Romans 8:37: No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us.
What does this phrase mean? I've always wondered. In doing some study, I think I've found that "conqueror" is to be used synonymously with "overcomer", as John states in 1 John 5:4. Jesus gives us the power and might to overcome this world. In that way, we are conquerors over sin through Christ's sacrifice.
But Paul says in Romans that we are MORE than conquerors.
So Christ hasn't come into the world just to give us victory over sin, but rather, to give us a place of honor at God's table, if you will. To not just be citizens of Heaven, but *married* to the Messiah, not just someone who can rejoice in God's sacrifice, but an *heir* along with the Son of God Himself?
Is that what "more than conquerors" means? I'm pretty sure it does, but I wanted to throw that out to you guys because there might be other insights on this Scripture.