Feb 2, 2019

LAW within LAW

The phrase “Dead to the Law” is used twice The phrase “Dead to the Law” is used twice in the New Testament. Careful examination of the Greek text Will help correct errors within translations. The intended meaning of words Will be defined by the original language within sentence structure and related context. Doctrinal statements must be constructed from a coherent review of related scriptures that unite the old and New Testament. 
Matthew 5:17; 18; 19; 20; Acts 2:32-33; 34-35; 36-37; 38; 21:20;; 21; 22-23; 24; 
Acts 22:1-2 NASB; Acts 22:3; 24:14; 15-16; 5:29-30; 31-32;  
Heb 2:1-2; 3-4; Both Messiah Yeshua and the apostle Paul taught from the unchanging word of Yehawah within the law and prophets. Logic also dictates that the Covenant Law of Yehawah does not die.