6:1 What shall we say then? Are we to continue in sin that Chen (kindness) grace may abound? 2By no means! How can we who died to sin still live in it? 3Do you not know that all of us who have been baptized into Mashiach Y’shua were baptized (immersed) into his death? 4We were buried therefore with him by baptism into death, so that as Mashiach was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, we too might walk in newness of life.
YHVH is extremely kind to zombies (the walking dead). Is it that enough for you?
Setting the scene: Grace is translated from the Greek word charis which is translated from the Hebrew word chen, kindness. Sin (not Satan) is lord of zombie land (the walking dead). The Torah of YHVH (God the Father) is able to make two things clear to zombies. 1. Sin is their master. 2. YHVH is very kind to them.
The question: Should zombies remain under the control of sin in order to experience the kindness of YHVH?
The simple answer is NO!
The life of YHVH through Y'shua (Jesus) is so much more then the kindness of YHVH in zombie land. Amen (faith) is the turn around from death to life. Here is the tricky part. You have to die to death before you can live to Y'shua. How do you do that?
Baptism is immersion into Y'shua. When you are immersed into Y'shua, you enter into his death by faith. His grave becomes your grave. Every one who goes down to the grave remains there physically. This is a fact of zombie life, or may I say, a fact of normal human experience.....with the one exception of Y'shua. By the Power of the Glory of YHVH, Y'shua arose from death to Life! If you have been immersed into Messiah, his grave is your grave and it is empty. My tomb is empty. The life of Y'shua IS my life. The same Power of the Glory of YHVH that raised Y'shua raised me to life. Glory for the living is more then kindness for the walking dead. Some days it is easy to live as if you were still a zombie. The kindness (grace) of YHVH is still the way of repentance, not the door for more kindness. Live the life of Y'shua by amen. It is the testimony that YHVH is your Abba (father) and that your heritage is the reality of glory.
Personal study of ROMANS 6: 1-4