To keep or not to keep, that is the question?

Discussion in 'Doctrinal Discussions' started by Complete, Feb 24, 2016.

  1. Hello there, @Euphemia,

    We, post Acts 28 believers, who are no longer linked to Israel as a nation (the olive tree), whose dispensation is outlined in the epistles written from prison by the Apostle Paul, (Eph. Phil. Col, 1&2 Timothy and Titus) on the foundation of the epistle to the Romans, are not instructed to follow any ordinance which it within the capacity of the flesh to fulfill, for all is of the Spirit, and in spirit.

    As far as remembrance goes, what believer could forget the death and resurrection of their God and Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ?

    The disciples to whom the commandment was given, were enacting the feast of remembrance, incumbent upon them by law, as Jews. Our Lord instructed them to remember His, their Lord's, death till He come: which was a deliverance which excelled immeasurably that of the deliverance from Egypt; which they were remembering by partaking of the feast.

    In Christ Jesus
  2. We are called to remember. Baptism is a symbol where we remember Jesus' death, burial and resurrection. Communion is a memorial of Jesus' broken body and shed blood for us. It's not a hardship for the Christian to obey God in these things, nor is it honoring to Him to argue over whether we should or shouldn't do them.

    We, the Bride, will do them until He comes again.

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