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Romans 6

Rom 6:1 What should we conclude from that? That we should persist in failing so that favor will keep increasing?
Rom 6:2 Absolutely not! How can we who died to failure still live in it? Ridiculous!
Rom 6:3 You don’t seem to understand that those who are immersed into Anointed Jesus are immersed into his death.
Rom 6:4 And just as we were buried together with him through immersion into his death, so also, just as the Anointed was raised from the dead through the favor of the Father, we will keep pace with him in a new life.
Rom 6:5 For if we have become united with his kind of death, then we have also become united with his kind of resurrection.
Rom 6:6 We know that our old self was crucified along with him, so that the body of Failure would be neutralized, and we would not continue to slave for Failure.
Rom 6:7 The dead have been released from Failure.
Rom 6:8 So if we died along with the Anointed, we believe that we will also live together with him.
Rom 6:9 After all, since the Anointed was raised from the dead then Death no longer has control of him.
Rom 6:10 The death he died was to Failure, once and for all, but the life he lives, he lives to God.
Rom 6:11 In the same way, you too should consider yourselves truly dead to Failure, yet alive to God with Anointed Jesus.
Rom 6:12 So then, do not let Failure rule over your mortal body, making you obey its desires.
Rom 6:13 And do not present parts of your body as weapons of injustice in the service of Failure, but instead present yourselves to God as those who have been raised from the dead, and your body parts to God as weapons of justice.
Rom 6:14 For Failure will not have mastery over you, because you are not under Law but under Favor.
Rom 6:15 So should we therefore keep failing since we are not under Law but under Favor? Absolutely not!
Rom 6:16 Don’t you realize that you are the slaves of the one to whom you offer your obedience— whether it’s to Failure and then death, or to Compliance and then justice?
Rom 6:17 Now praise God that although you were slaves of Failure, now you listened from the heart to the teaching to which you were handed over.
Rom 6:18 Now that you are free from Failure, you are enslaved to Justice.
Rom 6:19 I am speaking in human terms because of the weakness of your flesh. For just as you presented your body parts as slaves to Impurity and Lawlessness (which of course led to lawless acts), so now present your body parts as slaves to Justice, resulting in holiness.
Rom 6:20 When you were slaves to Failure you were free from Justice.
Rom 6:21 But what did you gain by it? Only that of which you are now ashamed, whose end result was death.
Rom 6:22 In contrast, now you have been freed from Failure and enslaved to God. And what you gained from that is holiness, whose end result is eternal life.
Rom 6:23 For Failure pays you the wages of death, but God graciously gives you eternal life through Anointed Jesus our Master.
Rom 6:1 τι ουν ερουμεν επιμενουμεν τη ἁμαρτια ἱνα ἡ χαρις πλεοναση
Rom 6:2 μη γενοιτο οἱτινες απεθανομεν τη ἁμαρτια πως ετι ζησομεν εν αυτη
Rom 6:3 η αγνοειτε ὁτι ὁσοι εβαπτισθημεν εις χριστον ιησουν εις τον θανατον αυτου εβαπτισθημεν
Rom 6:4 συνεταφημεν ουν αυτω δια του βαπτισματος εις τον θανατον ἱνα ὡσπερ ηγερθη χριστος εκ νεκρων δια της δοξης του πατρος οὑτως και ἡμεις εν καινοτητι ζωης περιπατησωμεν
Rom 6:5 ει. γαρ συμφυτοι γεγοναμεν τω ὁμοιωματι του θανατου αυτου αλλα και της αναστασεως εσομεθα
Rom 6:6 τουτο γινωσκοντες ὁτι ὁ παλαιος ἡμων ανθρωπος συνεσταυρωθη ἱνα καταργηθη το σωμα της ἁμαρτιας του μηκετι δουλευειν ἡμας τη ἁμαρτια
Rom 6:7 ὁ γαρ αποθανων δεδικαιωται απο της ἁμαρτιας
Rom 6:8 ει. δε απεθανομεν συν χριστω πιστευομεν ὁτι και συζησομεν αυτω
Rom 6:9 ειδοτες ὁτι χριστος εγερθεις εκ νεκρων ουκετι αποθνησκει θανατος αυτου ουκετι κυριευει
Rom 6:10 ὁ γαρ απεθανεν τη ἁμαρτια απεθανεν εφαπαξ ὁ δε ζη ζη τω θεω
Rom 6:11 οὑτως και ὑμεις λογιζεσθε ἑαυτους ειναι νεκρους μεν τη ἁμαρτια ζωντας δε τω θεω εν χριστω ιησου
Rom 6:12 μη ουν βασιλευετω ἡ ἁμαρτια εν τω θνητω ὑμων σωματι εις το ὑπακουειν ταις επιθυμιαις αυτου
Rom 6:13 μηδε παριστανετε τα μελη ὑμων ὁπλα αδικιας τη ἁμαρτια αλλα παραστησατε ἑαυτους τω θεω ὡσει εκ νεκρων ζωντας και τα μελη ὑμων ὁπλα δικαιοσυνης τω θεω
Rom 6:14 ἁμαρτια γαρ ὑμων ου κυριευσει ου γαρ εστε ὑπο νομον αλλα ὑπο χαριν
Rom 6:15 τι ουν ἁμαρτησωμεν ὁτι ουκ εσμεν ὑπο νομον αλλα ὑπο χαριν μη γενοιτο
Rom 6:16 ουκ οιδατε ὁτι ὡ παριστανετε ἑαυτους δουλους εις ὑπακοην δουλοι εστε ὡ ὑπακουετε ητοι ἁμαρτιας εις θανατον η ὑπακοης εις δικαιοσυνην
Rom 6:17 χαρις δε τω θεω ὁτι ητε δουλοι της ἁμαρτιας ὑπηκουσατε δε εκ καρδιας εις ὁν παρεδοθητε τυπον διδαχης
Rom 6:18 ελευθερωθεντες δε απο της ἁμαρτιας εδουλωθητε τη δικαιοσυνη
Rom 6:19 ανθρωπινον λεγω δια την ασθενειαν της σαρκος ὑμων ὡσπερ γαρ παρεστησατε τα μελη ὑμων δουλα τη ακαθαρσια και τη ανομια εις την ανομιαν οὑτως νυν παραστησατε τα μελη ὑμων δουλα τη δικαιοσυνη εις ἁγιασμον
Rom 6:20 ὁτε γαρ δουλοι ητε της ἁμαρτιας ελευθεροι ητε τη δικαιοσυνη
Rom 6:21 τινα ουν καρπον ειχετε τοτε εφ᾿ οἱς νυν επαισχυνομαι το γαρ τελος εκεινων θανατος
Rom 6:22 νυνι δε ελευθερωθεντες απο της ἁμαρτιας δουλωθεντες δε τω θεω εχετε τον καρπον ὑμων εις ἁγιασμον το δε τελος ζωην αιωνιον
Rom 6:23 τα γαρ οψωνια της ἁμαρτιας θανατος το δε χαρισμα του θεου ζωη αιωνιος εν χριστω ιησου τω κυριω ἡμων