In this sermon, Wesley Fredericks unwraps the profound truth that in Christ, we are forever liberated from the condemnation of sin, citing Romans 8:1-4 to illustrate our divine justification through Jesus' sacrificial love and resurrection. He emphasizes that believers are not only freed from sin but are also reborn into a realm dominated by the Spirit, not the flesh, enabling us to live in alignment with God's desires. Wesley passionately shares that the law, while perfect, was powerless to change our nature, but Jesus, through His obedience and atoning death, fulfilled the law and bestowed upon us His righteousness. He highlights the transformative power of salvation, ensuring that once we are saved, we are irrevocably changed and guided by the Spirit, not the flesh. The sermon culminates in the beautiful assurance that as believers, we are God’s cherished children, adopted into His family, and co-heirs with Christ in His glory. Wesley tenderly invites us to lean into these truths, to allow them to permeate our hearts, and to respond by living a life deeply rooted in the Spirit, reflecting the love and righteousness of our Savior, Jesus Christ. Let us embrace this divine adoption, living not in fear but in the freedom and assurance that we are profoundly loved by our Heavenly Father.