(2)By new motives. H. Spurgeon.In the heroic days when Xerxes led his army in Greece, there was a remarkable contrast between the way in which the Persian soldiers and the Grecian warriors were urged to combat. For when we were in the flesh, the motions of sins, which were by the law, did work in our members to bring forth fruit unto death. THAT DELIVERANCE FROM THE LAW IS A POWERFUL MOTIVE, AND A SPECIAL MEANS OF GOSPEL OBEDIENCE, IN ALL THEM THAT BELIEVE. Six sermons for eleven verses is practically flying for Lloyd-Jones. With new means and in new ways.(T. With their spirit, instead of an outward formal service.3. (3)In a new way.(J. The A.V. The Law lay as a burden on men's souls; the gospel is a "reasonable service," clarifying the vision and guiding men as "with the eye" of God. What if your foes be many, yet one lion can tear in pieces a far-reaching flock of sheep. He didn’t believe looking at verb tenses settled the matter. Romans 7:15-25 Spiritual Tug of War. From a new and spiritual nature created in them.4. In this way Paul describes himself (Philippians 3) as having formerly served, when he had confidence in the "flesh," as he there designates such outward service. (2) Justice, dead in a sense by the satisfaction of all its claims, has no hold on its once condemned criminal. Trying to discern the “man” of Romans 7, whether he was regenerate or unregenerate, is a distraction—one that misses the Christian experience a believer should be seeking. (3)In a new way.(J. "As ye have received a new spirit out of Christ's fulness, let it be your daily labour and pursuit not only to observe the outward letter requiring external obedience to God, but in a spiritual manner" (Romans 2:29). Not in the oldness of the letter. For Lloyd-Jones, “The real clue to understanding more of Romans 7 is to notice the Holy Spirit and the indwelling Christ are not mentioned; hence the trouble and the problem.”, Lloyd-Jones began his exposition of Romans 7 convinced Paul didn’t intend to distinguish between the regenerate and unregenerate. represents the law as dead, which expresses an important truth. 2. The unwilling hosts of Persia were driven to the conflict by blows and stripes from their officers; they were either mercenaries or cowards, and they feared close contact with their opponents. The fact that it is new is a guarantee of improvement. He was not serving the law of sin with his mind. "If, therefore, the Son shall make you free," etc. Not in the oldness of the letter. That we might "serve"; worship (Matthew 4:10), obey (Romans 6:16), and promote God's cause (John 12:26). "That we should serve." From a new and spiritual nature created in them.4. They were driven to their duty as beasts are, with rods and goads. As a venomous reptile is sometimes killed by leaving its sting in the victim it has stung to death, so the law, in executing its vengeance on Jesus our substitute, died. Not in the oldness of the letter. H. Spurgeon.In the heroic days when Xerxes led his army in Greece, there was a remarkable contrast between the way in which the Persian soldiers and the Grecian warriors were urged to combat. (1) The dead master has no hold on his slave. (2) Justice has no hold on a dead criminal. … W. 4 things Paul wants us to know: A. (1) The dead master has no hold on his slave. T.F. Such were the many arguments which drew the Lacedaemonians and Athenians to the fight — not the whips so fit for beasts, nor the cords so suitable for cattle. (2)Immunity from punishment. We may not actually take a man's life, but we may murder his interests and reputation. The resurrection-life is an awakening out of sleep, with the vigour of a glad new morning. "That we should serve." In this way Paul describes himself (Philippians 3) as having formerly served, when he had confidence in the "flesh," as he there designates such outward service. Such service is essentially defective, proceeding from a carnal, unrenewed heart, destitute of holiness. Say ye, is it not better to die as free men than to live as slaves? (1)By the help of the Spirit who makes all things new. (2)As justice does condemned criminals in the stone walls of a prison. Romans 7:7-25 The A.V. ITS EFFECTS. Not that the law gives any just occasion to sin (vers. We enter into a fresh service. (1) Some tell us that we are to understand a man's being under the government of a carnal law, viz., the old dispensation. They well know that God is a spirit, and they that worship Him must do it in spirit and in truth; that their worship must not only be real, in opposition to hypocrisy, but spiritual, in opposition to all that is carnal and corrupt. )Believers serve in newness of spirit as they serveT. The R.V. Paul is using a rhetorical device called the “dramatic present,” Lloyd-Jones asserted, noting that preachers—including himself—often use that literary device. (2) From the moral law, as a covenant of works or means of justification, but not as a schoolmaster to bring us to Christ, or a rule of life when we are brought to Him. 5:21; Romans 7:18 Or my flesh; Romans 7:25 Or in the flesh This illustration may set forth the difference between the world's service of bondage, and the Christian's religion of love: the worldling is flogged to his duty under fear, and terror, and dread, but the Christian man is touched by motives which appeal to his highest nature; he is affected by motives so dignified as to be worthy of the sons of God; he is not driven as a beast, he is moved as a man.(C. Much outward conformity to the law may in this way be attained from the pride of self-righteousness, without any principle better than that of a selfish, slavish, mercenary, carnal disposition, influenced only by fear of punishment and hope of reward. 1. 2. Sermons by Bible: Sermons by Category: Sermons by Topic: Sermons by Speaker: Sermons by Language: Sermons by Date: Staff Picks: Comments, ALL -43 sec: Top Sermons: Online Bible: Hymnal: Daily Reading: About | $1 Signup! Consequently, being dead, it has no hold on the believer. Watchman Nee | The Normal Christian Life. MINISTRY OF SERMONAUDIO. (3)Life from the dead.II. )LinksRomans 7:6 NIVRomans 7:6 NLTRomans 7:6 ESVRomans 7:6 NASBRomans 7:6 KJVRomans 7:6 Bible AppsRomans 7:6 ParallelRomans 7:6 Biblia ParalelaRomans 7:6 Chinese BibleRomans 7:6 French BibleRomans 7:6 German BibleRomans 7:6 CommentariesBible Hub, (2)Immunity from punishment. "Live and do" takes the place of "Do and live." These things are unlamented, because they are no more burdensome; for if a man be dead in sin he will have no sensations, and consequently will have no spiritual complaints. Nay, that cannot be; on the contrary, we all acknowledge it, without dispute, as "holy," and every separate commandment which it gives as "holy, and righteous, and good." )LinksRomans 7:6 NIVRomans 7:6 NLTRomans 7:6 ESVRomans 7:6 NASBRomans 7:6 KJVRomans 7:6 Bible AppsRomans 7:6 ParallelRomans 7:6 Biblia ParalelaRomans 7:6 Chinese BibleRomans 7:6 French BibleRomans 7:6 German BibleRomans 7:6 CommentariesBible Hub, (3)Life from the dead.II. They serve Him in the duties of public and social worship, in their secret devotions, in their daily callings; they serve Him always and at all times; in their afflictions, by a cheerful submission; in their enjoyments, by improving them to His glory (1 Corinthians 10:3). Now if these motions of sin work in our members, what can be the reason why they are so little lamented? He believed Romans 5 is the theological heart of the book, with Romans 5:20–21 being the controlling exegetical verses. It is a law of death, as it commands obedience, but gives no strength for obedience; as it curseth for disobedience, yet, through the corruption of our nature, becomes the occasion of sin, and so brings upon the sinner condemnation. Haldane.I. THE OLDNESS OF THE LETTER respects such service as the law, by its light, authority, and terror, can procure from one who is under it, and seeking life by it, without the Spirit of God and His sanctifying grace and influence. (2) Justice has no hold on a dead criminal. Romans 6:1–14. From a new and spiritual nature created in them.4. "If, therefore, the Son shall make you free," etc. Spurgeon. I. Scripture: Romans 7:1–6. Believers have thus, under the influence of the Holy Spirit, become capable of serving God with that new and Divine nature of which they partake, according to the spiritual meaning of the law, as His children, with cordial affection and gratitude. The death of one party or the other. The law forbids sin, and condemns to death for it, but does not deliver it. ITS EFFECTS. The fact that it is new is a guarantee of improvement. Avenge your slaughtered sires, and till the courts of Shushan with confusion and lamentation!" As we have been reading through this great letter from Paul to the Romans, we have seen the gospel of Jesus Christ which is able to set men free. Because Romans 8 describes the Christian experience all should be seeking. The believer sees more of the beauty of holiness and the excellence of the law. )That we should serve in newness of spirit, and not in the oldness of the letter.The old service and the newR. We must worship God in the spirit (Philippians 3:3; John 4:23, 24), inwardly, and by His Spirit; and must regard chiefly the spiritual meaning of His laws (Romans 2:28, 29). Romans 7 proves our sanctification is guaranteed since we’ve been freed from the law and married to Christ. Such service is essentially defective, proceeding from a carnal, unrenewed heart, destitute of holiness. the motions of sin will powerfully work in all the members of the body, and in all the faculties of the soul. As it is, it is no longer I myself who do it, but it is sin living in me. Burn. Romans 7 : Play. )LinksRomans 7:6 NIVRomans 7:6 NLTRomans 7:6 ESVRomans 7:6 NASBRomans 7:6 KJVRomans 7:6 Bible AppsRomans 7:6 ParallelRomans 7:6 Biblia ParalelaRomans 7:6 Chinese BibleRomans 7:6 French BibleRomans 7:6 German BibleRomans 7:6 CommentariesBible Hub, (3)In a new way.(J. NEWNESS OF SPIRIT implies such principles, dispositions, and views, as the Spirit of God implants in hearts which He renews. This in faith, and in a spirit of adoption (Romans 8:15; Galatians 4:5) and a hope of immortality. II. We are discharged from the law as a covenant, but not as a rule of life. As they are in a state of sin, they are under the curse; and as their temper is suited to their state, they must be hateful in His sight (Habakkuk 1:13; Proverbs 15:8; Proverbs 21:27; Ecclesiastes 7:29; Jeremiah 2:21). Say ye, is it not better to die as free men than to live as slaves? With their spirit, instead of an outward formal service.3. The entire section, Lloyd-Jones argued, unpacks our union with Christ through the reign of grace. It is the service not of the hireling but of the son; not of the slave but of the friend; not with the view of being saved by the keeping of the law, but of rendering grateful obedience to their almighty Deliverer.II. On the other side the armies of Greece were small, but each man was a patriot and a hero, and hence when they marched to the conflict it was with quick and joyous step, with a martial song upon their lips, and when they neared the foe they rushed upon his ranks with an enthusiasm and a fury which nothing could withstand. ITS MEANS. (3) Not in Christ (Romans 8:1, 2), and therefore not justified. We are enabled to bear the fruit of the Spirit. There is now no condemnation for followers of Jesus. The A.V. ; Romans 7:7 Exodus 20:17; Deut. (2)Immunity from punishment. Keyword: Filter: Page 1 | First: 2,000 sermons: SORT. Thus, no regenerate man would cry out that nothing good dwells in him when the Spirit of the holy God lives in him. We may not actually take a man's life, but we may murder his interests and reputation. It is their delight so to do, and they are grieved when they are taken off from His service. )LinksRomans 7:6 NIVRomans 7:6 NLTRomans 7:6 ESVRomans 7:6 NASBRomans 7:6 KJVRomans 7:6 Bible AppsRomans 7:6 ParallelRomans 7:6 Biblia ParalelaRomans 7:6 Chinese BibleRomans 7:6 French BibleRomans 7:6 German BibleRomans 7:6 CommentariesBible Hub, (2)As justice does condemned criminals in the stone walls of a prison. (2) Justice, dead in a sense by the satisfaction of all its claims, has no hold on its once condemned criminal. Its condemning power. Robinson, D. D.)The true spirit of serviceC. There is a way of literal conformity to all the precepts of the law which is consistent with breaking every one of them. Sermon. "If, therefore, the Son shall make you free," etc. Serving, then, in the oldness of the letter, is serving in a cold, constrained, and wholly external manner. The death of one party or the other.1. It is the struggle between knowing what is right and doing what is … (3)As death does its victims in the security of the grave.2. For example, Romans 5:12–21 emphasizes the reign of grace in a believer’s life and can’t describe someone who cries out, “I am of flesh, sold into bondage to sin, nothing good dwells in me,” for chapter 6 shows the impossibility of continuing in sin when a believer has died to it. Our obedience unto God is never more pleasing to Him than when it flows from this noble principle. With new means and in new ways.(T. Liberty is not licence. Consequently, being dead, it has no hold on the believer. Not in the oldness of the letter. Say ye, is it not better to die as free men than to live as slaves? (1) The master has no hold on a dead slave. "Spartans," would their leaders say, "your fathers disdained to number the Persians with the dogs of their flock, and will you be their slaves? But —(3) Christ's death was followed, and inevitably, by resurrection, and therefore by union with Him the believer is dead to death.III. Romans 7:18: Nature and Grace in the Same Individual: T. Chalmers, D. D. Romans 7:18: Willing Inability: Wickham Tozer. They serve God. It is a powerful motive. "Spartans," would their leaders say, "your fathers disdained to number the Persians with the dogs of their flock, and will you be their slaves? (2) Justice has no hold on a dead criminal. 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. We are discharged from the law as a covenant, but not as a rule of life. According to the spirit of the law which is love.2. That meant that he delighted in love, in goodness, in mercy – that was his attitude of mind. Not in the oldness of the letter. represents the believer as dead — another important truth. (1) The master has no hold on a dead slave. 2. Consequently, being dead, it has no hold on the believer. Robinson, D. D.1. (2) Justice has no hold on a dead criminal. H. Believers have thus, under the influence of the Holy Spirit, become capable of serving God with that new and Divine nature of which they partake, according to the spiritual meaning of the law, as His children, with cordial affection and gratitude. Of the 27 sermons he preached on Romans 7:1–8:4, only six dealt with the controversial passage—Romans 7:14–25. Present or Past Tense - In Romans 7:14-25 Paul speaks in the present tense, having previously spoken in the past. They were driven to their duty as beasts are, with rods and goads. (2) Justice has no hold on a dead criminal. As a venomous reptile is sometimes killed by leaving its sting in the victim it has stung to death, so the law, in executing its vengeance on Jesus our substitute, died. Ben appeared in the Logic on Fire film. (3)In a new way.(J. (1)By the help of the Spirit who makes all things new. Much outward conformity to the law may in this way be attained from the pride of self-righteousness, without any principle better than that of a selfish, slavish, mercenary, carnal disposition, influenced only by fear of punishment and hope of reward. We may have no idols of wood and stone, and yet worship self, wealth, etc. "If, therefore, the Son shall make you free," etc. Romans 7:18: Inefficacious Convictions: John Foster. The law as a covenant is abrogated for one thing, and all its demands are exhausted for another. Why? The ground of our deliverance, "that being dead wherein we were held." Such were the many arguments which drew the Lacedaemonians and Athenians to the fight — not the whips so fit for beasts, nor the cords so suitable for cattle. It is the service not of the hireling but of the son; not of the slave but of the friend; not with the view of being saved by the keeping of the law, but of rendering grateful obedience to their almighty Deliverer.II. The new service has the dewy freshness of youth about it. H. Robinson, D. D.1. —(1) From the ceremonial law. Consequently, being dead, it has no hold on the believer. With their spirit, instead of an outward formal service.3. Yet no section has fueled more debate. how often have we condemned their sin, and yet have been guilty of the same folly! H. H. Spurgeon.In the heroic days when Xerxes led his army in Greece, there was a remarkable contrast between the way in which the Persian soldiers and the Grecian warriors were urged to combat. NEWNESS OF SPIRIT implies such principles, dispositions, and views, as the Spirit of God implants in hearts which He renews. Now "from all these things we are delivered; from the reigning power by the law of the spirit of life in Jesus Christ; from its condemning power by the obedience and death of Christ; from its irritating power in some good measure already, and we shall ere long obtain a perfect and everlasting deliverance. Serving in newness of spirit and in oldness of the letter are here contrasted, as not only different, but as incompatible the one with the other.(R. The death of one party or the other.1. So, then, the believer serves —. It is a story of deliverance from the world of sin to God's perfect world. Alas! Serving, then, in the oldness of the letter, is serving in a cold, constrained, and wholly external manner. By the grace of the Holy Spirit who dwells within (Romans 8:1, 2, 9, 11).5. In this way Paul describes himself (Philippians 3) as having formerly served, when he had confidence in the "flesh," as he there designates such outward service. Volume 6 — #3114 — Romans 7:4 The truth that we are united with Christ changes everything! 3. NEWNESS OF SPIRIT implies such principles, dispositions, and views, as the Spirit of God implants in hearts which He renews. I. (2) Justice has no hold on a dead criminal. Robinson, D. D.)The true spirit of serviceC. No whips were needed for the Spartan men at arms — like high-mettled chargers they would have resented the touch thereof; they were drawn to battle by the cords of a man, and by the bands of patriotic love they were bound to hold their posts at all hazards. H. Spurgeon.In the heroic days when Xerxes led his army in Greece, there was a remarkable contrast between the way in which the Persian soldiers and the Grecian warriors were urged to combat. The believer's freedom from the law, therefore, is —(1)Liberty from bondage. Robinson, D. D.)The true spirit of serviceC. They not only profess themselves to be His servants, but they do serve Him. Serving, then, in the oldness of the letter, is serving in a cold, constrained, and wholly external manner. Romans 7 Commentary, One of over 110 Bible commentaries freely available, this 12 volume, chapter by chapter commentary of 4,800 sermon outlines and 24,000 homiletic references According to the spirit of the law which is love.2. As a venomous reptile is sometimes killed by leaving its sting in the victim it has stung to death, so the law, in executing its vengeance on Jesus our substitute, died. Serving in newness of spirit and in oldness of the letter are here contrasted, as not only different, but as incompatible the one with the other.(R. Serving, then, in the oldness of the letter, is serving in a cold, constrained, and wholly external manner. Much outward conformity to the law may in this way be attained from the pride of self-righteousness, without any principle better than that of a selfish, slavish, mercenary, carnal disposition, influenced only by fear of punishment and hope of reward. No whips were needed for the Spartan men at arms — like high-mettled chargers they would have resented the touch thereof; they were drawn to battle by the cords of a man, and by the bands of patriotic love they were bound to hold their posts at all hazards. 2. Use well your weapons this day! 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