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Ruminating on ROMANS! (Some Thoughts on Paul’s Great Epistle) #22 “Ten Questions on Romans 6”

Many of you know that my New Jersey friend Frank and I are reading through God’s Word together (described here). We’re now in the book of Romans and are reading chapter 6 each day this week. One way to study a chapter in the Bible is to ask a lot of questions. Here are ten questions worth pursuing in this sixth chapter:

Ten Questions on Romans 6:

1. What are the questions Paul asks in this chapter?

2. What expressions are used to show our union with Christ?

3. What is meant by the “old self”?

4. What are the commands in this chapter?

5. How do we serve as instruments of righteousness?

6. What does it mean to no longer be under the law but under grace?

7. How are we to understand “the pattern of teaching” (v. 17)?

8. What does it mean to be a slave of righteousness?

9. How have we been set free from sin (v. 22)?

10. What is meant by “eternal life” in verse 22?

Thank the Lord today for your ability — and mine — to ask good questions of the biblical text — and to look for answers!

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Posted by on January 18, 2021 in Romans 6


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