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Deep and Wide

Dead To Sin

Romans 6:1-14

When a monarch butterfly emerges from its crysalis there is no evidence that it once was a caterpillar. Practically speaking, the caterpillar doesn’t exist anymore, it’s gone. Dead is the word that Paul uses to describe the old self that is replaced by the new self in Christ. Dead, in particular, is the “body of sin,” as he calls it. And because the old self is dead, it no longer is under the reign of sin and death. What does this mean for the Believer? Let’s find out as we continue our verse by verse study of the book of Romans.

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Previously...

Deep & Wide

“Grace Life”

 
 

 

Creed Of The Kingdom

 

A Call To Surrender

 
 
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