logo blog
Selamat Datang Di Blog Kompi Males
Terima kasih atas kunjungan Anda di blog Kompi Males,
semoga apa yang saya share di sini bisa bermanfaat dan memberikan motivasi pada kita semua
untuk terus berkarya dan berbuat sesuatu yang bisa berguna untuk orang banyak.

Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide - 3rd Quarter 2015, Sept 15 2015


Tuesday | September, 15


Paul and the Law


“Do we, then, notify the law by this faith? Not at all! Rather, we uphold the law” (Rom. 3:31, NIV). What law must Paul be talking about here?


In English translations of Paul’s letters, the word law appears about one hundred thirty times, and in the Acts of the Apostles, about twenty times. Paul endeavored to get his hearers and readers, regardless of cultural background, to understand that “law” carried several meaning, especially for Jews. Laws such as the Ten Commandments are in force for all people at all times. But other kinds of laws in the Old Testament and in Jewish culture, Paul did not consider in force for Christians.

In his writings the apostle used the world law broadly in reference to rules for religious ceremonies, civil law, health laws, and purification laws. He wrote about being “under the law” (Rom. 3:19) and about being “released form the law” (Rom. 7:6). He described a “law of sin” (Rom. 7:25) but also “law of God” (Rom. 7:25). Confusing as these phrases may seem to non-Jews, for the Jewish believer brought up in the Hebrew culture, the context would make clear which law was meant.


Read Romans 13:8-10; Romans 2:21-24; 1 Corinthians 7:19; Ephesians 4:25, 28; 5:3; 6:2. How do these verses help us to understand that God’s moral law, the Ten Commandments, was not nullified at the cross?


Paul realized that be ceremonial laws, detailing how one approached God through priesthood, Hebrew sanctuary, and sacrifices, ceased to be valid after crucifixion. They had served their purpose in their time but were now no longer needed. (This point would become especially apparent after the destruction of the temple).

With the moral law expressed by the Ten Commandments, however, matters are different. In his letters, Paul quotes some of the Ten Commandments and alludes to others as universal ethical demands on all people, Jewish as well as Gentile. Having written against the practice of sin, Paul would not in any way have diminished the very law that defines what sin is. That would make about as much sense as telling someone not to violate the speed limit while at the same time telling them the speed limit signs are no longer valid.

Enter your email address to get update from Kompi Ajaib.
Print PDF
Next
« Prev Post
Previous
Next Post »

Copyright © 2013. NONTON BOKEP, DOWNLOAD BOKEP, STREAMING BOKEP - All Rights Reserved | Template Created by Kompi Ajaib Proudly powered by Blogger jasa seo | Created By ThemeXpose | viagra | | mebel jepara | alat bantu sex | produk moment service sofa bandung | vimax jasa seo | jasa seo medan vimax tukang taman surabaya | mebel jepara jual bambu medan mebel jepara SERVICE SOFA BANDUNG | perangsang wanita JASA SEO VIMAX ASLI OBAT PEMBESAR PENIS JUAL OBAT ABORSI OBAT PEMBESAR PENIS OBAT PENGGUGUR KANDUNGAN OBAT KUAT VIAGRA OBAT KENCING NANAH VIMAX ASLI Obat pembesar hammer of thor OBAT PEMBESAR PENIS Hammer of Thor Hammer of Thor service sofa bandung TUKANG TAMAN SURABAYA VIMAX RENTAL MOBIL MEDAN TUKANG TAMAN SURABAYA RENTAL MOBIL MANADO TOKO BUNGA BANDUNG