or with the entire preceding section. “It will not leave even a root or branch. We have no hope and no victory through the law or by works. BibliographyPett, Peter. To them there is no condemnation whatever; not only no final condemnation, but no condemnation now, from the moment of their union to Christ, and deliverance from the curse of the Law. There is a meiosis in the words, more is understood than is expressed; he means, that justification and eternal salvation is the portion of such. Romans 8:1 - "There is, therefore, now, no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus, who do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit." There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. The phrase in Christ (or an equivalent expression) is used172times in the New Testament (McGuiggan, p227). This union is represented in Scripture by various terms and by many similitudes; its efficacy and power are shown, when it is said, ‘He that is joined to the Lord is one Spirit.’ It is in virtue of this union that the sufferings and obedience of Christ are imputed to His people, they being one with Him who fulfilled the law, and satisfied the justice of God. Who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit.—These words are wanting in the foremost representatives of every group of authorities (except, perhaps, those which belong to the region of Syria), and must certainly be omitted. In no respect, however, do they assign the cause of exemption from condemnation to them who are in Christ. But for you who respect my name, the sun of vindication will rise with healing wings, and you will skip about like calves released from the stall. Other Forerunner Commentary entries containing Romans 8:1: Ezekiel 11:19-20 Romans : 1 Corinthians : Ephesians : Romans 7:25 : Romans 8:2 >> The Berean: Daily Verse and Comment Sign up for the Berean: Daily Verse and Comment, and have Biblical truth delivered to your inbox. He communicates His Spirit to us, which is as the soul that unites all the members of the body with the head, so that ‘he who is joined unto the Lord is one Spirit.’ On our part we receive Jesus Christ by faith produced in us by His Spirit, in order that we may reciprocally receive Him in our hearts. To them which are in Christ Jesus; so we fill it up, but in the original it is only, to them in Christ Jesus. Who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit: must be in Christ, in order to get rid of every condemnation, πνεῦμα Χριστοῦ ἔχειν, Accordingly, the Christian is aloof from all condemnation, because he is free from the law of sin—a result which the Mosaic law could not accomplish, but which God has accomplished through Christ. A Christian is free from all things, above all things, faith giving him richly all things.’. BibliographyWhedon, Daniel. He removed it objectively, or in the nature of things, and this removal is completed subjectively in the individual through that bond of mystical and moral attachment which makes what Christ has done his own act and deed. "The Bible Study New Testament". Note the absolute force of this great promise. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/pet/romans-8.html. Sentence of condemnation (Vincent p. 85), -KATAKRINO (verb)-signifies to give judgement against, pass sentence upon; hence, to condemn (Romans 8:3). These words were frequently used expressions that helped teach others the good news and allowed newer Christians to remember key facts about the gospel. And we regard the whole statement as amounting to this: 'Dire and deadly as is the struggle we have depicted between the law of the renewed mind and the law in the members, it is the struggle, after all, of those who cannot fail in it-of those who are in Christ Jesus, and as such have the very standing before God of Christ Himself. Since there is fair evidence for the first half of it, is that part of it by itself likely to be genuine? He doth not say, there is no matter of condemnation, or nothing damnable in them that are in Christ, there is enough and enough of that; but he says, there is no actual condemnation to such: see John 3:18 5:24. Obedient believers should feel good about themselves and their faith when they read the first verse in Romans 8:1-39. ‘No’ is in emphatic position. How could he find victory? 1. In this way, then, we may be assured that we are in Christ Jesus, and that there is no condemnation to us, if we experience the effects of His Spirit in our hearts causing us to walk in holiness. BibliographyIce, Rhoderick D. "Commentary on Romans 8:1". But the exact connection is disputed. The positive is included in the negative; it is God’s condemnation only, from which such as are in Christ are exempted; they are nevertheless condemned and censured by men, and sometimes by their own consciences too. This addition weakens the Apostle’s statement, by making the walk appear as the ground of ‘no condemnation.’. Compare 1 John 1:7; 2 Corinthians 5:17. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/ebc/romans-8.html. We do not need to wait until the Judgment Day to be free of condemnation (additional information about being in Christ is in the commentary on Ephesians 1:1-3). Those who are in Christ will be interested in spiritual matters and be living according to God's will versus an existence akin to Satan and the ways of the world. Having accomplished all this, he leaves, in the chapter before us, the field of logical argument, and enters on the new and more elevated sphere of joyous exultation. Outline – I. There is therefore now, at this time. ", Commentary Critical and Explanatory - Unabridged, Kretzmann's Popular Commentary of the Bible, Lange's Commentary on the Holy Scriptures. (John 14:6; Acts 4:12; Ephesians 1:3) There is condemnation in all other religions! Grace in the soul is its new nature; the soul is alive to God, and has begun its holy happiness which shall endure for ever. What we are going to do today is begin to walk through some chapters in the book of Romans. Who walk not after the flesh — Who are not governed, as to their dispositions and actions, by those appetites which have their seat in the flesh, or by worldly views and interests, or by the dictates and motions of the natural corruption, which in some degree may yet remain in them: but after the Spirit — Namely, the Spirit of God; that is, who are not only habitually governed by reason and conscience, enlightened and renewed by God’s Spirit, but who follow the drawings, exercise the graces, and bring forth the fruits of that Spirit, Ephesians 5:9; Galatians 5:22-23 : where see the notes. "Whedon's Commentary on the Bible". However, looking at the broader picture we can also see the ‘no punishment following sentence (katakrima)’ as looking back to Romans 5:16; Romans 5:18, (the only other references in Romans to katakrima) as will now be explained in Romans 8:2-4. (2) there is no final condemnation under the gospel. BibliographyPrice, Brad "Commentary on Romans 8:1". Connecting with Romans 7:25. If you are reading Romans 8:1 in the KJV (translated from the Greek Textus Receptus) you will note the added phrase "who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit." "Commentary on Romans 8:1". Outside of Christ, both Jew and Gentile found themselves under "condemnation" (Romans 3:9; Romans 3:23). There is a certain play on the word “condemn.” By “condemning” the law of sin, Christ removed “condemnation” from the sinner. Romans 8:1, NIV: "Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus," Romans 8:1, ESV: "There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus." https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/jcp/romans-8.html. BibliographyConstable, Thomas. The clause: ‘who walk not,’ etc., is to be rejected, being probably taken from Romans 8:4. Who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit.—These words are wanting in the foremost representatives of every group of authorities (except, perhaps, those which belong to the region of Syria), and must certainly be omitted. The salvation of those who have renounced the law, and accepted the gracious offers of the gospel, is grown to be absolutely certain. But this is no mere legal arrangement-it is a union in life; believers, through the indwelling of Christ's Spirit in them, having one life with Him, as truly as the head and the members of the same body have one life. with the thanksgiving, at the beginning of Romans 8:25; (2.) The intervention of Christ puts an end to the struggle waged within the soul. Biblical Commentary (Bible study) Romans 8:1-11. Commentary 3. The intervention of Christ puts an end to the struggle waged within the soul. "Commentary on Romans 8:1". 5. It may be joined either (1.) Having been indwelt and believing in the Holy Spirit, the adopted believer is invited to enjoy the blessings of God and the victory that proceeds from one’s relationship with God, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. on ch. (The first verse of this chapter seems to be an inference from the whole preceding discussion. Yet he must live according to the Spirit, and not according to the flesh; for the latter works death, but the former life, walking, as they do, not according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit, too absolute to be trusted alone to the reader, Οὐδέν ἄρα νῦν κατάκριμα, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers. He had proved that, so far from this freedom from the law leading to the indulgence of sin, it is necessary to our sanctification, because the law is as inadequate to the production of holiness in the sinner, as it is to secure pardon or acceptance with god. Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus, 2 because through Christ Jesus the law of the Spirit who gives life has set you free from the law of sin and death (Rom 8:1-2)1 1. Romans 8:1(ISV) Verse Thoughts There is not even the slightest, tiny crumb of condemnation at all those who are in Christ Jesus - those in UNION with Christ – those that have been placed IN Christ at rebirth – those who have been born-again – those that have been sealed by the Spirit - those that have trusted the Lord Jesus Christ as their Saviour. (Comp. Christ possesses all blessings and eternal life: they are thenceforward the property of the soul. This chapter puts great emphasis on the Spirit of God; He is mentioned 19 times in the chapter. First: The Sanctification of Believers (Ro 8:1-13). Also, notice the word therefore, which points the reader to the previous passage of Romans 7:21-25. ", Schaff's Popular Commentary on the New Testament, Joseph Benson's Commentary of the Old and New Testaments, George Haydock's Catholic Bible Commentary, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible - Unabridged, "river of the water of life, clear as crystal, proceeding out of the throne of God and of the Lamb,", Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, Hodge's Commentary on Romans, Ephesians and First Corintians, Commentary by J.C.Philpot on select texts of the Bible, "There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus. Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society42:2 (June1999):231-50.] Meyer finds ‘now’ explained in Romans 8:2, ‘now that Christ has freed me.’ This is really taking up the thanksgiving again. Additional comfort should come from the rest of this chapter because many other benefits are given to those who are in Christ. This is the peculiar mysticism of the Apostle. (Romans 8:1-17) Big Concept 6. Romans 8:1. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/hal/romans-8.html. In chapter 7, he shows us that this death terminates our "marriage" to the Law. ‘Therefore’ sums up what precedes. For which of these do we make provision, by which are we governed? See Romans 5:16. B. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/tsk/romans-8.html. The truth expressed-that there is no condemnation to them that are in Christ Jesus-is certainly no inference from the latter part, at least, of the preceding chapter, nor is it natural to suppose it drawn even from the first part of it. This is sometimes expressed by Christ’s being in them, Romans 8:10 2 Corinthians 13:5 Colossians 1:17; and here by their being in Christ: see 1 Corinthians 1:30 1Jo 5:20. The afflictions which they may be called to endure, are not inconsistent with this filial relation to god, because they are utterly insignificant in comparison with the glory that shall be revealed in them; and under these afflictions they are sustained both by hope and the intercessions of the holy spirit, Romans 8:18-28. 2 For the law of the Spirit of life has set you free in Christ Jesus from the law of sin and death. This commentary has been through Advanced Checking. The addition of a third part (heis) creates a meaning something like "no, not one, no one, none, nothing." Condemnation is in every sense out of the question! Our freedom from condemnation will only continue if we walk in the light and stand in God's grace (notice the if in 1 John 1:7). Now no condemnation. Some, who refer the preceding experience to the regenerate, explain thus: ‘Although I am thus divided in service, still, being in Christ Jesus, there is now therefore,’ etc. "Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible - Unabridged". ‘It is impossible,’ Luther remarks, ‘for a man to be a Christian without having Christ, and if he has Christ, he has at the same time all that is in Christ. "The Law condemns; but the believer has a new relationship to the Law, and therefore he cannot be condemned." Romans 8:1-17 Inductive Bible Study. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/jfu/romans-8.html. "Commentary on Romans 8:1". But this is no mere legal arrangement: it is a union in life; believers, through the indwelling of Christ's Spirit in them, having one lif… O happy union! (a) Do not follow the flesh as their guide: for he is not said to live after the flesh that has the Holy Spirit for his guide, even though he sometimes takes a step off of the path. For here the Apostle is treating of those who are in Christ Jesus, and the context points to the Spirit’s work of sanctification. BibliographyPhilpot, Joseph Charles. Words in boxes are from the Bible. Romans 8:1. If this reading is accepted (the KJV has it), it presents a contrast. Afterwards, in express terms, he denies that they can be either accused or condemned — which they might be, were there any ground for either. A Christian must believe that he or she has permanent acceptance with God before that one will grow much in grace and godliness. " The best texts omit to the end of the verse. The Nestle-Aland and Westcott and Hort Greek texts do not consider this phrase as legitimate. The function, design, and tendency of the gospel is to free from the condemning sentence of law. Which are in Christ Jesus. [Who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit.] Then, he engaged heart and life, walking according to the Spirit. Augiens., about the 9th century), the Vulgate ('qui non secundum carnem ambulant'), the Peshito Syriac, Gothic, and later versions, Chrysostom (more than once) and many Latin fathers. oudeis. [The external evidence stands thus: The whole clause - mee (Greek #3361) kata (Greek #2596) sarka (Greek #4561) peripatousin (Greek #4043), alla (Greek #235) kata (Greek #2596) pneuma (Greek #4151) - is missing in 'Aleph (') (though supplied by C, a corrector of about the seventh century) B C D*F G, some cursives, d* (the Latin of C), g (about the ninth century), the Egyptian and the Ethiopic versions, several Greek fathers, and Augustine of the Latin (in whose writings, however, the absence of such a clause is no sufficient proof of its nonrecognition). “The phrase, to be in Christ, saith Le Clerc, is often used by Paul for being a Christian; which observation he borrowed from Castalio, who renders it, Christiani facti; [being made Christians;] but if either of them mean only Christians by profession, or by being only members of the Christian Church, this will by no means agree with this place, or any other of like nature; since freedom from condemnation, and other benefits conferred upon us through Christ, will not follow our being Christians in this sense, but only upon a lively faith in Christ, our union to him by the Spirit, and our being so in him, as to become new creatures, according to Romans 8:9 : If any man have not the Spirit of Christ he is none of his; to 2 Corinthians 5:17, If any man be in Christ he is a new creature; and to Galatians 5:24, They that are Christ’s have crucified the flesh with the affections and lusts.” — Whitby. Who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit: Justin Edwards' Family Bible New Testament, Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools and Colleges, William Godbey's Commentary on the New Testament, Haldane's Exposition on the Epistle to the Romans, "Therefore" introduces a conclusion based on everything that Paul wrote from chapter3on, not just chapter7 , specifically, [Note: For three ways of interpreting the basis of no condemnation, see Chuck Lowe, ""There Is No Condemnation" (, "The Law condemns; but the believer has a new relationship to the Law, and therefore he cannot be condemned. "Commentary on Romans 8:1". Paul was a man who sometimes "served the law of sin" (the old man). No condemnation; or no one condemnation. Paul had now finished his exhibition of the plan of salvation. The phrase, "but after the Spirit", is left out in the Alexandrian copy, and in the Vulgate Latin, and Syriac versions; and the whole description of the persons in some copies, and in the Ethiopic version. ( D) has set you[ a] free. Seventhly in Ephesians we are ‘chosen in Him’ (Romans 1:4), ‘in Him we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of sins according to the riches of His grace’ (Romans 1:7), ‘in Him we have received an inheritance’ (Romans 1:11), in Him we are raised to the spiritual realm (Romans 2:1-10), in Him ‘we have been made nigh by the blood of Christ’ (Romans 2:13), ‘in Him we are built together for a habitation of God through the Spirit’ (Romans 2:22). Therefore. 2 For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has set you free from the law of sin and of death. Who conduct, or live. The subject with which the seventh chapter concludes is still under consideration. — These words not being found in all the manuscripts, are considered by some as spurious. Romans 8:1, There is not a more blessed declaration than this in the whole word of truth. To “have the Spirit of Christ” is a converse expression for the same idea. O the blessedness, then, of that word of grace and truth, worthy to be sounded through heaven and earth by the voice of cherubim and seraphim, "There is no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus!". "As to whether he (the person "in Christ Jesus") may or may not come into condemnation is not the matter under discussion..the fact that the person who has come into Christ is free from his former condemnation". Because the love of god is infinite and unchangeable; from which nothing can separate us, Romans 8:35-39. The righteousness of Christ imputed, secures the soul, the better part, from death. We are eternally secure! 8 Therefore, there is now no condemnation. College Press, Joplin, MO. For this no good reason, we think, can be assigned. In this surpassing chapter the several streams of the preceding arguments meet and flow in one "river of the water of life, clear as crystal, proceeding out of the throne of God and of the Lamb," until it seems to lose itself in the ocean of a blissful eternity. As, however, there is always warmth of feeling in the apostle's argument, so also is there generally logical arrangement in his highest triumphs. Romans 3:20 shows the "therefore" of condemnation; but Romans 8:1 gives the "therefore" of no condemnation ..." [Note: Wiersbe, 1:538.]. It is probable that a copyist inadvertently picked up the phrase from Romans 8:4 which has the identical wording. 1999-2014. no. Greek. 1835. Go to. Rome was the most important city in the world at the time of Paul. His humanity is the medium by which His divinity communicates itself with all its graces. Being now in Christ, we are not under the curse of the law, because He has borne it for us In the moment in which we believed in Him, we were redeemed from its curse; we entered into another covenant, in which there is nothing but grace and pardon. The union between Christ and his people is compared to that between the vine and its branches John 15:1-6, and hence, believers are said to be in him in a similar sense, as deriving their support from him, and as united in feeling, in purpose, and destiny. Application (2) The fruits of the Spirit, or effects of sanctification, which are begun in us, do not ingraft us into Christ, but declare that we are grafted into him. To walk after the Spirit, is to be led and guided by the counsels and motions thereof. condemnation. Because god has given his son to die for them, and thereby to secure their justification and salvation, Romans 8:31-34. "Commentary on Romans 8:1". The proposition is contained in the first verse. There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus. For those who live in union with Christ Jesus. And in this Epistle to the Ephesians, the Apostle denominates the Church not only the body of Jesus Christ, but even His fullness. "The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge". Interestingly, while the flavor of Romans 8 is exhortation, there is not a single command in the chapter. "Commentary on Romans 8:1". 6. It begins with a negative adverb (ou), then adds a conjunction (de) which makes a new word that has the sense of "not even" (this term can be found in Matthew 6:29). There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jews who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. Until this point in Romans, Paul has taken his hearers through the “shadowlands” of the faith.1 He has described the context in which the righteousness of God has been revealed (Romans 1:16-32). 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