Romans 13

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There are here instructions in this chapter as to duties and responsibilities in a practical walk in the midst of a world of evil.
We are to be subject to civil authorities, paying tribute where it is due. If we love one another we will not owe anything to anyone.
Sins, such as adultery, murder, theft, false witness, and covetousness, do not belong to the spiritual man. We love our neighbor as ourselves.
How we need the exhortation to awake inasmuch as our salvation out of this world is very near. "The night is far spent, the day is at hand."
Having put on the Lord Jesus, we make no provision for the flesh.