DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LAW OF GOD AND CEREMONIAL LAWS OUTLINED BELOW

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It is very important to know the difference of those law’s , one is eternal one is temporary :

Ten Commandments (Moral Law)
1. First spoken personally by God. Exodus 20:1, 22
2. Written by God’s finger. Exodus 31:18; 32:16
3. First written on stones. Exodus 31:18
4. Handed by God its writer to Moses. Exodus 31:18
5. Placed by Moses “inside the ark.” Deut 10:5
6. Deals with moral precepts. love and relationships with God and man. Exodus 20:3-17
7. Reveals sin. Romans 7:7
8. Breaking this law is “sin.” 1 John 3:4
9. We should “keep the whole law.” James 2:10
10. We “shall be judged” by this law. James 2:12
11. The Christian who keeps this law is “blessed in his deed.” James 1:25
12. “The perfect law of liberty.” James 1:25 2:12)
13. Paul said, “I delight in the law of God.” Romans 7:22 Romans 7:7
14. Established by faith in Christ. Romans 3:31
15. Jesus was to “magnify the law and make it honorable.” Isaiah 42:21
16. Eternal? Yes. Psalms 111:7-8; Matthew 5:18; Luke 16:17
17. Points out sin. 1 John 3:4; Romans 7:7
18. Obey Now? Yes. Matthew 5:19; Luke 16:17
19. Liberty? (freedom) Yes. James 2:12; James 1:25
20. Perfect? Yes. James 1:25; Psalms 19:7
21. Good? Yes. Romans 7:12

Ceremonial Law (temporary Jewish law)
1. Spoken first by Moses. Exodus 24:3
2. Written by Moses hand. 2 Chr 35:12; 33:8; Exodus 24:4; Deuteronomy 31:9
3. Written in a book. Exodus 24:3, 7; Deut 31:24
4. Handed by Moses its writer to Levites. Deuteronomy 31:25-26
5. Placed by the Levites “on the outside of the ark.” Deuteronomy 31:26,
6. Deals with ceremonial ritual matters. See parts of Exodus,Leviticus,Numbers, Deuteronomy
7. Prescribes offerings for sins. (See book of Leviticus)
8. No sin in breaking for now “abolished.” Ephesians 2:15 Where no law is, there is no transgression. Romans 4:15)
9. Apostles gave “no such commandment” to “keep the law.” Acts 15:24
10. We are NOT judged by it. Colossians 2:16
11. The Christian who keeps this law is not blessed. (See for example Galatians 5:1-6)
12. The Christian who keeps this law loses his liberty. Galatians 5:1, 3
13. Paul called this law a “yoke of bondage.” Galatians 5:1; Galatians 4:3, 9 (See Acts 15:10)
14. Abolished by Christ. Ephesians 2:15; Colossians 2:14
15. Blotted “out the handwriting of ordinances that was against us.” Colossians 2:14
16. Eternal? No, ended at the cross. Hebrews 7:12; Galatians 3:19; Colossians 2:14
17. Points to Christ. (added because of sin until Christ) Leviticus 4:27-31; Galatians 3:19
18. Obey Now? No. Ephesians 2:15; Col 2:14-17; Galatians 4:9-10
19. Liberty? No. It was bondage. Galatians 4:9; 5:1Note: Freedom and bondage are exact opposites.

20. Perfect? No. Hebrews 7:19
21. Good? No. Colossians 2:14; Galatians 4:9″


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