Whitesburg KY


October 28, 2010

Can you honestly say with a pure heart, without telling just a little white lie, that your baptism in the Father, Son and Holy Ghost was taken from the law of faith? Or, do you even know that there is such a thing as a law of faith? Do you know where it is written, (For we walk by faith, and not by sight?) There are only two laws that God used to bring the people to Christ, do you know about these laws? Do you know that we lose one of those laws before the church was established at Jerusalem, by the word of the Lord that went forth from Jerusalem? When that law ceased, do you know that no law existed for the people from that time until the other law was given? Do you know how many days expired from the law that ceased, until the other law was made known to the people? Approximately fifty (50) days from the moment Jesus gave up the ghost on the cross, until the day God released the Holy Ghost which is the Spirit of God to set upon the twelve apostles at Jerusalem, Acts 2. Do you know what these laws were called? (The law of Moses, and the law of Christ.) Do you know that the house of Israel had no law for those fifty days? How many laws were present when the church was opened by the preaching of the gospel, and what was that law known as? Let Paul by the Spirit of God answer this for us. Romans 3:27-28, Where is boasting then? It is excluded. By what law? Of works? Nay, but by the law of faith. Therefore we conclude that a man is justified by faith without the deeds of the law. This is our law, and there is no other that will save you from your sins. If you were not redeemed by the law of faith, have you been redeemed at all? You might say, I was redeemed by the precious blood of Christ, and the Lord says; my blood established your faith time, it established the church on the day of Pentecost the moment the gospel was preached by Peter. When you accept the sacrifice God gave for the forgiveness of your sins, you will receive it in the faith time, by faith. So, where do we find this faith time that will save us from our sins today? At Jerusalem on the day of Pentecost as preached by the twelve apostles, Acts 2:14-47. If your baptism is not inspired of God in the faith time, by the preaching of the twelve that Jesus sent unto the world, John 13:20. By what law are you going to be judged that will let you pass the judgment seat of Christ into heaven? If there was no law after Jesus rose from the dead for the house of Israel, and you are under a baptism when there was no law from God present to the people, you tell me if I am wrong? If you are going to be judged of something without law, I will be judged by a law.

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