Romans 6:19

19I am using a human analogy
Lit I speak humanly; Paul is personifying sin and righteousness as slave masters.
b because of the weakness of your flesh.
Or your human nature
For just as you offered the parts
Or members
of yourselves as slaves to moral impurity, and to greater and greater lawlessness, so now offer them as slaves to righteousness, which results in
saint(s)/sanctification/sanctify/sanctified: The work of the Holy Spirit that separates believers in Jesus from the world; at the time of saving faith in Jesus, the believer is made a saint; therefore, all believers are saints. The believer participates with the Spirit in a process of transformation that continues until glorification. The goal of sanctification is progressive conformity to the image of Jesus Christ.
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