The Law of God

Throughout much of Christian history, there has been much confusion and misunderstanding as to what constitutes the law of God and whether or not any or all of it applies to Christians today. This study gives some unique insights into God's eternal purpose for humanity through the goodness and love of his law. This study also shows how the first humans came under the authority of the law, how the law applies to Christians today, how it will apply to humanity after the return of Christ, and how to have a closer walk with God in a more dynamic and spiritual way through obedience to his law.

The Book of Genesis contains the record of humanity's beginning. Genesis contains the foundation and basis of all subsequent biblical revelation concerning the salvation of humanity and the law of God. This study shows what really occurred when Adam and Eve ate the fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, and how this one act of rebellion made all humanity subject to the law of God and the death penalty for the violation of this law.


Most people who study the Bible believe that the Law of Moses consists of the Ten Commandments and the law of the sacrificial system. Moreover, they believe that this law was canceled when Jesus Christ was crucified. This study explains what the Law of Moses is and it answers the question concerning whether or not this law is binding on the elect of God today.


Galatians 3:19 is often quoted to prove that the laws concerning sacrifices were not a part of the original law of God. This study shows that the sacrifices and the law that God gave to Moses are God's law and this law did not originate from Moses. Moreover, this study shows that the sacrificial law is not an added law, which the King James and several other modern versions of Galatians 3:19 seem to indicate.


Today, the world is filled with hatred, murder, violence, wars, lying, cheating, and sexual perversion, yet most professing Christians claim that they are not required to keep the Ten Commandments. Few professing Christians seem to realize that the problems of the world are the result of violating the foundational laws of God, which are meant to regulate human attitudes and behaviors. This study shows the logic behind the foundational laws of God and the benefits that come through their practice.


This study shows how to determine which of the laws that God gave to ancient Israel must still be observed today by the elect of God and how to analyze each law according to the guidelines given in Acts 15 and other scriptures.


This study is a detailed analysis of the edict given by the apostles and elders when they met in Jerusalem to consider certain questions concerning the law of Moses and the Gentile converts. This study gives answers to the many difficult questions concerning the practice of God's law by the elect of God today.


When God made the first agreement with national Israel at Mount Sinai, he required all the males to be circumcised as an outward sign of this agreement. The men who asked the question regarding circumcision in Acts 15 believed it was still necessary for all males (both Israelite and Gentile) to be circumcised in order to have an agreement with God. This study explains the doctrine of circumcision from the perspective of both the old and new agreements.


This is an analysis of Paul's trip to Jerusalem and his Nazarene vow. This study gives a clear picture of the apostles' and elders' views and practices concerning the existing temple worship system and justification under the old agreement with national Israel and under the new agreement that had been established by Jesus Christ.


For many years, the question of whether the dietary law mentioned in the books of Deuteronomy and Leviticus must be followed by the elect of God today. This study explores the reasons God gave these laws to ancient Israel and whether or not they should be practiced by the elect of God today.


This study presents some surprising information about the much misunderstood law of tithing and it shows how God views the practice of giving and sharing. This work explodes most popular theories about financial support for Christian organizations. This study is not an appeal for money. However, it is an opportunity for you to gain an understanding of principles which can enrich your personal relationship with other people, God the Father, and Jesus Christ.


Usury was one of the few laws given to ancient Israel that required the death penalty for its violation. God equates taking usury (interest) on something loaned as and abomination. On the surface the law of usury seems harsh and unfair. But is it? This study shows how this little known law provides tremendous physical and spiritual blessings for those who practice it.