Don’t let sin reign in your body but use it to live righteously under the rule of grace.
We are united to Christ in his death and resurrection so that sin no longer enslaves us.
Christians do not live in sin because they have died to it in Christ Jesus.
Where sin increased, grace abounded all the more.
Christ represents his people in a better covenant, overcoming Adam’s transgression and securing them eternally in his grace.
Adam is the representative head for all humanity, his transgression is counted as our transgression, and he acts as a type of Jesus Christ the last Adam, who has come to save his people.
The blessings of forgiveness include having sin dealt with, finding God as our refuge, enjoying intimacy with him, and experiencing fullness of joy
Evangelistic praying is rooted in four foundational truths: God’s sovereignty, our responsibility, the power of God’s Word, and the empowering work of the Holy Spirit.