What is the Law of God?

What is the Law of God?

Our Creator’s Law has been extant from the creation of the angels as an arbiter of free will; that same law judged Satan for covetousness and initiated his extrication from the Kingdom; that same law was infused into the human genome on Day-6 of the creation narrative as mankind is created in the spiritual image of Elohim possessing certain communicable attributes of Elohim for His eschatological purposes; that same law judged the Adamic and Noahic generations of defilement where all but eight perished in water subsequent adjudication; that same law is the foundation for nine of the ten Sinai Commandments; that same law is used by the indwelling Holy Spirit in the New Covenant via the new creation in Christ to walk the redeemed in sanctification via the conscience as the Spirit prepares the redeemed for service in the New Jerusalem; that same law will be extant in the New Jerusalem as free will remains extant by necessity.

The Sinai Commandments,

The Law Covenant, the Sinai Commandments, could not exist without the under girding of the moral law of conscience and at no time has law been a pathway to covenant relationship with the Father as the law mandates perfection and human kind is a sinner by nature (Galatians 2:16; Romans 3:20; Romans 8:1-2; Ephesians 2:8-9).

The Law and Righteousness,

Only Jesus kept the law in mandated perfection (James 2:10; Galatians 3:10) and only Jesus offers you the benefits of His righteousness (a right standing with the Father) by faith in Him as your Lord…a righteousness Jesus earned for you at Golgotha and a righteousness imputed into the life of the one who believes in Jesus as Lord by faith (2 Corinthians 5:21; John 3).

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