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What do you think your faith is for? The faith we have been given is the faith of the Son of God. “I have been crucified with Christ,” the apostle Paul says, “It is no longer I who lives but the Christ life that lives in me. And the life I live, I live by the faith of the Son of God who loved me so much, he gave his life for me.” (Gal. 2:20)

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Look I Paul say that if you accept circumcision, Christ will be of no advantage to you. I testify again, if you want to be self-justified, if you want to take that approach, you are obligated to the whole law, the very thing Israel was delivered out of (Gal. 5:2).

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Paul is the paramount apostle to the Gentile community, author of almost two-thirds of the new covenant, he never knew Jesus in the flesh but had a profound resurrection experience with the Resurrection Himself, and Paul makes this statement…

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Paul (the apostle) is emphatic, absolutely emphatic!

He says, “I have determined not to know anything”… anything meaning everything that is not within this, “Christ and him crucified” (1 Cor. 2:2).

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The point I made about the fallen man Adam is that he is not longer in the day, he is in the night. I want you to get this imagery because it is very important.

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At the point Jesus gathered with his disciples before the cross, they (his disciples) were all men after another Adam. They had another covenant head, another representative head, and he was the first man Adam. They are all of that man’s ‘kind.’

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You know you are of the last Man (Jesus) and you have been taken out of Him. Your guarding and keeping is now not your responsibility but His, in a covenant made between the Father and the Son, not you. Your part was to believe into it and you were born out of it.

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For by grace you have been saved through faith (Eph. 2:8). By the unearned favour of God, you have been saved by your belief into that favour. Not because you earned it, but because God is love and He has measured it out to you. We have now moved into the fullness of the Person of God (Father) through His Son.

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Here we see in the Gospel, and the revelation through Paul’s letter, that there are two clear distinctions – two clear dispensations: a dispensation of Law and a dispensation of Grace. The Law appeared to Israel. Grace appeared to you and His name is Jesus. He appeared personally to you.

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The aim of our charge is love that issues form a pure heart and a good conscience and a sincere faith. 1 Tim 1:5

Paul breaks it all down: our aim is to walk in love. If we walk in love we fulfill every requirement, against which there is no law (Gal. 5:22-23).

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We have been raised and educated to believe that we get what we deserve; that you need to get fully qualified to receive what is appropriate to the qualification you have earned – and then the work you have performed in order to receive the reward. A new creation ( 2 Cor. 5:17) receives the reward because of Jesus. (Eph. 1:3)

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Ho! Everyone who thirsts, come to the waters. (Isaiah 55:1a)

Someone would in time say, “whoever drinks of the water I give him will never thirst. It will become in him a spring of living waters that wells up to eternal life.” Jesus said that (John 4:14).

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The prophet Hosea is such an interesting character to me. I don’t know if you know about him: let me give you a picture: His name actually means ‘salvation’ as it is derived from the same root Hebrew word for ‘Joshua’ and ‘Jesus.’

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