Freedom in the Spirit – Gospel in Life
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Freedom in the Spirit

Tim Keller |  March 9, 1997

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Topics:
  • The Holy Spirit
Duration:
41:24
Scripture:
Romans 8:1-4
SKU:
RS 275-07

Overview

How do you actually experience God? How do you sense his presence in your life? If you want to understand the key to real experience of God, the Holy Spirit is the key.

Romans 8 shows us that the Holy Spirit’s job is to convince you and to show you nothing can separate you from the love of God, because the Spirit unites us with what Jesus Christ has done.

In Romans 8, we see that 1) we continue to struggle with sin, but 2) there is no condemnation.

Romans 8:1–4

Understanding God isn’t just about obeying rules or accepting truths, it’s about feeling His presence in our daily lives. The Holy Spirit is like a bridge, joining us to God and reassuring us of our connection to Him. One of the most important truths of Christianity is this: if you’re in Christ, you’re not condemned. This understanding is key to living a joy-filled Christian life.

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