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A man does not become free from the law of his creditor when he becomes sensible of his in solvency. 1. So far from the law being sinful, I had not known sin, says the Apostle, but by the law. 8 ThereisthereforenownocondemnationforthosewhoareinChristJesus.12 ForthelawofhtheSpiritoflifeiha… It is not necessary to be able to point out metaphysically the way in which the truth that all sin is voluntary, harmonizes with Paul’s declaration, the good that I would I do not . He had proved that men cannot be justified by their works in their natural state. It does not imply that he was not regenerated, but shows what he was even in his renewed state, so far as concerned anything that was natural to him. Here is a Bible study with commentary and a summary over Romans chapter 13. Some apply the term law in this place to the Roman law, with which those addressed must have been acquainted; but it is well known that it was usual both for husbands and wives among the Romans to be married to other husbands and wives during the life of their former consorts, without being considered guilty of adultery. The same word rendered lust in the foregoing verse is here rendered concupiscence, which is not so proper a translation, having a more limited meaning generally attached to it. ‘I keep under my body, and bring it into subjection, lest that by any means, when I have preached to others, I myself should be a castaway,’ 1 Corinthians 9:27. Compare what Paul says in Galatians 5:16-18. God’s good news is for people from every nation. He was ignorant of its spirituality, and consequently had no true discernment of his innate corruption. The law, however, which was ordained to life, will at last be proved to have attained this object in all in whom it has been fulfilled, Romans 8:4, by Him who is the end of the law for righteousness to every one that believeth. Did he admonish all his brethren, without exception, to mortify their members which were upon the earth, and had he no sins to mortify? And the commandment, which was ordained to life. C. The purpose and character of the law. This passage, then, is peculiarly fitted to comfort those who are oppressed with a sense of indwelling sin in the midst of their spiritual conflicts, unknown to all except themselves and the Searcher of hearts. How can the greatest of the apostles characterize himself, and by extension, all Christians, as “unspiritual,” a “slave to sin” and a “prisoner of the law of sin”? Yet the Law was directed toward weak human nature. It was therefore sin that dwelt in him — the old man, his carnal nature, which not only existed and wrought in him, but had its abode in him, as it has in all those who are regenerated, and will have so long as they are in the body. It refers to the evil principle which counteracts him when he would do that which is right. Paul, referring to his state before his conversion, says that, touching the righteousness of the law he was blameless, Philippians 3:6; and it was only when he understood the law in its full extent, that he became self-condemned. It is true that we must die to sin (Romans 6:2) and we must die to the law (Romans 7:4). All men have been sold under sin by the fall, and as long as any of the evil of their nature, introduced by the fall, remains in them, so long do they remain sold under sin, to whatever extent and in what ever respect it exists. They are the same of whom he had affirmed in the preceding chapter, verse 14, that they were not under the law, which is the proposition he here illustrates. "This is how I find the Law—or life under the rule of the Law—works out in actual practice: when I make up my mind to do good, evil is the only choice I have." Brethren. A covenant implies promises made on certain conditions, with threatenings added, if such conditions be not fulfilled. Believers are united to Christ, that they may bring forth fruit unto God. I serve. — This parenthesis appears to imply that, as they were acquainted with the nature of law, they must in the sequel be convinced of the truth of the explanations he was about to bring under their notice; and in this manner he bespeaks their particular attention. Yet it is holy, just, and good, Romans 7:12. Had we been presented with a spectacle of the internal feelings of one less eminently holy, the effect would have been greatly weakened. Far from delighting in the law of God, which the first commandment enjoins, — ’Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart,’ — ’the carnal mind is enmity against God; for it is not subject to the law of God, neither indeed can be.’ Such is the state of every unconverted man. Mr. Stuart, after the Arminian Whitby, and the Arian Taylor, has referred to a number of passages, in order to lower the import of this term. He felt a law or power within him against which he struggled, from which he desired to be free, but which still asserted its tyrannical authority. In Romans 7:7-13, Paul has shown that God’s Law is “holy, righteous, and good” (7:12). — Was Paul ever without the law? For what I would, that do I not; but what I hate, that do I. ... Bible Study Tools Online Lessons ... is here used in the plural form to denote the whole body. It is that disposition by which we are inclined to evil, — the habit and inclination to sin, and not merely the acts which proceed from it. Dr. Macknight renders it, ‘Indeed, to incline lies nears me; but to work out what is excellent, I do not findNEAR ME,’ — giving no distinct sense, from an affectation of rendering literally, Calvin says ‘He (Paul) does not mean that he has nothing but an ineffectual volition and desire, but he asserts the efficacy of the work does not correspond to the will, because the flesh hinders him from exactly performing what he is engaged in executing.’. Things may be consistent which the human mind cannot penetrate. As soon, then, as it came home to his conscience, Paul found himself condemned by that law from which he had expected life, for, though it could not justify a sinner, it was powerful to condemn him. — This is the consequence which Paul draws, and the sum of all that he had said from the 14th verse. Workbook on Romans Page #4 Bible Study Questions on the Book of Romans Introduction: This workbook was designed for Bible class study, family study, or personal study. All his instructions to ‘them that are sanctified in Christ Jesus’ proceed on the same principle. Serving in the spirit is a service of filial obedience to Him who gave Himself for us, as constrained by His love, and in the enjoyment of all the privileges of the grace of the new covenant. On this account, the word flesh here signifies man in his ruined condition, or that state of total corruption in which all the children of Adam are born. Paul strongly denies that the Law itself was sinful. Now you belong to him. Gifford says: "There is a deep tragic pathos in the brief and simple statement; it seems to point to some definite period full of painful recollections." Ver. There may be some believers, who, not having examined it with sufficient care, or being misled by false interpretations, mistake its natural and obvious meaning, and fear to apply the words which it contains to Paul as an Apostle. How, then, shall an unconverted man look to Him for deliverance? Hence the Apostle Peter, in addressing believers, speaks of them as ‘partakers of the Divine nature.’ The motions of sins, or affections or feelings of sins. Is not this the experience of every Christian? The commandment was meant to bring life but I found it brought death,. — Employing, as he does, through the whole of this passage, the present tense, Paul does not say, I have served, as referring to his state of unregenerate, but ‘I serve,’ as respecting his present state as a believer in Christ, composed of flesh and spirit, which, as they are different principles, regard two different laws. God declares that there was no man like Job on the earth, a perfect and an upright man, one that feared God and eschewed evil; and by God Himself Job is classed with two others of His most eminent saints, Ezekiel 14:14. Mr. Stuart paraphrases thus: ‘No longer placing our reliance on it as a means of subduing and sanctifying our sinful natures.’ But ceasing to rely on the law for such a purpose was not, in any sense, to be delivered from the law. ‘It is impossible,’ says Luther, ‘for a man to be a Christian without having Christ; and if he has Christ, he has at the same time all that is in Christ. The Roman Catholics hold that such desires are not criminal, if the mind do not acquiesce in them. But this is not the effect here of the word rendered ‘Nay.’ There could be no exception to the denial of the consequence in the sense in which the thing is denied. Did Paul call upon other saints to put off the old man, and was there not in him an old man? He knows that this corruption was even increased in violence by the discovery of the strictness of the law, which makes not the smallest allowance for sin, but condemns it in its root, and in its every motion. This will change BIBLE STUDY (I want to get to know this Person better! — That is, when he understood the true import of the commandment as forbidding the desire of anything prohibited by the law. How important, then, is the injunction, ‘Likewise reckon ye also yourselves to be dead indeed unto sin,’ — and this applies equally to the law, — ’but alive unto God through Jesus Christ our Lord,’ Romans 6:11. Dr. Macknight and Mr. Stuart translate this our ‘sinful passions.’ But this has the appearance of asserting that the evil passions of our nature have their origin in the law. In fact, it was the law that showed me my sin. I myself was once alive. It was therefore to the moral law only that they had been married. Mr. Stuart understands the term ‘dead to the law’ as importing to renounce it ‘as an adequate means of sanctification.’ But renouncing it in this sense is no freedom from the law. Having there a different object in view, he refers to his success in the struggle; while, in the chapter before us, his design is to exhibit the power of the enemy with whom he has to contend. That the Law itself is sinful? — It is not only just, it is also good. What is the main point being made by Paul in using marriage as an illustration? Christ hath fulfilled the law, and suffered its penalty for them, and they in consequence are free from its demands for the purpose of obtaining life, or that, on account of the breach of it, they should suffer death. RomansChapter 7. This, as Gill well remarks, is a conclusive argument and proof that he speaks of himself, in this whole discourse concerning indwelling sin, as a regenerated person. — This respects what the Apostle was in himself. For I speak to them that know law. 15. Sin may be contrary to reason and conscience, but it is agreeable to desire. 16. Ver. Thus the Apostle fully explains here what he had briefly announced in the 14th verse of the preceding chapter, ‘Ye are not under the law, but under grace.’ From the covenant of Adam or of works, believers have been transferred to the covenant of Christ or of grace. He hath made it the inviolable law of His kingdom. On this verse Calvin also has remarked, — ’This passage clearly proves Paul is disputing concerning none but the pious, who are now regenerated. ‘Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful; but his delight is in the law of the Lord, ’ Psalm 1:1. Question: "Is Romans 7:14-25 describing a believer or an unbeliever?" He proceeds a certain length in his obedience, but beyond that he cannot go. The Law requires actions which are spiritual, as our mind and conscience tells us. The fear of the Lord is clean, enduring for ever: the judgments of the Lord are true and righteous altogether. — And the commandment, which was ordained to life, I found to be unto death. IN the preceding chapter the Apostle had answered the chief objection against the doctrine of justification by faith without works. SAME SUBJECT CONTINUED. The law is spiritual. 7. Compare Romans 2:14. 5 however, when someone, without working, puts faith in the one who justifies the godless, it is this faith that is reckoned as uprightness.. 6 David, too, says the same: he calls someone blessed if God attributes uprightness to that person, apart from any action undertaken: It is true that we must die to sin (Romans 6:2) and we must die to the law (Romans 7:4). He was without the true knowledge of it and its spiritual application to his heart; but, in his own esteem, he was alive. It is characteristic of the Redeemer Himself: ‘Thou hast loved righteousness an hated iniquity,’ Hebrews 1:9. Looking to the external form of the law, the Apostle declares ( Philippians 3:6) that he was, in his unconverted state, blameless; and in respect to his conduct afterwards as before men, he could appeal to them ( 1 Thessalonians 2:10) how holily, and justly, and unblameably he had behaved himself among them. Mr. Stuart asks, ‘But when did the commandment come?’ and answers, ‘We may suppose it to be in childhood, or in riper years.’ It cannot have been in childhood, or in riper years, at any time previous to his seeing Christ. How far this captivity extends cannot be known from the figure. How often we resolve to do better, and then give in to temptation when it comes. Through our Lord Jesus Christ! — This is decisive of the character in which the Apostle speaks. He had not found the law to be a ‘killing letter,’ working wrath; so far from it, he could make his boast of the law, and assume it as the ground of his rejoicing before God. So then. But that should not be taken to mean that Paul believes that sin and law are in the same basket. When, in the hour and power of darkness, the prince of this world came to assault the Redeemer, he found nothing in Him — nothing on which his temptations could fix or make an impression; but how different was it when he assailed the Apostle Peter! At the same time he represents himself as delighting in the law of God, as hating sin, and looking forward with confidence to future deliverance from its power. Was it not necessary for him, like David, to pray that his heart might be enlarged, that he might run the way of God’s commandments? — For that which I do I allow not: for what I would, that do I not, but what I hate, that do I. — Know ye not, Brethren (for I speak to them that know law), how that the law hath dominion over a man as long as he liveth? Of course not!Paul strongly denies that the Law itself was sinful. It is good in itself, and its whole tendency is adapted to maintain perfect order, and to establish in the highest degree the happiness of all who are under its authority. — The words in the original, as far as respects the phraseology, are capable of being rendered, either as long as he liveth, or as long as it liveth. I thank God. God forbid. — This, again, is another form of expression designed to aggravate the evil character of sin. But this would make the Apostle speak entirely away from the purpose. Paul explains this in chapter 8. I was alive. Relation of Believers to the Law and to Christ ( Romans 7:1-6). To be saved from sin, a man must at the same time own it [confess to it] and disown it [repudiate it]. Nevertheless, sin corrupts the work or effect of the law, so we must die to both. That the Law itself is sinful? 7. In Romans 7, Paul tackles the relationship between the law—the commandments given by God—and human sinfulness. If you find it hard to get to a church or a regular bible study night, we're trying to make it easier for you to have access a group study. Romans 7:1-6 Released from the Law by Death The Apostle Paul uses the comparison of being married until death parts them and they are legally free to remarry to that of being freed from the law and the penalty of it because “the law is binding on a person only as long as he lives” (Rom 7:1b). — Literally, the commandment which was unto life. ‘That which is born of the flesh is flesh, and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit,’ John 3:6. A Christian does not find life by trying to reform his human nature, nor by purifying his human nature from its sinfulness; but he gets above it and lives in a new existence in Christ. There was spirit in him, but there was also flesh, and in his flesh he tells us dwelt no good thing: it was still sin or corrupt nature, and nothing but sin. ). If, on the other hand, on account of anything done either by him or in him, of any zeal, excellency, or attainment, Paul, or any man, should fancy himself in a state of sinless perfection, the Holy Ghost, by the mouth of the Apostle John, charges him with self-deception. 3. It is the desires that are the parents of the works. An unregenerate man may wish to be delivered from danger and punishment; but instead of wishing to be delivered from the law of his nature, he delights in that law. But if he dies. I thank God through Jesus Christ. Wherefore. It is quite obvious that the reason why Paul says that it was not he but sin in him, is because, as he had just stated, that which he did he allowed not, for he did that which he would not. In the same way, it was only by grace that the Apostle Paul was what he was, 1 Corinthians 15:10; and by that grace he was enabled to maintain the struggle against his old corrupt nature, until he could exclaim, in the triumphant language of victory, ‘I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith.’ ‘My grace,’ said Jesus to him, ‘is sufficient for thee; for My strength is made perfect in weakness.’, The whole concluding part of this chapter is most violently perverted by Dr. Macknight, and Mr. Stuart, and Mr. Tholuck. Chapter Contents. — Dr. Macknight and Mr. Stuart suppose that this expression decidedly proves that this account of carnality belongs not to the regenerate, but only to the unregenerate. In these words our Lord points out the necessity of regeneration, in order to our becoming subjects of His spiritual kingdom. EasyEnglish is a system of simple English designed by Wycliffe Associates (UK). Inductive Bible study on Romans 7:13-25. For the woman who has a husband is bound by the law to her husband as long as he lives. f38 The warfare between the flesh and the spirit, described in this chapter, has greatly exercised the ingenuity of men not practically acquainted with its truth. [See notes on law at the end of chapter 3. Make haste to help me, O Lord my salvation.’ ‘Iniquities,’ he says, ‘prevail against me,’ while he rejoices in the forgiveness of his sins. Recurring to the statement of Romans 6:14, that believers are "not under the law but under grace," the apostle here shows how this change is … Although the body is only mentioned in this place, as it is said on His coming into the world, ‘A body hast Thou prepared Me,’ yet His whole human nature, composed of soul and body, is intended. https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/ice/romans-7.html. — Was then that which is good made death unto me? The law requires us to love God with all our heart, and with all our soul, and with all our mind, and with all our strength; and our neighbor as ourselves. There is then no ground whatever for denying that he here related his own personal experience, according to the plain literal, and obvious import of the expressions he employs. But they have labored in vain. But I am mortal man. Nay. — That is, in my own opinion. Now, though no man is without sin, yet a proud Pharisee might think himself free from sin by his keeping the law, when he did not look to it as extending to the thoughts of the heart. Before we died with Christ. Paul was alive without the law when he thought proudly of his good life; but when the commandment came with the power of the Spirit, then it slew him, and destroyed all his legal hopes. Finding the new version too difficult to understand? Sin, however, does not reign over him; otherwise, as it is directly opposed to every degree of obedience to the law, it would not suffer him to do anything, even the least, in conformity to the will of God. 25. Romans 7:1-12 Bible Study: Freed from Sin and Enslaved to God shows how the believer is free from the Law (OT covenant) and by the flesh is unable to carry out God's commands. Thus the man that delights in the law of the Lord is blessed; and who will affirm that an unconverted man is blessed? 2. All that Paul says in this chapter concerning himself and his inward corruption, entirely corresponds with what we are taught both in the Old Testament and the New respecting the people of God. He delighted in the holy law of God in all its extent and spirituality, while at the same time he felt the influence of the other hateful principle — that tendency to evil which characterizes the old man, — which waged perpetual war against the work of grace in his soul, impelling him to the commission of sin, and constantly striving to bring him under its power. (8-10) To temperance and sobriety. f36 But though believers, in virtue of their marriage with Christ, are no longer under the law in respect to its power to award life or death, they are, as the Apostle says, 1 Corinthians 9:21, ‘not without law to God, but under law to Christ.’ They receive it from His hand as the rule of their duty, and are taught by His grace to love and delight in it; and, being delivered from its curse, they are engaged, by the strongest additional motives, to yield to it obedience. : ) Followers. 2 For the woman which hath an husband is bound by the law to her husband so long as he liveth; but if the husband be dead, she is loosed from the law of her husband. Known sin but by the law. But he found an opposite bent in his corrupt nature, which he calls a law in his members. It causes death and everlasting ruin to the world; and had it not been for the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ, it must have had the same consequences with respect to all. 450701> ROMANS 7:1-25 IN the preceding chapter the Apostle had answered the chief objection against the doctrine of justification by faith without works. My wounds stink and are corrupt, because of my foolishness;’ ‘My loins are filled with a loathsome disease, and there is no soundness in my flesh;’ ‘My groaning is nothing from Thee;’ ‘I will declare mine iniquity.’ Yet in the same Psalm David says, ‘In Thee, O Lord, do I hope.’ ‘They also that render evil for good are mine adversaries, because I follow the thing that is good. Released from the Law. I know. — This does not imply that he did not attempt, or in some sense perform, what he purposed, but that in all he came short. LIMITATIONS OF THE LAW (7-25) A. Throughout the Bible, a woman or bride often symbolizes the church while the bridegroom is Jesus. As believers are one body with Christ, so when His body died, they also died, Romans 6:3,4. Accept the law had said, Thou shalt not covet. ‘No man,’ says Jesus, ‘can come to Me, except the Father, which hath sent Me, draw him,’ John 6:44. A Bible Study in EasyEnglish (2800 word vocabulary) on the Book of Romans. For if he had had such a view of the law previously, he would not, in his own opinion, have been blameless concerning its righteousness. Without the law once. Perceiving, then, that it requires truth in the inward parts, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, not only prohibiting the smallest outward deviation from holiness, but detecting every hidden ambush of the deceitful heart, Paul the Apostle, a man of like passions with ourselves, exclaims, I am carnal, sold under sin. What advantage then has the Jew, or 7. — For the woman which hath an husband is bound by law to her husband so long as he liveth; but if the husband be dead, she is loosed from the law of her husband. — But now we are delivered from the law, that being dead wherein were held; that we should serve in newness of sprit, and not in the holiness of the letter. Luther described the Christian as: SIMUL JUSTUS ET PECATOR (at the same time righteous and sinful). The unregenerate man hates that law as far as he sees the extent of its demands to transcend his power of fulfillment. He was not, however, under its dominion. "Since marriage is terminated by the death of either spouse, you Jews, who were married to God as your king, and obligated to obey the Law of Moses, are legally free from that marriage and Law." We are to receive God’s testimony from the Apostle, and believe it on God’s authority; and every Christian knows, by painful experience, the truth of all that the Apostle asserts. 5:21; Romans 7:18 Or my flesh; Romans 7:25 Or in the flesh With the philosophy of the question we have nothing to do. Here he asserts that the commandment discovered to him the sinful nature of evil desires. — Some suppose that this expresses thanks for the victory as already obtained. Ver. This commandment might well be put for the whole law; for it could not be obeyed without the whole law being kept. The restraint of law made him aware of his own sinful nature. He affirms, nevertheless, that the law is holy, and just, and good; and, lastly, he now further asserts that it is spiritual. The body of this death. That which I do, I allow not. But in the new way of the Spirit. ‘When Thou shalt make His soul an offering for sin,’ Isaiah 53:10. He here appeals to the personal knowledge of those to whom he wrote. — This does not import merely that the Jews were, according to Dr. Macknight, delivered from the law of Moses, but that believers are delivered from the moral law, in that sense in which they were bound by it when in unbelief. 10 and I died. Includes cross references, questions, teaching points, outline, and applications on Romans chapter 15. In Mr. Toplady’s works it is stated that some of Dr. Doddridge’s last words were, ‘The best prayer I ever offered up in my life deserves damnation.’ In this sentiment Dr. Doddridge did not in the smallest degree exceed the truth. ‘Blessed is the man that feareth the Lord, that delighteth greatly in His commandments,’ <19B201> Psalm 112:1. But that should not be taken to mean that Paul believes that sin and law are in the same basket. In the preceding verse Paul had shown that the law does not cause sin, but discovers it, stripping it of its disguise, and bringing it to light. 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