Christ Is the End of the Law (Season 4, Episode 6)

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Christ Is the End of the Law (Season 4, Episode 6)

Despite the fact that the Jews – in large part – rejected the gospel, Paul’s prayer was that they might be saved (Romans 10:1). But in order to be saved, they needed to understand Christ and His relationship to the Law of Moses. “For Christ is the end of the law for righteousness to everyone who believes” (Romans 10:4). Jesus came for the purpose of being “the end of the law.” What does this mean? Many of the Jews did not understand this and, as a result, were not saved through the gospel. In this episode, we will notice what it means for Christ to be “the end of the law.

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  1. Jan Patterson says

    How on earth could you Possibly talk about “Jesus is the end of the law” when you espouse nothing But “the law”?? The “sinner’s prayer” ? REQUIRED baptism for salvation?? REALLY?? NO instruments in worship, only singing?? It is unbelievable to me that you can’t SEE it, for yourselves! Look up the scripture where it says “Woe be it to the teachers.” Please.

  2. Jan, you’ve misunderstood the point of that passage. The Law of Moses pointed to Christ (Galatians 3:24) and has since been taken out of the way (Colossians 2:14). That is why Christ is the “end of the law” (Romans 10:4). Therefore, we cannot go to the Old Testament for authority for our practices (i.e. instrumental music in worship – 2 Chronicles 29:25-27).

    However, the Scriptures are clear that we are to obey the law of Christ. Jesus is “to all those who obey Him the source of eternal salvation” (Hebrews 5:9). And yes, that includes Jesus’ command to be baptized: “He who has believed and has been baptized shall be saved” (Mark 16:16). This is why the apostle Peter said, “Baptism now saves you” (1 Peter 3:21).

    Your argument against baptism and obedience is not with me, it’s with Jesus and His apostles. I’m simply trying to show what they taught.

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