Besides knowing that you are saved, there is no truth more precious to the Christian than to know that nothing can separate us from the love of Christ.
Thomas Brooks has written:
Genuine assurance will be a spring of joy and comfort in you. It will make heavy afflictions light, long afflictions short, and bitter afflictions sweet. It will make you frequent, fervent, constant, and abundant in the work of the Lord. It will strengthen your faith, raise your hope, inflame your love, increase your patience, and brighten your zeal. It will make every mercy sweet, every duty sweet, every ordinance sweet, and every providence sweet. It will rid you of all your sinful fears and cares. It will give you ease under every burden, and make death more desirable than life. It will make you more strong to resist temptation, more victorious over opposition, and more silent in every difficult condition.
Genuine assurance will turn every winter night into a summer's day, every cross into a crown, and every wilderness into a paradise.
Genuine assurance will be a sword to defend you, a staff to support you, a cordial to strengthen you, a medicine to heal you, and a star to lead you.
Well, remember thisâ€”next to a man's being saved, it is the greatest mercy in this worldâ€”to know that he is saved.
In our text, Paul completes the argument he began in verse 1 with 'no condemnation' taking us to the mountaintop of 'no separation.'