SERIES: Renewal Through Romans: The Gospel Defined, Explained, and Applied
SETTING: North Kelso Baptist Church
SERVICE: Sunday AM (August 14th, 2016)
SUBTITLE: The Triumph of Grace (Part 7)
SCRIPTURE: Romans 6:1-23
SUBJECT: The genuine believer has died to the power of sin through the death of Jesus Christ and must consider himself being dead in order to prevent sin from domineering the believer enabling the believer to live in holiness to the glory of God
SCOPE: To enable believers to present themselves to God as instruments of righteousness by recognizing themselves to be dead to sin
SPECULATION: What breaks the genuine believer free from the domination of sin which results in holy living?
SHIFT: The passage before us identifies two (2) reasons why the believer is free from the dominance of sin enabling the believer is enabled to live a life of holiness to God.
SKETCH: 1A The Believer is dead to Sin (1-14)
1B Paul Anticipates an Antagonist
2B Paul Answers an Antagonist
3B Paul Admonishes an Antagonist
2A The Believer is delivered from Slavery (15-23)
1B The Confusion suggested by Paul (15a)
2B The Correction slated by Paul (15-18)