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Romans: Laying a Solid Foundation

Romans: Laying a Solid Foundation

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Paul J. Bucknell

Romans 6:15-23 Basic Study Questions


Romans 6:15-23 Basic Study Questions
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Romans 6:15-23 Bible Study: Serve Only One Master again breaks through a notion that we are free to sin by showing how in Christ we are bound to obey Him.

  1. Rewrite the question found in Romans 6:15 in your own words. 

  2. How does Paul answer that question in Romans 6:15? 

  3. What is the outcome when you offer yourself to someone to be his slave (Romans 6:16)?

  4. Paul gives examples of two kinds of slaves. Please fill in their end result (Romans 6:16).

    If you give yourself to sin, then you will receive _________.
  5. Give yourself to obedience, then you will receive ______.

  6. Every Christian was first a slave of _____________ and then

    a slave of ___________________(Romans 6:17-18).

  7. How did they escape the slavery of sin (Romans 6:17)?

  8. Paul is using the analogy of slavery to illustrate this truth. Complete the sentence (Romans 6:19). If I wanted to be a slave of

    sin, I would______________________________________.

  9. How then can we become a slave of righteousness (Romans 6:19)? {Key: notice the ‘just as’}.

  10. Before we were Christians, we were _________________ from the power of righteousness (Romans 6:20).

  11. What good came from the time before we were Christians (Romans 6:21)?

  12. What should our attitude be to those sins now (Romans 6:21)?

  13. What good comes from being bound to serve God (Romans 6:22)?

  14. What is the difference between ‘wages’ and ‘gift’?

  15. By noticing the results of not being a Christian or being one, how important is it that one is actually a Christian (Romans 6:23)? Circle one below:

    Not important   About the same   Important   Crucial

  16. List at least two changes you desire to take place in your life because of these verses:


Bonus questions on Romans 6:15-23

  • From this passage how would you respond to the person who says, “Wow! I don’t have to live by the law anymore. I’m free. I can do whatever I feel like doing. “

  • If Christ fulfilled the law, why is it that we must go by it? Or do we?

Romans 6:15-23 Basic Study Questions

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