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Old 05-04-2008, 06:28 PM
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texusreceptusonly said,
In other words, we are not bound to keep every jot and tittle of the Law but the spirit of the law.
The spirit of the Law argument seems like it is a word play to provide an excuse not to obey the jots and tittles. I am saying we should obey and keep the jots and tittles of the Law spiritually. For example, if it is a law to keep the Sabbath, then spiritually we do keep every day as a holy day unto the Lord, etc. Various things of the Law are typological to Christ, and are kept spiritually by us who are of Christ. Moreover, there are prophecies from the Old Testament which are yet to be fulfilled. Therefore, there is no excuse concerning standing for the very jots and tittles of the Law.