The moment you were saved, you were set free. Free from punishment for past sins. Free from the grip of once-unbreakable patterns of sin. Free from sin’s stranglehold on your life. Free to live in a way that pleases God and brings genuine peace and joy.
So why, in your day-to-day experience, do you still battle with sins of thought, word, and deed? Is that normal? And more important, how do you experience in practice the freedom from sin God has already granted you in Christ?
The apostle Paul addresses that issue with intensely personal insight in Romans 7:14–25, a passage that has sparked considerable controversy. Benefit from what Paul has to say in John MacArthur’s clear explanation of this much-debated text.