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The Study of Romans

Romans 8
DEATH Replaced with LIFE

  1. If you were on death row and the governor pardoned you and proclaimed you not guilty, how would that affect the rest of your life?

  2. Having been freed from wrath, freed from the enslavement of sin and having died to the Law, what significance does Romans 8:1-4 have to you?

  3. To whom are the blessings of no condemnation available? What sets one free?

  4. From verses 5-17 contrast living in the flesh with living in the Spirit.
    Living in the Flesh
    Living in the Spirit

  5. What is our present relationship with God as discussed in verses 14-17?

  6. Sin causes death and decay. How does the hope of glory sustain us in the midst of our physical, earthly sufferings and frustrations?

  7. Romans 8 is a study of the Holy Spirit. When does one receive the Holy Spirit?
    Acts 2:38 Acts 5:32

    What benefits does the Christian now receive from the indwelling of the Holy Spirit?

    Romans 8:11

    Romans 8:13

    Romans 8:26 & 27

    Romans 5:5

    II Corinthians 1:22

    Ephesians 1:13 & 14

    Ephesians 3:16

    Ephesians 4:30

    II Thessalonians 2:13

  8. What qualifications are given in verse 28 for all things working together for good? Does this mean only good things happen to Christians? Discuss.

  9. In His foreknowledge, what did God predestine for mankind? List additional blessings chosen for us before the foundation of the world. See Ephesians 1:4-13.

  10. Verses 31-39 lists the assurances of salvation that a Christian has as encouragement to live holy:

    Verses 31 & 32     "no one can ______________________ us."

    Verse 33     "no one can ______________________ us."

    Verse 35 & 36     "no one can ______________________ us."

    Verse 37     "no one can ______________________ us."

  11. Romans 8:38 & 39 For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.

    What can separate us from God? Site scriptures.

  12. How can we be more than conquerors? How does knowing you are more than a conqueror affect your life?

Women IN God's Service

The Study of Romans - "DEATH Replaced with LIFE" (lesson 6)
Ladies Bible Class Lesson, 8 February 2000
West-Ark Church of Christ, Fort Smith, Arkansas
Copyright © 2000, West-Ark Church of Christ
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