Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

Summary

For I through the law am dead to the law, that I might live unto God.

General references

Bible References

Through

Galatians 3:10
For there is a curse upon all who rely on obedience to the Law, for the Scripture says, "Cursed be anyone who does not stand by everything that is written in the Book of the Law and obey it."
Romans 3:19
Now we know that everything the Law says is addressed to those under its authority, so that every mouth may be shut, and the whole world be made accountable to God.
Romans 4:15
For the Law only brings down God's wrath; where there is no law, there is no violation of it.
Romans 5:20
Then law slipped in, and multiplied the offense. But greatly as sin multiplied, God's mercy has far surpassed it,
Romans 7:7
Then what shall we conclude? That the Law is sin? Certainly not! Yet, if it had not been for the Law, I should never have learned what sin was; I should not have known what it was to covet if the Law had not said, "You must not covet."
Romans 8:2
For the life-giving law of the Spirit through Christ Jesus has freed you from the Law of sin and death.
Romans 10:4
For Christ marks the termination of law, so that now anyone who has faith may attain uprightness.

Dead

Romans 6:2
Certainly not! When we have died to sin, how can we live in it any longer?
Romans 7:4
So you, in turn, my brothers, in the body of Christ have become dead as far as the Law is concerned, so that you may belong to another husband, who was raised from the dead in order that we might bear fruit for God.
Colossians 2:20
If you have died with Christ to material ways of looking at things, why do you act as though you still belonged to the world, and submit to rules like
Colossians 3:3
For you have died, and your life now lies hidden with Christ in God.
1 Peter 2:24
He carried the burden of our sins in his own body on the cross, in order that we might die to sin and live for uprightness. By his wounds you have been healed.

General references

Romans 14:7
None of us lives only to himself, and none of us dies only to himself;