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    Now all these things happened to them as examples, and they were written for our admonition, upon whom the ends of the ages have come.

    1Corinthians 10:11

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What commandments did Jesus mean, for us to keep?


I was kindly questioned on this subject by some bloggers : so i will kindly give my explanation…

My Foundational message to understand this post please read after :These things were said ~ so that all scripture might be fulfilled

Col 2:14
Having wiped out the handwriting of requirements that was against us, which was contrary to us. And He has taken it out of the way, having nailed it to the cross.

There are two aspects of the law we need to consider to grasp the whole point of the commandments

The handwriting of the law known as the statutes & the ceremonial law & practise contains in commandments in the context of a covenant ~ between God & a group of people which the bible states the first covenant between God & Israel.

Col 2:14 The requirements with in these statutes laws were against us meaning condemning our actions with no solution for salvation

So Christ came born of a woman, under the law to redeem those held captive to the law ~ only to fulfil the righteous requirements that no man or woman could never fulfil Rom 8:2 ~ taking away the handwriting of the law…
Col 2:14

So his act fulfils every thing in every way…

Considering the work of Christ as finish and fulfilling so we can enjoy the empowerment of a new order ~ living under Grace in the context of a New covenant contained with two commandments

1) To believe in the son of God.
John 3:18

2 ) To love each other as love which is a heart issues that fulfils any written law. John 13:34

1John 3:23 And this is His commandment: that we should believe on the name of His Son Jesus Christ and love one another, as He gave us commandment.

The big confusion in John 14:15-21
Must be considered carefully because the ten commandments of the old testament isn’t the commandments Jesus refers to in John.

Whats replaced the old ten ~ commandments is the beatitude ~ The principles of the kingdom Which has become evident in the teaches of christ.Matt 5,6,7
The law remain as a example for us to learn from as we are born again under a new order starting with a new “identity” “citizenship” a “constitution ” that consist of principles of the kingdom “of God called The beatitude”

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:The beauty of reform…

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The dispensation of Grace…


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