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Straightening the Contorted Romans 7 Perspective

When we think that Paul in Romans 7 is sinning just like us, we encounter contradictory ideas.

Example 1:

“When we were in the flesh, the motions of sins, which were aroused by the law, worked in our members to bring forth fruit to death.” (Rom 7:5) 668 more words

Romans 7-Romans 8:1 -This Body of Death

Death can reign

In me the same

As any man

We’re all to blame

Our sorry state

Can’t be exchanged

For any cost

That can be paid… 70 more words


Stone Throwing for Sinners

Part 3 of The Seismic Seven Series

It (trying to keep the law) grants you the power to judge others and feel superior to them. 1,039 more words


The Journey: Freedom Through Grace

Romans 7:15 – “For that which I do I allow not: for what I would, that do I not; but what I hate, that do I.” 787 more words


"When the Messiah died he took that entire rule-dominated way of life down with him and left it in the tomb, leaving you free." ~Apostle Paul

I have died with the Messiah Jesus. I am free from living a “rule-dominated” life. That way of life is dead as well. I am living a “resurrection life”. 255 more words

God Thoughts

The Mystery of Iniquity - Is Sin Alive In the Flesh?

The Conventional View of Sin

I would venture to say that most bible-believing Christians know how to define sin. In fact, when asked, I suspect that most of them would rightly tell you that sin is the breaking of God’s commandments, or as 1 John 3:4 says, the transgression of God’s law. 8,972 more words

Against Conventional Wisdom


We all can relate to Paul’s frustration towards our sinful nature. Our sinful nature is not willing to cooperate with the conditions of God’s Law. The things that we despise we often find ourselves doing and the things in which we desire we fail to achieve. 185 more words