This week we looked at the third chapter of Romans. This chapter and verse twenty-three, in particular, is popular with those who would pervert the grace of God into a license to sin. So we broke down the chapter, verse by verse raising important questions.
Can we truly say we believe God's warnings in regards to sin if we are currently living sinfully?
Which sin does God permit or overlook?
People often use verses ten and eleven to lower the standard saying there is none good no, not one. But, the same passage describes one whose feet are swift to shed blood, that have speech that is an unbearable stench to God and that their lives are useless to Him.
Can this describe one of God' Saints?
Can sin produce righteousness?
Ps. 5:4-11; 14:2-3; 36:1; 51:4; 52:4; 84:11; 119:138; Mt. 13:58; 17:20; Mk. 6:6; 9:24; 16:4; I Ti. 1:13, 19;
Dt. 7:9; Ga. 2:17-18; 6:14; Jb. 33:26; 34:31
Praise the Lord Saints!
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