The Laws of the LORD is Perfect – Yes, they are perfect; because they manifest the perfect nature of an infinitely holy God. God is holy and His laws are holy. They reflect the very nature of God; they reveal what God likes and what He dislikes. When He says – You shall not commit adultery – it means He hates adultery.
12Blessed is the one you discipline, LORD, the one you teach from your law; 13you grant them relief from days of trouble, till a pit is dug for the wicked.( Psalm 94, 12-13)
Disobeying Jesus while calling Him “LORD” – This is something we, born-again christians often do and this was true even when Jesus walked up on the earth. He experienced it and he asked His audience after the Sermon on the Mount.
8Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God. (Matthew 5, 8)
Yes, in the above verses Lord Jesus says; blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God. In other words; if your heart is pure, you are blessed; because you will see God. Apostle Paul also says the same thing in the following verse.
This Article examines the relationship between Law and Grace and concludes that, both of them are the two sides of the same coin and they are inseparable too.
This article attempts to make an in-depth analysis of the statement made by Jesus Christ in Mathew 12, 8, “8For the Son of Man is Lord of the Sabbath.”
This article attempts to analyze the real meaning of the phrase “to Fulfill the Law” found in Mathew 5, 17.
A detailed analysis of the two Main Covenants and their significance for Born-again believers.
This article – Consequences of Idolatory in Ancient Israel – provides a detailed analysis of Ezekiel 9, Comparing the context with the present-day Christian Church. And offers suggestions for Christian Believers to make changes in their Christian Walk.