Do You Know That You Died And Were Raised With Christ? (4 of 7) by Ken Trivette
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Series: Know Ye Not
1. The Believer's Identification in the Christ Life
a) A New Lord
b) A New Life
2. The Believer's Separation from the Old Life
a) The Reality of Our Death with Christ
b) The Results of Our Death with Christ
3. The Believer's Consecration to a New Life
a) A New Manner of Life
b) A New Motive in Life
1. As we continue looking at the Know Ye Not's of the New Testament, we find that twice in Romans 6 Paul asks, "Know ye not." In verse 3 Paul writes, "Know ye not, that so many of us as were baptized into Jesus Christ were baptized into His death?" Then in verse 16 we read, "Know ye not, that to whom ye yield yourselves servants to obey, His servants ye are to whom ye obey' whether of sin unto death, or of obedience unto righteousness."
2. I want to look at both of these Know Ye Not's. In this study we will consider the first and the second in our next study. Romans chapter 6 is one of the great chapters of the Bible. The truths in this chapter are perhaps some of the most needed among the body of Christ in our present day.
3. Romans chapter six introduces a new section of the book of Romans. In Romans 1-3 we see our condemnation. In Romans 4-5 we see our salvation and justification. Now, beginning in chapter 6, Paul deals with our sanctification. He begins to speak of the life that is lived because one has been saved.
3. When Paul asks, "Know ye not," he is wanting believers to know that every believer died, was buried, and raised in the Lord Jesus Christ. Let's look closer at this Know Ye Not of the Bible. As we do, we see that Paul speaks of life in three dimensions. Let's look at these by first considering:
1. THE BELIEVER'S IDENTIFICATION IN THE CHRIST LIFE
1. Paul makes an amazing statement when he says "so many of us were baptized into Jesus Christ." When Paul spoke of being "baptized" he was not speaking of water ...
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