Romans Chapter 8: Read the Bible Book of Romans

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Read Romans 8

Joel Boone Romans Chapter 8 Read the Bible Book of Romans

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We are half-way!

Hey everyone, Joel Boone here, Artist and Author from JoelBoone.com. Today is “half-way.” That’s right, today marks the half-way point in the challenge we have accepted to read through the Book of Romans. Today, we are in Chapter 8. Now, if you are just joining in with us, and you want to know what it is that we are doing, go to JoelBoone.com/Romans, and you can find out all about the challenge. We are going to get into it today, because we are half-way there! This is Romans Chapter 8.




Read Romans Chapter 8

Questions are stirring.

That is Chapter 8 in the Bible Book of Romans. I encourage you to leave a comment, maybe leave a question, write down a thought or an idea, or maybe there is a word or a phrase that stuck out to you. In any way that you choose to do it, I want to encourage you to participate in the discussion whether you are at JoelBoone.com, or you are on social media, leave a comment and let us know what is going on in your life as you Read the Book of Romans. I will see you in the comments, and I will see you in the next video as we Read Romans Chapter 9.

4 Responses

  1. Debbie Olson

    Just checking in to let you know I am keeping up.

  2. Jonathon Cline

    Verse 18 really jumps out to me in this chapter and reminds me when I’m going through tough times are difficult times that there is something better. It gives me hope to persevere and not be beaten down. It reminds me to turn to my true source of strength. He is producing in me fruit that will be used for His glory.

    • Here is the verse you referenced:
      “For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us.”
      ‭‭Romans‬ ‭8:18‬ ‭ESV‬‬
      http://bible.com/59/rom.8.18.esv

      What an inspirational verse! It leverages the power of hope. More specifically, hope that the future in Christ will outweigh the present difficulties in this world. Thanks for sharing Jonathon!

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