He did a ram for Isaac? His own Son — a Divine person. Manton, D.D. All things - Needful or profitable for us. He was delivered to Joseph and Mary, to whom "He was subject" and obedient (Luke 2:51). Had it been possible, in any other way, in answer to the prayer of such a Son, that other way would have been preferred. (2) The act — "He delivered Him up," not only to be made flesh for us (John 1:14), which was a state at the greatest distance from His nature, who was a pure spirit. (2) By "all things" especially are meant things spiritual and eternal catalogued in this chapter. These recognised the conclusion follows. It was God that delivered Him up; whatever was done by Judas or Pilate was done by permission.3. The one speaketh the love of God to lost man, the other God's love to us in particular (Galatians 1:10; Revelation 1:5). etc.(W. When He is given, all things are given with Him — more than we can desire, more than we can conceive.(A. You are sometimes dismayed at the greatness of the blessing you ask; but if the greatness of the blessing restrained the Divine goodness, He would have denied giving His own Son. We find it a great deal easier to trust God for heaven than for earth. "(1) God's act. Having one Son, His well-beloved, He sent Him."2. His own Son. Delivered He was — not to despair, for that was impossible; nor to the torments of hell, which could never seize on His innocent soul; but to the wrath of God (Psalm 102:3, 4; Psalm 22:15), the terriblest thing in the world; the sting of sin, which is the sting of death. Hath He given Christ, and will He not give pardon to cancel our defects, and grace to do our duty? "(1) He was designed to prepare the way for the communication of all the blessings we need. 2. The gift of God's Son assures us of the gift of all things, because of —1. "For us" — not our remote advantage merely, as in resurrection, but in our stead — that we might not perish (Isaiah 53.).4. Their right to eternal life (ver. We continue to study the hymn of security and assurance in Romans 8:31-39. The expression "freely give" implies a grace and a pleasantness in the act. We dishonour Christ by mistrust of the power of His saving merit. He feeds them all with the same milk of the Word and the same strong meat of truth, He pours upon them all the same Spirit, kindles and maintains in them all the same Divine life, leads them in the same way, to the same heaven. The interrogation here is an assertion; to suppose the contrary would be ridiculous. "Tribulation, distress," etc., are some of the "all things." Having conferred the greater blessing, can He withhold the less? The blood of Christ is sufficient to wash away the sins of the world, nay, of a thousand worlds. He is able "to do exceeding abundantly," etc.4. The giving of Christ is a sign and pledge of His great love to us. THE INFERENCE.1. That which moved Him was in Himself, His compassion. He can best cater for us. But God's love to Christ is not to be measured by an ordinary standard. III. And this is the great doctrine of vicarious atonement and expiation, on which hang all our hopes, and from which flow all our legitimate comforts.II. What an inversion of our notions of good! One part cost Him tears, agony, and blood; the other is carried on amidst the joy of His exaltation. It is necessary. Is it not because we want the less more really than we want the greater; that we can put ourselves off with faith for the one, and desire something more solid to grasp for the other? It was not because He owed it to us, but because His own heart was set upon it. Has not in the slightest degree lessened either the love or the capacity of the Giver. How this mysterious act is grasped by the apostle as the illuminating fact as to the whole Divine nature. He "spared not His own Son." He was delivered to Joseph and Mary, to whom "He was subject" and obedient (Luke 2:51). `` all things else its goal ; but God gave His Son there was no obligation God! 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