The Biblical Moral Laws of God are the answer to the crime, lawlessness and immorality that are so prevalent today. These principles and precepts are not abolished for Christian believers, as Christ (Matt. 5:17-19) and the Apostle Paul (Rom. 3:31) made clear. Read these important books to see how Divine Law operates today. Click on the book pictures to bring up full information about each book.
Welcome! The moral teachings of the Bible are greatly in need in our society today; and yet so many Christians think that we are under absolutely no moral restraint under the New Covenant. There is a form of grace taught that is better described as “license.” How often do you hear even gospel ministers say that the law of God is abolished? The truth of the matter is that the Bible no where uses the word “abolished” for the laws of God. Romans chapter 3 closes in verse 31 with the Apostle Paul saying, “Do we then make void the law through faith? God forbid: yea, we establish the law.”
How do we as Christians establish the law? There are several excellent studies available on this subject from Bible Blessings Christian Resources at our website bibleblessings.net.
The first is a study booklet entitled, “Bible Laws On Righteous Judgment” by Dr. Stephen E. Jones. This is a 46 page study on the Ninth Commandment, “Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour.” (Exodus 20:16) What is Biblical judgment and justice all about, and what kind of Scriptural Christian legal system are we to posess in our land? The author deals with that subject in a concise way giving Scriptural support.
Next is a book of 248 pages titled, “Digest Of The Divine Law” by Dr. Howard B. Rand, a longtime member of the Maine and Massachusetts Bar Associations, and a prolific writer and scholar.
The author tells us that this is a book "that will clearly inform you about the Divine Laws, the Law of the Lord, the Commandments, Statutes and Judgments whose scope covers every phase of human conduct and all national requirements of governmental administration. While the Ten Commandments are universally accepted as the highest moral code, there are other God-given laws which define true standards of wealth, monetary regulations, taxation, interest, debt and all other aspects of the moral, social and economic life of the individual, family and nation. We are bound by these laws just as surely as we are bound by the Ten Commandments."
Subtitled, “Man's Free Will Compared to God's Sovereignty.” Written by Dr. Stephen E. Jones, its chapter headings are:
Chapter 1: Free-Will and God's Sovereignty,
Chapter 2: Ownership and Liability.
We read in Luke 24:27, “And beginning at Moses and all the prophets, he expounded unto them in all the scriptures the things concerning himself.”
It is a significant and revealing truth that everything in the New Testament was prefigured in the Old Testament. It is also true that we cannot fully understand the teachings of the New Testament without the background which the Old Testament and Laws of God provide. That fact applies to the Second Coming of Christ and events at the end of this age.
There is a separate more detailed write-up on each of these books on the Bible Blessings site, by clicking on each of the book covers, and a separate video discussion has been posted on each item as well. We hope that you will avail yourself of these excellent resources! May God bless your study of this important subject of moral law!