Jesus bridges the divide between God and humanity. He helps us to understand God the Father, and it is only through Jesus that we are able to come into relationship with God.
The vision of the new creation is more fully revealed. We are reminded that Jesus will return to restore all things, and bring in an age of glory in which there will be no more tears, struggle, or pain.
As Paul expresses his anguish over the Jewish people’s rejection of Jesus we are reminded that our salvation comes through faith alone, and that we are called to that by God himself.
In this significant chapter, Paul brings together the key themes he has raised so far. Christians are reminded that there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.
As people who have been saved by grace, through faith in Jesus, Christians live with knowing that the sufferings we may experience now remind us of the certain hope we have of eternal life.