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From The Schoolmaster To The Savior: "The Law & Faith as God Intended" - Intro

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"Now the purpose of the law is love from a pure heart, from a good conscience, and from sincere faith, from which some, having strayed, have turned aside to idle talk, desiring to be teachers of the law, understanding neither what they say nor the things which they affirm." 

In these inspired words, as recorded in 2 Timothy 1:5-7, The Apostle Paul addresses a point of heresy that predates The Church itself: The misunderstanding of, and therefore misapplication of The Law, having NO understanding of its intended purpose in God's Plan or our lives. But what is The Law, and what is its intended purpose? Didn't Jesus say that The Law would be in effect until everything written in scripture is fulfilled? Isn't it also true that ONLY the animal sacrifices were fulfilled with Christ's sacrifice? Join me as we explore what God’s Word says concerning this issue. 

Part 1- (Identification of Bondage) -We will take a trip down the Royal Romans Road where The Apostle Paul seeks to illustrate to The Church at Rome, and in particular to the Jewish Christians there, that The Law has a purpose beyond being a point of national pride for them.

Part 2 - (Importation of Bondage) -We will take a look at how Judaizers, contrary to God's teaching, sought to enslave The Church at Galatia with a made up law/faith hybrid. Paul illustrates for them the ungodly ramifications of taking just one step down this road of self-imposed bondage.

Tune in Live at (607) 203-5370 to listen by phone, or click the show link below during the Live broadcast to join my chat parking lot for live listening and/or follow up questions. You can direct any off air follow up questions to ryoung@arcstudies.org, or call me on my ministry line at (614)388-8838. Blessings to you!

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