Bible Study: Romans 7:13-25
The Book of Romans
6 May 2018
The law is good, but what does is make Paul realize is bad?
What does this drive us to do? What do we seek from God?
What tense is used in v. 14 and following? Why is this significant?
How does Paul make this point when he mentions his flesh?
In v. 15 Paul explains what it’s like to be forgiven Christian, still living in the flesh, how would you say the same thing?
Even though his flesh desires to sin, how can Paul tell that he is a Christian?
If you desire to sin, feel no sorrow over your sins, and don’t want to stop, are you a forgiven Christian?
How does Paul make this same point? Who does he say, does the evil things?
Is this just an excuse?
How does Paul describe the relationship between his sinful flesh and the law of God?
When does this war come to an end?
Who has already won and gives us the victory?