New Testament Grace DOES NOT FIT into Old Testament Law

I tell you the truth, there is revelation is Genesis 3 and 4. Some things you just read and read and read, but sometimes, we must think when you read the bible. Right there in two chapters in Genesis, the true nature of God toward us is vividly written, demonstratively. Adam and Eve DID NOT get kicked out of the Garden of Eden BECAUSE THEY SINNED. HELLO? WORKS? They got kicked out so they wouldn’t eat of the tree of life and live forever in a fallen state. God was protecting them.

And God spoke to Cain and Abel face to face. That is how they knew that their offerings were accepted or not. And when Cain killed Abel, God did not kill Cain; he protected him. He spoke vengeance seven fold on anyone who tried to kill Cain. God didn’t leave Cain either. Cain left the presence of God on his own.

Right there in the 3rd and 4th chapters of the whole bible, God shows out BIG. GOD LOVES US. HE DOESN’T WISH HARM ON US. He wants to protect us, to love us, to give us all things. We, all through the bible, fight God. God doesn’t fight us. Yes, the law brought judgment, but the law was not God’s best.

Furthermore, the covenant that we have with God is between God and Jesus. We reap the benefits of the covenant because Jesus is OUR Mediator. Oh, my. What manner of love is this? Why can’t we realize that GOD WANTS US TO HAVE THE VERY BEST. AND, HE HAS GIVEN US HIS BEST IN CHRIST JESUS AND WE ARE IN CHRIST JESUS AND HE IS IN US AND WE ARE ONE WITH HIM.

This is the true nature of God: 1 John 4:7-8, “BELOVED, let us Love on another, for Love is of God, and everyone who loves is born of God and Knows God, BECAUSE GOD IS LOVE. He that does not love, does not know God, FOR GOD IS LOVE.” The nature of God is LOVE. “God’s true nature is mercy” and it is His grace, God’s grace that gives us eternal life in Christ Jesus.


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