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  1. Will have homework sent out to Live attendees and sent to 15k team (who couldn’t attend live)
  2. Will be hosted weeknights (tuesday – friday). Exact times will be emailed out to the 15k formula team (through the empower mailer and my team mailer)
  3. Will be covering high authority blogging as the main topic
  4. Seminar Style – will not wait for the slowest student, you will need to double time and catch up. I will NOT break down into your systems (as workshop style was voted down). This allows us to cover more ground.

The goal of the 15k Summer Seminar is to help every student get 1,000 unique visitors to their website (blog) in 30 days or less.

The 15k Summer Seminar will also have homework involved and also be conducted across multiple weeknights probably Tuesday - Fridays around 9-11pm EST


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Are we to obey all the commands that are in the Bible?

The Old Testament and the Testament of Christ

by Johnny Stringer

We are not supposed to obey every divine command that is found in the Bible. For example, God commanded Noah to build an ark, but we have no responsibility to obey that command. Why not? Simply because God was not talking to us when He issued the order. 

Certainly, we are obligated to obey all the commands He has give to us (Matthew 7:21). We must, therefore, discern which scriptural instructions are for us. 

Two Covenants

There are two prominent covenants (or testaments) in the Bible: The Old Testament, and The New Testament (the testament of Christ). One was given to us; the other was not. 

The Old

When you open your Bible, you immediately see that the first major part of the Bible is called the Old Testament. That portion of Scripture is called the Old Testament because it contains the covenant (or testament) that God made with Israel on Mt. Sinai shortly after the Israelites were delivered from Egyptian bondage.

This covenant was also called the Law of Moses because Moses was the mediator through whom it was given to the people. The heart of this covenant (or testament) was the Ten Commandments.

Here is the point we must understand: The Old Covenant was never given to anyone except the nation of Israel - the Jews. It was not given to all men. This fact is clearly taught in Exodus 34:27-28, where God, speaking to Moses, referred to the Ten Commandments as "a covenant with thee and with Israel."

When the Isrealites came to Mt. Sinai, where God gave them this law, God promised them that they would be His special people, a holy nation (Exodus 19:1-6). This was a part of His plan to send Christ the Savior into the world. He would come through this nation, and they would need to be prepared. The Law of Moses was a schoolmaster to lead them to Christ (Galations 3:24-25).

God did not want all men to descend into such spiritual depravity that they would know nothing of God and be unprepared for the Savior; hence, He separated the Jewish nation, gave them a law, and continued to work with them so that there would be a people prepared for the Savior. God's plan was that those from among this prepared nation who would receive the gospel would then carry it to people of all nations.

This brings us to our second point about the Law of Moses: Since it has a temporary purpose, it was a temporary law. Jeremiah, a prophet who lived while the Law was in effect, prophesied that it would be replaced by a new covenant (Jeremiah 31: 31-34).

The New

The inspired writer of Hebrews quotes Jeremiah's prophecy in Hebrews 8:6-12 and shows that it was fulfilled by Christ, Who is the "mediator of a better covenant." Then the writer of Hebrews refers to Christ as "the mediator of the new testament" (Hebrews 9:15). The second major part of the ible is called the New Testament, because it contains the testament given by Christ.

Which Are We Under?

It is the testament of Christ that we are subject to, not the Law of Moses. With the coming of the testament of Christ, the Jews ceased to be under the Law of Moses. In Galatias 3:24-25, after saying that the Law was their schoolmaster, Paul said, "We are no longer under a schoolmaster." As Hebrews 7:12 affirms, there has been a change of law. 

Rather than being subject to the Law of Moses, all men are subject to Christ. We must submit to His teaching. God has spoken to many people through the ages - to Adam, to Noah, and to others. He spoke to the old nation of Israel through the Law of Moses. 

But the Bible makes it clear that "God... hath in these last days spoken unto us by his son" (Hebrews 1:1-2), not by Moses. Hence, John warns that we must abide in the teaching of Christ (2 John 9).

It is Christ Who now rules as King over all (Ephesians 2:0-22, 1 Peter 3:22, Philippians 2:9-11). It is therefore His law to which we must submit. 

What This Means

Since we are not under the Law of Moses today, we are not required to obey many of the commands that were given to the Jews who were under that law. They were given commands to burn incense, offer animal sacrifices, and rest on Saturday. But when God gave those commands, He was not talking to us - any more than He was talking to us when He told Noah to build the ark. 

Nevertheless, we must abstain from some of the things the Law of Moses condemned. These things include murder, stealing, adultery, covetousness, and other sins. We abstain from these things, however, not because they were condemned in the Law of Moses, but because they are condemned in the Law of Christ. We abstain from them not because God told the Israelites not to do them, but because He tells us not to do them in the law He has given us through Christ. 

Need To Study Old Testament

Even toughwe are not under the Law of Moses, we do need to study the Old Testament Scriptrues. Many principles are taught there that we need to know. 

For example, through studying the Old Testament we can learn about God. His nature does not change; hence, what we learn in the Old Testament about His nature and character is still true. From the Old Testament we can learn of such things as His power, His love, His hatred of sin, His willingness to punish the wicked, and His expectation that men obey Him. 

Furthermore, it si only through some knowledge of the Old Testament that we can understand a number of passages in the New Testament. Try to understand, for example, what is meant by the assertion that Christ is our passover (1 Corinthians 5:7) without some knowledge of the Old Testament Passover. 

Moreover, it is through studying the Old Testament that we can see how God was working in history toward the ultimate goal of our salvation in Christ.

Finally, we can learn of the lives of great men and women who manifested traits of character that we should develop. Their examples help us. 

The Teaching of Christ

Inasmuch as we are subject to the teaching of Christ (2 John 9), it is necessary to know just what constitutes His teaching. Some may think that it includes only the things He personally spoke when He walked this earth - just what is in the "red-letter" editions of the Bible. This is not so. 

Jesus sent out His apostles (in what is called the Great Commissions) to carry His teachings to the world (Matthew 28: 18-20). Moreover, He promised them the Holy Spirit to guilde them so that they could teach the Lord's message without any mistakes (John 14:26, 16:13).

Also, there were New Testament prophets who were guided by the Spirit so that they could speak the teachings of Christ without error (Ephesians 3:3-5). In New Testament scripture, we have the words written by the Spirit-guided apostles and prophets. 

When we read the words written by the New Testaments apostles and prophets, therefore, we are reading the teachings of Christ. There words were not their own. As Paul said, they spoke "not in the words which man's wisdom teachesth, but which the hold Ghost teachest" (I Corinthians 2:13)

Some New Testament Teaching Regarding What To Do To Be Saved:

Mark 16:16 - "He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned."

Acts 2:38 - "Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every on of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall received the gift of the Holy Ghost."

Acts 22:16 - "And now why tarriest thou? arise, and be baptized, and wash away thy sins, calling on the name of the Lord."

Galatians 3:27 - "For as many of you as have been baptized  into Christ have put on Christ."

Romans 6:3-4 - "Know ye not, that so many of us as were baptized into Jesus Christ were baptized into his death? Therefore we are buried with him by baptism into death: that like as Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in the newness of life."

Hebrews 5:9 - "And being made perfect, he became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey him." 

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Alecia Stringer




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