People who argue that only the sacrificial part of the Law is dealt away with, don’t realize that the sacrificial part of the Law was the source of forgiveness in the event the moral part of the Law is broken. As such the blood offered was to purchase your forgiveness when you break the moral Law. Hence if you argue, only the sacrificial is done away with, how on earth will you get the forgiveness?
The ceremonial Law was prescribe to the Jews so that by the sacrifices and the blood spilled you have your sins forgiven when you break the moral Law. If you removed the sacrifices, you are left with the moral Law. What do you when there is no more sacrifices to pay for sins committed under the 10?
You may argue: “Oh Jesus died to forgive us of all that.” Dear friend, so long as the…
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