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Romans 6-7

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Read the scripture in context to the previous verses ...all we who had baptism into Christ Jesus, had baptism into his death. We have been placed with him among the dead through baptism into death: walking in newness of life...no longer servants to sin.
 
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simpleman said:
For he that is dead is freed from sin. What does this verse mean? Thanks
Death means seperation. Physical death is seperation from the body. Spiritual death is seperation from God. To be dead to sin is to be seperated from our sin. This is through the blood of Jesus, and through baptism we identify with Him in His death, and through His death we are seperated from our sin as far as the east is from the west.
 
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To have the holy spirit in yourself, through the sacifice of Jesus, accepting his blood as his contract for us, and keeping one unplugged within and allowing the holy spirit to flow through and always, we therefore live without sin, for Christ, waiting to discharge this body to live in the Body of Christ.
 
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180 degree said:
Death means seperation. Physical death is seperation from the body. Spiritual death is seperation from God. To be dead to sin is to be seperated from our sin. This is through the blood of Jesus, and through baptism we identify with Him in His death, and through His death we are seperated from our sin as far as the east is from the west.
Hi, 180 degree!

Very good answer!


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Dr. Bon Vie/"Sylvia"
 
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Umm

I think that this means that we are seperate from sin. We are dead from sin and alive in Christ.
 
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