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Freedom in Christ: Free from my Shame

Romans 6:20-23

Stephen Johns

on 22 May 2016

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Transcript of Freedom in Christ: Free from my Shame

Freedom in Christ
Free from my Shame
Romans 6:20-23
Will a Christian Continue in Sin because they are under grace? (vs. 15)
No, because they are now slaves to Christ. (vs. 16-18)
Since you are slaves to Christ, present your bodies to Him for sanctification. (vs. 18-20)
So, how does one slavery differ from the other?
Slavery to Christ differs from Slavery to Sin in Three Key Ways
Shame vs. Sanctification
Death vs. Life
Wages vs. Gift
(A Theology of Shame)
Shame Enters the World
Shame Pervades
Defining Shame
Dealing with Shame
vs. 20-23
There is shame that is the result of our sin.
There is shame that is the result of the sin of others.
There is shame that is the result of living in a sin fallen world.
Shame is a deep sense of sorrow where we feel alienated from community.
The 'Already Not Yet' of Shame
Covering Ourselves with Avoidance
Covering Ourselves with Self-Righteousness
Covering Ourselves with Forgetfulness
The Great and True Cloak
Sanctification covers shame with the Gospel
Sanctification covers shame with Righteousness
Sanctification covers shame with Community
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