Date: April 21, 2019 (Worship Service)
Bible Text: Romans 6:3-11 | Pastor Scott LaPierre
Christ died for us and as us (our Substitute and Representative). He was buried and resurrected, and His death, burial, and resurrection, are our death burial, and resurrection. Our old man was crucified with Him, so we have died to sin. We know we will be physically and bodily resurrected in the future, but we've already been spiritually resurrected with Him.
Luke Romans 6:3-11—Christ’s Resurrection and Ours
Lesson 1: If you’re “____ ____________” His death, burial, and resurrection are yours (Rom 6:3; Gal 3:27).
Lesson 2: We were ______________________ resurrected with Christ (Rom 6:4-5; Col 2:12).
Lesson 3: The “______ ______” was crucified with Christ (Rom 6:6-7 cf. Rom 7:8; Gal 2:20; Eph 4:22; Col 3:9; John 11:44; 2 Cor 5:21).
Lesson 4: We will be ____________________ resurrected with Christ (Rom 6:8-11; 2 Tim 2:11).
Family Worship Guide
Memory Verse: Romans 6:8
Day 1: Read Romans 6:3-5, Galatians 3:27, Colossians 2:12 and discuss: Why do we perform water baptism by immersion? What does it mean to be “in Christ”? What has already taken place spiritually for Christians? What does this mean for our day-to-day lives?
Day 2: Read Luke 11:23-25, 39-41, John 8:44, Matt 5:20, 12:44, and discuss: What is the “old man”? What can’t help us with the old man? What must be done with him? What two things are involved in justification? How are we justified?
Day 3: Read Luke 11:24-26 and Jam 1:15 and discuss: Why is Jesus’ death so important? Why couldn’t He simply live a perfect life? What does His death mean for us? What about His resurrection? Why is the word “consider” so important in verse 11? What application does this have regarding resisting temptation?