1599 Geneva Bible
6 1 He cometh to sanctification, without which, that no man putteth on Christ’s righteousness, he proveth 4 by an argument taken of Baptism, 12 and thereupon exhorteth to holiness of life, 16 briefly making mention of the Law transgressed.
7 [p]For he that is dead, is freed from sin.
8 Wherefore, if we be dead with Christ, we believe that we shall live also with him,
9 Knowing that Christ being raised from the dead, dieth no more: death hath no more dominion over him.
11 Likewise think ye also, that ye are dead to sin, but are alive to God in Jesus Christ our Lord.
13 Neither [u]give ye your [v]members, as [w]weapons of unrighteousness unto sin: but give yourselves unto God, as they that are alive from the dead, and give your members as weapons of righteousness unto God.
14 [x]For sin shall not have dominion over you: for ye are not under the Law, but under grace.
15 [y]What then? shall we sin, because we are not under the Law, but under grace? God forbid.
16 (E)Know ye not, that to whomsoever ye give yourselves as servants to obey, his servants ye are to whom ye obey, whether it be of sin unto death, or of obedience unto righteousness?
18 Being then made free from sin, ye are made the servants of righteousness.
19 I speak after the manner of man, because of the infirmity of your flesh: for as ye have given your members servants to uncleanness and to iniquity, to commit iniquity, so now give your members servants unto righteousness in holiness.
20 For when ye were the servants of sin, ye were [ab]freed from righteousness.
22 But now being freed from sin, and made servants unto God, ye have your fruit in holiness, and the end, everlasting life.
23 [ae]For the wages of sin is death: but the gift of God is eternal life, through Jesus Christ our Lord.
- Romans 6:1 He passeth now to another benefit of Christ, which is called sanctification or regeneration.
- Romans 6:1 In that corruption: for though the guiltiness of sin be not imputed to us, yet the corruption remaineth still in us: the which Sanctification that followeth Justification killeth by little and little.
- Romans 6:2 The benefits of Justification and Sanctification, are always joined together inseparably, and both of them proceed from Christ, by the grace of God: Now sanctification is the abolishing of sin, that is, of our natural corruption, into whose place succeedeth the cleanness and pureness of nature reformed.
- Romans 6:2 They are said of Paul to be dead to sin, which are in such sort made partakers of the virtue of Christ, that that natural corruption is dead in them, that is, the force of it is put out, and it bringeth not forth his bitter fruits: and on the other side, they are said to live to sin, which are in the flesh, that is, whom the spirit of God hath not delivered from the slavery of the corruption of nature.
- Romans 6:3 There are three parts of this Sanctification, to wit, the dead of the old man or sin, his burial, and the resurrection of the new man, descending into us from the virtue of the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ, of which benefit our baptism is the sign and pledge.
- Romans 6:3 To the end that growing up in one with him, we should receive his strength to quench sin in us, and to make us new men.
- Romans 6:4 That Christ himself being discharged of his infirmity and weakness, might live in glory with God forever.
- Romans 6:4 And we which are his members rise for this end, that being made partakers of the selfsame virtue, we should begin to lead a new life, as though we were already in heaven.
- Romans 6:5 The death of sin and the life of righteousness, or our ingrafting into Christ, and growing up into one with him, cannot be separated by any means, neither in death nor life, whereby it followeth, that no man is sanctified, which lived still to sin, and therefore is no man made partaker of Christ by faith, which repenteth not, and turneth not from his wickedness: for as he said before, the Law is not subverted, but established by faith.
- Romans 6:5 Insomuch as by the means of the strength which cometh from him to us, we so die to sin as he is dead.
- Romans 6:5 For we become every day more perfect than others: for we shall never be perfectly sanctified, as long as we live here.
- Romans 6:6 All our whole nature, as we are conceived and born into this world with sin, which is called old, partly by comparing that old Adam with Christ, and partly also in respect of the deformation of our corrupt nature, which we change with a new.
- Romans 6:6 Our corrupt nature is attributed to Christ, not in deed, but by imputation.
- Romans 6:6 That naughtiness which sticketh fast in us.
- Romans 6:6 The end of sanctification which we shoot at, and shall at length come to, to wit when God shall be all in all.
- Romans 6:7 He proveth it by the effects of death, using a comparison of Christ the head with his members.
- Romans 6:10 Once for all.
- Romans 6:10 With God.
- Romans 6:12 An exhortation to contend and strive with corruption and all the effects thereof.
- Romans 6:12 By reigning, Saint Paul meaneth that chiefest and high rule, which no man striveth against, and if any do, yet it is in vain.
- Romans 6:13 To sin, as to a Lord or tyrant.
- Romans 6:13 Your mind and all the powers of it.
- Romans 6:13 As instruments to commit wickedness withall.
- Romans 6:14 He granteth that sin is not yet so dead in us that it is utterly extinct: but he promised victory to them that contend manfully, because we have the grace of God given us which worketh so, that the Law is not now in us the power and instrument of sin.
- Romans 6:15 To be under the law and under sin, signifiy all one, in respect of them which are not sanctified, as on the contrary side, to be under grace and righteousness, agree to them that are regenerate. Now these are contraries, so that one cannot agree with the other: Therefore let righteousness expel sin.
- Romans 6:17 By nature we are slaves to sin, and free from righteousness, but by the grace of God we are made servants to righteousness, and therefore free from sin.
- Romans 6:17 This kind of speech hath a force in it: for he meaneth thereby that the doctrine of the Gospel is like a certain mold which we are cast into to be framed and fashioned like unto it.
- Romans 6:20 Righteousness had no rule over you.
- Romans 6:21 An exhortation to the study of righteousness and hatred of sin, the contrary ends of both, being set down before us.
- Romans 6:21 The reward or payment.
- Romans 6:23 Death is the punishment due to sin, but we are sanctified freely, unto life everlasting.