The law is a description of the obedience of faith; it is not a job description for how to earn the wages of God's blessings.
When Christ experienced the curse of the law on the cross it was not his own but ours.
It would be terribly wrong to say that the Mosaic law was opposed in its teaching to the Abrahamic covenant.
If we don't understand why the law was given, we can kill ourselves with it.
When you entrust yourself to Christ you
honor him, and he would be denying himself
to turn you away.
The law teaches us that it is God's desires, not our own, that are the measure of right
The law can't overcome your rebellion and make you a loving
person. But the Spirit can.
Meditate on the law in order to know the
justice and mercy of God in Christ, your righteousness and your
The law teaches two things about obtaining salvation.
John Piper says that the experience of justification should change our approach to personal ethics.
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