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Removed duplicate questions from Romans (#95)

Co-authored-by: Larry Sallee <larry.sallee@unfoldingword.org>
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@ -87,12 +87,9 @@ Reference ID Tags Quote Occurrence Question Response
6:10 kqm6 How many times did Christ die to sin, and for how many people did he die? Christ died to sin once for all.
6:10-11 rg4p How should a believer think of himself with respect to sin? A believer should think of himself as dead to sin.
6:10-11 q75d For whom does a believer live his life? A believer lives his life for God.
6:13 qnh7 To whom should a believer present his body parts, and for what purpose? A believer should present his body parts to God as tools for righteousness.
6:13 qnh7 To whom should a believer present the members of his body, and for what purpose? A believer should present the members of his body to God as tools for righteousness.
6:14 k73d What does a believer live under, which allows him to rule over sin? A believer lives under grace, which allows him to rule over sin.
6:16 h5uy What is the end result for a person who makes himself a servant of sin? The end result of a person who makes himself a servant of sin is death.
6:16 ta00 What is the end result for a person who makes himself a servant of God? The end result of a person who makes himself a servant of God is righteousness.
6:18-19 oa07 What is the end result for a person who makes himself a servant of God? The end result of a person who makes himself a servant of God is righteousness.
6:21 q2ll What is the end result for a person who makes himself a servant of sin? The end result of a person who makes himself a servant of sin is death.
6:22 ke18 Slaves of God have their fruit for what purpose? Slaves of God have their fruit for sanctification.
6:23 egef What are the wages of sin? The wages of sin are death.
6:23 dpsi What is the free gift of God? The free gift of God is eternal life.
@ -111,7 +108,7 @@ Reference ID Tags Quote Occurrence Question Response
7:18 iqy5 What lives in Paul’s flesh? No good thing lives in Paul’s flesh.
7:21 cvl3 What principle does Paul find at work in him? Paul finds the principle in him that he wants to do what is good, but evil is actually present in him.
7:22 ediw What attitude does Paul’s inner man have toward the law of God? Paul’s inner man rejoices in the law of God.
7:23 ri2c What principle does Paul find in his body parts? Paul finds that in his body parts the principle of sin takes him captive.
7:23 ri2c What principle does Paul find in the members of his body? Paul finds that in the members of his body the principle of sin takes him captive.
7:25 bebt Who will deliver Paul from his body of death? Paul thanks God through Jesus Christ for his deliverance.
8:2 hu33 What has made Paul free from the principle of sin and death? The principle of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has made Paul free from the principle of sin and death.
8:3 a3o8 Why was the Law unable to set people free from the principle of sin and death? The Law was unable because it was weak through the flesh.
@ -169,8 +166,7 @@ Reference ID Tags Quote Occurrence Question Response
11:8 m6xr What did the spirit of dullness given by God do to those who received it? The spirit of dullness made their eyes unable to see and their ears unable to hear.
11:11 fyaw What good has happened because of Israel’s refusal to receive the gospel? Salvation has come to the Gentiles.
11:11 fihg What effect will the salvation of the Gentiles have on the Israelites? The salvation of the Gentiles will provoke the Israelites to jealousy.
11:13-14 b66b In Paul’s analogy of the olive tree root and the wild branches, who is the root and who are the wild branches? The root is Israel, and the wild branches are the Gentiles.
11:17 sc6k In Paul’s analogy of the olive tree root and the wild branches, who is the root and who are the wild branches? The root is Israel, and the wild branches are the Gentiles.
11:13-17 b66b In Paul’s analogy of the olive tree root and the wild branches, who is the root and who are the wild branches? The root is Israel, and the wild branches are the Gentiles.
11:18 fdj5 What attitude does Paul say the wild branches must avoid? Paul says the wild branches must avoid the attitude of boasting over the natural branches that were broken off.
11:20-21 ddnb What warning does Paul give the wild branches? Paul warns the wild branches that if God did not spare the natural branches, neither will he spare the wild branches if they fall into unbelief.
11:23-24 qhjm What can God do with natural branches if they do not continue in their unbelief? God can graft back into the olive tree natural branches that do not continue in their unbelief.

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87 6:10 kqm6 How many times did Christ die to sin, and for how many people did he die? Christ died to sin once for all.
88 6:10-11 rg4p How should a believer think of himself with respect to sin? A believer should think of himself as dead to sin.
89 6:10-11 q75d For whom does a believer live his life? A believer lives his life for God.
90 6:13 qnh7 To whom should a believer present his body parts, and for what purpose? To whom should a believer present the members of his body, and for what purpose? A believer should present his body parts to God as tools for righteousness. A believer should present the members of his body to God as tools for righteousness.
91 6:14 k73d What does a believer live under, which allows him to rule over sin? A believer lives under grace, which allows him to rule over sin.
6:16 h5uy What is the end result for a person who makes himself a servant of sin? The end result of a person who makes himself a servant of sin is death.
6:16 ta00 What is the end result for a person who makes himself a servant of God? The end result of a person who makes himself a servant of God is righteousness.
92 6:18-19 oa07 What is the end result for a person who makes himself a servant of God? The end result of a person who makes himself a servant of God is righteousness.
6:21 q2ll What is the end result for a person who makes himself a servant of sin? The end result of a person who makes himself a servant of sin is death.
93 6:22 ke18 Slaves of God have their fruit for what purpose? Slaves of God have their fruit for sanctification.
94 6:23 egef What are the wages of sin? The wages of sin are death.
95 6:23 dpsi What is the free gift of God? The free gift of God is eternal life.
108 7:18 iqy5 What lives in Paul’s flesh? No good thing lives in Paul’s flesh.
109 7:21 cvl3 What principle does Paul find at work in him? Paul finds the principle in him that he wants to do what is good, but evil is actually present in him.
110 7:22 ediw What attitude does Paul’s inner man have toward the law of God? Paul’s inner man rejoices in the law of God.
111 7:23 ri2c What principle does Paul find in his body parts? What principle does Paul find in the members of his body? Paul finds that in his body parts the principle of sin takes him captive. Paul finds that in the members of his body the principle of sin takes him captive.
112 7:25 bebt Who will deliver Paul from his body of death? Paul thanks God through Jesus Christ for his deliverance.
113 8:2 hu33 What has made Paul free from the principle of sin and death? The principle of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has made Paul free from the principle of sin and death.
114 8:3 a3o8 Why was the Law unable to set people free from the principle of sin and death? The Law was unable because it was weak through the flesh.
166 11:8 m6xr What did the spirit of dullness given by God do to those who received it? The spirit of dullness made their eyes unable to see and their ears unable to hear.
167 11:11 fyaw What good has happened because of Israel’s refusal to receive the gospel? Salvation has come to the Gentiles.
168 11:11 fihg What effect will the salvation of the Gentiles have on the Israelites? The salvation of the Gentiles will provoke the Israelites to jealousy.
169 11:13-14 11:13-17 b66b In Paul’s analogy of the olive tree root and the wild branches, who is the root and who are the wild branches? The root is Israel, and the wild branches are the Gentiles.
11:17 sc6k In Paul’s analogy of the olive tree root and the wild branches, who is the root and who are the wild branches? The root is Israel, and the wild branches are the Gentiles.
170 11:18 fdj5 What attitude does Paul say the wild branches must avoid? Paul says the wild branches must avoid the attitude of boasting over the natural branches that were broken off.
171 11:20-21 ddnb What warning does Paul give the wild branches? Paul warns the wild branches that if God did not spare the natural branches, neither will he spare the wild branches if they fall into unbelief.
172 11:23-24 qhjm What can God do with natural branches if they do not continue in their unbelief? God can graft back into the olive tree natural branches that do not continue in their unbelief.
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