Oh, the gravity of Romans 8:31-39!
If none of what's listed—and everything is listed!—can separate us from him, Christ must be the master of all it. He must be Lord over life and death and heaven and hell, sovereign Lord over all planets and molecules, galaxies and atoms, universes and particles.
This means that:
When distressed by sickness, despair, depression, the painful words of friends, the hurtful words of a spouse or a child or a parent
when threatened by instability at work or in your home
when afraid of the future
when stressed out and anxious
when unsure and hyper-cautious
when laid low and beaten down
when nervous and frightened
when gossiped about and lied about and stabbed in the back
when feeling unforgiven and feeling hated and feeling used and thrown aside and pushed to the margins
when feeling taken advantage of or ignored or misunderstood or squashed
when tormented by your past and the sins you can't shake
when dealing with addictions and destructive behaviors
when tempted by cheap pretenders to God's throne
when lured away from the path
when you've fallen and when you've struggled and when you're in too deep
in the midst of violence, persecution, oppression, feeling stranded and lonely,
in a flood or a fire or a zombie apocalypse,
your God reigns, and he reigns in you!
You can know and say that nothing can condemn you so long as you are in Christ Jesus—that in fact, if you are in Christ, you are as secure as Christ is.
So even when the accuser comes and throws your sins at you, they should flame up and fizzle out like crumbly meteors entering the atmosphere of Christ's righteousness, and you can curse that devil and remind him that you are in tight with the boss of his existence, with the boss of very existence itself.