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Topic: Message Outlines: Chapter 6

Romans 6:1-8 (10)

by Darrel Cline

Chapter # 6 Paragraph # 1 Study # 10
September 19, 2006
Lincolnton, N.C.


Thesis:Justification begins to set us free.

Introduction:In our studies thus far we have been working out the details of Paul's argument that there is something radically wrong with the notion that the grace of God sets us free to sin with impunity, or worse -- to sin and to think that we are making more of that grace by our sin.

In our studies we have looked intensively at Paul's concept of "compelling unity". However we are united with Adam, we both sin and die. And, by the same token, however we are united with Christ, we produce righteousness and live. This "compelling unity" is the heart of Romans 5:12 - 6:14.

Now, this evening we are going to look into Romans 6:7. This verse adds one more "brick" to the "wall of our understanding" so that we may actually find the freedom of which he wrote.

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