Romans 8:1

"THERE is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit."

The above Bible passage is a statement of divine assurance rather than insurance. Insurance may not be guaranteed, but assurance is always guaranteed. Roman 8:1 is a context of assurance used in the present and continuous tense.

The more you are aware of who you are in Christ Jesus, no amount of condemnation can harm you or bring you down just because of Christ working in you, through you and with you.

When it comes to insurance, the “games” may change, but with divine assurance no play games at all. The passage is one of the gospel that is most treasured and referenced by many Christians. If we read the passage closely, we would discover that it is the word from the Lord through Apostle Paul. Psalms 105:19 says “Until the time that HIS word came : the word of the Lord tried him” There is nothing divine in insurance, but everything about assurance is all divine. Decide today to seek and walk not after the flesh, but the Spirit and condemnation of man shall become divine recognition, in Jesus Name. This is the time for your word. Walk in it. Praise God.

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you for the power in your word and the word in your power, in Jesus Name.

2) Father, thank you for the justification by faith in your word, in Jesus Name.

3) Father, thank you for your word that has come forth for my sake today, in Jesus Name.

4) Almighty God, convert all my condemnation to divine recognition, in Jesus Name.

5) Father, thank you for the assurance of victory over struggling, in Jesus Name.

6) Father, direct my mind to the point of no more condemnation, in Jesus Name.

7) Lord, as I face the future and the rest of this year, fill me with the divine assurance of your peace and blessing, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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