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Actually this is NOT the case. In the gospels Jesus …

Comment on What’s the Difference Between the Old Covenant & New Covenant in the Bible? by SAR.

Actually this is NOT the case. In the gospels Jesus states the words He spoke were not His own but the Father’s word. IOW it was not a NEW law but just going back to what God gave in the beginning.

Its not a higher standard just Jesus reminding them of things they were ignoring.

Sure the people did not murder but Jesus reminded them to not “hate your brother” in their heart – matter of fact Jesus was quoting the OT!

Leviticus 19:17
“Thou shalt not hate thy brother in thine heart: thou shalt in any wise rebuke thy neighbour, and not suffer sin upon him.”

The moral laws are still binding otherwise there would be NOT reference to expelling the immoral brother, that the lawless would be cast out & where Jesus stated that those who claimed to be believers but continued in lawlessness (disobeying as if there were not law given) would be told “DEPART FROM ME, I NEVER KNEW YOU!”.

Please rethink your comment because scripture is clear, we are to NOT continue in sin that grace may abound & that we are to establish the law in our lives.

IOW be obedient,

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