Biblical Law: Law Covenant v. Moral Law of Conscience

Biblical Law – Law Covenant v. Moral Law of Conscience – only one is truly relevant for Time and Eternity mandated by its genesis…

The “law” relevant to all Scripture is the moral law of conscience (Romans 2:14-15) upon which the Law Covenant is based excluding ceremonial-civil law relevant ONLY to Jacob’s children and proselytes to Judaism in a special dispensation foreshadowing Messiah’s first-advent concerning Elohim’s eschatological plans through Messiah and the New Covenant (Colossians 2:16).

It is this moral law of conscience that judged Satan and the rebellious angels and it is that same moral law that is infused within all of humanity at conception as mankind is created in the spiritual image of Elohim and provided certain communicable attributes of Elohim for His eschatological purposes in Time and Eternity (Genesis 1:26-28); therefore, it is the moral law of conscience that will judge every faithless, unbelieving, man and woman at the Judgment of the Condemned (Revelation 20:11-15) where they will be adjudicated in accordance with their works done in the body as they rejected God’s grace through faith in Jesus the Son of God for the atonement of their sin; this, as no man will be justified by their works of self-righteousness (John 3; Ephesians 2:8-9; Romans 3:20).

The moral law of conscience is given in response to infidelity, to rebellion, in response to man’s sin (1 Timothy 1:9), and anyone who seeks righteousness (a right standing) with Elohim via the facade of law keeping in self-righteousness will die in their sin (John 8:24) and die in Hell in the “second death” as no man will be justified before the Father by law-keeping (Romans 3:20) but only by faith in Jesus as their Lord who kept the law for us and offers us His righteousness in exchange for our sin by faith in Him as our Lord (2 Corinthians 5:21).

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