Are we still suppose to keep all Ten Commandments?

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here is what you said



your new here, we have so many sinless perfection people here, so when we see these words, we need to question it.

if you do not like being questioned. Why are you here?
Exactly no sin in Christ you can't refute truth. Go look up the word discord which god hates when man causes and go pray in spirit if he be in you and comeback and we can all lift each other up or you can continue to get your feathers ruffled.
 
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Exactly what I said in Christ is no sin keep trying to refute

Exactly

Exactly no sin in Christ look you can't

Exactly no sin in Christ look you can't refute truth and think you need to read definition of discord which god hates go pray in the spirit and we can lift each other up like were supposed to or you can keep getting your feathers ruffled.
Yawn
I am not the one here causing discord, you cam in this chatroom with all your judgment amd demanding and trying to tell people what is what.

fact is, you claimed we are to live like Christ with no sin.

that in affect means we are to live without sin.

so it is a legitimate question to ask you if you live up to that standard.

no if you said we should strive live like Christ I would agree with you, and then I would try to discuss how we do that. But when you add, no sin, well most people should think you were teaching sinless perfectionism, and some may ask you about it

if you do not like being questioned, why are you hear? People have the right to ask us questions when they see us say things they do not understand or maybe do not agree with,
 
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Exactly no sin in Christ you can't refute truth. Go look up the word discord which god hates when man causes and go pray in spirit if he be in you and comeback and we can all lift each other up or you can continue to get your feathers ruffled.
Dude you the one who said I can go into another thread to prove you wrong

you need to look inside, your have had attitude since you walked in here,

and I am not the only one who has seen this

pride is not pretty, and you have a lot of it. If you would humble yourself up son and not be so offended all the time, people might actually change with how they respond to you
 
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Yawn
I am not the one here causing discord, you cam in this chatroom with all your judgment amd demanding and trying to tell people what is what.

fact is, you claimed we are to live like Christ with no sin.

that in affect means we are to live without sin.

so it is a legitimate question to ask you if you live up to that standard.

no if you said we should strive live like Christ I would agree with you, and then I would try to discuss how we do that. But when you add, no sin, well most people should think you were teaching sinless perfectionism, and some may ask you about it

if you do not like being questioned, why are you hear? People have the right to ask us questions when they see us say things they do not understand or maybe do not agree with,
Your not asking questions your trying to slander like others when I speak my beliefs that seems like works of flesh. You can ask me questions about what I believe you wont offend me but Dont make me out to be preaching im sinless perfect in every way believer in Christ that ain't gonna fly.
 
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Your not asking questions your trying to slander like others when I speak my beliefs that seems like works of flesh. You can ask me questions about what I believe you wont offend me but Dont make me out to be preaching im sinless perfect in every way believer in Christ that ain't gonna fly.
asking a question is not slander my friend

you said we should live like Christ without sin

so I asked if you if you have achieved that state (without sin)

and you have turned it into a boxing match.

lol, your make me laugh man.

become like the tax collector. Try not to be like the pharisee
 
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Dude you the one who said I can go into another thread to prove you wrong

you need to look inside, your have had attitude since you walked in here,

and I am not the only one who has seen this

pride is not pretty, and you have a lot of it. If you would humble yourself up son and not be so offended all the time, people might actually change with how they respond to you
asking a question is not slander my friend

you said we should live like Christ without sin

so I asked if you if you have achieved that state (without sin)

and you have turned it into a boxing match.

lol, your make me laugh man.

become like the tax collector. Try not to be like the pharisee
Weren't the pharisees always trying to slander too.
 

SoulWeaver

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Those sowing the gospel of wrath will reap vengeance they stored up for themselves.
 

notuptome

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The ten commandments are not to be imputed greater value than the blood of Christ and the indwelling Holy Spirit. Those who are born again see the value of not stealing, lying, committing fornication and such things. The ten commandments are good especially to those who love Christ knowing it is the righteousness of Christ that is approved in the sight of the Father.

For the cause of Christ
Roger
 

kaylagrl

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Are we still suppose to keep all Ten Commandments?


Oh I hope not, I know a few people that need killin' just sayin'....
 

Beez

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Yep

its sad we have people who think following the law makes them righteous people. When Jesus said if we wat to follow the law. Just obey these two commands,
Do you seriously personally know people who think that? :eek:
 

notuptome

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Are we still suppose to keep all Ten Commandments?


Oh I hope not, I know a few people that need killin' just sayin'....
God knows them as well. His list is quite extensive and He will take care of it in His time. No one escapes His perfect judgment upon sin and unrighteousness.

They can tell God it's good to murder children in the womb but Ps 2:4 He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh: the Lord shall have them in derision.

For the cause of Christ
Roger
 

Blik

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Hebrews 10:26 is often misinterpreted by misguided teachers of the law and sinless perfectionists. To "sin willfully" in the Greek carries the idea of deliberate intention that is habitual, which stems from rejecting Christ deliberately. This is continuous action, a matter of practice. Now we don't walk along our daily life and "accidentally" fall into a pit called sin. We exercise our will but, the use of the participle clearly shows willful, continuous action. The unrighteous practice sin. (1 Corinthians 6:9-10; Galatians 5:19-21); not the righteous, who are born of God. (1 Corinthians 6:11; 1 John 3:9)

Hebrews 10:39 - But WE are not of those who draw back to perdition, but OF THOSE who believe to the saving of the soul. Those who draw back to perdition do not believe to the saving of the soul and those who believe to the saving of the soul do not draw back to perdition.
Do you think that anyone who loves the law, as the 119th Psalm tells us, are wrong as "teachers of the law" and "sinless perfectionist"? Do you think it is possible to see the love in the law?

Whenever you post I feel you are scolding me, not encouraging. I love the lord, and I love His law. It guides me. I must follow the Lord, not any man.
 

wattie

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The ten commandments are not to be imputed greater value than the blood of Christ and the indwelling Holy Spirit. Those who are born again see the value of not stealing, lying, committing fornication and such things. The ten commandments are good especially to those who love Christ knowing it is the righteousness of Christ that is approved in the sight of the Father.

For the cause of Christ
Roger
Yes this is what I've been meaning. The commandments not binding on a persons salvation state, but are the things that underpin serving Jesus
 

SoulWeaver

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No, I believe we are supposed to follow the new commandment that Jesus issued, to love one another (and subsequently God, by showing love to "the least of the brethren" we also love Him). Because through this we fulfill the law and the prophets and also are not under a curse doing things that way. Why would I try to fulfill something that could never be fulfilled, and to bring myself under a curse? "The definition of insanity is to do the same things and expect different results"
 
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Do you think that anyone who loves the law, as the 119th Psalm tells us, are wrong as "teachers of the law" and "sinless perfectionist"? Do you think it is possible to see the love in the law?

Whenever you post I feel you are scolding me, not encouraging. I love the lord, and I love His law. It guides me. I must follow the Lord, not any man.
Well said Amen
 
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Don't OTE="Blik, post: 4444009, member: 249025"]Do you think that anyone who loves the law, as the 119th Psalm tells us, are wrong as "teachers of the law" and "sinless perfectionist"? Do you think it is possible to see the love in the law?

Whenever you post I feel you are scolding me, not encouraging. I love the lord, and I love His law. It guides me. I must follow the Lord, not any man.[/QUOTE]
Don't listen to Mailmandan I read his post and he just contradicts himself o the irony. I noticed there is a few wolves in sheep's clothing on this site and I apologize for the other day if I offended you my beliefs were being attacked from all angles and I was in defense mode.
 
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No, I believe we are supposed to follow the new commandment that Jesus issued, to love one another (and subsequently God, by showing love to "the least of the brethren" we also love Him). Because through this we fulfill the law and the prophets and also are not under a curse doing things that way. Why would I try to fulfill something that could never be fulfilled, and to bring myself under a curse? "The definition of insanity is to do the same things and expect different results"
and here we have a winner!