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The Law of Love

October 10, 2021 • Henry Lokay • Romans 3:27–31, Deuteronomy 6:4, Matthew 5:18

"The law is still of use to convince us of what is past, and to direct us for the future; though we cannot be saved by it as a covenant, yet we own it, and submit to it, as a rule in the hand of the Mediator, subordinate to the law of grace; and so are so far from overthrowing that we establish the law.” Let those consider this who deny the obligation of the moral law on believers. - Matthew Henry

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