Chapter # 6 Paragraph # 3 Study # 1
August 28, 2016
Humble, Texas
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<027> Thesis:   The "believer's" attitude toward "committing a sin" is to be shaped by the reality of what happens when a "sin" is committed. Introduction:   In our last study we focused upon the fact that Paul promised that "Sin" would never be given the position of "lord" over "believers" because of their removal from being "under Law" to being "under Grace". In that study we argued that, because of the Cross, the "Justice" of God has been forever suspended from application to those who "believe" in what happened at that Cross. Thus, "Justice" will never "happen" in the life of a "believer". This evening we are going to begin our studies of the next paragraph of chapter six in order to see what Paul considered to be of paramount importance in terms of what affect "Grace" was to have upon those who "believe" in the Grace of the Cross.