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2:15pm Arkadiy Zagrebelny 11/27/16
BIBLICAL LEADERSHIP Class 1b
Hi, this is Dr. Mike Strevel. I am so sorry I am just getting to look at this page that Dr. Smith set up when I was doing the classes. As for a comment on the promises given by God by the Covenant with Abraham and the Mosaic Law that was added 430 years later and given to Moses. The Declaration of Independance is the revival of the Covenant with Abraham.
The Mosaic Law is like our U.S. Constitution. Our constitution does not contain the promises, but in the Bill of Rights attached to the constitution, our founding fathers mentioned certain rights that are enumerated, the right to life, liberty, property, the right to assemble, the right to redress our grievences and so on. These rights are ENUMERATED, or listed in the constitution. There are other UNENUMERATED RIGHTS not mentioned that also exist. These are all the rights Given by God to Abraham and are specifically the PROMISES of GOD. Jesus is THE PROMISE, the promise of a savior, a healer, a redeemer and so on. All the promises are in him.
This point was made in class to help mainstream christianity to see the distinction between the way of the promises and the wrongs of the law. One is in the jurisdiction of promises as a subject matter, the other is in the jurisdiction of the wrongs under the law added 430 years later as mentioned in Galatians 4. It is this jurisdiction of promise that allowed you to recover the equity of the lot that was promised by God in Genesis 15: It may seem strange, but it did work. A great testamony to a living God and his promises. He provides a way.
Hope all is well with your family.
Tatyana Zelan said:
4:05pm Biblical Leadership
Gods promises given to Abraham did not change 430 yrs later for Moses.
Access to promises are not in the constitution