The Two Houses
... Our Lord closes the so-called Sermon on the Mount, which is really the King's
proclamation of the law of His Kingdom, with three pairs of contrasts, all meant ...
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... sooner were Cain and Abel born into this world, and no sooner had they attained
to manhood, than God gave a practical proclamation of this law, that "without ...
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Of the Law and a Christian
... the trumpet; but when he gave it the second time, it was with a proclamation of
his ... From all which I gather, that, though as to the matter of the law, both as ...
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The New Testament Has Added to the Revelation in History a Second ...
... New Testament has added to the Revelation in history a second written proclamation
of this ... No longer was it a question of Moses, but of the Law; no longer of ...
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The Use of Fear in Religion.
... and so much more searching is the reach of the statute, in the last of the two forms
of its statement, that it looks almost like a new proclamation of law. ...
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The Impotence of the Law.
... and for sinners." Were man, like the angels on high, sweetly obedient to the Divine
will, there would be no arming of law with terror, no proclamation of ten ...
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Of the Trinity and a Christian, and of the Law and a Christian.
... But when he gave it the second time, it was with a proclamation of his name to be ...
4. From all which I gather, that, though as to the matter of the law, both as ...
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... and have them in your houses, and have the preachers of them in all your streets;
and therefore when you sin, you sin with the proclamation of the law upon the ...
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"For the Law of the Spirit of Life in Christ Jesus Hath Made Me ...
... would a believing soul, in which there is any measure of this new law and divine ...
They take it up thus, as if it were nothing but a proclamation of freedom from ...
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Sin and Forgiveness
... Theophany to the senses, the true revelation lay in the proclamation of the ... remarkable
that the very system which was emphatically one of law and retribution ...
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Condensed Biblical CyclopediaProclamation of the Law
- It was (2083) two thousand and eighty-three years from the creation of Adam to the death of Terah or Abram's entrance into Canaan (Genesis 5:3-32; Genesis 7:6; Genesis 11:10-32; Genesis 12:1-4; Acts 7:1-4),
- and it was (430) four hundred and thirty years from these events to the exodus (Exodus 12:40,41; Galatians 3:17).
- It was (50) fifty days from the exodus to to proclamation of the law (Exodus 12:37; Exodus 16:1,2; Exodus 19:1-25; Exodus 20:1-17; Numbers 33:3).
- The Ten Commandments. These commandments were proclaimed by the Lord, in person, from Mount Sinai (Exodus 19:1-25; Exodus 20:1-17; Hebrews 12:18-20). They,
- required strict submission to the one true and living God;
- prohibited idolatry in all forms;
- prohibited the taking of the name of the Lord in vain;
- required the keeping of the Sabbath;
- required the people to honor their parents;
- prohibited murder;
- prohibited adultery;
- prohibited stealing;
- prohibited the bearing of false witness;
- and prohibited covetousness (Exodus 20:1-17).
These commandments were subsequently given to Moses on tables of stone In order that he might teach them to the people (Exodus 24:12), and preserve them (Exodus 31:18). These tables were deposited in the ark of the Lord for safekeeping (Deuteronomy 10:1-5; Hebrews 9:4). These commandments were called
- "the words of the covenant," because they constituted the basis of the covenant between the Lord and his people (Exodus 20:1-17; Exodus 34:28);
- "the testimony," because they constantly testified to the fact that the Lord had spoken to them (Exodus 20:1-17; Exodus 25:16);
- "the tables of the covenant," because the words of the covenant were written upon them by the finger of God (Exodus 31:18; Exodus 32:15,16; Deuteronomy 9:7-11).
- Laws Given Previously. The law proclaimed by Jehovah from Mount Sinai was the first law that was ever given for a whole nation. Laws had previously been given to individuals only:
- the law prohibiting the use of the fruit of the three of life (Genesis 2:16,17);
- the law of marriage (Genesis 2:24);
- the law of sacrifice (Genesis 4:1-7; Hebrews 11:4);
- the law against eating blood, and murder (Genesis 9:4-6);
- and the law of circumcision (Genesis 17:1-14).
Two reasons are given for the keeping of the sabbath day:
- the resting of the Lord on the seventh day;
- the deliverance of the Hebrews from bondage (Exodus 20:8-11; Deuteronomy 5:12-15).
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