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Commentaries for Romans Chapter 7

Believers are united to Christ, that they may bring forth fruit unto God.

So long as a man continues under the law as a covenant, and seeks justification by his own obedience, he continues the slave of sin in some form...
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The use and excellence of the law.

There is no way of coming to that knowledge of sin, which is necessary to repentance, and therefore to peace and pardon, but by trying our hearts and lives by the law...
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The spiritual conflicts between corruption and grace in a believer.

Compared with the holy rule of conduct in the law of God, the apostle found himself so very far short of perfection, that he seemed to be carnal; like a man who is sold against his will to a hated master, from whom he cannot set himself at liberty...
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The spiritual conflicts between corruption and grace in a believer.

The more pure and holy the heart is, it will have the more quick feeling as to the sin that remains in it...
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The spiritual conflicts between corruption and grace in a believer.

This passage does not represent the apostle as one that walked after the flesh, but as one that had it greatly at heart, not to walk so...
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