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Evolution of law

Posted by rayww on December 11, 2004, at 10:34:10

It didn't take long for earthlings to outwit God's definition of law. That is why we look at the spirit of the law and figure it out for ourselves. And actually, the Bible makes it more clear than some are comfortable with. In the beginning law was perfect and complete. It was earthlings who rejected and changed it. Some think it was the other way around, that we started out as apes and gradually progressed toward law, and that we are degenerating back toward being apes again. Wrong. If there is part of the human race that is degenerating is the part that for centuries has ignored the perfect law. For instance, if we obey the law of health it we will likely live longer. There is a law for morality and marriage. The saying, "if in doubt, leave it out" would likely apply here. There comes a time when one must face conscience and define personal values. It is no wonder there is mass confusion where law is concerned. There has to be a standard. God would not create the earth to let us flounder on our own. God so loved the world that He sent His only Begotten Son, that whoso believeth in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.

If God loved the world that much, there must be hope and purpose for each of us. If purpose could be reduced to a single most important reason for living, what would yours be?




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