Happily Ever After (Romans 6:1-11)
In this portion of Scripture, the Apostle Paul uses a teaching style designed to be argumentative. It’s not a personal attack on anyone, but an assault on group think – Paul deliberately delivers a “punch or a jolt” to the one who says they can live in two worlds simultaneously. The Christian’s response to sin should be genuine repentance; God’s grace is not to be taken advantage of or abused.
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0:00 – Introduction
23:31 – 1. When Dead Men Tell No Tales
26:34 – 1A. Dead Men Have Nothing To Talk About
45:32 – 1B. Dead Men Have Nothing To Live For
52:10 – 1C. Dead Men Have Nothing To Celebrate