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Sin and Grace (Romans 5:12-21)

Don Johnson, May 2, 2010

Part of the Romans series, preached at a Sun AM service

In this message we are surveying the whole of the passage we have been in, Rm 5.12-21. Today we are concentrating on the two major ideas or sets of terms in the passage. On the one hand, Paul uses five different terms for sin and on the other he uses four different terms for grace (or gift). The remarkable contrast between these terms heightens in our minds the magnitude of God's great grace and condescension towards us in saving us from our sins.

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