Romans 6:14 For sin shall not have dominion over you, for you are not under the Law but under grace!

Romans 6:14 For sin shall not have dominion over you,
for you are not under the Law but under grace!

Leon Wilson

Benjamin Michael you can try and pigeonhole me any way you want, sis will always be sin to God. It is far worse when a Christian that should know better does it! But that doesnt stop them from justifying their sin, it just ruins their testimony to the unsaved and weakens other Christians.

Mike Taylor

Thank God for the truth,., sin shall not have dominion over us and thank God it doesn’t,… greater is He that is in us than he that is in the world., I say Amen, hallelujah and thank you Jesus,…your promise has been fulfilled in us and we do now live a happy, glorious and victorious Christian life.

Clarence Rolin

For rebellion is as sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry. Because thou hast rejected the word of the Lord, he hath also rejected thee from being king.

Meek Johnson

That doesn’t mean we don’t follow our Father’s eternal instructions for living. It means we are not under the curse of spiritual death.

Miranda Leigh Steinman

Renier Koen what does it mean to be a “servant”? Does it not require works of faith? Does it mot require not violating the law? What do you do with servants who violate the law? Can faith alone save them?

Mike Taylor

Romans 3:31

Hamidu Mbitiri

Because we are under GRACE, we are compelled to sin less! NOT MORE! The context of this passage is the spiritual condition of those who are saved. Paul’s remarks here are about those who have expressed saving faith in Christ, not to the entire human race (Romans 5:1). Paul concludes his commands to not allow sin to tell us what to do. He again reminds the reader that sin has no authority in our lives any longer. Those without Christ, standing on their own merits apart from God, are compelled to sin. As we once were, they are slaves to sin. Because Christ rescued us, that’s not who we are any more. Sin is not the boss of us. We are now slaves to righteousness! Now Paul adds a surprising thought. We are not under sin’s authority because we are not under the law. In some sense, being under the law revealed how powerless we were against our own desires to sin. Instead, Paul writes, we are under grace. Because of God’s grace, we are no longer compelled to sin.

Bee Bernette

Thank you Jesus

Samantha Bryant Wiliams

Thank you Lord. Amen

Ann Calago

Wrong answer. See Matthew 5:17-20. I follow the teachings of Jesus NOT Paul the Roman. It’s very disturbing how the typical Christian spends their whole life going to church just to remain ignorant to the truth.

Dustan Larkins