The spirit of the Law has the foundation of the Letter, or the spirit could not Magnify God's Law and make it even more Honorable - like Jesus did. "Oh how I love Thy Law, it is my meditation all the day." "Great Peace have they who love Thy Law, and nothing shall offend them."
The Letter and the Spirit - DVD Set
- The Letter and the Spirit Part 1
- The Letter and the Spirit Part 2
This miniseries is a careful study of the complex passage in 2 Corinthians 3:4-18 which discusses the glory on Moses’ face that faded away. Does this mean, as many teach, that the New Covenant was to do away with the law of God? Also, why is Christ called “the end of the law for righteousness to those who believe” (Rom.10:4)?
Was the Old Covenant designed by God somehow “bad” and composed only of law while the New Covenant is “good” because it is all of grace, or is there something we can decipher in this passage which shows how both covenants include both aspects of God’s character?
Some of the questions answered are as follows: how do the glory of the sun and the moon illustrate the comparison between these two dispensations? Would the Ten Commandments and the sacrificial system have done us any good if Christ had not come? Why is the Old Covenant called a “ministration of death”? What distinguishes a legalist from a free person? What similarity in misinterpretation do most Jewish people, as well as the majority of Christians today, have in common that could be cleared up by understanding this subject properly? How can we come to the place where we are not afraid, unlike the people in Moses’ day were, to gaze at the glory of God in Christ?
Don’t miss this series, which is designed to help us to change our lives by what we behold, and to give us the tools in which to light the world with the glory of God.