Dead Or Alive

Romans 6:5-11 If we as believers have died to sin, as Paul has said earlier in chapter six, then why don't we have a greater experience of that death to sin in our every day lives? This lesson addresses that question. The concept of being dead to sin was a foundational one to the early believers, yet this is often not the case for us today. Why? What is Paul talking about when he speaks of the "old self" and our "body of sin?" What does he mean when he says it has been done away with? For what purpose has the old self been crucified in Christ? If we are united in the likeness of Christ's resurrection, what exactly is life for Christ like after His resurrection? How can our lives today be like Christ's resurrection life? How is the truth of being united with Christ's resurrection life connected to the our experience of being dead to sin? (54 min)