When we talk about the law of God from the Old Testament, there are three parts to it: cultural, ceremonial, and eternal. Acts 15 shows how the Jews in the early Church, had to first deal with ceremonial and cultural laws, and their faith. They ended up supporting the eternal law about worshipping God. Paul also taught about it when he wrote to the Church at Rome. The idea is that the law cannot save us from our sin, but points to our sin. God’s promises are the result of salvation, not the law. God’s promise through Christ was simple in that we would be saved from our sin and the penalty for it: Death (ROMANS 6:23). Romans 7 explains how the LORD Jesus has fulfilled the law, how we see the law, and why we obey it. As believers, we follow Jesus Christ. God’s Holy Spirit helps us to serve God by moving toward Him in our life and ways.
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