Question: does this verse deal more with justification, Jesus for me, or Sanctification, Jesus in me. Luther says for. Calvin says in. I say for with clear implications of in. R-kelly preached this one to the hilt last night at our Lord’s supper service, props and kudos. What a great reminder that the gospel, contra fed-vision or new perspec, is NOT based on our ‘hopeless meritoriousness.’ Yet I’m inclined, perhaps incorrectly, to see a large amount of correspondence between our being justified and the old ‘how shall we then live.’ Any thoughts on this guys…pipe in at will.