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Romans: Laying a Solid Foundation

Romans: Laying a Solid Foundation

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Romans 7:13-25 Basic Study Questions


Romans 7:13-25 Basic Study Questions
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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.

  1. What does Paul refer to by the phrase “that which is good” (Romans 7:13)?

  2. Can the law become the cause of spiritual or eternal death (Romans 7:13)?

  3. What is the cause for death then (Romans 7:13)?

  4. How does Paul describe the Law in Romans 7:14?

  5. How does Paul here describe himself (Romans 7:14)?

  6. Rewrite Romans 7:15 in your own words? Do you sense this tension too?

  7. Can sinful activity come from our spiritual nature (Romans 7:17-18)?

  8. What does he want to do in Romans 7:19? Does he do it?

  9. What does he not desire to do (Romans 7:19)? Does he do it?

  10. What conclusion does he make about his wrong deeds (Romans 7:20)?

  11. Please fill in this quote from Romans 7:21:
    “So I find this law at work: When I want to do good,
    evil __________________________________________.”

  12. “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)?

  13. Paul equates his inner nature with the law of his mind. What is this law of his mind waging war against (Romans 7:23)?

  14. How does Paul the apostle describe himself in Romans 7:24?

  15. What is the desperate question he raises in Romans 7:24?

  16. His answer is split into three parts (Romans 7:25).

  17. Who can set him free?

  18. What part of him serves the law of God?

  19. What part of him serves the law of sin? 

  20. List at least three changes you desire to take place in your life because of these verses.




    Bonus questions on Romans 7:13-25

  • How does the Lord Jesus Christ set Paul free from the body of death?

  • If we cannot expect anything good from the fleshly nature, are there any “good” non-Christians?

Romans 7:13-25 Basic Study Questions

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