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Romans 8:33
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Who will bring a charge against (bu)God's elect? (bv)God is the one who justifies;
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Romans 8:34
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who is the one who (bw)condemns? Christ Jesus is He who (bx)died, yes, rather who was [l](by)raised, who is (bz)at the right hand of God, who also (ca)intercedes for us.
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Romans 8:35
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Who will separate us from (cb)the love of [m]Christ? Will (cc)tribulation, or distress, or (cd)persecution, or (ce)famine, or (cf)nakedness, or (cg)peril, or sword?
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Romans 8:36
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Just as it is written, "(ch) For Your sake we are being put to death all day long ; We were considered as sheep to be slaughtered ."
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Romans 8:37
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But in all these things we overwhelmingly (ci)conquer through (cj)Him who loved us.
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Romans 8:38
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For I am convinced that neither (ck)death, nor life, nor (cl)angels, nor principalities, nor (cm)things present, nor things to come, nor powers,
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Romans 8:39
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nor height, nor depth, nor any other created thing, will be able to separate us from (cn)the love of God, which is (co)in Christ Jesus our Lord.
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