Posts Tagged sin

Moral vs Sacrificial Law

Did the 10 Commandments change because the Messiah came? Digging Deeper Some Christians sincerely believe that the Ten Commandments were changed after the cross. Still others believe the whole law, including the Sabbath, came to an end with Jesus’ death. The truth is found in the context of the whole Bible. Bible Fact: Whoever is […]

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The Ten Commandments vs the Ceremonial Law

The Bible speaks of two great Laws. Law Number 1 is the Law of God (“the Ten Commandments,” or “Two tablets of the Testimony,”) also known as the “Moral Law,” the “Law of Love” and the “Decalogue.” Law Number 2 is the “Law of Moses” (the “Book of the Law,” or “Book of the Covenant,”) […]

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Ceremonial vs Moral Law

“Blessed are they that do his commandments, that they may have right to the tree of life, and may enter in through the gates into the city.” Revelation 22:14 There are many who try to blend these two systems, using the texts that speak of the ceremonial law to prove that the moral law has […]

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The Two Laws

On Mount Sinai, Moses received both law of God and a precise set of instructions for the sacrificial system. These were to form the basis of the religious ceremonies of the Israelites. Both sets of instructions were called the law, but they were different in that the law of Ten Commandments defined what sin was, […]

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My Faith

My Faith and Beliefs In the last days, you will have to know the Bible well enough to know when your pastor misquotes it! The universal church is composed of all who truly believe in Christ, but in the last days, a time of widespread apostasy, a remnant has been called out to keep the […]

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