What was Abolished in Christ ?

nailed to the cross 4     “And took it out of the way, nailing it to His cross . . . !”
Colossians 2:14

“The words ‘abolish,’ ‘take away,’ ‘destroy,’ and ‘change’ have been so persistently connected with the law by some public teachers that there exists in the minds of many people the honest conviction that all which is expressed by these words was done to the law by Christ.

It is true that He came to “abolish” something, and to “take away” something, and to “destroy” something, and to “change” something; but it is important that we-should know just what it was that He abolished, and what it was that He took away, and what it was that He destroyed, and what it was that He intended to change by His work in behalf of man. This we can easily learn from the Scriptures. Continue reading

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Called for Such a Time as This !

Sarah Wilson’s testimony of the LORD’s great love and power . . . !

     “And to know the love of Christ, which passeth knowledge (understanding) . . . That ye might be filled with all the fullness of God (Deity, divinity) . . . . Now unto Him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or imagine, according to that power which worketh in us . . . Unto Him be glory in His congregation by Christ Jesus throughout all ages, world without end. Amen !”     Ephesians 3:19-21 & ref: II Peter 1:4

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What God hath joined together . . . ?

The Marriage Story !

“And this ye have done again, covering the altar of the LORD with tears, with weeping, and with crying out, insomuch that He regardeth not thy offerings any more, nor receiveth them with good will at your hand . . . Yet ye say, Wherefore (why) ?

Because the LORD (Jehovah, Yehuwah) hath been a Witness between thee and the wife of thy youth, against whom thou hast dealt treacherously! . . . Yet is she not thy companion, and the wife of thy Covenant?  And did not He (the LORD) make thee one ?”   Malachi 2:13-16 Continue reading

The garments of Christ’s Righteousness ?

“You cannot indulge in sin and still be a witness for the Lord, for in works you deny Him. Where is the holy boldness that should characterize your faith and
prayers
because you are not under condemnation before man or God? Where is your ringing testimony on the side of Truth (The Verity of God‘s Word)?

. . . .  Just as soon as you commit sin, you should flee right to the throne of grace (within the veil), and tell Jesus all about it. You should be filled with sorrow for sin, because through sin (faithless transgression of God’s law) you have weakened your own spirituality, grieved the heavenly angels, and wounded and bruised the loving heart of your Redeemer. When you have asked Jesus, in contrition of soul, for His forgiveness, believe that He has forgiven you. Do not doubt His divine mercy,
or refuse the comfort of His infinite love. Continue reading