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    Many unwittingly lie about Romans 7

    So you have no real rebuttal and yet want to defend your position in regards to Romans and 1 Peter by posting unrelated things in relation to the points that show your error. take care
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    Many unwittingly lie about Romans 7

    Right. And the deceiver has deceived most to believe and teach such
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    Many unwittingly lie about Romans 7

    Historic present and You forgot a section in Romans. Chapter 8 continues with the same context as seven. And it speaks of our deliverance from the law of sin, that we are a slave to sin without Christ. Thank you God because there is now no condemnation to us who are in Christ Jesus. For the Law...
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    Many unwittingly lie about Romans 7

    Romans 7 Many use chapter 7 in Romans to state the Law of God is done away with. And to prove that we will always sin because we can’t help ourselves. Both these statements are a lie. Please follow along. Paul says in chapter 7 verse 7 that he would not have known sin if it were not for...
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    Law of sin

    Romans 7 Many use chapter 7 in Romans to state the Law of God is done away with. And to prove that we will always sin because we can’t help ourselves. Both these statements are a lie. Please follow along. Paul says in chapter 7 verse 7 that he would not have known sin if it were not for...
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    Law of sin

    Your words are out of context to Romans 7,8
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    Law of sin

    Not true Romans 8:4 That the righteousness of the law might be fulfilled in us, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. Romans 8:5 For they that are after the flesh do mind the things of the flesh; but they that are after the Spirit the things of the Spirit. Romans 8:13 For if ye...
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    Law of sin

    The more you post the more you show you don’t know
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    Law of sin

    Romans 8:2; For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath made me free from the law of sin and death. What is the Law of sin that we have been set free from? It is the fact that in me (us) is no good thing. For the Will to do good is present with me. But how to do it I find not. For...
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    Eph 2:1

    Yep By y’all.
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    Eph 2:1

    It will take some time. And to answer your snide question; because you posted it here.
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    Eph 2:1

    Really John you just walk off and cjab continues with the same contentious attitude. At this point I can see y’all actually needed rebuke. Though it was not my intention in the beginning. Please by all Means be rebuked and stop this contention whereas no one gets edified.
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    Eph 2:1

    the context isn’t what you think
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    Eph 2:1

    I am truly sorry I wasn’t scolding. I just want it to stop. I think it always better to prove the other does not know what they are speaking about rather than say it. It reaches a point where it is obvious really; doesn’t it?
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    Eph 2:1

    Btw please stop bickering.
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    Eph 2:1

    And what of this anacoluthon where the particle ποτε is supplied for emphasis? Whereas no particle or participle as in Colossians 2:13 is supplied for Ephesians 2:1? Are there any other examples other than Col1:21-22 and Eph2:1? Colossians 1:21–22 (Elzevir): 21 και υμας ποτε οντας...
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    Eph 2:1

    What of Colossians 2:13 and the use of the word εν? Why would Paul not use it in Eph. 2:1? Seems like a rather important consideration does it not? Colossians 2:13 (Elzevir): και υμας νεκρους οντας εν τοις παραπτωμασιν και τη ακροβυστια της σαρκος
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    Rapture yes or no

    The post you responded to never even alluded to that only Israel is saved. It said, “It is all the tribes of the earth as in Rev. 1:7 not Israel. If Jesus had meant just Israel he would have said so like He did in Matt 19:28 and Luke 22:30.” And it is the same Greek words in revelation. And...
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    Rapture yes or no

    It is all the tribes of the earth as in Rev. 1:7 not Israel. If Jesus had meant just Israel he would have said so like He did in Matt 19:28 and Luke 22:30. 3 questions were asked after Jesus prophesied of the destruction of the temple. When will these things be? What shall be the sign of thy...
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    Eph 2:1

    Ephesians 2:1 is translated in the KJV “And you hath he quickened, who were dead in trespasses and sins” In the Greek οντας is in the present tense. And the clause “ τοις παραπτωμασιν και ταις αμαρτιαις” is presented in the dative case. So should it read “And you being dead to the offenses...
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