I believe the words “no longer remains a sacrifice for sins” is implying a definite loss of salvation if someone has pushed the envelope too far with God the Father. Thus this indwelling Spirit is a “mighty Spirit” in terms of our present interim pilgrimage (Eph. If there is such a list, then the person is guilty of achieving salvation by keeping the law. If anyone sows to the flesh (Galatians 6:8) he reaps corruption. ... our own interest and the great good which we reap from it, both in point of grace and comfort, and at last of salvation itself, as it … It does not submit to God’s law nor can it do so. With the Flesh—Romans 8:6-7; Galatians 5:17 2D. Romans 8:13 says, “For if you live according to the flesh you will die; but if by the Spirit you put to death the deeds of the body, you will live.” The Arminian view understands the reference to the personal pronoun “you” in this passage to mean the person who has believed in Christ for his eternal salvation… 3. Romans 8:13. Barry Horner in Outlined Commentary on Romans writes. The Experience of Sanctification: Conflict 1D. No … But this contradicts Romans 3:28 and Romans 4:1-5. This step is based on your relationship to Christ at the time of salvation. 8:6). spiritually. The Passages Speak about Loss of Salvation 2E. For example, Romans 8:5 says those who live according to the sin nature have their minds set on what that nature desires.Romans 8:7 says the sinful mind is hostile to God. Romans 8:13 for if ye live after the flesh, ye must die; but if by the Spirit ye put to death the deeds of the body, ye shall live. The Passages Speak about a Hypothetical Warning 4E. Romans 8:13. The proper understanding of salvation is that works play no part in it (Rom. His Life must be individually apprehended by the personal pursuit of every believer. Romans 8:13 For if you live according to the flesh, you will die; but if by the Spirit you put to death the deeds of the body, you will live. 6:23), and that it is received by faith (Eph. Romans 13:14; Ephesians 4:22-24 7C. Paul is talking to Christians. The Apostle beckons us to “work out your OWN salvation with fear and trembling” Philippians 2:12. "Are Christians capable of dying spiritually? The Life of Christ is found and experienced on the battlegrounds of our own heart! Romans 8:13 2D. Of course! The Passages Speak about Condemnation of Unbelievers 3E. Becoming Entangled Again in the Pollutions of the World. A. Romans 8:13 is surrounded by definitions put there to help us understand. 4:5), that it is a free gift (Rom. "ye must die"-i.e. 2:8-9). Throughout Romans, the phrase “life and peace” is used to mean abundant life, so it is logical that “death” must refer to the opposite of life and peace, which would be a loss of enthusiasm, peace, and the feeling of connection to God (see commentary on Rom. For if ye live after the flesh, ye shall die Such persons are dead, whilst they live, and shall die a second or an eternal death, if grace prevent not. There is life in the Spirit of adoption, Ro 8;12-17. Here is another verse that matches up with the verse mentioned above. The last of the steps toward the loss of salvation does not get any easier. It may be asked, whether one that has received the grace of God in truth, can live after the flesh; flesh, or corrupt nature, though still in …