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13:34 Why did Emmanuel
call this a."new".commandment
when in Leviticus 19:18 in
the Old Testament long before Emmanuel was on the Earth it was encouraged?
The Online Bible
the word "new".as
used here denotes
the new primarily
to 'quality', the 'fresh', the 'unworn'.
Though it was part of the
Old Testament law to provide guidelines
for behavior between one another and between man and his Creator, the
people then were just so far from keeping it. But, it had another remarkable
purpose. What was
Testament was 'new' in the sense that it now was possible to fulfill
its true meaning because the very nature of the Infinite One could be expressed
through individual human beings. This was the advantage of the New Testament
over the Old
Their attempts back then
recorded in the Old Testament proved how hopeless it was to use a carnal
mind and expect it to try to keep a set of laws, rules and regulations
designed to lead one to spirituality. This was the lesson of the Old Testament.
The Creator wanted to show
humanity that His nature of love was important for them if they ever expected
to prosper and have a 'magical' life. Once this lesson was written, things
changed. God fine tunes
His plan as things go along.
The people in Old Testament
times just could not do anything spiritual regarding their heart. It just
was not in their heart. It was not to be. All this, designed by God to
show that laws, rules and regulations are woefully.inadequate
in changing character. It did not work. It does not work today.
lesson of the Old Testament. The peoples pathetic
attempts to keep that horribly cumbersome
law only again proves how severely lacking back then laws, rules and regulations
were when it comes to anything of the spirit:.Romans
So, the Old Testament was
wiped away and in came the New with new commandments.(instructions).in
the sense it was now possible that love could come from a heart within
which the Holy Spirit, the nature of true
wholeness, the very nature of the Creator, could express through us. There
is no other way to
God defines as spirituality than the way of love. It's so simple and
Our destiny is to become
thoroughly as Creator-God is.(John
10:34; 1Corinthians 2:9).in
you are can be changed), but
not personality. Only the Creator can create. The forces
of destruction, the forces of the dark side, are only
out to destroy.."Only
a Creator-creator can create other creators."....Grigori
In one way it was old, in
that the Creator always wanted them to have a heart of love. In another
way it was new, in that it was now possible to be this way:.1John
of the Law".and
how is it different, if at all, from the book of Moses?
The book of the
law is specifically the.Book
the Old Testament in the Holy Bible. Why
is it called 'holy'?
The book of the Law is also
as including the books of Exodus,
It is also know as the book of
The law of Moses is know
as the Mosaic Law and is often now referred
to as the Pentateuch
or the first five books of the.Holy
Bible, which are Genesis,
The books composing the Pentateuch
have also been called, the 'Book of the Law
of Moses', 'Law
8:31,32), the 'Book
of the Law'.(Galatians
3:10), the 'Book
as the Jews designate it, the 'Torah' or 'Law':.2Chronicles
These books were written
by Moses and refer to what is called,
made with ancient
Israel so very long ago.
we don't go to what is commonly believed to be heaven, what did Emmanuel
mean in His prayer here?
1:3,20; 2:6; John
3:13; Philippians 3:20;
5:2; Hebrews 12:25; 1Thessalonians
1:8; 2Thessalonians 1:7.
all the world really go after Emmanuel back then. I mean, was He just that
That is what the scripture
says. But, some were out to kill Him and many others did not like Him and
yet others did not care at all for Him. So 'all' the world certainly does
not mean that all the people back then liked or even knew much about him.
It is idiomatic
"The words 'world' and 'all'
are used in some seven or eight senses in Scripture.(one
is Matthew 3:5).and
it is very rarely the 'all' means all persons, taken individually.
The words are generally used
to signify that Christ has redeemed some of all sorts, some Jews, some
Gentiles, some rich, some poor and has not restricted His redemption to
either Jew or Gentile."....C.H.
17:5 What is."the
mystery of Babylon"?
This is a reference to a
woman. A 'woman' in the Bible is used as of a 'church'. It refers to apostate
churches, which are churches who have either never had, or had and moved
on from, the truth of God; moved on into a 'religion' of their own design
and of course, most always for greedy purposes such as money and control
This Babylonian system will
be no more.
chapters 17 and 18 for more.