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JaumeJ

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Do you sin?

If your response is no, do not read any further.

Of course we do not have the guilt of our trespasses held against us, and this is because although we live in grace we do sin. This also is why we need the Mediator, Yeshua, between us and the Father.

We are completely freed of the curse of the law for it was destroyed on the Cross, that curs e being Death.

So if your response was yes, tell me, how can anyone say the law is dead. I know Jesus does not.
 

breno785au

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Isn't it dead to the law, not the law is dead?
Two vastly different things.
 

JaumeJ

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Isn't it dead to the law, not the law is dead?
Two vastly different things.

The post is not dedicated to your understanding, rather , to what is espoused by many who simply oppose Christ's words teaching the law is not dead. I do not wish to go off an any tangents with the OP.

The death mentioned that standsout for me is the curse of the law. Yes we are all dead to the elawyet it is written on our hearts. Even Paul teaches in Romans that our faith establishes teh law……… I believe he is referring to it being written within …….again, tangents.
 

breno785au

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The post is not dedicated to your understanding, rather , to what is espoused by many who simply oppose Christ's words teaching the law is not dead. I do not wish to go off an any tangents with the OP.

The death mentioned that standsout for me is the curse of the law. Yes we are all dead to the elawyet it is written on our hearts. Even Paul teaches in Romans that our faith establishes teh law……… I believe he is referring to it being written within …….again, tangents.
Oh right, now I understand, my bad.
 

JaumeJ

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Oh right, now I understand, my bad.
Not any bad, you asked an honest question and I tried to reply the same. Thank you. God bless you always...… I like your posts when I get to see them...
 

OneFaith

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Do you sin?

If your response is no, do not read any further.

Of course we do not have the guilt of our trespasses held against us, and this is because although we live in grace we do sin. This also is why we need the Mediator, Yeshua, between us and the Father.

We are completely freed of the curse of the law for it was destroyed on the Cross, that curs e being Death.

So if your response was yes, tell me, how can anyone say the law is dead. I know Jesus does not.
God's law will never die, what died was the physical way of obeying it, we still have to obey it- spiritually.
 

JaumeJ

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It is our soul that keeps the law while the flesh attempts to hold us back...….Jesus is victorious always, amen.