Read Romans 7:12 .
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Who is the Man of Romans 7? Our lesson this week begins with a question and a warning. You know the question. What is the warning?
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Our first hymn comes from the Sabbath afternoon study: Hymn 412, “Cover With His Life” – “Jesus’ righteousness covers us” Monday continues with discussing the Ten Commandments: Hymn 590, “Trust and Obey” and Hymn 447, “Long Upon the Mountains” .
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If Paul is talking about the whole law system at Sinai, what about Romans 7:7 , in which he specifically mentions one of the Ten Commandments? Doesn’t that refute the position taken yesterday that Paul was not talking about the abolition of the Ten Commandments? Image © Review and Herald Publishing Assn. Goodsalt.com The answer is “No.” We must keep in mind, again, that the word law for Paul is the whole system introduced at Sinai, which included the moral law but wasn’t limited to it
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Image © Pacific Press from GoodSalt.com Read for This Week’s Study: Romans 7 . Memory Text: “Now we are delivered from the law, that being dead wherein we were held; that we should serve in newness of spirit, and not in the oldness of the letter” ( Romans 7:6 ) . Few chapters in the Bible have created more controversy than has Romans 7 . Concerning the issues involved, The SDA Bible Commentary says: “The meaning of [ Romans 7:14-25 ] has been one of the most discussed problems in the whole epistle. The main questions have been as to whether the description of such intense moral struggle could be autobiographical, and, if so, whether the passage refers to Paul’s experience before or after his conversion
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