Christ and the Law.
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“God’s love for humanity and His great desire to see all humanity saved” on Sabbath afternoon’s lesson is reflected in: Hymn 76, “O Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go” , Hymn 77, “O Love of God Most Full” , Hymn 78, “For God So Loved Us” and in Hymn 79, “O Love of God, How Strong and True!” . To this we need to add hymns of humanity being saved: Hymn 216, “When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder” , Hymn 336, “There Is a Fountain” and Hymn 180, “O Listen to Our Wondrous Story” . The recurring word in Sunday’s study is ‘righteousness’, hence: Hymn 177, “Jesus, Your Blood and Righteousness” . Hymn 109, “Marvelous Grace” of our Loving Lord enhances the thoughts of the study on Monday, and again on Tuesday .
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Read Romans 11:1-7 . What common teaching does this passage deny clearly and irrevocably? In the first part of his answer to the question, “Hath God cast away his people?” Paul points to a remnant, an election of grace, as proof that God has not cast away His people
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Read Romans 10:1-4 . Keeping in mind all that came before, what’s the message here? How could we, today, be in danger of seeking to establish our “own righteousness”? Legalism can come in many forms, some more subtle than others. Those who look to themselves, to their good deeds, to their diet, to how strictly they keep the Sabbath, to all the bad things they don’t do, or to the good things that they have achieved – even with the best of intentions – are falling into the trap of legalism
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