God has promised to work everything together for the good of His people. If God is for us, it follows that, ultimately, nothing can stand against us. That is logical. Otherwise, God would not be God. If something could rise up against God and overcome Him, that other thing would be God. God would then prove to be a false god—no God at all. But on the contrary Paul is saying that in the last analysis, nothing can be against us if God is for us.
IF SOMETHING COULD RISE UP AGAINST GOD AND OVERCOME HIM, THAT OTHER THING WOULD BE GOD.But this raises the million-dollar question: “Is God for me?” Perhaps even more pointed is the personal question:
“How do I know that God is for me?”
Well, do you know that? How do you know? Read More