are too often confused as to the place the law holds in their lives.
The Ten Commandments are frequently presented as the cornerstone of the
Christian life. Yet what do the Scriptures actually teach about our
relationship to the law? This publication shows that the law has
no place in the life of a born-again one. Because of the work Jesus
Christ finished for us in fulfilling the law, we now live by a greater
law - the law of the spirit of life in Christ Jesus.
"Whenever we try to regulate
the old nature by putting ourselves back under the law, we are giving it
recognition rather than believing that it was crucified with Christ.
We are not only dead to the law, but we are also dead to sin . . . Being
dead to the law, we no longer live under it. Likewise being dead
to sin, we no longer are to live in it. . . We live a completely new life
by our believing regarding the Son of God . . ."
From Chapter 6: "Walking by the law or by the
The Law and the First Century Church
The Time of the Law
The Purpose and Place of the Law
The Old Testament Witness of Christ
Two Types of Righteousness
Walking by the Law or by the Spirit?
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