People's Commentary (NT)
Romans 7:4 Ye also are become dead to the law. This principle, under the figure of marriage, is applied to those church members who were once under the law of Moses. They were then related to it as a wife to a husband. But in chapter 4 it has been shown that all disciples of Christ had died, been buried, and risen with him (Romans 4:2-5); hence, having died, they had been released from the law. Should be married to another. As new creatures, they could, as those freed from the marriage to law, be espoused to another, even Christ. Christians are so united to Christ, living by vital union with him, being found in him, that whatever was done to him is said to have been done to them in his person, or through his body. The church is spiritually the Body of Christ (I Corinthians 12:27).
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