Gene Cunningham - October 8, 2009

Sanctification 1

Romans 8  - Sanctification - Tecumseh Kansas 2009

. Theme for the Book of Romans (Rom 1:16-17), "the power of the gospel"; bookends "Obedience to the faith" (Rom 1:5, Rom 16:26). Condemnation (Romans 1-3); Justification (Romans 4-5); Sanctification (Romans 6-8); Dispensation (Romans 9-11); Transformation (Romans 12-16). Three divisions in chapter 8: (1) Past work of the Spirit — no condemnation — we're saints (Rom 8:1-11); (2) Present work of the Spirit — no dominion — the Spirit's work to sanctification (Rom 8:12-27); (3) Future work - no defeat — we're holy (Rom 8:28-39). The will of God is our sanctification (1Th 4:7). Freedom is among Paul's favorite words (Rom 8:1, Rom 8:21, Rom 6:4-6, Rom 6:18, Rom 6:22, Rom 7:6, Rom 8:2). The Law of Sin and Death - sin brings death. Law of the Spirit in Christ Jesus is the newness of life (Eph 4:23-24). Sin must be judged and perfect obedience is necessary. Sanctification is a cooperative process. The purpose is that we walk worthy (Eph 2:8-10, Eph 4:1). 



Conference notes for this series can be found [HERE

Scripture References: Ephesians 4:23, Romans 1:5, Romans 8:21, Ephesians 4:23-24, Romans 1:16-17, Romans 8:1, Romans 8:2, Romans 8:28-39, Romans 7:6, Romans 8:12-27, Romans 6:22, Romans 8:1-11, Romans 6:18, Ephesians 4:1, Romans 16:26, Romans 6:4-6

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This series of lessons were given at the annual Kansas Conference at Eagle Point Grace Bible Church in Tecumseh Kansas in October 2009. The notes distributed for Romans Chapter 8 are available

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