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The Study of Romans

Romans 6

  1. What is the purpose of grace?

  2. How can Paul's emphasis on God's grace be misinterpreted? What was Paul's answer to his question?

  3. When does one die to sin? In what manner does one reenact the death, burial and resurrection of Christ?

  4. When does a person become united with Christ?

  5. From the following verses, what are some of the blessings found in union with Christ?

    Romans 6:4

    Romans 6:7

    Romans 6:23

    Romans 8:1

    II Corinthians 5:17

    Ephesians 1:3 & 7

    Colossians 1:14

    II Timothy 2:10

  6. Using verses 6 -14, contrast the old life as instruments of unrighteousness with the new life as instruments of righteousness.
    Instruments of Unrighteousness
    Instruments of Righteousness

  7. If Christians are dead to sin, why are they warned about sinning in verse 12.

  8. Why does Paul use the terminology of "slave"? If you constantly thought of yourself as a slave, how would it influence your everyday life?

  9. At the time that you were slaves to sin, what benefits did you receive?

  10. What are the benefits of becoming a slave to righteousness?

  11. Does obedience to God merit eternal life?

  12. After studying this lesson, how have you come to appreciate God's grace more fully?

Women IN God's Service

The Study of Romans - "SIN Replaced with RIGHTEOUSNESS" (lesson 4)
Ladies Bible Class Lesson, 25 January 2000
West-Ark Church of Christ, Fort Smith, Arkansas
Copyright © 2000, West-Ark Church of Christ
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