By Charles F Baker
During this major paintings of 2 hundred plus pages, each New testomony e-book is taken into account. An emphasis on every one book's unique dispensational positive aspects is obviously, consisely recommend.
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If she does leave, she is to remain unmarried. Under the Mosaic permission, which Christ said was due to the hardness of heart of the people, a man could put away his wife if he found some indecency in her, and she was flee to marry another man, but she could never return to her former husband (Deuteronomy 24:1-4). Under the Law a woman could never divorce her husband. Under Christ' s earthly teaching divorce was permitted in case of fornication (not adultery). Divorce and remarriage for any other reason would result in the sin of adultery (Matthew 19:3-12).
There is a great deal concerning God' s counsels which is incomprehensible to us, and so Paul ends this section with the cry: O the depth of the riches of the wisdom and knowledge of God! how unsearchable are his judgments and his ways past finding out (11:33). Chapters twelve, thirteen, and fourteen are largely practical in nature and contain little if any dispensational truth. While chapter 15 is also practical, a word should be said about Paul 's quotations from the Old Testament in verses 9-12.
We were also raised up with Christ, and it is this new life on this side of the Cross which is under grace. Paul next exonerates the Law by showing that although the Law brought condemnation and death to mankind, the fault did not lie in the Law, but in the nature of indwelling sin. Even after one is saved and receives a new nature there is still the opposition of the sin nature which may bring defeat. Chapter 8 shows victory over the sin nature can come only through the operation of the law of the 32 Spirit of life in Christ Jesus.