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“It is precarious to call any one chapter of the Bible ‘the greatest chapter’ because the entire Bible is great. It is God’s Word. Nevertheless, there is a sense in which the eighth chapter of Romans is even superlatively great. These thirty-nine verses begin with ‘no condemnation’ and end with ‘no separation,’ while in between there is ‘no defeat.” One must imagine that the Bible is a ring and the book of Romans its precious stone. Chapter 8 would be the sparkling point of the jewel.”

Author Unknown. “Part Three: The Triumph of God’s Grace.” Life in the Spirit- Romans 8:1-17. BSF International. 1998.

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