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Big Idea: Coming to Christ is changing Kingdoms.
Creation: Perfect
Romans 5:12-
The Kingdom of Sin came through the disobedience of Adam.
We enter the rebellion of the Kingdom of Sin because we all sin.
We enter the _rebellion_ of the Kingdom of Sin because we all sin.
From creation to Adam to Moses
Romans 5:13-
Romans 5:15
Romans 5:15-
The Kingdom of Grace conquers the Kingdom of Sin through Christ’s faithfulness.
The Kingdom of Grace _conquers_ the Kingdom of Sin through Christ’s faithfulness.
Romans 5:18-
The Kingdom of Sin is full of condemnation and death, while the Kingdom of Grace is full of justification and life.
Romand 5:20-21
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