Romans chapter 7 is one of the most memorable passages from the writings of the Apostle Paul in the Bible. It expresses graphically the moral struggle of man against imperfection, and it contains the famous cry of the heart , "Who will deliver me from this body of death ? " But who is the man " miserable " suggesting this terrible complaint? That he seeks ? Is it Paul ? If so, he speaks of himself as a Christian, or is he referring to the days before his conversion? If these are the words of a true child of God, how such an expression of defeat and frustration she agrees with emphasis victory chapter 8 ? In this book, the author examines the various interpretations of Romans 7 adopted by the ancient and modern Christian leaders . It assesses the various perspectives in the light of biblical context . It concludes that a correct understanding of this passage has important practical implications for growth in grace , both in the life of the individual believer and the church as a family of God's people .