The truth about Romans 6:14

The Truth About Romans 6:14

What does it mean to live under grace and not under the law?

What Does the Book of Galatians Teach About the New Covenant?

Did Christ nail the law of God to the cross?

Colossians 2:14 is one of the most familiar scriptures quoted by Christians who believe that we are free from observing God’s laws. They claim that since God’s laws were already nailed to the cross, we now have the freedom to do whatever we want as long as we believe in God. However, did Paul really…

Jesus as the High Priest of the New Covenant

Jesus Christ: The High Priest of the New Covenant

One of the biggest changes in the New Covenant is the change in the office of the High Priest. This change has been thoroughly explained in the book of Hebrews. The problem with so many Christians today is that they equate the change in the priesthood as the change of the law of God. They…

The Ten Commandments and Love: What is Their Relationship

A lot of Christians today dismiss the Ten Commandments and say they are part of the Old Covenant. They argue that for Christians under the New Covenant, all we need is love. But the crucial question that we all need to ask is, “How do you love God and others?” Are we supposed to simply follow…

Can you find the Ten Commandments in the New Testament?

One of the most common teachings in various Christian churches today is that the Ten Commandments are not applicable anymore for us. They would argue that we are now part of the New Covenant and the Ten Commandments are only found in the Old Testament. However, is this argument and belief accurate? Is it true that we…

But you shall receive POWER when the Holy Spirit has come upon you

What are the roles of the Holy Spirit?

The Holy Spirit is a gift from God that we receive after repentance, baptism, and laying on of hands (Acts 2:38; 8:17). While most people have heard about the Holy Spirit, only a few really know its role in our lives. Understanding how the Holy Spirit works will help us appreciate the love of God and His plan of…

Is it legalism to keep God’s law?

There’s no doubt: Christians should avoid legalism. However, there have been a lot of misconceptions about legalism. Most people have the wrong idea of what legalism is and what it is not. As a result, those who properly keep the laws of God are accused of legalism. For this reason, let us take a look at…

Did James and Paul Contradict about faith and works?

Martin Luther, the man who was mainly known as the catalyst of Protestant Reformation in the 1500s, called the Epistle of James the Epistle of Straw. Because he found it hard to reconcile the teaching of Paul and James, he deemed that James’ writing was inferior to the writings of Paul. A lot of Christians share…

Justification and Righteousness: What is the difference?

The words “justification” and “righteousness” may sound almost the same when used in the Biblical context. The general understanding of most Christians is that when you are justified you are righteous and when you are righteous, you are justified.  However, when we study these two words, there’s a crucial difference that we need to understand.…