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Romans 7:13-25 Bible Study: Power of Our Two Natures shows the war between the two natures of the Christian: the flesh and the Spirit.
What does Paul refer to by the phrase “that which is good” (Romans 7:13)?
Can the law become the cause of spiritual or eternal death (Romans 7:13)?
What is the cause for death then (Romans 7:13)?
How does Paul describe the Law in Romans 7:14?
How does Paul here describe himself (Romans 7:14)?
Rewrite Romans 7:15 in your own words? Do you sense this tension too?
Can sinful activity come from our spiritual nature (Romans 7:17-18)?
What does he want to do in Romans 7:19? Does he do it?
What does he not desire to do (Romans 7:19)? Does he do it?
What conclusion does he make about his wrong deeds (Romans 7:20)?
Please fill in this quote from Romans 7:21:
“So I find this law at work: When I want to do good,
“The inner man” or “inner being” is first used here in Romans. Does it refer to his spiritual or his fleshly nature (Romans 7:22)?
Paul equates his inner nature with the law of his mind. What is this law of his mind waging war against (Romans 7:23)?
How does Paul the apostle describe himself in Romans 7:24?
What is the desperate question he raises in Romans 7:24?
His answer is split into three parts (Romans 7:25).
Who can set him free?
What part of him serves the law of God?
What part of him serves the law of sin?
Bonus questions on Romans 7:13-25
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