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Removes the grace of God's law?

Added: 02.02.2011
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It is necessary to keep God's Ten Commandments, including Saturdays, we are not under law but under grace? The Apostle Paul clearly explains that a Christian is not "under law", but "under grace". What, however, Paul meant?

Romans 6, 14 - Sin will no longer be your master, because you are not under law but under grace.

One thing we know for sure. When Paul says that Christians are not "under the law, but" under grace "does not mean that Christians can openly, knowingly and intentionally violate the law of God. In the Epistle to the Romans says.

Romans 6, 15 - Well, we sin, we are not under law but under grace? No way! Do you know that if someone you serve, you have to listen to him? You become the servant to whom you listen, whether of sin to death, or obedience to justice.

So what Paul meant by these words? What was his attitude to the law?

Romans 7, 12 - but the law is holy, the commandment is holy and just and good.

The law is not according to Paul no problems. It is holy and good. What is its purpose? The law of God revealed specific, objective measure of morality. It reveals the eternal principles of heavenly government. It provides good and evil. The law also reveals what we are able to - to live according to this scale.

The law is mainly because that every mouth may be stopped and that the whole world was against God convicted of guilt - Romans 3, 19

Romans 7, 7 - What do you say? Is the law sin? No way! But not the Law, I would not have known sin.

Romans 3, 20 - Based on the works of the law shall be justified before him no, because the law brings a knowledge of sin.

Looking for the perfect justice of the law, is condemned every man, every woman, every child. The law demands perfect obedience, justice, and great loyalty to the principles of God's kingdom.

According to Paul, be under the law meant to try in my own strength and their deeds to save themselves. Paul says that it is impossible.

Romans 3, 23-28 - all have sinned and lack the glory of God. They are justified freely by his grace through the redemption in Christ Jesus. God has established His atonement for those who believe in his blood in order to establish their own righteousness. For God in his previous sins pardoned forgiveness should now demonstrate his justice, to show that it is fair and justified those who believe in Jesus. Where then is boasting? It is excluded. What law? Perhaps the works? No, but the law of faith. We therefore consider that a man is justified by faith without the deeds of the law.

Being under grace means to take measures which are Jesus Christ on Calvary ensure salvation. It means believing that we can not save themselves. Christ died for us! He sacrificed for us! For his death we can live!

According to Paul, there are two views of salvation: "Law" and "grace." The law specifies certain standards which people in their own strength can not reach. Grace brings to forgiveness of the past, so also through Christ our Lord, brings strength to live in the present. Paul explicitly denies that Jesus' death removed the obedience of the law.

The whole debate of his grace in the 3rd Romans chapter concludes with the words:

Romans 3, 31 - we then make void the law through faith? No way! Conversely, the law.

The apostle Paul could not express clearly. Answered our question. Act removes the grace of God? Some religious leaders may say yes. The Apostle Paul says, but in any case!

Deprives us of the grace of God, obedience to Saturday? No more than we would be depriving the commandment: Thou shalt not kill, shall not commit adultery, steal, Thou shalt not bear false witness ....

Logic is a sinner saved by grace while maintaining a love of nine of the ten commandments will keep all ten - as a sign of obedience to her Lord and Redeemer.

Drawn from the book: The almost forgotten day - Mark Finley


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