Do you want the blessings or the curses? We can now begin rightly dividing the Torah (2 Timothy 2:15) into that which is Covenant and that which is Law, that which is of Faith and that which is of Works, that which is Carnal and that which is Spirit, from Bereshith/Genesis to Gilyana/Revelation with the consistency of the Melchizedek!

Mystery of the Melchizedek - Part 7

by Matthew Nolan | Mystery of the Melchizedek

Mystery of the Melchizedek – Part 7

Conclusion of the Book of the Covenant & the Book of the Law

The Book of the Covenant – contained “Covenanted Law”, with its Proposal, Agreement and Ratification of Exodus 19:5 – 24:8. There’s no later additions or subtractions (Galatians 3:15).
We’re to keep royal law which is those things connected to the Covenant by virtue of the 5th Commandment (shabbat-the connecting rod) being directly stated ‘My’. ‘My’ Sign, ‘My’ Sabbaths, ‘My’ Feasts, ‘My’ Statutes, ‘My’ Judgments, ‘My’ Laws, ‘My’ Precepts, ‘My’ Voice, ‘My’ Oath, ‘My’ Charge, ‘My’ People.

  • The Levitical BoL – contained “Added ‘prescriptive’ (maintenancing) Law”. First announced at Exodus 24:12, first Coined “Book of the Law” at Deuteronomy 29:21, which included several subsequent ‘Multi-Additions’ but none contained the “My” “My voice.”
  • The BoC was ‘Agreed’ upon and ‘Ratified’ which means it’s a ‘a ratified agreement’ – (Exodus 19:8, Exodus 24:3).
  • The BoL was ‘Added’ because of Transgression (Galatians 3:10, 19) and as such was ‘Imposed’ – (Hebrews 9:10) ‘Agreement’ irrevocably will never equal … and … is in fact the direct opposite of … ‘Imposed’!
  • The BoC was the Promised Inheritance (Galatians 3:18) through “the seed” (Galatians 3:19), [To “whosoever will” Luke 9:23]
  • This ‘added’ law spoken of in Exodus 24:12 is what brought the destined BoL subsequently containing “the curses of the Covenant” (Deuteronomy 29:21 that are not stated in the Exodus 19:5-24:8 BoC ). It was initially evoked in Exodus 32 marking the first breaking (Transgression Galatians 3:19) of the Covenant less than 40 days after its ‘Agreed- Ratification.
  • The ‘Set-Apart (Sanctification)’ of Cov will never equal … and … in fact is the direct opposite of ‘Transgression’ BoL related issues.
  • The BoC is one of 3 specifically connected “Abraham” designated “… covenants of promise ” (Ephesians 2:12), that is ‘Set-Apart’ (‘Holy’ – Romans 7:12), that is ‘Spiritual’ (Romans 7:14, James 2:12), that YHWH designates as “My“.
  • The BoL contained the ‘enmity law’, ‘contained in ordinances’ (Ephesians 2:15); which also included the Hebrews 7:16 ‘carnal commandments’ and the Hebrews 9:10 ‘carnal ordinances’ that were ‘imposed’ as opposed to the ‘agreed promise’ of Ephesians 2:12 cov’s of promise
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