Romans 6: Our freedom from sin

1. What does sinning “earn” for us?  (6:23)

2. Since we are now dead to sin, what should we live unto?  (I Peter 2:24)

3. We must see ourselves as _______to sin. (6:2)  Explain why and how.

4. Only if we are truly dead with Christ can we now walk in what?  (6:4)

5. If you are now “risen with Christ,” what should you now seek? (6:4)

6. What does the truth of the Gospel bring into “captivity?”  (II Corinthians 10:5)

7. We are to consider ourselves as ________to sin, but also _________unto God. (6:11)

8. How are we now to think of our bodies?  (6:13)

9. We are not to allow sin to do what?  (6:12)

10. Does freedom from the bondage of law means we are now free to sin? (6:11-17)
    If not, why not?

11. In our old life, what were we the servants of?  Now what are we the servants of?  (6:18)

12. Since you are now dead to sin, where is your life now hidden?  (Colossians 3:3)

13. Count and total the number of times “life”, “alive”, “live”, and “liveth” are used
      in chapter six. What does their usage suggest?

14. If we have truly become Jesus’ servants, we will produce what?  (6:22)

15. Read Mark 11:13-14 and 11:20-21 and explain how God reacts to Christians
      who don’t produce “fruit” in their lives.

16. What kind of fruit does God expect from you?  (John 15:16)

17. In our old lives we were unclean, but what are we now to be? (6:19)

18. In our old lives, what fruit was produced?  (6:21)

19. In our new lives, what no longer has power over us?  (6:14)

20. Read II Corinthians 5:17.  If we belong to Jesus, what are we?

21. What does Paul say is “crucified” with Christ in 6:6?

Maxim of the Moment

Rare is the one you can long hold dear.