What does Roemer mean 8 31 34

Romans 8: 31-39
Hope for all

God's limitless love

31 What more can you say about it? If God is for us, who can be against us? 32 God did not even spare his own son, but delivered him to death for all of us. Should he withhold something from us? 33 Who could dare to accuse those who are chosen by God? Nobody, because God himself absolves them of all guilt. 34 Who would dare to condemn them? None, because Jesus Christ died for them, yes, more than that: He was raised from the dead and has taken his place on God's right side. There he now stands up for us before God.

35 So what could separate us from Christ and his love? Suffering and fear perhaps? Persecution? Hunger? Poverty? Danger or violent death? 36 We are really dealt with, as already described in the Holy Scriptures: "Because we belong to you, Lord, we are persecuted and killed everywhere - we are slaughtered like sheep!"[a]

37 But still: in the midst of suffering we triumph over all this through Christ, who so loved us. 38 Because I am very sure: neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons[b], neither the present nor the future nor any powers, 39 neither high nor low or anything else in the world can separate us from the love of God which he gives us in Jesus Christ our Lord.

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