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Walt Russell, Ph.D. visits us from Biola University to teach us how meaning comes from the top down.
The Law was a temporary addition to the Promise, designed by God to show us our absolute need for His grace through faith.
In the Old Testament, God gave Moses the Law. The Law was intended to show God's people how to live. He had led them out of Egypt, taking them to the Promised Land. But God's people rebelled and showed they would never be able to keep the Law and please God. Jesus is the better Passover Lamb and the better rock, struck for our sins to give us life.
Salvation by faith alone does not lead to freedom to live for ourselves, but freedom to live for Christ.
We are saved by Grace not keeping the law. You don’t have to be a Jew to be a follower of Jesus Christ.
It is better for Christians to suffer wrong than to demand their rights from another Christian.
Once more, Paul implores the Romans to love one another, but he added a wrinkle to it in Romans 13. He wrote that to love one another will "fulfill the Law". What law? Who is in this audience? It had to be Jews, and they had a fascinating past with this Law . . .