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Matthew 5:17-20

5.17 Mē nomisēte hoti ēthlon katalusai ton nomon hē tous prophētas; ouk ēthlon katalusai alla plērōsai. 5.18 amēn gar legō humin, heōs an parelthēi ho ouranos kai hē gē, iōta hen hē mia keraia ou mē parelthēi apo tou nomou, … Continue reading

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Matthew 5:13-16

I finally got to this passage last night, and am just now getting to write about it. Salt. Light. Cities. Hills. Jesus speaks in concrete ways about spiritual truth. He uses very real and recognizable items to paint a picture … Continue reading

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A Christian’s Relationship To Old Testament Law

Many Christians have struggled trying to understand their relationship to “the law”. There are some common misunderstandings on both sides of the spectrum. There are Christians who believe that the entire law is binding on believers. Many Christians would say … Continue reading

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