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*HOW JESUS REPLACED WHAT ADAM ERASED*
*Grace:  The Truth that Transforms  -  Part 13 of 36*
*Romans 5:12-21*
*Rick Warren*
 
 
 
Tonight we'll look at the last ten verses in the second major division of Romans.
Paul contrasts and compares the influence of two men on the human race.
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*I.
HOW WE GOT INTO THIS MESS! * -  Romans 5:12-14
 
               ~* Why is there evil in the world?
(vs.
12a)
 
               ~* Why do people die?  (vs.
12b)
 
 
The Bible speaks of 3 kinds of death
 
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               ~* What about people who've never heard of the Bible?
(vs. 12-14)
 
 
 
 
*II.
CONTRASTS AND COMPARISONS BETWEEN ADAM & CHRIST  *-  Rom.
5:15-21
       /"... Adam was a pattern of the One to come."/
(vs.
14b)
 
 
This passage should be divided into 2 parts:
 
               Verses 12-17:                                                            /"is not like..."/
 
 
               Verses 18-21:                                                            /"so also..."/
 
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VERSE         TWO MEN                                ADAM                           CHRIST
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vs.
15            The event                                   ____________            ____________
 
vs.
16            Result                                        ____________            ____________
 
vs.
17            Effect                                        ____________            ____________
 
vs.
19            Reason                                       ____________            ____________
 
 
TWO COMPARISONS:
 
       Vs.
18:  Both _____________________________________________
 
       Vs.
19:  Both _____________________________________________
\\ *HOW JESUS REPLACED WHAT ADAM ERASED*
*Grace:  The Truth that Transforms  -  Part 13 of 36*
*Romans 5:12-21*
*Rick Warren*
 
 
 
In review, there are five major divisions in the book of Romans.
We can summarize these five divisions by the words Sin, Salvation, Sanctification, Sovereignty, Service.
We've looked at the first two sections.
The basic message of the first three chapters of Romans is everybody has sinned and we're all to be condemned because of that.
Then comes Section Two which is the good news -- Salvation.
Paul says, There's a way out!
The way out is that we're justified, not through works; but we get right with God through faith in Jesus Christ.
Tonight we finish up the last ten verses of Section Two.
This is probably the most complex passage in the book of Romans.
It's a difficult section but very important to understand.
No other passage in the New Testament has been more discussed and debated by Bible scholars than the ten verses we're going to look at.
In just a few brief verses, Paul summarizes the philosophy and history of mankind and why we have the problems that we do.
Why is there evil in the world?
Why do people die?
What is there sin in the world?
Why does human nature never change?
What's going to happen to babies when they die?
What happens to people who have never heard the gospel?
This section deals with these issues.
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12 /"Therefore just as sin entered the world through one man and death through sin in this way death came unto all men because all men sinned -- for before the law was given, sin was taken into the world but it was not taken into account when there was no law.
Nevertheless, death reigned from the time of Adam to Moses even over those who did not sin by breaking a command as did Adam who was a pattern for the one to come."/
Why is there evil in the world?
/"sin entered the world through Adam" /-- one man.
Adam was a real person and because of his disobedience sin entered the world.
What was his disobedience?
He ate the "cranapple."
Eve was disillusioned but Adam willfully took it and ate it.
God had said, you can eat everything in the garden except one thing and what did they go after?  the one thing.
Isn't this typical.
Anytime there is a prohibition we immediately go after it.
It's against the law, therefore I want to do it!
Mom says don't do that so I want to do it.
We always push against limits.
Like Pandora's Box, once sin entered the world, paradise was lost.
Adam blew it!
He spoiled the world for us.
Sin entered the world because of Adam.
Paul doesn't discuss the origin of sin, which is Satan, but he just shows how it entered the world -- through one man.
Why do people die?  /"death came through sin"/  There are two diabolical twins -- sin and death.
One goes with the other.
When you see one you'll see the other.
Death is a direct result of sin.
The Bible says, /"The wages of sin is death"/.
What is death?
Death means separation -- separation from God, separation from your loved ones.
There are actually three different kinds of death as the Bible teaches:
 
       1) Physical death.
This is universal.
We all die.
/"It is appointed unto man once to die and after that the judgement."/
It has already been determined.
God knows when.
But there was no physical death in the world until Adam sinned.
God did not make the world to be a part of death.
Theoretically Adam would have lived on and on.
The Bible says that death came because of sin.
When sin started messing things up, God said "I don't want this to go on for ever and ever" so he allowed death to come into the world and be a part of it.
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