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<< Romans 6:21   Romans 6:23 >>


Romans 6:21-22

The context answers what the fruit in each verse symbolizes. In verse 21, the product of actions of which we are now ashamed would have been death. But because of God's calling and our subsequent repentance, our status and relationship with Him have changed—and so has what we are producing with our lives. We are now His slaves rather than sin's, producing fruit to holiness rather than shame and death. In the end God will give us everlasting life. The choice is ours. Which fruit would we rather have, shame and death or holiness and life?

John W. Ritenbaugh
The Fruit of the Spirit




Other Forerunner Commentary entries containing Romans 6:22:

Exodus 20:8-11
Romans 9:19-24
Romans 10:4
Galatians 4:7
2 Timothy 2:26
Revelation 2:14-15
Revelation 6:15

 

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