We continue our journey in the New Testament book of Romans as we focus on chapter 7, verses15-25a. The issue is that of internal struggles, particularly the carnal will of the flesh versus humanity’s spiritual aspect. There is a timeless quality about the struggle between what we want to do and what we actually do. In this way, Paul is referring to a universal human condition of internal struggles. Paul admits candidly that his appetites and desires are difficult to manage. We’re not sure of the specific issues Paul was referring to, but the point is that Paul’s self-confession reveals that even someone with hisRead More →