We are no longer under the law of Moses. We are no longer bound to remember, rest, or worship on the Sabbath day. The 10 commandments, (the covenant) is no longer in force. Jesus redeemed us from the curse of the law, and nailed it to the cross. Those who desire to be under the law are bound to keep the whole law, and failure to do so makes them guilty of all of it. If righteousness came by the law, then Christ died in vain. Those who justify themselves by the Law of Moses have fallen from grace, for Christ is the end of the law.
Today, we are under the perfect law of liberty, the law of Christ. Christ’s law states we must preach the Word of God in season, and out of season. We must speak only what the bible speaks, and be silent where the bible is silent. We must worship on Sunday, and attend the church Christ built, the church of Christ.We must remember the Lord’s death each first day of the week. We must sing, and make music in the heart to the Lord, and not with instruments. We must sing, and pray with the Spirit, and understanding. We must obey the gospel of Christ, and remain faithful until death. If there be any other that the law of Christ contains, it is fulfilled with this: That we love one another as Christ also loved us. If we believe in the Man, we must also obey His plan, the man Christ Jesus.
Amos 8:5,9; Heb 4:3-11; Ex 34:28; Heb 8:6-13; Lk 16:16; Rom 7:1-6; 2 Cor 3; Gal 3:24,25; Eph 2:15,16; Col 2:14; Rom 3:19,20,28; Rom 6:14,15; Rom 10:4; Gal 3:10,13; Jam 2:10; Gal 2:21; Gal 5:4; Jam 1:25; Gal 6:2; 2 Tim 4:2-5; 1 Pet 4:11; Acts 20:7; Mt 16:18; Rom 16:16; Heb 10:25; 1 Col 11:24-26; Eph 5:19; 2 Thess 1:7-9; 2 Jn 9; Jn 13:34; Lk 6:46