Law and Grace

From John 1: “. . . the law was given through Moses, grace and truth became through Jesus Christ.”

From Galatians 2: “. . . no flesh at all shall be justified out of works of law.”

From Romans 3: “. . . through law, is recognition of sin.”

From Romans 5: “. . . law entered beside, that the offense may be increasing . . .”

From 1 Corinthians 15: “The lance of the death, is the sin. Yet the power of the sin, is the law.”

From Romans 7: “Is the law sin? May it not be. But I did not know sin, if not through law. For I had not perceived the desire, if the law had not said, “You shall not desire it.” Yet the sin, getting incentive through the precept, deluded me, and through it, killed me. So, the law is indeed holy, and the precept is holy and just and good. Did the good thing, then, become death to me? May it not be. But it was the sin, that it may be appearing as sin, producing death to me through the good thing, that through the precept, the sin may become a sinner down transcendence.”

From Galatians 2: “If righteousness is through law, Christ died gratuitously.”

From Galatians 3: “As many as are out of works of law, are under a curse, for it has been written that, “Accursed is every one who is not remaining in all the things having been written in the scrollet of the law, doing them . . . the law is not out of belief, but “the one doing them, shall be living in them” . . . if a law was given, it really being able to vivify, the righteousness would be out of law. But the writing locks the all together under sin, that the promise, out of belief of Jesus Christ, may be given to the ones believing.”

From Romans 3: “Yet now, apart from law, a righteousness of God has been manifested. It is testified by the law and the prophets, yet it is a righteousness of God, through belief of Jesus Christ, into all the ones believing. For there is no distinction. For all sinned, and are deficient of God’s glory, being justified gratuitously in his grace, through the deliverance in Christ Jesus . . .”

From Romans 5: “. . . where the sin increases, the grace abounds above it . . .”

From 2 Corinthians 6: “. . . that one died over all, consequently the all died . . .”

From Hebrews 2: “. . . tasting of death, over everyone.”

grace: literally joy, a favor or gift that produces joy

Whether a first death or a second death, where is your victory, death?

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