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Topic: Romans 6-8 Chapter Seven: Message Outlines

Romans 7:7-12 (2)

by Darrel Cline

Chapter # 7 Paragraph # 2 Study # 2
October 23, 2016
Humble, Texas
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Thesis:   Sin's use of "law" is intended to generate all manner of violations.

Introduction:   In our last study we saw that Paul doubles down on the question of "Law's" character: is it, as a tool of "The Sin", necessarily, then, "sinful"? His answer was an emphatic negative coupled to the declaration that the divine intention for "law" is "revelation", not "regulation". Paul's point is that a proper understanding of God's purpose for "law" involves seeing it as only a tool for revealing to men the true nature of "sins".

In our study this evening we are going to look into the use of "law" by "The Sin" and the subsequent need for believers to accept their actual "removal" from the domain of "law" altogether.

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