Morning Morsels 132: The Law Kept Forever

The law of Yah is ancient and timeless, and it is to be kept as long as exists.

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Shalom, and happy morning to you. All throughout the Scriptures, Yah’s perfect law is emphasized and highlighted. This speaks to the vast importance of the body of commandments, statutes, ordinances, and judgments. They are not only necessary to life, but in and of themselves the laws are prophetic and most applicable in their spiritual counterpart. The law declares Yah’s mind and character to all who are familiar with it. And in the law, we see Yah’s plan of redemption; how he intends to bring man back from the brink of destruction and return us to a place of spiritual prominence.

What is to be understood is that the law is the very basis for his eternal government. Without it, there can be no order, no justice, no peace, and certainly no joy. And the lives of the lawless lack all of these things. Many are sadly mistaken to think that the law can be voided, or ignored, or dismissed as fulfilled by HaMashiach with the obligation to keep it removed from us through grace. This is not what Scripture teaches us. No, the law is ancient, and in fact timeless. It is as ancient and timeless as Yah himself, and it is to be kept for as long as he will exist. And the last time I checked, Yah will exist for all eternity. So, we would be wise to join David in saying:

44 I will keep your law continually, forever and ever. . . .

—Psalm 119:44

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