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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Romans 8:32


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    King James Bible - Romans 8:32

    He that spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us all, how shall he not with him also freely give us all things?

    World English Bible

    He who didn't spare his own Son, but delivered him up for us all, how would he not also with him freely give us all things?

    Douay-Rheims - Romans 8:32

    He that spared not even his own Son, but delivered him up for us all, how hath he not also, with him, given us all things?

    Webster's Bible Translation

    He that spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us all, how shall he not with him also freely give us all things?

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge

    VERSE (32) -
    Ro 5:6-10; 11:21 Ge 22:12 Isa 53:10 Mt 3:17 Joh 3:16 2Co 5:21

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 8:32

    El que aun a su propio Hijo no escatim, antes lo entreg por todos nosotros, ¿cmo no nos dar tambin con l todas las cosas?

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Romans 8:32

    Verse 32. He that spared not his own Son] And can we, his sincere followers, doubt of the
    safety of our state, or the certainty of his protection? No: for if he loved us, Gentiles and Jews, so intensely as to deliver up to death his own Son for us all, can he withhold from us any minor blessing? Nay, will he not, on the contrary, freely give us all things? For if he told Abraham, who is the father of the faithful, and representative of us all, and with whom the covenant was made, that, because he had not withheld from him his only son Isaac, but delivered him up to that death which he thought his God had required, in blessing, he would bless him; and in multiplying, he would multiply him; that his seed should possess the gate of his enemies; and that in it all the nations of the earth should be blessed, Gen. xxii. 16-19; will HE not give US all that was spiritually intended by these promises, whose only begotten Son was not sacrificed in a figure, but really, in order to purchase every blessing that the soul of man can need and that the hand of God can dispense.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 32. He that spared not his own Son , etc..] It is said that
    God spared not the angels that sinned, nor the old world, which was full of violence, nor Sodom and Gomorrah, whose wickedness was great, nor the Egyptians and their firstborn, refusing to let Israel go, nor the Israelites themselves, when they transgressed his laws, nor wicked men hardened in sin; all which is not to be wondered at; but that he should not spare his own Son, his proper Son, of the same nature with him, and equal to him, the Son of his love, and who never sinned against him, is very amazing: he spares many of the sons of men in a providential way, and in a way of grace, but he did not spare his own Son, or abate him anything in any respect, what was agreed upon between them, with regard to the salvation of his people; as appears by his assuming human nature, with all its weaknesses and infirmities; by his having laid on him all the iniquities of his people, and all the punishment due unto them he inflicted on him, without the least abatement; and by his sufferings not being deferred at all, beyond the appointed time; when full satisfaction for all their sins were demanded, the whole payment of their debts to the uttermost farthing insisted on, and all done according to the utmost strictness of divine justice: and which was not out of any disaffection to him; nor because he himself deserved such treatment; but because of the counsel, purpose, and promise of God, that his law and justice might be fully satisfied, and his people completely saved: moreover, the sense of the phrase may be learnt from the use of it in the Septuagint version of ( Genesis 22:12), thou hast not withheld thy Son, thine only Son from me, which that renders ouk efeiso , thou hast not spared thy beloved Son for me: so God did not spare his Son, because he did not withhold him: but delivered him up for us all . That is, God the Father delivered him, according to his determinate counsel and foreknowledge, into the hands of wicked men; into the hands of justice, and to death itself; not for all men, for to all men he does not give Christ, and all things freely with him, nor are all delivered from condemnation and death by him; wherefore if he was delivered up for all men, he must be delivered up in vain for some; but for us all, or all us, whom he foreknew, predestinated, called, justified, and glorified; and not merely as a martyr, or by way of example only, and for their good, but as their surety and substitute, in their room and stead: wherefore how shall he not with him freely give us all things ? Christ is God's free gift to his elect; he is given to be a covenant to them, an head over them, a Saviour of them, and as the bread of life for them to live upon: he is freely given; God could never have been compelled to have given him; Christ could never have been merited by them; nothing that they could give or do could have laid him under obligation to have bestowed him on them; yea, such were the persons, and such their characters, for whom he delivered him up, that he might have justly stirred up all his wrath against them; and yet such was his grace, that he has given his own Son unto them; and not him alone, but all things with him: all temporal good things, needful and convenient; all spiritual blessings, a justifying righteousness, pardon of sin, sanctifying grace, adoption, and eternal life: and all freely, in a sovereign way, according to his own good will and pleasure, without any obligation or compulsion; not grudgingly nor niggardly, but cheerfully and bountifully, absolutely, and without any conditions; for he is not moved thereunto by anything in them, or performed by them.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 32-39 - All things whatever, in
    heaven and earth, are not so great a display of God's free love, as the gift of his coequal Son to be the atonement of the cross for the sin of man; and all the rest follows upon union with him, and interest in him. All things, all which can be the causes of means of any real good to the faithful Christian. He that has prepare a crown and a kingdom for us, will give us what we need in the way to it. Men may justify themselves, though the accusations are in ful force against them; but if God justifies, that answers all. By Chris we are thus secured. By the merit of his death he paid our debt. Yea rather that is risen again. This is convincing evidence that Divin justice was satisfied. We have such a Friend at the right hand of God all power is given to him. He is there, making intercession. Believer does your soul say within you, Oh that he were mine! and oh that I wer his; that I could please him and live to him! Then do not toss you spirit and perplex your thoughts in fruitless, endless doubtings, but as you are convinced of ungodliness, believe on Him who justifies the ungodly. You are condemned, yet Christ is dead and risen. Flee to Hi as such. God having manifested his love in giving his own Son for us can we think that any thing should turn aside or do away that love Troubles neither cause nor show any abatement of his love. Whateve believers may be separated from, enough remains. None can take Chris from the believer: none can take the believer from Him; and that is enough. All other hazards signify nothing. Alas, poor sinners! thoug you abound with the possessions of this world, what vain things ar they! Can you say of any of them, Who shall separate us? You may be removed from pleasant dwellings, and friends, and estates. You may eve live to see and seek your parting. At last you must part, for you mus die. Then farewell, all this world accounts most valuable. And what hast thou left, poor soul, who hast not Christ, but that which tho wouldest gladly part with, and canst not; the condemning guilt of all thy sins! But the soul that is in Christ, when other things are pulle away, cleaves to Christ, and these separations pain him not. Yea, when death comes, that breaks all other unions, even that of the soul an body, it carries the believer's soul into the nearest union with it beloved Lord Jesus, and the full enjoyment of him for ever __________________________________________________________________


    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    32. Spared (efeisato). Mostly in
    Paul. Elsewhere only Acts xx. 29; 2 Peter ii. 4, 5. Compare Gen. xxii. 16, which Paul may have had in mind. His own (idiou). See on Acts i. 7; 2 Pet. i. 3, 20.

    With Him. Not merely in addition to Him, but all gifts of God are to be received, held, and enjoyed in communion with Christ.

    Freely give. In contrast with spared.


    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    8:32 {He that} (hos ge). "Who as much as this " (ge here magnifying the deed, intensive particle). {Spared not} (ouk efeisato). First aorist middle of feidomai, old verb used about the offering of Isaac in #Ge 22:16. See #Ac 20:29. {Also with him} (kai sun autwi). The gift of "his own son" is the promise and the pledge of the all things for good of verse #28. Christ is all and carries all with him.


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