May 20, 2019
"Indeed you're gonna have to serve somebody, well, it may be the devil or it may be the Lord, but you're gonna have to serve somebody" - Bob Dillon
In Romans 6:15-23 Paul lays out the basic principal that Jesus has set us free from slavery to sin and made us slaves to God and his righteousness. To be a servant or slave of Christ was a term used of the highest honor in the early church. What does it mean? What did it mean to the original audience of Christian's in Rome? Why is it important for us today? Most of all, why is this another aspect of the good news of Jesus Christ?