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Church Buildings are not teaching this function of the law

What Is the Function of the Law? < By Grace Ambassadors The function of the law has always been for the knowledge of sin.  Romans 3:19-20  says: “Now we know that what things soever the law saith, it saith to them who are under the law: that every mouth may be stopped, and all the world may become guilty before God. Therefore by the deeds of the law there shall no flesh be justified in his sight: for by the law is the knowledge of sin.” –  Romans 3:19-20 For those who have no knowledge of their sinful nature or the consequences of their sin, the law is the proper tool to show their depraved condition. Paul says in  1 Timothy 1:8  that ‘we know that the law is good, if a man use it lawfully’. In the dispensation of grace we must be careful to use the law lawfully, and not contrary to its purpose. Moses spoke of the law: “For it is not a vain thing for you; because it is your life:

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Israel stands alone, once again, the US turns its back

If this article in link below doesn't wake you up, nothing else will before it's too late. Of course ultimately God has all in control and this action as well as all human endeavors are under the ultimate final plan of God. I've never advocated invading Syria or Iraq when I realized we were duped about the WMD. However, a presence to block, thwart, chess move by the US against the unholy trinity of the Iranian, Russian and Turkish presence is needed to back up Israel.  Obviously this is not going to happen. Please don't be misled into believing Trump and the Elite care about Israel.  But know this.  God does care about his elect of Israel.

I do not go to church: from a blood bought, born again Christian with over 50 years of going to church

QUOTE: Ecclesiology,” says University of Basel professor, Karl Ludwig Schmidt, “is simply Christology.” He argues that all sociological attempts to explain the church are futile because the church can only be explained by its link to the person and work of Christ. The church is the body of Christ (sw'ma Christou), and Christ is the head (kefalhv) of the body (Eph. 5:23; Col. 1:18; cf. 1 Cor.12:12–13, 27). These metaphors stress the unity of Christ and His people, and the term head specifically stresses that He is leader or ruler over the church. He exercises a position of power and authority over His people. The early church witnessed the headship of Christ by recognizing no individual man as the head of the church. Leadership was always invested in a plurality of leaders (first apostles and soon elders). This Was true of the universal church and of the local church, which is a replica or a miniature of the universal church.  The primacy of Scripture in its teaching that Christ is