The Bible tells us that we are free from the legal curse. In Galatians chapter 3, it calls the law of our “school teacher” and tells us that it is necessary to bring us to Christ, but after our faith is no longer under a school child.
Does this mean we are released from the law?
Many tried to take a simple faith message to Jesus to bring them back to the ties of compliance with the law for salvation. The Apostle Paul explained that those who worked were under the curse because no one was justified by the law.
But what is the purpose of the law?
It was added because violations until Christ appeared. The law sets standards to show us that we fail and need savior. It seems that we are released from the law. So, are we not tied to the rules?
The law is not given that we might obey all points. It is to show us that we practice untruth. We are not saved according to law, both in compliance or disobedience. We are saved as the faith of Jesus Christ, so there is no need for law to build the truth.
Law in our conscience
Instead, we were created with the law written in our hearts, and conscience also brought testimony (Romans 2:15). But because of our own crimes, that the law written in our hearts has been conditioned to blame other circumstances when we have made spiritual truths.
The Old Testament is God’s history lesson that trains people to understand His will and understand the heart of the evil people of their created people. So it is a travel record taken by the people chosen by God in understanding their hearts that violate the law and why the safety needs. Through Jews, God made an example for the whole world of non-Jewish too.
The law is to provide discipline and re-practice the liver to comply with the law written in it. God’s moral law is who he and it was implanted in our hearts during creation to look for it.
Think about it in terms of relations of parents / children. Growing when our teenagers are scolded by our parents to comply with certain rules. Some rules we think don’t make sense. But our parents know what is best and needed to develop discipline and principles in our hearts.
Our parents never expect to follow us the rest of our lives to remind us of the rules. They will most likely not interfere with our wedding life and come to send us to our room. When we are mature and independent, we are no longer under their law. But the principles of their regulations have been implanted in our hearts because they make sense to follow even as adults.
The history of the Hebrews and Jews is to provide examples of teenagers. God teaches through its subsidiary, the laws needed to take them to the future of Christ’s knowledge. After Christ, it is evident about what the law standing and the law is no longer needed, at least in the same sense.
Now we have Christ, the law written in our hearts is stirred and understood in principle. We don’t think hope to be right towards God, but we obey gratitude to His grace response. The amnesty we receive because it is not properly returned due to maturity in spirit and lives a pure life when the Holy Spirit sanctifies us.
All legitimate things
Paul tells Corinthians, “All things are legitimate things for me, but not all things are useful; all things are halal for me, but not all things confirm” (1 Corinthians 10:23). We must make a responsible choice from what concentrates us, not what is released from the law. All things may be legitimate for us and many things might be justified in a number of things, but we must be careful about what we put in our minds, what we let see by our eyes, what we leave in our hearts, what is our lips occur. Maybe it still deters us.