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Romans 8

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Inserted commentary from Backup:Romans 8
== Commentary ==
{{stub}}The eighth chapter of the [[Epistle to the Romans]] is one of the most beautiful and stirring passages of the Bible. It begins with the great declaration that there is no condemnation for those who belong to [[Jesus]]. It reminds us that [[Christian]]'s are forgiven people whose sins have been [[forgiven]] by [[God]]. Its final verses tell us that nothing can separate us from God's great [[love]].
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