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Explain?
« on: March 26, 2006, 05:18:07 PM »


Ray, would you please explaine to me the law of mistakes and the law of perfection that you mention in one of your papers?
 
Thanks,
Alan


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To simplify theological words and terms, I sometimes present them with vanacular words and common terms.  Hence to make "the law of sin and death" more understandalbe in every day life, I called it "the law of mistakes"--sin is defined as a mistake or to miss a mark. And the "law of the Spirit of LIfe" I called "the law of perfection." (See Rom. 8:2). When God calls us out of Babylon, He frees us from the law of sin and death by teaching us the truth and by enabling us to obey these truths. We make less  MISTAKES, and we progress toward PERFECTION--"The High Calling in Christ Jesus" (Phil. 3:13).

God be with you,
Ray

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Falconn003

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Explain?
« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2006, 05:24:05 PM »

In my spiritual growth i have come across many , many who have a hard time understanding this concept of the less and less mistakes you make, the closer to perfection God brings us too.

seems by many  definition " mistake " and " sin " are very hard to understand in and of themselves.

Rodger
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