One universal truth in life is that it is usually so much harder to undo an action than to do it in the first place.  We see this in our reading from Romans 5.  Sin entered the world in a moment through Adams eating of the forbidden fruit.  But the solution to that problem came at the cost of Christ’s death on the cross and his rising from the dead three days later.  Listen as Pastor Matt opens up the importance of this reading through the life of Martin Luther, who called Romans the “Chief work of the New Testament.”