Not Under The Law: Paul and the Truth | New book by Kent and Jodi Smith

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The magnificence of our Creator is beyond our capacity to imagine.  If we question His wisdom, it’s time to check our sanity, because He’s really smart!
Get ready to experience the unity of the scriptures like never before!
Excellent new resource for sharing with those still caught in the deception of the ages!

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Check this new book out and you will be encouraged and shown how Paul does NOT teach that the Law was done away with as so many try to say.

Jan McFarland:

I feel this book accurately explains those sections of Scripture that can be confusing or appear that Paul is teaching that the ‘law’ is done away with. It puts those hard to be understood passages of Paul into context. “Not Under the Law” helped with my own understanding and also gives me concise answers for friends who are coming into Torah. All those, “What about this verse…” questions are easy to answer now because of this book. Paul did not preach or teach lawlessness. He did not and would not contradict the Word and this book shows why. It is a good reference to share with others!

Law and Grace – by Richard Rives

The Spirit of Grace ……Hebrews 10:29
The Righteousness of the Law ……Romans 2:26
Saved by Grace – Go and sin no more

INTRODUCTION

While it is true that legal matters can become very confusing, it must be remembered that Gods laws are plain and simple. They can be written in one paragraph, memorized by the smallest child and as the Bible states, are not grievous.

In an age when many turn the grace of God into lasciviousness, there are those, professing themselves to be wise, who attempt to persuade that the laws of God are now void and of no value. Such persuasion can be described in no better way than what the Bible calls “vain deceit.”

Jesus Christ, our Creator, the law giver, and our Savior said that until heaven and earth pass away, not even the slightest thing concerning the law will change. We are told that sin is the transgression of the law and that Christ died for the remission of sins. In fact, if any of the commandments could have been changed, sin could have been redefined, and He would not have had to die.

We are also given Biblical warning that through the sacrificial death of Christ – as payment for our sins – and through faith in his shed blood, we Continue reading “Law and Grace – by Richard Rives”

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