Romans (LXII)

ROMANS 8:34-39

(from a transcript of a sermon preached on 11/9/03 at Sovereign Redeemer Assembly)


Please turn in your Bibles to Romans chapter 8. Let's read verses 28 through the end of the chapter:

Romans 8: (28) But we know that [to] the [ones] loving God all things work together for good, [to] those being called according to purpose; (29) because whom He foreknew, He also predestinated [to be] conformed to the image of His Son, for Him to be [the] First-born among many brothers. (30) But whom He predestinated, these He also called; and whom He called, these He also justified; and whom He justified, these He also glorified. (31) What then shall we say to these things? If God [be] for us, who [can be] against us? (32) Truly [He] who did not spare His own Son, but gave Him up on behalf of us all, how will He not freely give all things to us with Him? (33) Who will bring any charge against God's elect? God [is] the [One] justifying! (34) Who [is he] condemning? [It is] Christ who has died, but rather also [is] raised, who also is at [the] right [hand] of God, who also makes intercession on our behalf. (35) Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? [Shall] tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or danger, or sword? (36) Even as it has been written, "For Your sake we are killed all the day; we are counted as sheep of slaughter." (37) But in all these things we more than conquer through Him loving us. (38) For I am persuaded that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor rulers, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, (39) nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus, our Lord.

Two weeks ago, we looked at verses 31 through 33, which is the first part of the climactic paragraph that concludes the first half of Paul's letter to the Romans. In light of the doctrines of grace that have been put forth up until now, in light of the gospel of salvation, from regeneration to final glory, based on the atoning blood and imputed righteousness of Jesus Christ alone, in light of the fact that God works all things for the good of His people, in light of the fact that everyone whom God foreknew, He predestinated, called, justified, and glorified, "what then shall we say to these things?"

The first thing we saw is that since God is FOR us, since God loves us and works all things for our good, nothing can prevail against us. The next thing we saw is that since God did not hold back His Son from dying for us, He certainly will not hold back any of the blessings of salvation from us. The third thing we saw is that since God is the one declaring us righteous, there can be no charge brought against us.

Now to verse 34:

Romans 8: (34) Who [is he] condemning? [It is] Christ who has died, but rather also [is] raised, who also is at [the] right [hand] of God, who also makes intercession on our behalf.

Now the word for "condemning" here is different than the word for "bringing a charge" that we saw in verse 33. The word for "condemning" means "damning" or "sentencing" or "judging" in the legal sense. This is specifically talking about being condemned or damned to punishment in hell. Whereas in the previous verse, it was talking about being CHARGED with a crime, in this verse, it is talking about being SENTENCED for that crime. "Who is he condemning?" is another way of saying what was said in verse 1 of this chapter: "There is therefore now no condemnation." But why is there no condemnation? Why is it that NO ONE and NO THING can condemn us? Verse 1 says that there is no condemnation to those who are IN CHRIST JESUS. Verse 34 says that Jesus Christ died, is raised, is at the right hand of God, who makes intercession on our behalf. It's an expansion of the term "in Christ Jesus" in verse 1. So - if Jesus Christ died for us, is raised for us, and is exalted at the right hand of God making intercession for us, who can condemn us? Who can punish us? Who can damn us? Again, a resounding NO ONE and NO THING. Why? Because of the work of Christ.

This passage clearly puts forth efficacious atonement. Why is it that there are certain people who are not condemned? Because CHRIST HAS DIED! Now this could not be said if Christ died for everyone without exception. Those who believe that Christ has died for everyone without exception believe that there are some who are condemned for whom Christ has died. Thus, they could not answer the question "Who is he condemning?" with the answer "Christ has died." In this damnable blasphemy, Christ's death did nothing in and of itself to keep people from being condemned. It did not ensure that anyone in particular would not be condemned. It was just a blanket amnesty to give everyone an opportunity to not be condemned, as long as they added to the work of Christ by their own efforts. Now some would say, "But this passage doesn't just say that Christ has died. It also says that He was raised and is at the right hand of God and makes intercession for us. So it's more than Christ's death." What they don't realize is that it is ALL RELATED to Christ's efficacious atoning death. What does it mean that Christ is raised? It means that God the Father, in raising Jesus Christ, was totally satisfied with the work of Christ on the cross, because Christ fully satisfied the demands of God's law and justice, fully conquered death, and fully accomplished the salvation of everyone for whom He lived, died, and rose again. Thus the resurrection is inextricably linked to Christ's atoning work that ensured the salvation of everyone whom He represented. And what does it mean that Christ is at the right hand of God? It means that God the Father exalted God the Son to the highest place of honor as the Sovereign Redeemer of His people who had accomplished the work He set out to accomplish, which was the full salvation of everyone whom He represented. And what does it mean that Christ makes intercession on our behalf? It means that Jesus Christ, as the risen and exalted Savior, continually applies the merits of His atoning blood and imputed righteousness to all for whom He died and was raised. It's all connected. All of it has to do with the efficacious atonement of Jesus Christ for His people, and all of it works to make His people free from condemnation - His death, His resurrection, His exaltation, and His intercession.

Since we've already seen the passages on Christ's death and resurrection many times, I'd like to focus for a little while on Christ's exaltation and intercession. Let's first see Christ's exaltation. The right hand or right side of a king is the place of honor. It signifies a participation in the royal power and rule and majesty and glory. Let's look at some Scripture passages on Christ's exaltation.

Psalm 110:

Psalm 110: (1) A declaration of Jehovah to my Lord: Sit at My right hand, until I place Your enemies [as] Your footstool. (2) Jehovah shall send the rod of Your strength out of Zion [to] rule in the midst of Your enemies. (3) Your people [shall have] willingness in the day of Your might; in the majesties of holiness; from the womb of the dawn, to You [is] the dew of Your youth. (4) Jehovah has sworn and will not repent: You [are] a priest forever according to the order of Melchizedek. (5) The Lord at Your right hand shatters kings in the day of His anger. (6) He shall judge among the nations; He shall fill with dead bodies; He shall shatter heads over much land. (7) He shall drink out of the torrent on the way; therefore, He shall lift up the head.

Matthew 26:64:

Matthew 26: (64) Jesus said to him, You said [it]. I tell you more. From this time you shall see the Son of Man sitting off [the] right [hand] of power, and coming on the clouds of the heaven.

Acts 2:32-36:

Acts 2: (32) This Jesus, God raised up, of which we all are witnesses. (33) Then being exalted to the right of God, and receiving the promise of the Holy Spirit from the Father, He poured out this which you now see and hear. (34) For David did not ascend into Heaven, but he says, "The Lord said to my Lord, Sit at My right [hand] (35) until I place [those] hostile to You as a footstool for Your feet." (36) Then assuredly, let all [the] house of Israel acknowledge that God made Him both Lord and Christ, this same Jesus whom you crucified.

Acts 5:31:

Acts 5: (31) This One God [has] exalted [as] a Ruler and Savior to His right [hand], to give to Israel repentance and remission of sins.

Acts 7:55-56:

Acts 7: (55) But being full of [the] Holy Spirit, looking intently into the heaven, he saw the glory of God, and Jesus standing at the right of God. (56) And [he] said, Behold, I see the heavens having been opened, and the Son of man standing at the right of God!

Ephesians 1:18-23:

Ephesians 1: (18) the eyes of your mind having been enlightened, for you to know what is the hope of His calling, and what [are] the riches of the glory of His inheritance in the saints, (19) and what [is] the surpassing greatness of His power toward us, the ones believing according to the working of His mighty strength (20) which He worked in Christ [in] raising Him from [the] dead; yea, [He] seated [Him] at His right hand in the heavenlies, (21) far above all rule, and authority, and power, and lordship, and every name having been named, not only in this age, but also in the coming [age]; (22) and He "put all [things] under His feet" and gave Him [to be] Head over all [things] to the assembly, (23) which is His body: the fullness of the [One] filling all things in all;

Philippians 2:5-11:

Philippians 2: (5) For think this within you, which [mind was] also in Christ Jesus, (6) who subsisting in the form of God, thought [it] not robbery to be equal with God, (7) but emptied Himself, taking [the] form of a slave, having become in [the] likeness of men (8) and being found in fashion as a man, He humbled Himself, having become obedient until death, even [the] death of a cross. (9) Because of this also God highly exalted Him and gave Him a name above every name, (10) that at the name of Jesus "every knee should bow," of heavenly ones, and earthly ones, and ones under [the] earth, (11) and "every tongue should confess" that Jesus Christ [is] "Lord," to [the] glory of God [the] Father.

Colossians 3:1:

Colossians 3: (1) If, then, you were raised with Christ, seek the things above, where Christ is sitting at [the] right of God;

Hebrews 1:2-4,13:

Hebrews 1: (2) in these last days [He] spoke to us in [the] Son, whom He appointed heir of all; through whom He indeed made the ages; (3) who being the shining splendor of [His] glory, and the express image of His essence, and upholding all things by the Word of His power, having made purification of our sins through Himself, [He] sat down on [the] right of the Majesty on high, (4) having become so much better than the angels, He has inherited a name more excellent than they. ... (13) But to which of the angels did He ever say, "Sit at My right [hand] until I place Your enemies [as] a footstool of Your feet?"

Hebrews 8:1:

Hebrews 8: (1) Now a summary over the things being said: We have such a High Priest, who sat down on [the] right of the throne of the Majesty in Heaven,

Hebrews 10:11-14:

Hebrews 10: (11) And indeed every priest stands day by day ministering, and often offering the same sacrifices, which can never take away sins. (12) But He, offering but one sacrifice for sins, "sat down" in perpetuity " [at the] right [hand]" of God, (13) from then on expecting "until His enemies are placed [as] a footstool" of His feet. (14) For by one offering He has perfected in perpetuity the ones being sanctified.

Hebrews 12:2:

Hebrews 12: (2) looking to the Author and Finisher of [our] faith, Jesus, who for the joy set before Him endured [the] cross, despising the shame, "and sat down at [the] right" of the throne of God.

1 Peter 3:21-22:

1 Peter 3: (21) Which antitype now also saves us, baptism (not a putting away of [the] filth of [the] flesh, but [the] answer of a good conscience toward God through [the] resurrection of Jesus Christ; (22) who going into Heaven is at [the] right of God, [the] angels, and authorities, and powers being subjected to Him).

Did you notice from these passages the reason why Christ was exalted? He was exalted because He became obedient unto the death of the cross, because He endured the cross, because He made purification of our sins through Himself, because He offered one sacrifice for sins. He was exalted as the risen Savior who accomplished complete expiation for all the sins of all His people, ensuring that everyone for whom He died would be saved.

Let's now see Christ's continued intercession for His people. As we read these passages, pay attention to the form of this intercession. Is it a continual begging the Father not to show His wrath against His people, or is it a continual mediatorship based on an accomplished work that has secured the salvation of all for whom He died? Let's first turn to Hebrews 7:21-28:

Hebrews 7: (21) for they truly becoming priests are without oath-taking, but He with oath-taking, through the [One] saying to Him, [The] Lord swore, and will not care to change, "You [are] a priest to the age according to the order of Melchizedek;" (22) by so much Jesus has become Surety of a better covenant. (23) And they truly are many priests, being prevented from continuing because of death; (24) but He has the priesthood not to be passed on, because of His remaining to the age. (25) And from this He is able to save to the [end] completely the [ones] drawing near to God through Him, forever living to intercede on their behalf. (26) For such a High Priest was fitting for us: holy, harmless, undefiled, and separated from sinners, and having become higher than the heavens; (27) who has no need, as do the high priests, to offer sacrifices day by day, first for His own sins, then for those of the people. For He did this once for all, offering up Himself. (28) For the Law makes men high priests who have infirmity, but the word of the oath-taking after the Law [appoints the] Son to the age, having been perfected.

Now Hebrews 9:11-28:

Hebrews 9: (11) But Christ having appeared [as] a High Priest of the coming good things, through the greater and more perfect tabernacle not made with hands, that is, not of this creation, (12) nor through the blood of goats and of calves, but through [His] own blood, [He] entered once for all into the [Holy of] Holies, having procured everlasting redemption. (13) For if the blood of bulls and goats, and ashes of a heifer sprinkling those having been defiled, sanctifies to the purity of the flesh, (14) by how much more the blood of Christ (who through [the] eternal Spirit offered Himself without blemish to God), will purify your conscience from dead works, to serve [the] living God! (15) And because of this He is Mediator of a new covenant, so that, death having occurred for redemption of transgressions under the first covenant, those being called might receive the promise of the everlasting inheritance. (16) For where a covenant [is], the death of him having covenanted must be offered. (17) For a covenant [is] affirmed over [those] dead, since it never has force when he who has covenanted [is] living. (18) From which neither the first [covenant] was dedicated without blood. (19) For [when] every command had been spoken according to Law by Moses to all the people, having taken the blood of the calves and goats, with water and scarlet wool and hyssop, and he sprinkled both the scroll and all the people, (20) saying, "This [is] the blood of the covenant which God enjoined to you." (21) And he likewise sprinkled both the tabernacle and all the service vessels with the blood. (22) And almost all things are purified by blood according to the Law; and apart from shedding of blood no remission occurs. (23) Then [it was] needful for the figures of the things in the heavens to be cleansed [with] these; but the heavenly things themselves by better sacrifices than these. (24) For Christ did not enter into [the Holy of] Holies made by hands, types of the true things, but into Heaven itself, now to appear in the presence of God on our behalf, (25) not that He should often offer Himself even as the high priest enters into the [Holy of] Holies year by year with blood of others; (26) since He must often have suffered from [the] foundation of the world. But now once for all, at the completion of the ages, He has been manifested for putting away of sin through the sacrifice of Himself. (27) And as it is reserved to men once to die, and after this, Judgment; (28) so Christ having been once offered "to bear [the] sins of many," Christ shall appear a second [time] without sin to those expecting Him for salvation.

And now, to show you the connection between Christ's exaltation and His intercession, let's read a passage that we just read when we went over Christ's exaltation, which is Hebrews 10:11-14:

Hebrews 10: (11) And indeed every priest stands day by day ministering, and often offering the same sacrifices, which can never take away sins. (12) But He, offering but one sacrifice for sins, "sat down" in perpetuity " [at the] right [hand]" of God, (13) from then on expecting "until His enemies are placed [as] a footstool" of His feet. (14) For by one offering He has perfected in perpetuity the ones being sanctified.

The phrase "in perpetuity" means CONTINUALLY, PERPETUALLY, CEASELESSLY, CONSTANTLY, ENDLESSLY, INCESSANTLY, UNENDINGLY, UNREMITTINGLY, FOREVER - do you get the point? The priests of the Old Testament stood and walked and offered the same sacrifices over and over, none of which could take away even a single sin. But Jesus Christ, the Great High Priest, offered Himself ONCE and then SAT DOWN FOR GOOD as the exalted Savior at God's right hand who ACCOMPLISHED FULL REDEMPTION for ALL for whom He died. On the cross, Jesus Christ cried, "It is finished." There was no work left to do. His resurrection showed that God was completely satisfied with the finished work of Christ. His exaltation showed that God has given Christ power and majesty and glory as the risen Savior. And in verse 14, we see that because of His once-for-all offering, Jesus Christ has perfected IN PERPETUITY the saints. Because of the work of Jesus Christ, He FOREVER LIVES TO INTERCEDE on our behalf, as we saw in Hebrews 7. We are CONTINUALLY, PERPETUALLY, UNREMITTINGLY perfected, because Jesus Christ is CONTINUALLY, PERPETUALLY, UNREMITTINGLY interceding for us based on His atoning blood and imputed righteousness.

Who then can condemn us? If Christ has died for us, accomplishing our redemption, if Christ was raised for our justification, if Christ has been exalted at the right hand of God as our Lord and Savior, if Christ forever lives to perpetually intercede on our behalf so we are perpetually righteous in the eyes of God's law and justice, who can condemn us? No one, of course! Christ has done it all! There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus!

Let's now go on to verse 35 in Romans 8:

Romans 8: (35) Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? [Shall] tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or danger, or sword?

Yet another rhetorical question. Who or what will ever separate us from Christ's love? Is there anything or anyone that will make it so Christ will not love us anymore? Is there anything that will thwart Christ's atoning, interceding love for us? Is there anything that will cause us to lose our salvation? This brings us back to verses 28 and 29, doesn't it? In verse 28, we saw that God is the SOVEREIGN CONTROLLER of every single thing in the universe. And He can only show LOVE toward His people. Thus, He works all things for the GOOD of His people. And in verse 29, we saw that EVERY SINGLE ONE of those whom God loved from the foundation of the world WILL BE GLORIFIED. It's all SURE AND CERTAIN. OF COURSE nothing can separate us from the love of Christ. The salvation, from regeneration to final glory, of everyone whom Christ loves is ALREADY CERTAIN. If God is for us, nothing will separate us from the love of Christ. If God did not spare His own Son, but gave Him up on our behalf, then nothing will separate us from the love of Christ. If God is the one justifying, then nothing will separate us from the love of Christ. If Christ died and was raised and is at the right hand of God making continual intercession for us, nothing can separate us from the love of Christ.

Paul lists seven things that believers go through: "Tribulation" means affliction or trouble. "Distress" means dire straits. "Persecution" means suffering for Christ. "Famine" means dearth or hunger. "Nakedness" means lack of clothing. "Peril" means danger. "Sword" means being killed. In verse 36, Paul quotes Psalm 44:22 to show what believers go through for the sake of God and His gospel:

Romans 8: (36) Even as it has been written, "For Your sake we are killed all the day; we are counted as sheep of slaughter."

All these things are difficult and painful, but NONE of them EVEN COME CLOSE to separating God's people from the love of Christ. After all, WHO'S IN CHARGE of all the tribulation and distress and persecution and famine and nakedness and peril and sword that believers go through? WHO CAUSES these things? It is God, who WORKS ALL THINGS, EVEN THESE THINGS, FOR OUR GOOD! In fact, we see in verse 37 that not only do believers get through these things, they MORE THAN CONQUER in all these things! Believers are BETTER OFF after going through persecutions and trials and tribulations! We GLORY in our afflictions! We are BLESSED when we are reproached and persecuted and slandered on account of Christ. Christ says we are to REJOICE and LEAP FOR JOY! So, far from separating us from the love of Christ, these things make us not just conquerors, but MORE than conquerors! Not just victors, but DECISIVE victors! Not just barely making it, but routing the opposition! Is it because of our own strength or power? May it never be. We more than conquer THROUGH HIM LOVING US. We overcome through the work of Jesus Christ alone, who loved us and gave Himself for us.

Now for the climax of the climax, which is verses 38 and 39:

Romans 8: (38) For I am persuaded that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor rulers, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, (39) nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus, our Lord.

Paul, and all believers, are persuaded - are fully convinced, fully confident - that NO ONE and NO THING, NO MATTER WHAT IT IS, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus, our Lord. Our salvation is SURE AND CERTAIN. NOTHING will be able to undo what Christ has done for us. There is NOTHING that will make us lose our salvation. There is NOTHING that will keep God's people from reaching final glory in heaven. If God is for us, who can be against us? If God is the one justifying, who will bring any charge against God's elect? If Christ died, was raised, is exalted, and intercedes for us, who is he condemning? Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Because I have faith in Christ, I am FULLY CONVINCED that I am as SURE and CERTAIN for heaven as if I were already there. NOTHING will get in the way. Paul mentions ten things that are meant to express the concept of everything without exception. Death separates us from our loved ones and makes our bodies decay, but it does not separate us from the love of God. Life, with its trials and tribulations, our own indwelling sin and persecutions from the world, does not separate us from the love of God. Angels - spirit beings, especially those demons who seek to do the work of their master, the devil, who seek to destroy the people of God - have no power to separate us from the love of God. Rulers - the magistrates of the world, along with their laws - cannot separate us from the love of God. Powers, who are any other people or institutions who exert influence and who have positions of might, and strength, are not powerful enough to separate us from the love of God. Things present and things to come - our current situations and situations that will arise in the future - cannot separate us from the love of God. Height and depth - prosperity and poverty, plenty and famine, joy and sadness, health and sickness - cannot separate us from the love of God. Any other creature -- anything else created in the entire universe - cannot separate us from the love of God. Like we saw before, NONE of these things will EVEN COME CLOSE to separating us from God's love. In fact, who controls death, life, angels, rulers, powers, things present, things to come, height, depth, and all of the universe? It is GOD HIMSELF, who controls all things for our good! If anything could cause us to lose our salvation or our inheritance, then God is not in control, and Christ did not secure our salvation.

Did you notice that there was a change in phraseology between verses 35 and 39? Verse 35 uses the phrase "love of Christ," and verse 39 uses the phrase "love of God in Christ Jesus, our Lord." This shows us that the love of Christ is the same thing as the love of God in Christ. They cannot be separated. God's love and Christ's love are one in the same. Verse 39 expands on verse 35 and shows us that God the father loves His people in Christ Jesus. God shows love to us because we are one with Christ and are clothed with His righteousness. Christ Jesus is also called "our Lord," which means our sovereign, supreme master and controller. We are safe and secure in the love of our sovereign master. God works all things together for our good. Whom He foreloved, He predestinated, called, justified, and glorified. He is for us, and no one and no thing can prevail against us. He did not spare His own Son but gave Him up on our behalf, and He does not spare any of the blessings of salvation from us. No one can bring any charge against us, because God has justified us based on the work of Christ alone. No one can condemn us, because Christ has died for us, was raised and exalted as the sovereign redeemer who accomplished full satisfaction for all for whom He died, ensuring the salvation of all for whom He died, and He ever lives to intercede for us. No one and no thing can separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord.

I'd like to close with three Psalms that praise God for His preserving grace.

Psalm 46:

Psalm 46: (1) God [is] our refuge and strength, very much found [to be] a help in distresses. (2) On account of this we will not fear when the earth changes and when mountains [are] slipping into the heart of the seas. (3) Let its waters foam; let the mountains shake in its swelling. Selah. (4) [There is] a river, its channels gladden the city of God, the holy tabernacles of the Most High. (5) God [is] in the midst of her; she shall not be shaken; God will help her at the turning of the morning. (6) The nations roared; kingdoms were shaken; He gave forth His voice [and] the earth melted. (7) Jehovah of Hosts [is] with us; the God of Jacob [is] a refuge for us. Selah. (8) Come, behold the works of Jehovah, who sets ruins on the earth, (9) causing wars to cease to the end of the earth; He breaks the bow and cuts apart spears; He burns the chariots in the fire. (10) Be still and know that I [am] God! I will be exalted among the nations; I will be exalted in the earth. (11) Jehovah of Hosts [is] with us; the God of Jacob [is] a refuge for us. Selah.

Psalm 91:

Psalm 91: (1) He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High shall abide [in] the shade of the Almighty. (2) I will say to Jehovah: My Refuge and my Fortress, my God; I will trust in Him. (3) For He delivers you from the fowler's snare, from destruction's plague. (4) With His feathers He will cover you, and under His wings you shall seek refuge; His truth [is] a shield and buckler. (5) You shall not fear the terror of night, [nor] of the arrow [that] flies by day; (6) of the plague [that] walks in darkness, [nor] of the destruction laying waste at noonday. (7) A thousand shall fall by your side, and a myriad at your right hand; it shall not come near you. (8) Only with your eyes you shall look, and see the retribution of the wicked. (9) Because You, O Jehovah, [are] My refuge; You make the Most High Your habitation, (10) no evil shall happen to You, nor shall any plague come near Your tent. (11) For He shall give His angels charge over You, to keep You in all Your ways. (12) They shall bear You up in [their] hands, that You not dash Your foot on a stone. (13) You shall tread on the lion and adder; the young lion and the serpent You shall trample under foot. (14) Because He has set His love on Me, therefore I will deliver Him; I will set Him on high because He has known My name. (15) He shall call on Me and I will answer Him; I [will be] with Him in distress; I will rescue Him and honor Him. (16) I will satisfy him [with] length of days, and will make Him see My salvation.

Psalm 121:

Psalm 121: (1) I will lift up my eyes to the hills; from where shall my help come? (2) My help [comes] from Jehovah, the Maker of the heavens and the earth. (3) He will not give your foot to slip; He who keeps you will not slumber. (4) Behold, He who keeps Israel will not slumber nor sleep. (5) Jehovah [is] the One keeping you; Jehovah [is] your shade on your right hand. (6) The sun shall not strike you by day, nor the moon by night; (7) Jehovah shall keep you from all evil; He shall keep your soul. (8) Jehovah shall keep your going out, and your coming in, from now on and till forever.

Amen.


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