It spoke of the Son of God, even Jesus the Saviour, the promised Messiah, who came from David as to his human nature, but was also declared to be the Son of God, by the Divine power which raised him from the dead. BibliographyEdwards, Justin. Paul writes to the Romans "May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him". 1897. "shall give life also to your mortal bodies"-there is some discussion here concerning what "resurrection" is under consideration. A Bible Study in EasyEnglish (2800 word vocabulary) on the Book of Romans. For the same reason he assigns to the Father the glory of raising Christ; for it more clearly proved what he had in view, than if he had ascribed the act to Christ himself. Romans Bible Class Book On Romans, by David Padfield. Compare Romans 8:7. Paul is stressing the incomparable victory that we have in Jesus. "Schaff's Popular Commentary on the New Testament". How could God, the Raiser up of Christ, who was the possessor of His Spirit, leave the bodies of believers, which are the dwelling-places of the same Spirit, without quickening? W.E. zoopoieo. m Are we to continue in sin that grace may abound? https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/acc/romans-8.html. “The body is dead because of sin”-not actually, of course, but judicially. For could the sin and death of Adam have more power to subject those who were in Him to death, than the righteousness and resurrection of Jesus Christ to deliver those who are in Him from death? and the Vatic., suits the context well: the spirit is already quickened; the body must be so also. ‘Non de ultima resurrectione, quæ momento fiet, habetur sermo, sed de continua Spiritus operatione, quæ reliquias carnis paullatim mortificans, cœlestem vitam in nobis instaurat.’ Calv. Here, His direct agency cannot be in any way surprising, for it is the whole process of bringing from death to life, extending even to the mortal body, which is here spoken of—and unquestionably, ‘the Lord and Giver of Life’ is the agent throughout in this quickening. Dwelling may relate either to a man in his house (1 John 3:24) or of God in His temple (1 Corinthians 6:16). Death dissolves all other unions, except that betwixt the believer and the Spirit of Christ; but the grave itself cannot separate them. This is a circumlocution whereby we have described unto us God the Father, under this notion of raising up of Christ. I. p. 62 ff. Broadman Press 1932,33. The Spirit’s law brings blessing because it gives power to him who had it not before. These shall be quickened. First, I say here is that which is implied: that the Spirit of God dwells in the children of God. If the Spirit of Him that raised up Jesus from the dead. The great distinction of a true Christian, is the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. “We which live are alway delivered unto death for Jesus’ sake.” To walk in the flesh is to do contrary to the whole principle of Christianity, for “as many as are led (controlled) by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God.” It is by this life in the Spirit’s power we mortify the deeds of the body and manifest our new life and relationship. The destruction of the body by death is complete; but is it destroyed for ever? I. Click the Bible for the all new StudyLight.org!! https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/cpc/romans-8.html. But in verse four they have their proper place for there the question of state is to the fore. 1832. 7. Infidelity affirms that when you are dead that is the end of you. 2012. II. ‘Thy dead men shall live, together with my dead body shall they arise. In Colossians 3:5 we read, “Mortify therefore your members which are upon the earth, fornication, uncleanness, inordinate affection, evil concupiscence, and coveteousness which is idolatry.” Having been crucified with Christ we are now in faith to mortify by self-judgment the deeds of the body. He's sending this letter ahead of him as a way of introducing himself… and of sharing lots (and we mean lots) of theological goodies. Ver. A blessed relation; the Holy Ghost is called the Spirit of the Father, because the Father is the fountain and original of the Deity, and doth communicate it both to the Son and to the Spirit, to teach us to seek unto the Father, for the gift of the Holy Spirit, he being the donor and dispenser of it. We may, if we please, take it either way. But if the Spirit, etc. ‘They were here with you last Easter,’ you say, ‘joining in the Easter hymns, and looking with you at the Easter flowers.’ What has happened to them? Home > Study Desk. 4. For example, justification is by faith, Romans 8:1; believers are not under the law, Romans 8:2; the law is insufficient for our justification; God has accomplished that object by the sacrifice of his Son; Romans 8:3, Romans 8:4; and this blessing is never disconnected with a holy life, Romans 8:4. This is a main article of our Christian faith. The same power that raised up Jesus. That the resurrection of believers is associated with that of Christ. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/tsk/romans-8.html. Romans 8:28-39.The Christian Assurance. In the preceding verse, Paul mentioned the body's being sentenced to death, due to that portion of the primeval sentence being still operative, even upon Christians; but even the death of the body is at last to be nullified by the salvation that is in Christ Jesus. The first point which it is needful to consider is the actual degeneracy of the body of man through his yielding it to the uses of sin. Thirdly, from the resurrection of Christ Himself: He is risen in His body, therefore we also shall rise in ours. 1999. While we rightly think most of Christ Himself on Easter Day, we must not forget that the ‘Lord and Giver of Life,’ the Spirit of Life from God which entered into the two witnesses in the Book of Revelation, that same loving, unselfish, glorious Spirit, shared with the Father and the Son the triumph of Easter Day. 31 pages (PDF file size: 384k). Verse 1 (d) Blessed individual process of justified and spirit-guided life, Romans 8:1-17. 3. "Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools and Colleges". Go to, To report dead links, typos, or html errors or suggestions about making these resources more useful use our convenient, Commentary Critical and Explanatory - Unabridged, Kretzmann's Popular Commentary of the Bible, Lange's Commentary on the Holy Scriptures. Shall God, who justifieth? In verse one it is the question of standing that is under consideration. As. or gen.: see var. "Commentary on Romans 8:11". The apostle designs to show that the life which we derive from Christ, shall ultimately effect a complete triumph over death. We get in the habit of reading by chapters, instead of by subjects. This introduces the closing part of the chapter, and of this great doctrinal division of our epistle, which is a summing up of all we have gone over, and a masterly conclusion to the opening up of “the righteousness of God as revealed in the gospel”. Having been conjoined with Him in His death, we are, and also will be, conjoined with Him in His resurrection (Romans 6:5), both now (Romans 8:10; John 5:24; Galatians 2:20) and in eternity (Romans 8:11; John 5:28-29). The Spirit’s groanings are in harmony with our own sighs and tears, and the great Heart-Searcher hears and answers in wisdom infinite and love unchanging. This is most naturally referred to the final resurrection of the body; for, although ‘quicken’ might of itself include something already begun, the word ‘even’ (or, ‘also’) seems to limit it to the bodily resurrection. "The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge". Pentecost was a transitory sign of a perpetual gift. Hence is the Spirit of God called the earnest and pledge hereof unto us (2 Corinthians 5:5). Footnotes. The resurrection of the Lord Jesus is set forth as the type and the pledge of the present quickening of the body of the believer. Vine's Epistle to the Romans, published in 1957 by Zondervon was really helpful as was the Introductory Lectures, Volume 2-Paul's Epistles by William Kelly--Lectures delivered in 1869 and reprinted by Believer's Bookshelf in 1970; Synopsis Used by Permission. In the ancient Roman world, unwanted children were routinely abandoned or sold into slavery. It is used only of believes. Church Pulpit Commentary. III. There are many who have found out their sinfulness and confessed their sins this Lent, but ‘can they preserve? But the righteous shall be raised after a peculiar manner; they shall be raised, as by the almighty power of God, so by virtue of their union with Christ as his members, and by virtue of their relation to the Spirit as his temples. Through, or, ‘on account of,’ his Spirit that dwell-eth in you. App-139. We Belong Together Sin, in the singular, is a power in Paul’s thought. If ye mortify - Kill, destroy these. The relation is that of cause and effect, type and fulfilment, pledge and redemption. If the Spirit of God dwells in the Christian, how careful should he, lest anything in his thoughts or feelings would be offensive to this divine guest! This "periphrasis" of him is used, to express the power, justice, and grace of God in the resurrection of his Son; to show that the Spirit of God was concerned in it; and the greatness of the person of the Spirit that dwells in the saints; and what reason they have to believe the sanctification of their souls, and the redemption of their bodies, since such a divine Spirit dwells in them; wherefore. Your mortal bodies] As he hath already quickened your souls. By his Spirit that dwelleth in you, or, as it must be rendered according to another reading, "On account of his Spirit that dwelleth in you." I am persuaded that many souls have failed to see the connection just because of this. The second step is seen in what the Son has merited and effected in coming into the world, by His obedience, His death, and resurrection. This follows from hence, because the Holy Ghost will not quit His own interest, nor lose anything of that which belongs unto Him, which He should do if the bodies of the saints lay still in their graves, or were wholly annihilated and brought to nothing. In Him God is well pleased; through Him the Holy Spirit is vouchsafed. In comparison, note the frequency of other words used in Romans: law (72), Christ (65), sin (48), Lord (43), and faith (40). It has been thought that he used this word, which has a wider meaning, to embrace those who shall be alive at the Lord"s coming, and whose bodies shall be not raised, but transformed. Where observe, That the holy scriptures ascribe Christ's resurrection to all the three persons in the glorious Trinity: The Father raised him, Him God raised up the third day Acts 10:40; Christ raised himself, I have power to lay down my life, and the take it up again: John 10:18. All creation is expectantly waiting for the full revelation of the true estate of the sons of God, when it too shall share in that glorious liberty. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/gsc/romans-8.html. For that Spirit which has been communicated to them from Jesus Christ, as from the head to the members, and who hath made their bodies His temples on earth, will raise them from the dust, and will perfect His work in them. on Romans 8:17–39 he gives five chapters on problem passages such as 2 Peter 2:1, Matthew 25:1–13 (danger of false profession) and Hebrews 6:4–8; 10:26–29. What might have been the condition of man's physical frame had Adam remained in a state of purity we have no means of knowing. 1. There was a manifest degeneracy of the bodily life; and that was equivalent to the degeneracy of the world, and of all things with which he had to do. Romans 8:5-8 The evil of being carnally minded, and the good of being. A legal spirit, and an unholy life, are alike inconsistent with the Christian character. But if the Spirit of him that raised up Jesus from the deal dwell in you. With death broken to pieces and sin beaten from its stronghold, what wonder if the mere human agents were forgotten, and that the old hymn of triumph is repeated as one of the Easter Lessons—‘Sing unto the Lord, for He hath triumphed gloriously. 1905-1909. “The body is dead because of sin.” It is to be considered as though lifeless and inert so far as ability to produce fruit for God is concerned. "Peter Pett's Commentary on the Bible ". 1:1-7 The doctrine of which the apostle Paul wrote, set forth the fulfilment of the promises by the prophets. Him that raised up Jesus from the dead, etc. Romans 8:11.) It has always seemed to me a great pity that in editing our Bibles and dividing the text into chapters and verses the break was permitted to come where it does between chapters seven and eight. Observe, 2. It shall put on immortality at the Lord’s return. Shall quicken (ζωοποιησει — zōopoiēsei). On the interchange of ἰησοῦν and τὸν χριστόν Bengel rightly remarks: “Appellatio Jesu spectat ad ipsum; Christi refertur ad nos;” for Jesus as Christ is destined to be the archetype for believers even in an eschatological respect. Buxtorf. For now, we suffer along with the rest of sin-ravaged creation. This truth of revelation is so important, and so distinctive, that it deserves the emphasis thus given to it. Yet, if He does not soon compliment me with a translation, this tenement will no longer be worth repairing. οἰκεῖ ἐν ὑμῖν. When a Roman father publicly acknowledged his child as his son and heir, legally in the forum, this ceremony was called “the adoption!” All born in his family were children. Namely, (1) The future glory shall far outweigh the present sufferings, Romans 8:18-25.—(2) The Holy Ghost supports us, Romans 8:26-27.—(3) Generally, all things must serve for good to those who love God, Romans 8:28-31. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/ebc/romans-8.html. Verse 3. The name Jesus has respect to Himself; the name Christ has reference to us. ), nor height, nor depth, nor any other created thing, shall be able to separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus our Lord!”. Test drive it and tell us about your experience. How utterly out of place this dualism, of the representation, as if the divine work of the moral revivification of the body were something independent, alongside of and subsequent to that of the spirit! Romans 8:7). Romans 8:11. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/scn/romans-8.html. 5. Nor is there anything here that derogates from that declaration in John, “I have power to lay down my life, and to take it up again.” "Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible - Unabridged". He may exclaim, “But I feel so condemned.” This however is not the question. 11.If the Spirit, etc. BibliographyCalvin, John. a. διὰ τὸ ἐνοικοῦν κ. τ. It does not depend on our walk. Every link was forged in heaven, and not one can ever be broken. References: Romans 8:11.—G. Such periphrases for God as that which this verse contains, are very common with the apostle, (see Romans 4:24, etc.,) and are peculiarly appropriate when the force of the argument in some measure rests on the fact to which the descriptive phrase refers. Hence we see that divine healing normally, in the gracious economy, results from the overflow of the spiritual life, the Holy Ghost inundating my spirit and overflowing my body with His healing power and presence. The Apostle elsewhere proves the resurrection of the bodies of believers, by comparing Jesus Christ with Adam, saying, ‘As in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive,’ 1 Corinthians 15:22; showing that if we do not rise by virtue of Jesus Christ our Lord, Christ would be inferior to Adam. I. 2 By no means! 1. Romans 8:4. The work is effected by the Spirit dwelling in us. It seemed too much to believe that freedom from condemnation depended on being in Christ Jesus and not upon our walking after the Spirit. The godly, they rise by the power of Christ as a Mediator; the wicked, they rise by the power of Christ as a Judge. They rise, but they rise by the virtue of the Spirit of God that dwells in them; and that because they rise in reference to their relation to Christ, as we showed before. 2. We are dying men and women, it is true; we are chastened, it is true, by pain and suffering; we are sorrowful often as we lose our dear ones; we are poor, and often have a struggle to make our living; we have nothing in ourselves to encourage us to hope, but we have the Spirit; we have the Spirit of Him Who raised Jesus from the dead, and that makes all the difference. Keith Simons. Hence those who are in Christ, should be very humble, seeing they are nothing, and he is everything; very grateful, and very holy. Copyright StatementThe Robertson's Word Pictures of the New Testament. (according to which the indwelling of the spirit is the ground on which God raises our mortal bodies to undying life) or the genit. Sota, c. 9. sect. on StudyLight.org He is no longer in the flesh since born of God. But ( δέ takes up and continues the supposition in the former verse, with which in fact this is nearly identical, but with the important additional particular (whence the contrast) τοῦ ἐγείραντ. 8. By His blood He bought us, cleansed our every stain; Copyright StatementThese files are public domain.Text Courtesy of BibleSupport.com. In the wisest sense then it is true, that to be in the Spirit, is to be secure of life and peace. He does not say love ends the need for law but that it fulfills—performs or accomplishes—the law.. Notice love's relationship to law in context with what immediately precedes it. What might have been the condition of man's physical frame had Adam remained in a state of purity we have no means of knowing. It is not to be brought into any kind of activity in the life of the Christian?". 1835. 9. Even though thus indwelt by the Spirit we are called to a path of suffering and sorrow as we follow the steps of Him who was, on earth, the Man of Sorrows. We have to consider here the completion of our freedom from the law of sin and death. Romans 8:11 But if the Spirit of him that raised up Jesus from the dead dwelleth in you, he that raised up Christ Jesus from the dead shall give life also to your mortal bodies through his Spirit that dwelleth in you. A. ‘On account of the indwelling of the Spirit,' expressing the same general idea under another form. It is not how I feel but it is what God says. Observe here, An happy resurrection promised, the same Holy Spirit of God that raised Christ shall raise you, because the same Spirit dwelleth in you. But, secondly, we may, if we please, take it also in the marginal translation, which is for, or because, of the Spirit that dwelleth in you, as denoting not only the cause from which, but also the reason for which, this resurrection is conferred upon them. The entire course of thought is summed up in this thrice repeated because of. There can be no rational or scriptural hope without holiness, and every tendency to separate the evidence of the divine favor from the evidence of true piety, is anti-Christian and destructive, Romans 8:4-8. The body is viewed as the vehicle through which the flesh acts. Once again we see how carefully Paul weighs every term he uses. Who raised Jesus from death. ‘Though after my skin worms destroy this body, yet in my flesh shall I see God,’ Job 19:26. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/hmc/romans-8.html. And those who are out of Christ, should at once go to him, that they may attain safety, holiness, and happiness. Then will ‘the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus’ have finally set us free from the law of sin and death (Romans 8:2). 10. 4. The first preparation for our salvation is found in what the Father has done, namely, in the plan which He has formed, in the election of His people, and His giving them to His Son; in the appointment of the sacrifice, in the transfer of our sins to Him who has suffered, and in respect to the satisfaction He has received. "Sermon Bible Commentary". Click the Bible for the all new StudyLight.org!! Hey! But we are told in Col. Chapter 2 that all this is vain and futile so far as checking fleshly indulgence is concerned. 6. Mjj., διὰ τοῦ ἐνοικοῦντος αὐτοῦ πνεύματος..., "by the Holy Spirit who dwelleth in you.". Finding the new version too difficult to understand? What shall we say to all of this? Romans: Bible Study and Commentary. "Commentary on Romans 8:11". Thus the righteousness of the law, the good in practice that the law required, is actually produced in the man who walks not after the flesh, not as under the power of the old nature, but after the Spirit, or in subjection to the Spirit, who has come to take possession of us for Christ. The future is used, because a condition has to be fulfilled by man, πίστις; cf. I say, a present quickening: it is not a future resurrection only, though that is plainly involved, but it is a present quickening of the body which is dead by sin to be alive by the Spirit unto God. This concurrence of the power of the Godhead in the plan of redemption, in which the Father provides for our salvation, the Son merits it, and the Holy Spirit applies it, is established in a multitude of passages of the Holy Scriptures. Every accusation is hushed. But ('And') if the Spirit of him that raised up Jesus from the dead dwell in you - i:e., 'If He dwell in you as the Spirit of the Christ-raising One,' or 'in all the resurrection-power which He put forth in raising Jesus,', He that raised up Christ from the dead. This is the first time then I got to take care of patients as a nurse instead of being a paramedic. work (668 pp. Him that raised up Jesus from the dead; a periphrasis of God the Father. On the contrary, the Divine Spirit was, and is a wellspring within of joy and peace, to all who are sanctified. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/geb/romans-8.html. 1851. 2. “The fellowship of the Spirit” is a wonderfully real thing, known and enjoyed by those who live and walk in Him. The future resurrection is not referred to; but it is of course implied as a consequence of the whole relation thus described between GOD and man. τοῦ ἐγειρ. John Trapp Complete Commentary. 3 For God has done what the law, weakened by the flesh, could not do. ], Schaff's Popular Commentary on the New Testament, "shall give life also to your mortal bodies", Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible - Unabridged, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, Hodge's Commentary on Romans, Ephesians and First Corintians. Our standing in Christ is complete and our justification unchangeable. (L. O. Galatians 5:22-23. et al [1397]; see on John 1:19); but yet the δόξα of God does not in this case any more than elsewhere in the N. T. denote God Himself (Langer, Judenth. Read Romans commentary using John Gill's Exposition of the Bible. ), First, to speak of Christ’s resurrection. People from every nation immutable, Romans 8:11 Col. Chapter 2 that all this I magnify the name of former. They preserve the Scriptures plainly teach that the flesh, but quickened by the resurrection exceeds our reason, is! 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