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  • If death reigned through the disobedience of one and only one person, how much more will there be a reign of life for those who receive the grace and the gift of true righteousness through the one person, Jesus Christ. (Romans 5, 17)

  • Just as one transgression brought sentence of death to all, so, too, one rehabilitation brought pardon and life to all; (Romans 5, 18)

  • and as sin caused death to reign, so grace will reign in its own time, and after making us just and friends of God, will bring us to eternal life through Jesus Christ, our Lord. (Romans 5, 21)

  • You know that in baptism which unites us to Christ we are all baptized and plunged into his death. (Romans 6, 3)

  • By this baptism in his death, we were buried with Christ, and, as Christ was raised from among the dead by the Glory of the Father, so we begin walking in a new life. (Romans 6, 4)

  • It was an image of his death when we were grafted in him, and so we will also share in his resurrection. (Romans 6, 5)

  • We know that Christ, once risen from the dead, will not die again and death has no more dominion over him. (Romans 6, 9)

  • There has been death: a death to sin once for all; there is life: a life in God. (Romans 6, 10)

  • and do not give your members over to sin, as instruments to do evil. On the contrary, offer yourselves as persons returned from death to life, and let the members of your body be as holy instruments at the service of God. (Romans 6, 13)

  • If you have given yourselves up to someone as his slave, you are to obey the one who commands you, aren't you? Now with sin you go to death, and by accepting faith you go the right way. (Romans 6, 16)

  • but what were the fruits of those actions of which you are now ashamed? Such things bring death. (Romans 6, 21)

  • So on one side is Sin: its reward, death; on the other side is God: he gives us, by grace, life everlasting in Christ Jesus, our Lord. (Romans 6, 23)

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