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THEME: CONDEMNATION Romans 3:7-8 “Someone might argue, “If my falsehood enhances God’s truthfulness and so increases his glory, why am I still condemned as... Revelation of the Word:


Romans 3:7-8

“Someone might argue, “If my falsehood enhances God’s truthfulness and so increases his glory, why am I still condemned as a sinner?” Why not say—as some slanderously claim that we say—“Let us do evil that good may result”? Their condemnation is just!”


Condemnation in Greek is written as katakrima which means an adverse sentence or to judge against. The falsehood propagated by the Romans with regards to sin and the condemnation thereof. Sin results to condemnation and precipitates death. This is what the people who commit suicide experience, condemnation caused by the devil and this results to death. Judas after betraying Jesus having been offered thirty silver coins; condemned himself. He conscious eroded his inside and resolved to return his bride to the chief priests. Unfortunately, he did not look to Jesus as His Savior and resolved to hang himself without repentance. Romans 6:23 reminds us that as much as the wages of sin is death, God has given us the eternal life in Jesus Christ our Lord. Paul’s conclusion from the argument in Romans 1:18 – 3:25 is that all people in the world have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. For this reason, we are all justified freely by the grace of God through the redemption that came through Jesus Christ. As Judas hang on the tree of condemnation, Jesus hang on the tree of grace presented as a sacrifice of atonement through the shedding of His blood for the sake of our salvation. It is through faith in Christ that we are justified, and we should seek God’s grace and repent our sins that we may be converted and transformed to be more like Him.


Father in the name of Jesus Christ, we come before Your throne of grace with confidence asking for Your mercy and grace that helps us in times of need. We need You dear Jesus to take charge of our thoughts and emotions that we may look to You and give thanks to You in all circumstances. We worship You and honor You dear Jesus for You are good and Your mercies endures forever. Dear Jesus may You forgive us all the sins and iniquities we have said, done or thought. May You sanctify us by Your precious Blood Lord Jesus. We pray that You will guide our steps in all we do and glorify Yourself in all our ways and matters. May You remember all the candidates who are sitting their exams that You may grant them victory. We come against every panic and anxiety and forgetfulness in Jesus Mighty Name. Father may You also remember the other candidates as they prepare for their final examinations and direct them as they study. We pray that You will give all of these candidates the Spirit of excellence, knowledge and that You will make a special visitation to them during this time and bless all their efforts. May You remember all the needy and homeless in the society and provide for them all their needs. May You also heal those who are unwell and strengthen them. May You wash them with Your blood Jesus. Dear Lord may we dwell in Your grace and seek more of Your righteousness. May You wipe away all accusations against us by Your precious blood Lord Jesus and be our defender and justifier. May You help us to abide by You and Your word always. May You fight for us despite all the accusations against us our faithful Advocate. We declare that their is no condemnation to us who believe in You and are called by Your Name Lord Jesus. Thank You Dear Lord for Your love and goodness upon our lives. Increase our faith in You dear Jesus. We thank You for all You have done for us and for all the good plans for You have for us according to Your word. We pray all this trusting and believing in Your name, Amen

Blessed Week

Further reading: Romans 5:1

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